Lawrence reviews James Wan's latest and asks, "How Do You Say Goodbye?"
Good cosmic comics need to be rewarded and trust me, you’ll be hooked by this one.
They’ve just turned what they’re calling “cosmic” into a farce.
The problem with this story is that it tries too hard to mimic the movie. And it fails.
This is what cosmic fans have been asking for over the past several years.
They actually think this “story” about playing “hot potato” with “The Black Vortex” is entertaining?
A rather lackluster attempt at kicking off a big event series.
Silly, juvenile, disrespectful of Nova mythos and fans, and un-heroic.
Continuing Our 2015 Academy Award Roundup.
It’s almost funny that Marvel just keeps making bad things worse.
With Bendys at the helm, GotGINO remains a waste of color glossy paper.
Continuing Our 2015 Academy Award Roundup.
This book is Marvel’s only true Cosmic book.
Life changing events occur for two major characters in Kirkman's epic tale of survival, love and loss!
Treats the Guardians like guest stars in their own book...
Let's make 2015 the year NINO bites the dust.
Benedict Cumberbatch is up next in our 2015 Academy Award Roundup.
Continuing our 2015 Academy Award Roundup.
Lawrence continues his reviews of the Oscar nominees.
Lawrence reviews a contender for Best Picture Of The Year.
Timelord reviews G3000 and says this is what cosmic is all about.
Bendys is back - with more bad Seinfeldifications of once great concepts.
Marvel has essentially dropped a lump of coal into everyone’s Christmas stocking.
Bunn and Haun deliver a new take on the werewolf in this Vertigo title.