Posts Tagged ‘#1’

Thor #1 Review

Written By: Jason Aaron Art By: Mike Del Mundo & Marco D’Alfonso, Christian Ward Published By: Marvel Jason Aaron has been on an absolute roll with the work he’s been doing throughout the various Thor title...


Abbott #1 Review – A Model For Social Commentary in Comics

Written by: Saladin Ahmed Art by: Sami Kivela & Jason Wordie Published by: Boom! Abbott #1 is a breath of fresh air, quite unlike anything else I’m reading. It’s unique in a variety of ways, almost all of them exciting....


Throwback Thursday: A look back at the one about who killed Retro Girl

Powers Vol 1. : Who killed Retro Girl? In 2000, a different kind of superhero comic hit the comic shops asking the question, “Who killed Retro Girl?” Created by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Avon Oeming, Powers is a semi...



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Judge Dredd: Mega-City Two #1 Review

Judge Dredd is back in all his emotionlessly stern glory. However, although the protagonist remains an unrelenting enforcer of justice, he finds himself having to overcome an unwelcome conflict between duty and morality.


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Justice League 3000 #1 Review

Justice League 3000 starts with a grim and hopeless future that is soon brought to life by a Justice League who are not entirely what they seem. This issue begins a very promising story line that will offer a great escape from ...