Category Archives: Reviews

Avengers vs. X-Men #3

This week’s installment of Marvel’s Avengers vs. X-Men event was scripted by regular Captain America writer Ed Brubaker. Although it’s a good script, the feeling of inconsistency with the previous two issues, having been scripted by different writers, still bugs me a little bit. … Continue reading

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Review: “Batman: The Dark Knight” #8

This title has been getting a lot of crap from critics since its inception; an opinion I very much disagreed with… until this issue. The Dark Knight has been centered around the creative prowess of David Finch since it began. … Continue reading

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Review: Secret Avengers #26

Writer Rick Remender has been doing some interesting things with the Secret Avengers title since he began his run in issue #22. Coming right off the “Descendants” story arc, issue #26 begins a brand new story: the Avengers vs X-Men tie-in. This … Continue reading

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Avengers vs X-Men #1 and #2

We’re 2 issues in to Avengers vs. X-Men now, and the battle’s in full swing. Issue #2 was released last Wednesday, and as I neglected to post my review of issue #1 when it was released about 3 weeks ago, … Continue reading

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Review: Avengers vs. X-Men #0

This week saw the release of the prologue issue to this year’s major Marvel event, Avengers vs. X-Men. Issue #0 features art by Frank Cho, and sets up all the pins to be knocked down when AvX-proper begins next week. AvX #0 is … Continue reading

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Review: Captain America #9

Captain America has seen an unexpected change in tone since its numbering restarted 9 months ago, and then even more so when Steve McNiven finished as regular artist to make way for Alan Davis in issue #6. It is not … Continue reading

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Review: Fantastic Four #603

The Fantastic Four are my absolute favorite comic book characters of all time. That is why it pains me that the Fantastic Four ongoing series is currently one of my least favorite titles to read each month. Maybe I’m overcritical because … Continue reading

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