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Greg Rucka and Mike Perkins Launch a Lois Lane Series in June

In a shocking event that is sure to send ripples of envy throughout the world of comics journalism, Bleeding Cool Rumourmonger-in-Chief Rich Johnston has obtained and posted the full DC Comics May solicitations catalog before they’ve been “officially” released. “It’s gettin’ bloody harder to sneak into the DC Comics offices while dressed as a potted […]

Matt Fraction and Steve Lieber’s Jimmy Olsen Series Confirmed by DC May Solicits

In a shocking event that is sure to send ripples of envy throughout the world of comics journalism, Bleeding Cool Rumourmonger-in-Chief Rich Johnston has obtained and posted the full DC Comics May solicitations catalog before they’ve been “officially” released. “It’s gettin’ bloody harder to sneak into the DC Comics offices while dressed as a potted […]

Green Lanterns #51 cover by Mike Perkins and Wil Quintana

Green Lanterns #51 Review: A Surprisingly Bleak Turn for Simon and Jess

A planet called Panelo is under attack, and its Green Lantern is unable to stop the assault. A Guardian has died in the Green Lanterns’ own home base, and Jessica Cruz, Simon Baz, Guy Gardner, Kyle Rayner, nor the other Guardians of the Universe know how this could have happened. Worse yet, Guy and Kilowog […]

Green Lanterns #50 cover by Mike Perkins and Wil Quintana

Green Lanterns #50 Review: Frustratingly Vague but Still Fun

A Guardian of the Universe detects something during his meditation. Green Lantern Corps Leader John Stewart answers a distress call to find a far larger threat than he could have anticipated. Guy Gardner and Kilowog make a similarly startling discovery on another distress call. The remaining Guardians of the Universe sense something dangerous on the […]

Green Lanterns Annual #1 cover by Mike Perkins and Andy Troy

Green Lanterns Annual #1 Review: Rings Don’t Help with Public Speaking

Green Lanterns Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz have been called to give a speech to honor the legendary Lost Lantern of the Vaiker System, one of the earliest species to be inducted into the Green Lantern Corps. The Vaiker home planet is long gone, and the Corps hold this in the honor of the Lost […]

Dan Jurgens and Mike Perkins Stake Claim on Green Lanterns in July

So imagine that you’re Dan Jurgens, you’re cruising along Comic Book Boulevard, happily writing a well-received run on Action Comics at DC, when, out of nowhere, Marvel Comics’ superstar writer “The Great One” Brian Bendis just decides that he wants to write Superman because he went to a Superman exhibit at the Cleveland Library of […]

Daredevil #600 cover by Dan Mora and Romulo Fajardo Jr.

Daredevil #600 Review: A Climactic Twist to ‘Mayor Fisk’

Daredevil and his allies assemble to spy on Mayor Fisk’s criminal allies in the hopes of gaining enough information to depose the Kingpin. Things don’t go quite as planned, and Daredevil leaves to confront Wilson Fisk once again. Elsewhere, Blindspot’s battle with Muse is complicated by Sam’s connection with the Hand returning to haunt him. […]

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of 03/28/18

Comics for Your Pull Box, Week of March 28th, 2018: Dark Doomsday Metal Clock

It’s time for the Comics for Your Pull Box! We actually have a pretty packed lineup this week, so let’s go ahead and get started. Animosity #13 Marguerite Bennett and Rafael de Latorre‘s Animosity has been on of AfterShock’s best series since it started. The current arc is rising to a fever pitch as the farmers, the hive, and […]

Black Panther Annual #1 cover by Daniel Acuna

Black Panther Annual #1 Review: A Celebration of King T’Challa

Three tales of the Black Panther are brought to the table. Everett K. Ross is captured by Hatut Zeraze after a Wakandan courier with potentially world-altering technology is killed in Brooklyn. In the second story, Black Panther searches the harsh mountains of Wakanda for the heart-shaped herb which grants the power of the Black Panther. […]


Iron fist #77 cover by Jeff Dekal

Iron Fist #77 Review: The Epic Finale to Sabretooth Round Two

The Sparrow continues her bitter duel with Choshin, as Sabretooth and the Rat of Twelve Plagues maul one another. Things begin to look truly grim for K’un-Lun until the Iron Fist returns with more ferocious back-up. With Iron Fist #77, we conclude “Sabretooth: Round Two,” and it’s a bombastic conclusion to the arc. Though this […]

Iron Fist #76 cover by Jeff Dekal

Iron Fist #76 Review: The Battle of K’un-Lun

Iron Fist and Sabretooth have arrived at K’un-Lun to find the city under siege by Choshin and the forces of Liu-Shi. The two dive into the chaos and the new Yu-Ti of K’un-Lun, Sparrow, engages Choshin in fierce battle. The climax to “Sabretooth: Round Two” begins with this issue, with Danny and Sabretooth stopping the […]

Iron Fist #75 cover by Jeff Dekal

Iron Fist #75 Review: The New Serpent Society Strikes

It’s mayhem between the three factions of Iron Fist and Sabretooth, Choshin’s forces, and the new Serpent Society. Sabretooth has his eyes set on the replacement Constrictor, whose predecessor was a close friend and associate of Victor Creed. Danny is more concerned with keeping the Book of the Iron Fist out the hands of Choshin. […]

Iron Fist #74 cover by Jeff Dekal

Iron Fist #74 Review: Aww, Sabretooth Does Care!

Upon searching his grave, Sabretooth and Iron Fist learn that the Constrictor is indeed still dead. This means that the Constrictor that stole the Book of the Iron Fist is someone who took the costume and identity. To learn who, the two go to the Bar with No Name, a notorious hideout for lowlifes and […]

Marvel Legacy – Iron Fist #73 Review: Fists, Claws, And Tentacles

Liu-Shi continues their relentless hunt of Daniel Rand, wielder of the Iron Fist of K’un Lun. Meanwhile, the Iron Fist himself plans his return to the immortal city of his power’s origin. Unfortunately, a bump in the road towards that goal arises, and he must turn to an unexpected source for help… Much like Marvel […]

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Iron Fist #7 Review: They Should Make A Show About This

Shang Chi, the Master of Kung Fu, has been taken over by the powerful Seer, who has been paid to kill the Iron Fist. Shang is an even more skilled martial artist than Danny Rand himself, and this puts the Iron Fist in great danger of being killed by one of his oldest allies. Danny […]

Iron Fist #6 Review- The Living Weapon And The Master Of Kung Fu

As his plane lands in Vancouver International Airport, Danny is still recovering from his time on Liu-Shi. He spots some suspicious figures on the runway, and they attack the plane, giving it a rough landing. Iron Fist busts out of the hull and begins defending the passengers from the assailants. They tell Danny that they […]


Iron Fist #5 Review: A Masterpiece Of A Kung Fu Comic

After surviving two more challengers, Iron Fist and the Rabbit of Holy Flame confront the high council of Liu-Shi on the murder of Hark. The two tell them that it was Choshin instead of Danny. However, the Wolf cares little of this affair and only wants to finally challenge the Iron Fist in one-on-one combat. […]