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Champions #23 Review: Burning at the Touch of the Man-Thing

Viv Vision has been taken out by the Man-Thing. Snowguard fights to protect Viv, and the rest of the Champions follow soon behind. They manage to pacify the beast, but Viv is still comatose. Wasp can’t wake her up without risking damage. The Man-Thing is kept in containment as he feeds off the emotions of […]

Marvel Two-in-One #8 cover by Jay Anacleto and Romulo Fajardo Jr.

Marvel Two-in-One #8 Review: The Pain Catches Up

The Thing and the Human Torch are stranded on another world where Captain America and Iron Man’s Civil War destroyed everything. They’ve hidden away in a small town, and the Spider, a maddened version of the Amazing Spider-Man, is searching all over the country for them. Johnny is taking care of their new house, and […]

Marvel Teaser for Champions 25 Asks: “Change the World?” as Amadeus Cho Gets Weird

San Diego Comic-Con may be over, but Marvel’s marketing machine continues to churn out teasers for upcoming comics. With Champions heading toward a milestone 25th issue in August (come on, that’s a lot by Marvel reboot standards), Marvel has released the following teaser, featuring the headline “Change the World?” It’s unclear why the teaser is […]

Champions #22 cover by R.B. Silva and Nolan Woodard

Champions #22 Review: New Heroes and Identities, Same Lovable Team

The Champions have reunited after their adventures in outer space (as seen in Infinity Countdown: Champions). Amadeus Cho is slightly powered down and now going by the name Brawn. Ironheart has a new costume based upon Chitauri technology. Nova Sam Alexander has lost his Nova gear and, as a result, his powers. New Champion Snowguard […]

Hulk No More: Amadeus Cho is Now Called Brawn

Some changes in next week’s issue of Champions #22, as all the shenanigans happening in the individual team member’s own comic books catch up with them. So this scene from Hulk #717 a few months ago… …is turned on his head. He may not be Hulk, but he’s not just Amadeus Cho. He has a […]


Domino #3 cover by Greg Land and Frank D'Armata

Domino #3 Review: Unearned Moments Helped by Solid Dialogue

Domino, hurt and barely conscious, reminisces on the experiments and the people that created her. Upon awaking, she realizes that all her friends, her team, are dead. This pisses Neena off, and she beelines for Topaz with the intent of putting the woman in the ground. Domino #3 continues the book’s descent into the saccharine, […]

Domino #2 cover by Greg Land and Frank D'Armata

Domino #2 Review: Subordinate Chaos

Domino barely survives being thrown out the window of her apartment thanks to the return of her luck powers. The perpetrators escape thanks to their own good fortune. Domino must now figure out how these two were able to ambush her so easily, and the only possibility is that one of her two close friends, […]

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Marvel Teases Shocking “Final Fate” of Amadeus Cho in World War Hulk 2

Marvel has announced a sequel to World War Hulk to begin in March in The Incredible Hulk #174 from Greg Pak and Carlo Barberi. Since they promised to lay off the super-mega-crossover events for a while, it looks like this won’t be getting its own standalone series, but that doesn’t mean it can’t be packed with […]

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Champions #16 Cover May Reveal More About The Future Of The Team Than Intended

The solicits for Marvel’s for their January releases are now out, and the cover to the month’s new issue of Champions may give away more than intended. Coming out of a cross-over with Avengers, World’s Collide, which is their big Marvel Legacy story, it is implied that the cross-over will have major stakes for one […]


Does Generations: The Strongest Show Us How Generations Will Work?

The first of Marvel’s Generations one-shots that promise to show us where the Marvel Universe is heading with Marvel Legacy was released this week with Generations: The Strongest #1 starring the Totally Awesome Hulk and Bruce Banner Hulk. Spoilers ahead, folks! Which does present us with an interesting point to consider now that we have […]

Generations: The Strongest/The Hulks Review- Captures Some Old Hulk Feelings

In their gearing up for the next “non-reboot,” Marvel is releasing their Generation line of one-shots, wherein the new identity of some hero titles meets up with their old ones. Many seem to be time-travel stories, and among the first of such issues is The Strongest, which is about a meeting between Bruce Banner and […]


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Champions Stumbles With Internment Camp Parable

Champions #10, out now from Marvel, features a story where the remaining members of the team, Spider-Man (Miles Morales), Totally Awesome Hulk and Viv Vision, try to find their missing team mate, Inhuman member Ms. Marvel, in the United States of Hydramerica. This is because, of course, Inhumans are being rounded up and placed in […]

Monsters Unleashed on Avengers Academy

  Marvel continues to push Monsters Unleashed, as we come to the tail end of the event comics, have announced an ongoing following it, and now the event is the focus of the mobile game Avengers Academy. Which is impressive for Avengers Academy itself too. The game is really giving Marvel Comics a run for […]

Champions is Very Much a Modern Classic

Champions is shaping up to cement itself as the most modern classic comic out there at the moment. Less in terms of it being an incredible addition to the library of indispensable comic runs, as it’s perhaps still early days to tell if it will match the likes of Dark Phoenix Saga, Secret Wars, or […]



It Still Has To Be Amadeus Cho, Right? (UPDATE)

I mean, it can’t be Iron Fist, can it? From Marvel’s latest PR… It can’t be Thor either. No, The Totally Awesome Hulk by Greg Pak and Frank Cho has to be Amadeus Cho. It just has to be. See some more non-revelatory artwork here… UPDATE: Oh, here comes another one.