Bendis portion of this faux-100th-issue-Anniversary of GotGINO is a disjointed mess.
From a new comic book standpoint, Justice League United is a cosmic success.
A completely satisfying conclusion that will make you yearn for what's to come next!
A personal tale of family, sacrifice and world-building. A good one.
Furthest from a must-see this summer and is easily the biggest, personal, disappointment of the year.
Issue is bad "cover to cover."
Once again, the best of the Green Lantern books thus far this month.
Once again, Thor is the best Marvel entry this week on the stands.
This is going to be a curious ride.
It really is a book all about emotion and mood.
This toon is as excellent as any comic now carrying the franchise name.
A neat little ditty about not judging a book by its cover.
Byron has "good feelings" about the future of Magnus: Robot Fighter.
This is the one Avengers book I am most satisfied with and fully support.
A fast, furious and fun romp.
DnA are back! And Timelord reviews their return to GoTG!
Lawrence gives us his take on the latest Marvel Studios movie.
Loki, Agent of Asgard is setting new precedents for villains comics.
This book may be the dark horse success of the week.
Robert Venditti is creating a whole new Green Lantern world for readers.
This episode is rife with in-jokes and many things from Doc Strange's world.
This is one of those great toons that is driven by character.
A modern-day Conan with art that makes you feel you are in the story.
Someone left the spark plug out of Iron Patriot. Rhodey deserves better.
As good as Larfleeze has been, it is in a rut. Or maybe not.
The most unexpected villain appearance of all. PAD has done it again!
It's like putting lipstick on a pig.
Fasten your seat belt! This isn't your daddy's Ghost Rider.
Great cover and art. Disappointing story that goes no where.
A light-hearted, upbeat book about a guy who can fly through space.