Paul Mounts


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 […]

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 […]


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, […]

Batman #50 cover by Mikel Janin

Advance Review: Batman #50 – Profoundly Unsatisfying [Spoiler-Free]

The day of Batman and Catwoman’s wedding has arrived at last, and the two gather their witnesses and a judge to marry them off at dawn on a rooftop in downtown Gotham. While they prepare, Bruce and Selina individually reminisce about their times together, each other, and how their relationship has developed over the years. […]

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 […]

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 […]

Enchanted Chest, Oothar the Blue, and Wormwood Saga Collections: Lion Forge May 2018 Solicits

Enchanted Chest and Oothar the Blue are released in hardcover releases, and Wormwood Saga Vol. 1 gets a release. Plus, the Catalyst Prime family of titles continue their superhero packed-action. All this comes courtesy of Lion Forge’s May 2018 solicits. More details below. CATALYST PRIME ACCELL #10 MAR181763 (W) Joe Casey (A) Damion Scott, Robert Campanella, Sigmund Torre (CA) ChrisCross, Paul Mounts […]

Defenders #7 cover by David Marquez and Justin Ponsor

Defenders #7 Review: Fun, Whip-Smart, And Gorgeous High Action

Defenders #7 from Marvel Comics by Brian Michael Bendis, David Marquez, Justin Ponsor, Paul Mounts, and Cory Petit, continues the run on the street-level gang of New York heroes. They struggle against the rising gang war for New York as hands left and right fight to fill the void left by the Kingpin. The book […]

Inhumans Finally Feel Vibrant And Different: Inhumans Prime Review

It’s no secret that whilst I have been enjoying the Inhumans titles as a reader, I have not been a fan of how they have been set up thematically within the Marvel Universe of late. There were too many inconsistencies that made it hard to see the Inhumans as big time heroes, as it was […]

NYCC 2014: Writing And Penciling: Storytelling

Christine Marie Vinciquarra writes for Bleeding Cool: I arrived at the Writing and Penciling: Storytelling panel a half hour before it began, and to my surprise, it was already filled to the brim with aspiring writers/artists. Energetic host, Buddy Scalera started his introductions fifteen minutes before the scheduled start time which caused a bit of […]