suicide risk

31 Thoughts About 31 Comics – The Walking Dead, Death Of Wolverine, MPH, Batman Eternal, Ms Marvel, Caliban, Constantine, Death Vigil, Velvet, Copperhead, Regular Show, Amazing Spider-Man, Spread, Edge Of Spider-Verse,Thomas Alsop, Rot & Ruin, Suicide Risk, Avengers, Inhuman, Hawkeye, Magneto, Black Market, My Little Pony, Cyanide And Happiness, GI Joe, Hexed, Judge Dredd, Transformers, Teen Dog, TMNT and Wilds End

I know whose side I am on...While Suicide Risk #17 takes the brave choice to stand up and say that going crazy and killing people might not be the ideal eventuality...Avengers #34.1 gives us a "special" episode of the Marvel Universe, as Hyperion gives us a philosophical run through what it means to be a superhero,[...]

Twenty-Three Thoughts About Twenty-Three Comics – Infinity, Love Stories (To Die For), X-Factor, Superior Foes Of Spider-Man, God Is Dead, Uber, Batman Black And White, X-Men Legacy, The Creeper, Satellite Sam, Sheltered, Chew, Witchblade, Baltimore, Garfield, Mouse Guard, Suicide Risk, Catalyst, Shadowman, Quantum & Woody, Hit, Deathmatch And The Star Wars

I feel manipulated but what's worse is that I just don't care.From Suicide Risk #4 And, no This is a comic You get ever ending suffering and misery Don't you know how things work? Still if we're getting all religious......then Catalyst #3 gives us an angel in a white (ish) suit And hair, so it[...]

A Villain Named Dr Maybe – Welcome To Suicide Risk

That's ok, you're among friends.) Christos Gage's Absolution, Si Spurrier's Extermination, the recent Millar release Jupiter's Legacy, Waid's Irredeemable, the new reigning champion of totally debauched superhero eviscerations, Ennis & Robertson's The Boys, most of Warren Ellis's entire Avatar output could easily slide into this list; these are the books that help break your head[...]