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Infinity Countdown #4 Review: A Low Point in an Unexciting Series

Infinity Countdown #4 Review: A Low Point in an Unexciting Series

It does bend over backwards to restore a status quo though.[caption id="attachment_861569" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Infinity Countdown #4 art by Mike Hawthorne, Terry Pallot, Jose Marzon Jr., and Jordie Bellaire[/caption]Mike Hawthorne does excellent work rendering Galactus in this book, and that half of the book looks good in general despite how much Silver Surfer looks like[...]

Despicable Deadpool #300 Is the Worst Comic Ive Read in Years &#8211 Heres Why

Despicable Deadpool #300 Is the Worst Comic I've Read in Years – Here's Why

Scott Koblish, Matteo Lolli, Mike Hawthorne, Terry Pallot, Craig Yeung, Nick Filardi, Ruth Redmond, and Jordie Bellaire all do some solid work in a comic that really doesn’t deserve it.The Despicable Deadpool #300 is honestly one of the worst comics I’ve read in some time With abominable humor, insufferable attempts at metanarrative, and art too[...]

Infinity Countdown #3 Review: Sax the Destroyer or the Draxophone

Infinity Countdown #3 Review: Sax the Destroyer, or the Draxophone

Richard Rider gives Peter Quill pertinent information which allows him to wield the Power Stone, and his first instinct is to toss it in Drax’s sax.The comic tries to make this meaningful—I think—but it’s still just so goofy and tonally dissonant.That’s before we even get to the (spoiler) fact that it’s implied this could all[...]

Infinity Countdown #2 Review: Fun Pretty but Not Substantial

Infinity Countdown #2 Review: Fun, Pretty, but Not Substantial

Mike Hawthorne, along with inker Terry Pallot take over for the Warlock sequence; it looks decent, even if Adam’s face looks quite odd and it’s hard to discern what’s going on with the Surfer from a visual standpoint Bellaire provides excellent work throughout, with a lot of color being splashed about the page in a[...]

Amazing Spider-Man #796 Review: Better but Still Not Good

Amazing Spider-Man #796 Review: Better, but Still Not Good

It’s just that this series has been of dubious quality at best in recent years.[caption id="attachment_798999" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Amazing Spider-Man #796 art by Mike Hawthorne, Cam Smith, Terry Pallot, and Erick Arciniega[/caption]Mike Hawthorne’s artwork is still a good fit for the book There is a satisfying sleekness and sheen to Spider-Man and Anti-Venom’s costumes[...]

Amazing Spider-Man #795 Review: The Plot Padding of the Gods

Amazing Spider-Man #795 Review: The Plot Padding of the Gods

He almost never seems to be in control of whatever situation he’s in, and even the meaningless conflict involving Loki is caused by the Trickster God banking on Peter being witless and reckless.[caption id="attachment_789023" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Amazing Spider-Man #795 art by Mike Hawthorne, Terry Pallot, and Marte Gracia[/caption]At least the art is quite good[...]

All-New Guardians Of The Galaxy #9 Review: Some Interesting New Pieces To The Puzzle

All-New Guardians Of The Galaxy #9 Review: Some Interesting New Pieces To The Puzzle

And here, we learn that the original appearance of Groot in Marvel history is definitely not forgotten.[caption id="attachment_710925" align="aligncenter" width="600"] All-New Guardians of the Galaxy #9 artwork by Mike Hawthorne, Terry Pallot and Jordie Bellaire[/caption]There's also a surprising reveal in the last page of the issue Now, my knowledge of classic history of the Guardians[...]

Black Panther #14 Review &#8211 The Gods Of Wakanda Are Missing In This Deepening Mystery

Black Panther #14 Review – The Gods Of Wakanda Are Missing In This Deepening Mystery

[rwp-review-recap id='0'] Ta-Nehisi Coates has pulled off the near-impossible with his Black Panther series. Where lengthy story arcs are usually a huge detriment to comic books, Coates made an explosive start in Black Panther through a year-long story of revolution and civil war in T'Challa's homeland of Wakanda. In the aftermath of this long tale, […]