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Cyclops is giving us multiple bang for our buck. Support it if your wallet allows.
Startling revelations and more profound questions await you in this astounding tale of intrigue and murder within the Marvel Universe!
Two of DC's greatest heroines team up in this original graphic novel by Paul Dini and Joe Quinones!
This issue has its problems – but it is one of the better of the worst.
Something is missing in Avengers #30. Byron thinks it is the story.
Simply put: The Avengers (at least here) are mighty again!
For those who lived through Starlin's gems, this is a walk in the park.
Jodorowsky and Moebius' first comic book is still a showcase of sequential art and craft.
Nix Bieber-NINO, keep the marketing strategy, and apply it to a resurrected Volume IV Rider Nova.
Lawence reviews the latest X-Men movie. Is it a dud? Or a stud?
Sinestro may turn out to be the surprise book of the year.
Again, a cool issue with a great cosmic slant.
Is this the end or just the beginning of a "new" New 52? Geoff Johns has created an amazing tale that will have fans clamoring for more!
Jason Aaron gives fans plenty to ponder in his Marvel Universe "mystery play!" This is action and intrigue at it's finest!
Lawrence isn't too impressed with the latest giant monster movie to hit theaters. Read on!
Byron says add this one to your pull list.
A new logo, new characters and more will have fans ravenous for what is next in the world of The Walking Dead!
Great toon on Hawkeye's past, with some sharp Falcon characterization.
Jason Aaron gives us a good read that would have been exponentially better if we hadn't already known what to expect! Sometimes less is more Marvel!
Does AMZ2 suffer from using too many characters? Check out Lawrence's review to find out.
All in all, the “Avengers Machine” is rolling along well this month, and I cannot wait to see where it is headed.
Slott and Ramos unleash a tale blended in hilarity and intrigue that will whet your appetite for ALL things Spidey this weekend!
Would’ve preferred a more fleshed-out story focusing on The Watchers without the addition of NINO.
Bendis portion of this faux-100th-issue-Anniversary of GotGINO is a disjointed mess.