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Doctor Strange #4 Review: A Good Story Needlessly Complicated

Doctor Strange #4 Review: A Good Story Needlessly Complicated

Strange and Kanna sprung Eoffren, and the Majesdane are now trying to kill them.[caption id="attachment_902007" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Doctor Strange #4 cover by Jesus Saiz[/caption]Doctor Strange #4 has a straightforward plot, as you could glean from that plot summation Strange and Kanna staged a prison break, and now the jailers are after them[...]

Doctor Strange #3 Review: Surprisingly Deep Skrull Analysis

Doctor Strange #3 Review: Surprisingly Deep Skrull Analysis

It is here that Stephen and Kanna find an old Avengers foe and an immensely powerful item.[caption id="attachment_879820" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Doctor Strange #3 cover by Jesus Saiz[/caption]We’re tying into a wider story already with #3 of this series, but the book can make it feel organic to its credit Stephen and Kanna stumble across the[...]

Doctor Strange #2 Review: Brisk Pacing and Gorgeous Art

Doctor Strange #2 Review: Brisk Pacing and Gorgeous Art

Can she help Stephen access magic again?[caption id="attachment_871983" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Doctor Strange #2 cover by Jesus Saiz[/caption]Doctor Strange under Mark Waid and Jesus Saiz is already showing a pacing and expertise which few other comics have matched in the past This chapter in the story—that is Stephen being trapped on this alien world—already reaches a[...]

Doctor Strange #1 Review: Both Familiar and Fresh

Doctor Strange #1 Review: Both Familiar and Fresh

It is gone completely before long, and he must either face life without magic or find a means of remedying this problem.[caption id="attachment_859286" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Doctor Strange #1 cover by Jesus Saiz[/caption]To get this one out of the way, yes, it seems like every Doctor Strange story since Jason Aaron and Chris Bachalo’s All-New, All-Different Marvel,[...]


Marvel Legacy Avengers #672 Review: It Just Doesnt Hold Together

Marvel Legacy Avengers #672 Review: It Just Doesn't Hold Together

[rwp-review-recap id="0"][caption id="attachment_728779" align="aligncenter" width="590"] Avengers #672 cover by Alex Ross[/caption]The relationship between the Avengers and the Champions remains strained as the two reunite in the stopping of a massive meteor from colliding with the Earth.All of this happens while space explorations attempt to locate the exact position of High Evolutionary’s Counter-Earth on the other[...]

Avengers And Champions Worlds Collide In The Second Crossover Of Marvel Legacy

Avengers And Champions Worlds Collide In The Second Crossover Of Marvel Legacy

It's independent Avengers meets relationship Champions in Marvel Legacy's next crossover from Mark Waid, Jesus Saiz, and Humberto Ramos!Traditional comic book wisdom dictates that one runs crossover events to boost sales after they've started to lag since the last line-wide rebranding, relaunch, or reboot that follows a blockbuster super-mega-crossover event But the ever-innovating House of[...]


Samuel L. Jackson May Get His Wish Mace Windu Comic Coming From Marvel In August

Samuel L. Jackson May Get His Wish; Mace Windu Comic Coming From Marvel In August

Titled Star Wars: Jedi of the Republic — Mace Windu, it will be written by Matt Owens and illustrated by Denys Cowan, with a cover by Jesus Saiz for issue #1. For over a thousand generations, the Jedi have been the peacekeepers of the galaxy…but now, at the dawn of the Clone Wars, they find themselves in a new role: generals in[...]

Captain America Steve Rogers (The Nazi One) Gets Hail Hydra Launch Trailer For Issues #7 And #8

Captain America Steve Rogers (The Nazi One) Gets "Hail Hydra Launch Trailer" For Issues #7 And #8

Hire a voice actor, for chrissakes.Check out the trailer below:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XGSs868idnYIf you can't get enough Nazi Captain America -- and really, who can? -- check out the website created by this reporter: Captain America: Grammar Nazi.Captain America: Steve Rogers #7 and #8, from subtle political metaphor crafter Nick Spencer and artist unfortunately stuck with him Jesus[...]

The DC Comic That Will Look Like Saga

The DC Comic That Will Look Like Saga

But it comes for the same reason that you get it in Saga, the artist and the colourist are the same person, in this case, Jesus Saiz By not separating he tasks into a factory line, you are more likely to get things like the above It's also apparent in a different way the Gotham[...]

The Last Issue Of Swamp Thing Goes Very Very Meta (SPOILERS)

The Last Issue Of Swamp Thing Goes Very, Very Meta (SPOILERS)

But terribly meta for its final issue, by Charles Soule and Jesus Saiz Under assault from all sides, Swamp Thing finds a place for his consciousness to hide...In the pages of a book And this double page spread giving the impression, to the reader of the comic book that they are holding the very essence of[...]

The Un-Men Return In This Weeks Swamp Thing #38

The Un-Men Return In This Week's Swamp Thing #38

Trying to figure out what to get this week at the comic shop? Here are some preview pages for Swamp Thing #38 written by Charles Soule and drawn by Javi Pina. This is the fourth part of the Machine Queen story arc as Swamp Thing launches a counterattack against the Machine Army. This issue also […]