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Artists Named for Marvel Comics' Incoming #1 Anthology

Artists Named for Marvel Comics’ Incoming #1 Anthology

The upcoming Incoming #1 from Marvel comics was solicited with a brace of writers, Al Ewing. Dan Slott, Chip Zdarsky, Kelly Thompson, Greg Pak, Eve L. Ewing, Matt Rosenberg, Ed Brisson, Saladin Ahmed, Tini Howard, Jonathan Hickman, Greg Pak, Donny Cates & Jason Aaron. But only a mention of Jim Cheung and Humberto Ramos as […]

The Immortal Hulk #1 cover by Alex Ross

Now is the Time to Catch Up on the Immortal Hulk if You haven’t

Immortal Hulk, the current series featuring everyone’s favorite green guy, is far and away the best comic Marvel is printing right now. Writer Al Ewing is creating a modern horror classic that is echoing the great Swamp Thing run of Alan Moore, and bringing so much of the Hulk’s often times forgotten or ignored character […]

Immortal Hulk #5 cover by Alex Ross

The Immortal Hulk #5 Review: A Beautifully Dark Deathmatch

Walter Langkowski is gone. Sasquatch is in his place. The monster tears through the hospital, and Bruce Banner knows he must be stopped. He tries to talk Sasquatch down, but the beast wants to talk to another beast. Sasquatch wants the Hulk, and the Hulk comes for him. A massive fight ensues and spreads across […]

Aquaman #39 cover by Rafa Sandoval

Aquaman #39 Review: Atlantis Against the Suicide Squad

Mera struggles to gain control of the geopolitical situation Atlantis now that the nation has risen to the surface. She stands resolute, though, and she won’t stop until peace has been attained. Meanwhile, the U.S. is making a show of flying military jets over Atlantis and moving submarines into the water around the nation. Aquaman […]

The Immortal Hulk #4 cover by Alex Ross

The Immortal Hulk #4 Review: A Weak Link in the Chain

Reporter Jacqueline McGee meets with Walter Langkowski, aka Sasquatch of Alpha Flight, at an airport in South Dakota. They investigate a recent Hulk siting while Walter explains his history with Bruce Banner to Jacqueline. During the search, Walter is stabbed while trying to break up a bar fight. Jacqueline takes him to a hospital and […]

Terrifics #6 cover by Dale Eaglesham and Mike Atiyeh

Terrifics #6 Review: The Least Terrific Issue so Far

The Terrifics are separated and hurting in the Kingdom of Elements. Mister Terrific is reliving the worst day of his life, upon which his wife died in a car accident. Plastic Man is facing down a stone monster. Phantom Girl is under attack from a horde of crystal warriors. Metamorpho is fighting Algon, a creature […]


Top and Bottom 5 Comics, Week of July 4th, 2018: From Hulk to Inhumans

It’s a bit late again, and I didn’t get around to doing it last week. However, the Top and Bottom 5 Comics is back again this week. What soared? What fell on its face? Let’s find out together now! Best Comics of the Week 1. Immortal Hulk #2 Immortal Hulk kicked off with a hell of […]

The Immortal Hulk #2 cover by Alex Ross

The Immortal Hulk #2 Review: A Tight, Unnerving, and Gripping Comic

Bruce Banner drifts into another town to find another mystery. Five people have died with no apparent cause. The town is baffled, with some attributing the deaths to “grief.” Bruce can’t help but investigate in the hopes that the Immortal Hulk can be put to good use. The trail leads him to the first death, […]


The Immortal Hulk #1 cover by Alex Ross

Immortal Hulk #1 Review: A Smashing Return for the Hulk

A terrible crime is committed at a gas station in the American Southwest. The perpetrator goes to those who coaxed him into action while the police investigate the crime. The perpetrator has another hunter though, and he is large, green, and angry. The Immortal Hulk claims to be drawing upon horror. It’s not a horror […]

Terrifics #3 cover by Ivan Reis and Marcelo Maiolo

Terrifics #3 Review: The Body Horror Slingshot

The Terrifics find themselves bound to each other by some kind of Dark Multiverse theory. They cannot be any farther than one mile away from one another, and this leaves them bound to Stagg Enterprises’ headquarters. Mister Terrific works to find a way to resolve this manner while Metamorpho has relationship problems with Sapphire and […]

Ninjak vs the Valiant Universe #4 cover Brian Level

Ninjak vs the Valiant Universe #4 Review: A Fun and Dumb Finale

Ninja-K is finally backed up by MI-6, the heroes, and Neville as they attack Roku’s base of operations. However, Roku has some backup of her own, and the heroes of MI-6 will have to break through their hordes to stop Roku’s plan. Ninjak vs the Valiant Universe #4 attempts to bring the story to a […]



Avengers #684 cover by Mark Brooks

Avengers #684 Review: The Hulk Returns to a Complete Mess

We are shown the origins of the Incredible Hulk as well as all the times he has faced death over the year (more than you would think, also Avengers: Ultron Forever). He then returns in the present, looking confused but just as angry as ever. We return to the game between the Grandmaster and the […]


Ninjak vs the Valiant Universe #2 cover by Kevin Wada

Ninjak vs the Valiant Universe #2 Review: Way Better Than the Opening Issue

Ninjak (or Ninja-K) washes up on a river bank with his prize, and he makes his way to a nearby warehouse. Elsewhere, Livewire approaches the Eternal Warrior to plead that he won’t kill Ninjak. Unfortunately, Bloodshot is already closing in on Colin King. X-O Manowar isn’t too far behind. While the first issue of Ninjak […]