Thor! Iron Fist, Justice League, Quantum and Woody, Harrow County! Some were wins! Some were losses! Which were which? You have to read this list comic book wins and losses list to find out!
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Thor, Batman, Ninja-K, Mata Hari! What do all of these characters have in common? They all have issues coming out this week. Are they worthy of your pull box? Let's find out.
Plus, Russel Dauterman and Matthew Wilson make it such a gorgeous book to boot. Green Lanterns #41 cover by Will Conrad and Ivan Nunes Loss: The Weakest Issue of Green Lanterns Yet with #41 While Green Lanterns #41 wasn't an outright bad comic book, it is by far the weakest chapter of Green Lanterns yet, and this is my personal favorite DC title of the moment[...]
You could probably guess what it is, but I'll not spoil it here. Thor #704 art by Russel Dauterman and Matthew Wilson Russell Dauterman's artwork continues to be a great fit for The Mighty Thor The battle tapestries are gorgeous, the impacts are felt, and the playing with the set-dressing and layouts are clever While the modern[...]
Jane has a decision to make; she will either save Asgardia or save herself. Thor #703 cover by Russel Dauterman and Matthew Wilson The future of Thor and Jane Foster is decided in this issue We figure out what will become of her and if she will continue to wield the hammer I'd rather not spoil the[...]
He answers. Thor #702 cover by Russel Dauterman and Matthew Wilson I'm a bit late on the Jason Aaron Mighty Thor train, but damn does he tell a powerful tale of Thunder The chaos of the War of Realms, the desperation of Jane Foster's health, and the terror that is Odin's furthering madness all come together for[...]
Russel Dauterman, Olivier Coipel, and Daniel Acuna particularly bring their A-game, and it's quite cool seeing Walter Simonson brought in, even for a single page. Jason Aaron puts on quite the show for this celebration of Mighty Thor, and it has me interested in the future exploits of Thor, whosever it may be The promised returns[...]
Marvel Legacy #1 is, unfortunately, mediocre overall. It’s a teaser book. It wants you to buy the new titles, and adds very little story of its own.
Samuel L. Jackson has been campaigning for years now for Lucasfilm to bring back Mace Windu to the Star Wars universe. The Jedi met his fate at the hands
Coming directly off of The Trail Of Jean Grey, we get the new Cyclops #1 by Eisner Award winner writer Greg Rucka and artist Russel Dauterman. After clashing with the Shi'ar on the edge of deep space, Scott Summers is about to encounter the last person he'd ever expect to meet – his space pirate father! Long thought[...]
And it looks like Clyclops now about to meet him far earlier in his life than he did the first time around… it;s time for a story about a father and his son, and getting a secind chance to be the parent he never was. Cue a new ongoing series written by Greg Rucka, drawn by[...]