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Darkhawk #51 cover by David Nakayama

Marvel Legacy Darkhawk #51 Review: A One-Shot that Lays Groundwork for More

Chris Powell hasn't been Darkhawk in almost a year. The gem that triggers his transformation remains dormant. Now an officer and engaged, he is considering giving the gem to Project P.E.G.A.S.U.S and moving on with his life. On duty, he gets a call to the amusement park where he first found the gem. What he […]

Luke Cage #167 cover by Rahzzah

Luke Cage #167 Review: Fun, If Not Especially Deep

Luke Cage awakens in a prison, not knowing his own name, life, or abilities. He doesn't know how he got there; all he knows is the bells ring and make it hard to think. The Ringmaster runs this prison, and he has designs on keeping Luke Cage there for a very long time. "Caged!" brings […]

Black Panther #167 cover by Brian Stelfreeze and Laura Martin

Black Panther #167 Review: A Complex If Questionable Explanation

Dr. Eliot Franklin, aka Thunderball of the Wrecking Crew, has wound up in jail once more. He receives a lifeline in the form of Shuri, who offers him a tentative task back in Wakanda. Black Panther needs his help in studying and tracking recent attempts to create synthetic Vibranium in the hopes of pinning down […]

She-Hulk #159 art by Mike Deodato Jr. and Marcelo Maiolo

Marvel Legacy She-Hulk #159 Review: Lunch At Burgercakes

Jen Walters, aka the She-Hulk, has found herself in a bizarre situation. She is in a restaurant called "Burgercake" with a woman she doesn't recognize. This woman claims to be interviewing Jen for a medical journal, but Jennifer doesn't remember agreeing to this. She leaves at the first opportunity, calling her friend Patsy Walker, aka […]

Invincible Iron Man #594 Review: Does Little For The Arc, But A Fun Read

Tony Stark's body has disappeared, and Ironheart, Mary Jane, and Tony's mother, Amanda, are desperate to find him. They are so desperate, in fact, that they have resorted to calling upon Victor von Doom, currently going by Iron Man as well, to help find Tony Stark. Unfortunately, the Stark Industries board are taking this as […]

All-New Wolverine #27 cover by Terry and Rachel Dodson

All-New Wolverine #27 Review: Slowest Issue In Some Time

Daken and Wolverine return to Debbie and Megan's house. Daken is hurt and still missing his arm, but he can explain to everyone what he learned about the Orphans of X and their intentions. He also warns Laura and the rest of their plans to recover the Muramasa Blade. Wolverine had sent Captain Marvel to […]

Captain Marvel #126 cover by Phil Noto

Captain Marvel #126 Review: In A Mirror, Slightly Tinted Grey

The NASA shuttle containing Captain Marvel's Alpha Flight crew just disappeared before her, leaving no trace. She finds a mysterious station with the Alpha Flight insignia, but, upon going inside, she finds a slightly different Puck, Sasquatch, and Wendy. They also call their crew Zeta Flight. They soon find themselves under attack. On a distant […]

Thanos #13 cover by Geoff Shaw and Antonio Fabela

Marvel Legacy Thanos #13 Review: Thanos Gets His Groove Back

Thanos has landed upon Chitauri Prime, seeking a new victory and new subjects after a series of disappointments. He wins with ease, and the Chitauri now kneel to him and him alone. However, there is fire in the sky, and it's burning the Chitauri warships which now serve Thanos. Who is this fire, and why […]

Royals #11 cover by Javier Rodriguez and Alvaro Lopez

Royals #11 Review: Last Stand Against The Progenitors

The Last Inhuman and the Accuser have awoken the Moon King in time for the Progenitors to arrive. It appears that doomsday has arrived at last for the two ancient beings. In the present, the Inhuman Royals have narrowly escaped death at the hands of the Progenitors. Crystal is wounded, but Maximus the Mad and […]

Silver Sable and the Wild Pack #36 cover by Mahmud Asrar and Marte Gracia

Silver Sable & The Wild Pack #36 Review: Refreshing, And The Nazis Are The Villains

A group of Symkarian Eurocentric identitarian nationalists — excuse me, I mean freaking Symkarian Nazis, because that's what they are and what that list of identifiers generally amounts to — have taken a group of immigrants hostage upon a boat. The Nazis want another of their movement released; otherwise, they will begin killing their hostages. […]

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Wolverine Starting To Ramp Up Guest Appearance Schedule Ahead Of 2018 Return

Wolverine is the best he is at what he does, and what he does is single-handedly prop up the sales of 70% of Marvel's product line by appearing in everyone else's books. Since his "death" in 2014, Marvel has been in a sales slump, but since the furry little runt finally reappeared in Marvel Legacy […]


Guardians of the Galaxy #147 cover by Aaron Kuder and Ive Svorcina

Guardians of the Galaxy #147 Review: Star-Lord And Nova Reunite

With Gamora and Ant-Man escaping from their tight situation through a last-minute gambit on Scott's part, they return to the Nova HQ to report their success. Elsewhere, Star-Lord meets up with his old friend and legendary Nova, Richard Rider. After catching up, the two go to investigate the Nova outpost which has been off the […]

X-Men Blue #15 Review: Change The Channel

Mojo is no longer simply playing with the X-Men. It is now all-out war against the mutant team. He does this while attempting to assimilate our world into the Mojoverse. The X-Men know they can't let Mojo stall them forever, so they split into two teams. One continues the fight against the forces of Mojo, […]

Thor #701 Review: The Rampage Of The Mangog

Volstagg, the War Thor, has come face to face with the Mangog in the ruins of Old Asgard. The two enter a vicious battle where neither party will yield an inch. Thunder will be called down. Blows will be exchanged. The ruins of Old Asgard will be shaken. Elsewhere, Roxxon further exploits the realm of […]

Loki. Doctor Strange #381 cover by Mike del Mundo

Marvel Legacy Doctor Strange #381 Review: Loki Supreme

There's a new Sorcerer Supreme in town, and his name is Loki Laufeyson. Having won the mantle from Stephen Strange in a yet-to-be-revealed competition, he's taking to the task with of energy. Others, such as Scarlet Witch and Thor, are apprehensive of his intentions. For Zelma Stanton, it's just another boss. He is making a […]

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 […]

Avengers #675 Review: No Surrender, Not Bad

Something has happened to the Earth. Global disasters are taking place. It's not in its usual location in the solar system. Avengers from around the world are doing everything they can to halt the emergencies spreading like an epidemic across the globe. It may not be enough, though, as things only seem to be getting […]

Falcon #2 cover by Jesus Saiz

Falcon #2 Review: The Winged Avenger Versus The Son Of Mephisto

Chicago is burning. With the death of Ortiz at the hands of rival gang leader Drey, the gangs, the citizens, and the law enforcement have turned the town into a warzone. Falcon and Patriot work to calm things down while the police stand back and watch their city crumble. However, they are only two men […]

Venom #157 cover by Mark Bagley, John Dell, and John Rauch

Venom #157 Review: The War Of Hunters Continues

Mayor Wilson Fisk has verified the existence of the dinosaur people beneath New York City, and he has charged Kraven the Hunter with putting them down. Kraven is now officially sanctioned to hunt in the catacombs, but Venom is still determined to stop him. Kraven has warned the city of Venom's presence. Unfortunately, the symbiote's […]