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Captain America #704 cover by Michael Cho

Captain America #704 Review: A Confused Mess of an Ending

The Red Skull, imbued with the power of the Cosmic Cube, is waging a one-man war against the Kree armada. Jack Rogers is on the ground trying to gather information about the Kree and their use of the Super Soldier Serum. What he learns gives humanity an edge on the Kree, but is it enough? […]

Captain America #703 cover by Michael Cho

Captain America #703 Review: The Story Comes Into its Own

Jack Rogers has unintentionally reawakened the Red Skull, and, even worse, Schmidt has the power of a Cosmic Cube running through his veins. Jack is no fighter, so he does what he can. Jack tells the Skull of the Kree incursion into Earth governments, and the two spread the word of the Kree conspiracy with […]

Captain America #702 cover by Michael Cho

Captain America #702 Review: The Story Improves on the Previous Issue

Jack Rogers is now on the run from his government, and he goes to a safehouse known as the Way Back. It is a hideout for historians where all talk from the outside world is kept out. There, a strange man called Old Vic points Jack in the direction of a possible solution beneath New […]

Comic Book Wins and Losses, Week of May 2nd, 2018: We’re Back, Baby

Apologies for the belated return and the lack of an entry last week, but Comic Book Wins and Losses is back! I’m still struggling to hold me to my own column schedule. Anyway, let’s get started! What books took off this past week? What crashed? Read below to find the answers! Win: Action Comics Special […]

Captain America #701 cover by Michael Cho

Captain America #701 Review: A Long Walk for a Small Drink of Water

We receive a World War II flashback wherein Captain America and Bucky stop the Nazis from stealing the Super Soldier Serum. Afterwards, we are “in the present” of this story, which is a future where the world has become a paradise. The world is free, equal, and at peace. The Super Soldier Serum has been […]

Avengers #1 cover by Ed McGuinness

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of May 2nd, 2018: Avengers Assemble!

It’s time to dig through the releases of the week and see what’s worthy of your money once more. That’s right, it’s time for Comics for Your Pull Box! As always, here is the link to ComicList so you can see the full catalogue of the week’s releases. Apologies again for the lateness of this […]

Hawkeye #16 cover by Julian Totino Tedesco

Hawkeye #16 Review: A Smart and Sincere Finale for the Hawkeyes

Hawkeye Kate Bishop and Hawkeye Clint Barton are cornered and entering their final confrontation with Eden Vale and Madame Masque. Things look bleak, but Kate has a few ideas that may be just bad enough to work. Alas, Hawkeye #16 is the final installment of Kelly Thompson and Leonardo Romero’s excellent take on the series. […]



Hawkeye #13

Hawkeye #13 Review: The Two Hawkeyes Reunite!

Someone is after Hawkeye (Clint Barton), and he goes to his old protégé, Hawkeye (Kate Bishop) to Clint from the mysterious killer. Unfortunately, Hawkeye (Kate Bishop again) is more concerned with discovering what actually happened to her mother, but she may make an exception for Hawkeye if the situation is dire enough. Knowing Hawkeye (Clint […]

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Hawkeye #10 Review: When Bad Girls Wanna Have Fun, Readers Can Expect Action

Hawkeye #10 is just so much fun. It’s an action-packed story filled with great characterisation and beautiful art. This issue continues an ongoing plot wherein Madame Masque has installed herself in a clone of Kate Bishop’s body, hoping it will develop superpowers. She decides to take her stolen identity out for a night on the […]

See Leonardo Romera’s Uncolored Art From Hawkeye #1

Back in July, Bleeding Cool Editor-in-Chief and lead rumormonger Rich Johnston got the scoop on the upcoming new Hawkeye series by Kelly Thompson and Leonardo Romero. We know that he got the scoop because he wrote “Scoop!” at the beginning of that and like thirty other headlines that day after getting his spoilery mitts on a […]