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: 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: 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, Image Comics | Tags: Cris Peter, image, Jonathan Hickman, Manhattan Projects, Nick Pitarra, Rus Wooton
A Couple of months a made a lot of noise about cutting my DC pull list back because I was spending too much money on substandard comics and sacrificing other more interesting books. As a result of reading through previews for March 2012, with so many good books on the horizon, it was time to make some tough decisions: getting rid of heroes I was reading just because their name started with Super. Well March is here and so begins the start of some promising books – starting this week with The Manhattan Projects from Image.