Ta-Nehisi Coates


LATE: Deadpool #4 Slips From February to March 2020

LATE: Deadpool #4 Slips From February to March 2020

We’re used to the likes of Shazam, Doomsday Clock, Captain America, Batman Vs Ra’s Al Ghul, Tony Stark: Iron Man and Fantastic Four being late. But Deadpool is a bit of a new one. Nevertheless that is what we have now, with Deadpool #4 by Kelly Thompson and Chris Bachalo, solicited for the 19th of […]



Captain America #3 cover by Alex Ross

Captain America #3 Review: A Solid Story Low on Personality

Sharon Carter is on a mysterious ride with men claiming to work for Thunderbolt Ross. Things take a turn when she discovers the truth. Meanwhile, Captain America investigates the town where the Nuke soldiers are being created. It was a once-impoverished town revitalized by Hydra, and Zeke Stane is now creating a Nuke army in […]


Black Panther #3 cover by Daniel Acuna

Black Panther #3 Review: Recreating the Legend in the Depths of Space

N’Yami and Nakia discuss the legend of T’Challa, the Black Panther, as N’Yami believes that the true T’Challa is among the Maroons. Later, T’Challa and Nakia go to retrieve a cargo shipment on the top of a mountain on a planet. Before long, the forces of the Wakandan Empire attack this Maroon installation. The Maroons […]

Captain America #2 cover by Alex Ross

Captain America #2 Review: The Mind of the Legend

Captain America reflects on the day he received the Super Soldier Serum as he continues his crusade against the brigade of Nukes that are spreading chaos across the United States. After putting down another attack, Thunderbolt Ross arrives to tell the Captain to stand down. Steve refuses, and Ross begins making veiled threats. Later, Steve […]

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 […]

Captain America #1 cover by Alex Ross

Captain America #1 Review: Promising New Chapter for the Legend

A prisoner is broken out of a Hydra transport in Russia, and the ensuing fight leaves none of the Hydra agents alive. Back in the States, an armed terrorist group modeled after Nuke attacks in Washington D.C. Captain America and the Winter Soldier answer this threat, saving as many lives as they can. However, even […]

Black Panther #2 cover by Daniel Acuna

Black Panther #2 Review: T’Challa Meets Star Wars

T’Challa is now a member of the Maroons, a rebellion movement attempting to overthrow the Wakandan Empire. T’Challa, Nakia, and M’Baku lead an assault on a Wakandan installation called the Shango Array. There is more resistance than expected, and Nakia intends to pull out. However, T’Challa pushes ahead and attempts to take on the fleet […]

Jordan White: No Current Plans for Ta-Nehisi Coates and Jen Bartel’s Storm Series

Marvel media partner CBR brought back their X-Men interview column, X-Position, today, with ukulele-wearing, fedora-playing new X-editor Jordan White, and while most of the interview featured white giving less than concrete answers to fan questions, he did drop one interesting information. The planned Storm series by Ta-Nehisi Coates and Jen Bartel appears to be on […]

Black Panther #1 cover by Daniel Acuna

Black Panther #1 Review: Panthers in Space Makes for Good Reading

We learn of an off-shoot of the Wakandan nation that left split off and left for space millennia ago. They have spread across the stars and become one of the most powerful forces in the universe. T’Challa awakens on an alien spaceship with the voice of Ororo Munroe in his ears. The Black Panther finds […]



Black Panther #172 cover by Chris Sprouse, Karl Story, and Matt Milla

Black Panther #172 Review: The Arc Ends on a High Note

The Adversary has arrived in Wakanda, and it’s up to a coordinated effort from Wakanda’s greatest warriors, led by Black Panther, Shuri, and Storm, to save the nation from this great and ancient evil. Will their best be enough to win the day? This arc of Black Panther succeeds in delivering a satisfying finale despite […]

Captain America #700 cover by Chris Samnee and Matthew Wilson

Captain America #700 Review: The Landmark Issue Captain America Deserves

Captain America was made the leader of New America, and the role of leadership over a nation has proven among the most challenging for Steve Rogers. Other countries try to take advantage of the turmoil, and there are remnants of Rampart still fighting in pockets. Bruce Banner and Liang have a potential solution for the […]

Black Panther #171 cover by Brian Stelfreeze and Laura Martin

Black Panther #171 Review: T’Challa Finally Reaches the Klaw

Okoye interrogates Asira for what she knows about the Klaw and the Originators. She’s willing and feels guilt over what she has done to Wakanda. Meanwhile, Black Panther confronts the Klaw and his allies on the field of battle at long last. Black Panther #171 finally reaches the climax of “Avengers of the New World,” […]

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 […]

Rise of the Black Panther #3 cover by Brian Stelfreeze

Rise of the Black Panther #3 Review: Good Ideas Drowned Out by Text Walls

Rise of the Black Panther #3 takes place shortly after Black Panther invited the Fantastic Four to Wakanda in the classic Fantastic Four #52-53. The world is reeling from the revelation of a new nation that is far more advanced than any other state on the planet. The UN Security Council is invited to Wakanda […]