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Empyre: Captain America #1 Review: The Events Best Tie-In

Empyre: Captain America #1 Review: The Event's Best Tie-In

Credit: Marvel Comics.[/caption]Writer Phillip Kennedy Johnson teams Captain America up with a team of American soldiers fighting against the Cotati invasion, quickening narrowing the messy, sprawling, global focus of Empyre Grounding Cap's story with a battle on the ground, a simple mission, obstacles that make sense, and a small cast of characters that we quickly get[...]





Aquaman Annual #1 Review: A Beautiful and Sad Story Hindered by Subpar Art

Aquaman Annual #1 Review: A Beautiful and Sad Story Hindered by Subpar Art

Phillip Kennedy Johnson does some damn good work here.This Aquaman Annual is quite reminiscent of the Justice League Unlimited episode, “The Man Who Has Everything.” Mongul attaches a Black Mercy to Superman on his birthday, leaving Wonder Woman and Batman to save the Man of Tomorrow The fantasy of Clark’s consists of him living on[...]

Kong: Gods Of Skull Island #1 Review: All Hail Mighty Kong

'Kong: Gods Of Skull Island' #1 Review: All Hail Mighty Kong

Writer Phillip Kennedy Johnson put together an excellent story here It has interesting characters and a fresh take on the source material The art is great, and the action is exciting once it gets started I highly recommend it, though the $7.99 price tag is still pretty rough.[rwp-review-ratings id="0"][rwp-review-form id="0"] [rwp-review-recap id="0"]An expedition reaches Skull[...]