Johns gives us the origin story of Ulysses, has Supes embracing his role as a mentor, and introduces the Machinist. But is the friggin' thing worth the money?? Hit the jump to find out!
Batman and Superman have amnesia, Lois Lane is once again a damsel in distress, and Cat Woman stumbles upon a super strong guy with an identity crisis. Find out if it was any good by hitting the jump!
Mysterious monsters threaten the existence of all creation, requiring heroes from a multitude of earths in different universes to team up together to stop the menace before it annihilates all in existence. Sounds like classic Morrison, but was it really as good as the hype? Hit the jump for the full review!
A second incursion is just hours away, and the Illuminati has no way of stopping this one, so what will each member of the team do with their last day on earth? Hit the jump for the full review!
So I listened to the reviews when ASM 2 was released to theaters and skipped it, but after watching it at home, I can honestly say I regret that decision. Hit the jump for the full review!
Original Sin #7 sets the stage for an epic conclusion to one of Marvel's best events in the last few years, with Cap and the Avengers battling it out with Old Nick Fury, and a cliffhanger that alludes to one final bombshell to be revealed in the finale. Hit the jump for the full review!
Superman/Wonder Woman #11 continues the epic battle between the Justice League and Brainiac, but when the gang realizes they're outmatched, Superman and Wonder Woman decide it's time to get some extra fire power from unlikely sources. Hit the jump for the full review!
Captain America #23 sees Ian Rogers reunited with "Old Man" Rogers as the two, along with the rest of the Avengers try to prevent Zola from taking over the earth. Hit the jump for the full review!
Welcome to the first episode of Comic Review Round-Up, a short, weekly podcast where I review comics that I didn't have time to make individual video reviews for. This week I'm reviewing: Grayson #2, Batman Eternal #18, Rocket Raccoon #2, Legendary Star-Lord #2, and Hulk vs. Iron Man #4
I've noticed a lot of flame wars on this site lately, and around the Internet in general, some of which I stupidly participated in and now feel like a royal...well, I ain't proud of it. Here's my thoughts on the recent BvS move, which I think was an excellent business decision and why flame wars are just plain stupid.
The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie has been one of the most highly anticipated films of the summer behind Guardians of the Galaxy. It's also been one of the most highly debated and discussed on the Internet. So what's the final verdict? Does it suck? Or was it awesome? Hit the jump to find out!
Superior Spider-Man #32 sets the stage for the new Edge of Spiderverse event featuring every single Spider-Man across the multiverse, which looks awesome. How does this issue measure up as an introduction to the event? Hit the jump to find out!
In the latest issue of Action Comics, a freshly recovered Superman teams up with his "super friends" to stop Brainiac from assimilating the human race and using them for his nefarious purposes. Hit the jump to hear my thoughts on the issue!
What does the success of Guardians of the Galaxy mean for the future of Marvel? Check out the first episode of the MetaComix Podcast to find out my thoughts, along with news and reviews.
Guardians of the Galaxy is proof that Marvel has the magic formula for taking C-List characters and turning them into household names with the successful launch of a new franchise that opens the door for cosmic adventures further down the line.
Jonathan Hickman proves why he's a master of superhero sci-fi fusion with the latest installment of the Avengers, but what makes the issue great is also it's most fatal flaw. Hit the jump to find out more!
Justice League #32 introduces the classic members of the Doom Patrol, as Chief is on a quest to possess the Power Ring and forces the group to participate in some slightly unethical behavior. Hit the jump for the full review!
Guardians of the Galaxy #17 brings the gang back together, but the pacing is sloppy, the character development strangely absent, and Rocket doesn't get near enough page time. Hit the jump to see the full review!
SDCC 2014 is over, but fans are still buzzing about many of the reveals from publishers both big and small. The real question is, what are MY thoughts on all this, since I'm so high and mighty and self-important. Wait. That didn't come out right. Hit the jump to hear my really useless opinions.
I decided to review Amazing Spider-Man #4 and Transformers vs. G.I. Joe while playing a little Super Hero Squad. Hit the jump to watch the video and see what I thought of these comics.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is going to be one of the most talked about movies of 2014, for better or worse. Many Turtle fans are already anxious to rip the film to shreds, while others are bit more open-minded about this new incarnation. What do I think? Hit the jump to find out!
Scott Snyder wraps up the Year Zero arc with a fantastic ending that wraps things up nicely, with a focus on Batman's sharp intellect and an exploration of how Bruce Wayne took the pain of his parent's death and turned it into a positive force for the good of Gotham City.
The latest issue of Superman explores Clark's skills as an investigative journalist, as he searches for clues to the origin of a new superhuman in Metropolis who adopts Superman as his new earthly mentor.
Nova #19 sees Sam Alexander reeling from the revelation of his father as murderer rather than hero, which drives him to join Rocket Raccoon on a quest for the truth about who his father really was.
Original Sin #6 continues to deliver solid story and great character development, which is enough to win over readers, but still lacks in both action and new revelations.