FF #11 Review

The interesting thing about FF at this point in its run is that despite being arguably the purest and most fun book in Marvel’s entire line, it is also the most bittersweet for many of us Future Foundation-lovers. A coup...


Thanos Rising #5 Review

Whoa. That was my exact one-sound reaction to the end of Thanos Rising #5. This issue is the end of the a five issue mini-series by Jason Aaron and Simone Bianchi, and boy did they knock it out of the park! This was a fantastic...


Uncanny #3 Review

Andy Diggle and Aaron Campbell team up for a paranormal sci-fi crime story about a grifter, Dominic Weaver, and we get some answers to questions brought up in the the first two issues, along with all new ones.


Young Avengers 9 Review

In a world filled with far too many Avengers titles, it’s nice to see that the kids still get to have some fun. Young Avengers, the wonderful series by Kieron Gillen and Jamie McKelvie (With Mike Norton and Matt Wilson), ...


Uncanny X-Men #11 Review

One of the most amazing things about the way Bendis writes is the way he can make me care about and root for a character. Any character. Even ones I never really thought I would care about only a year or two ago. And if I do ca...