Jonathan Hickman jumps us 8 months into the future of the Marvel Universe where it seems the Avengers are now a fully functioning S.H.E.I.L.D. unit under the leadership of Sue Storm, as she begins searching for the members of the Illuminati who all appear to be missing. Hit the jump for the full review!
This issue continues the story line that started in the Inhumanity series and it was pretty good! Check out the full review for more details!
Here's a new review for Copperhead #1. Great art and great first issue! Check out the full review for the full scoop.
The issue is set in the 1990s and centers around revealing Deadpool's big "original sin," has to do with his parents, his role as an assassin, and how he took the news of being a father. Hit the jump for the full review!
Superman in all his glory goes toe-to-toe with Wraith in an epic battle and finds out later the earth is going to be invaded by an alien race and juicing up his powers via Lex Luthor might be the only way to save the planet. Hit the jump for the full review!
Look inside Deadpool #34 as we look at the art and give an overview of this last Deadpool Original Sin tie-in issue.
Tired of the superhero status quo? Grant Morrison's new Annihilator graphic novel may be just what the doctor ordered. Get our thoughts and check out artwork from the first issue after the jump!
Zola continues his assault on the Avengers, only it's all a ruse to get them in one spot to make them all go boom. Meanwhile Zola and Jet have a tense "family meeting," Ian goes after Sharon, and Falcon proves he's more than just a sidekick. Hit the jump to find out if it's good!
Rocket Raccoon, Groot, and Macho duke it out with Rocket's ex-girlfriends before using it to head out to Funtzel's where Rocket encounters a surprise guest. Find out if it's worth your hard earned cash after the jump!
A mysterious sandy version of Superman is granting people the opportunity to reach their potential, challenging them while they're at a crossroads in their life. The stranger also has a challenge for the Blue Boy Scout himself. Find out if it's good after the jump!
More explosions, a bigger cast, all too similar story. The Expendables 3 continues the legacy of the previous two films. Whether that's good or bad, check out my review to find out!
Crazy demons are biting off people's tongues, the reverend gets wasted, and Kyle digs deep into his pain and loneliness with a new friend. Hit the jump for the full review!
Is Sin City 2 really worth killing for? The sequel combines great comic visuals and titillating action (among other things) for a not so stellar film. Here are my thoughts.
Welcome to another episode of Comic Review Round Up, a podcast show where I review the books I didn't have time to make individual videos for, as well as take questions and suggestions for future topics.
Do the Expendables go out on a high in the latest instalment? MOS83 finds out in a long overdue review.
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!
Doctor Who has returned for what is the eighth season in this current incarnation! Now featuring Peter Capaldi in the title role it aims to take the series back to its darker roots with a more serious take on the beloved BBC character. Hit the jump for Mr Sunday's review of the first episode!
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!