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Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #4 Review &#8211 No Big Reveals but a Decent Book Nonetheless

Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #4 Review – No Big Reveals but a Decent Book Nonetheless

“Soteira” (according to a Google search), is a Greek epithet added to the ends of their gods and translates roughly to “savior.” That could indicate something to do with Apocalypse, Romulus (please no), or the Purifiers.[caption id="attachment_897645" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #4 art by Matteo Buffagni and Jim Charalampidis[/caption]Matteo Buffagni once again[...]

Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #3 Review &#8211 Daredevil vs. Wolverine (Sorta)

Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #3 Review – Daredevil vs. Wolverine (Sorta)

I’ll be back for the finale.[caption id="attachment_879043" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #3 art by Matteo Buffagni and Jim Charalampidis[/caption]I hope that Matteo Buffagni provides more work for Marvel after this story finishes His work is very atmospheric, using detail and shadow to craft an unnerving world where death feels very close to[...]

Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #2 Review &#8211 Red Herrings that Tell You theyre Red Herrings

Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #2 Review – Red Herrings that Tell You they're Red Herrings

That’s really it though, and whether that can support a comic is a dubious prospect.[caption id="attachment_862641" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #2 art by Matteo Buffagni and Jim Charalampidis[/caption]Matteo Buffagni’s artwork is still incredible at least, and the comic is imbued with a lot of personality on the merit of the art alone[...]

Hunt for Wolverine Weapon Lost #1 Review: Solid Story Helped by Fantastic Art

Hunt for Wolverine Weapon Lost #1 Review: Solid Story Helped by Fantastic Art

It’s structured competently, but it doesn’t inspire excitement.[caption id="attachment_840905" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hunt for Wolverine: Weapon Lost #1 art by Matteo Buffagni and Jim Charalampidis[/caption]What has made this comic worthwhile is the art by Matteo Buffagni This book is gorgeous Shading and lighting is played with skillfully, and Daredevil himself is given many great panels worthy[...]

Teen Titans #19 Review: Why Do the Teen Titans Stay Together

Teen Titans #19 Review: Why Do the Teen Titans Stay Together?

Not a whole lot seems to happen, even if the bit that is here does go to some interesting places.[caption id="attachment_838458" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Teen Titans #19 art by Scot Eaton, Wayne Faucher, and Jim Charalampidis[/caption]Scot Eaton’s artwork is quite good The detailing is excellent, and it’s done with as little linework as necessary[...]

So Why Is Black Bolt In Prison Royals #2 Reveals All

So Why Is Black Bolt In Prison? Royals #2 Reveals All!

Instead, it is his brother, Maximus the Mad in disguise.[caption id="attachment_641556" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Art by Jonboy Meyers & Thony Silas, with Ryan Kinnaird & Jim Charalampidis[/caption]Last seen drugged out of his gourd in Inhumans Prime and being sentenced to, yup, an intergalactic prison as an exile, it would seem that Maximus swapped places with his[...]

Aqualad Rises in Teen Titans &#8211 Teen Titans#6 Review

Aqualad Rises in Teen Titans – Teen Titans#6 Review

After all, he was briefly introduced in the issue, along with confirmation that he was a new gay character for the DC Universe.Now, with Teen Titans #6 this week the erstwhile character returns, and we have his home-life, history and relationships further expanded while still leaving enough mystery to keep the reader interested.[caption id="attachment_627024" align="aligncenter"[...]