Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: avengers, Dustin Weaver, Inhumans, Jerome Opena, Jim Cheung, Jonathan Hickman, Justin Ponsor, Mark Morales, Thanos, X-Men
So-called “Events” from the big 2 seem to come around as often as celebrity news and in most cases are just as pointless but Jonathan Hickman seems to be trying to break that cycle…..
Filed under: Movie Reviews | Tags: Aldrich Killian, avengers, Ben Kingsley, Captain America, Don Cheadle, Guy Pearce, Gwyneth Paltrow, Iron Patriot, Iron-Man, Joss Whedon, Kenneth Brannagh, Mandarin, Pepper Potts, Thor
Phase Two of Marvels series of movies kicked off in a similar way to Phase One – with an Iron Man film and after some pretty impressive trailers and glimpses of The Mandarin and Pepper in the latest armour designed by Tony…..I was fairly hyped……enough to book tickets for a midnight showing.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Age of Ultron, avengers, Brian Michael Bendis, Bryan Hitch, FCBD, Jessica Drew, S.W.O.R.D., Spider-Woman, Steve Rogers, Wolverine
With Age of Ultron set to kick-off next week I thought I’d take a look back at the first issue Marvel released for this as part of Free Comic Book Day in May 2012.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: avengers, Captain America, Ex Nihilo, Jerome Opena, Jonathan Hickman, Marvel Now
This is it, the much-hyped, must-have title from Marvel Now and having already enjoyed my fair share of the releases so far – I was keen to see if this could match the hype it’s been adorned with.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: avengers, Dr Doom, Jonathan Mulberry, Leandro Fernandez
After a strong start to this third instalment, writer Jonathan Maberry & artist Leandro Fernandez continue to lay out the details of the event that saw the Marvel Universe tear itself to pieces.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Antonio Fabela, Aunt May, avengers, Dan Slott, Marvel Now, Mary Jane Watson, Peter Parker, Richard Elson, Spider-Man
The much-hyped final arc from Dan Slott kicks off here in among the writers warning that any online spoilers ahead of its release would result in instant un-friending FOREVER.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: avengers, Black Widow, Captain America, Carmine Di Giandomenico, Frank Castle, Greg Rucka, Iron-Man, Logan, Matt Hollingsworth, Peter Parker, Punisher, Spider-Man, Steve Rogers, Thor, Tony Stark, Wolverine
This five-part mini-series has been hyped up pretty big in the last few months as sneak peek at images have been released by Marvel but could it really live up to the hype?
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Adam Kubert, AR app, avengers, AvsX, Brian Michael Bendis, Captain America, Cyclops, Ed Brubaker, Hope Summers, House of M, Infinite, Jason Aaron, John Romita JR, Jonathan Hickman, Matt Fraction, Olivier Coipel, Phoenix Force, schism, X-Men
Some comic book events will miss the mark and most these days seem to get a bad reception for another event being rolled out but in the case of Avengers vs X-Men….would we see anything new?
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: Alpha, avengers, Dan Slott, Humberto Ramos, Spider-Man
Issue #694 of Amazing Spider-Man sees the trials of Peter Parker and new sidekick/pain in the ass Alpha continue following his arrival in issues #692 & 693…….but as the cover suggests we’ve got a face-off on our hands.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, Marvel Comics | Tags: avengers, Clint Barton, David Aja, Matt Fraction, Matt Hollingsworth
Fresh from the success of the Avengers movie (as reviewed here) it was almost a dead cert that Marvel would give Hawkeye his own title giving him the chance to step out of the shadow of other team members.