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Image to Collect Rob Williams, Trevor Hairsine, and Travel Foreman's Cla$$war in July

Image to Collect Rob Williams, Trevor Hairsine, and Travel Foreman’s Cla$$war in July

Image Comics has announced plans to collect acclaimed indie superhero comic Cla$$war by Rob Williams, Trevor Hairsine, and Travel Foreman as a trade paperback next July. Originally published by British comic book publisher Com.x in 2002, Williams points out in a press release that the comic “feels more pertinent now” due to “liars, charlatans, and […]

Travel Foreman, Niko Henrichon Join Donny Cates’s Marvel Knights Revamp

Marvel has revealed the artists for the first two issues of an upcoming six-issue Marvel Knights revival mini-series. First announced at San Diego Comic-Con, Donny Cates will server as showrunner leading writers Tini Howard, Vita Ayala, and Matthew Rosenberg, who is by our count writing 27 concurrent series at Marvel right now, almost as many […]

Astonishing X-Men Annual #1 cover by Rod Reis

Astonishing X-Men Annual #1 Advance Review: Should the X-Men be Dark?

Jean Grey, Beast, Angel, and Iceman, the surviving members of the original X-Men, meet up for dinner to catch up. Their time is interrupted by the resurrected Professor Charles Xavier, back as “X” and inhabiting the body of Fantomex. He brings them to a new mansion he has outside the town of Lago. He claims […]


Tales of Suspense #104 cover by Yasmine Putri

Tales of Suspense #104 Review: Attack of the Ballerinas

Black Widow is commended and made a leader of this iteration of the Red Room for her apparent assassination of both Hawkeye and the Winter Soldier. Of course, both Clint and Bucky have survived and, after escaping the safe room they were left trapped within, return to their hunt for Natasha. However, Black Widow has […]

Black Widow Tales of Suspense #103 cover by Andrea Sorrentino

Tales of Suspense #103 Review: What Has Black Widow Been Up To?

Black Widow is still alive. She’s working for the Red Room again. How did this happen? What has she been doing? What does this have to do with the resurfacing of Yelena Belova and the other mysterious events happening around the Winter Soldier and Hawkeye? Tales of Suspense #103 departs from following Hawkeye and Winter Soldier […]

Tales of Suspense #102 cover by Yasmine Putri

Tales of Suspense #102 Review: Poor Plotting, but the Chemistry Saves it

Tales of Suspense #102 kicks off with the Winter Solider and Hawkeye taking former Black Widow Yelena Belova back to her apartment for interrogation. Once the questioning proves unfruitful, they tail her to her next location. Things don’t go as planned, though. Clint and Bucky must chase down other leads to discover if Natasha Romanoff […]

Black Panther Ultimates #1 cover by Kenneth Rocafort

5 Days of Black Panther, Day 5: New Avengers, Ultimates, and Secret Wars

Before arriving at the current Black Panther series, we are going to take a look back at a couple of teams he enjoyed before the newest series under Ta-Nehisi Coates. From my personal experience, I had actually become more interested in T’Challa after reading about him in Al Ewing’s Ultimates and Ultimates Squared. Jonathan Hickman’s […]

Tales of Suspense #101 cover by Andrea Sorrentino

Tales of Suspense #101 Review: Great Character Interactions and High Action

Tales of Suspense #101 opens with the Winter Soldier and Hawkeye narrowly survive an explosion. Clint thinks it was the work of the Black Widow. Bucky doesn’t believe it. The two return to New York and link up with an old S.H.I.E.L.D contact who verifies that there is another player in the spy game taking […]

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Top Marvel Comics of 2017 #4: Ultimates Squared #9 by Al Ewing and Travel Foreman

Ultimates by Al Ewing, Kenneth Rocafort, and, later, Travel Foreman was easily one of the best comics to come out of All-New, All-Different Marvel. Right out of the gate, this book presented a great team of heroes out to solve the biggest and most existential problems in the universe. The starting project was curing Galactus of its hunger, and that is […]

Tales of Suspense #100 cover by Marco Checchetto

Tales of Suspense #100 Review: The Bromance to Die for

Clint Barton is following a ghost. Former Hydra agents and generally bad people have wound up dead. The kills and the targets point to one person: Natasha Romanova, aka the Black Widow. As is the Hawkeye way, this has led Clint into trouble. He’s run afoul of those same bad people and wound up in […]

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Ultimates Squared #100 Review: Hope Springs Eternal

Ultimates Squared #100 from Marvel Comics by Al Ewing, Travel Foreman, Filipe Andrade, Marco Lorenzana, Scott Hanna and Dan Brown with Matt Yackey brings to a conclusion Ewing’s long-running plot that has run through numerous iterations of the series, and connections through his other works at Marvel. In fact, it’s fair to say Ewing has […]

Ultimates Squared #9 Review: Literal Existential Crisis

With the Eternity Watch united by Galactus. It is time for a showdown with Logos, the unity of Chaos and Order. Logos has met up with the death celestials sent into Eternity by the First Firmament, and they are having a war room meeting within the Superflow. The Maker (Ultimate Reed Richards) and High Evolutionary […]


Civil War II: Spider-Man By Gage And Foreman Announced At C2E2

Announced at the Diamond Retailer Breakfast ahead of C2E2 this morning, the second spin-off series of Civil War II, to follow Civil War II: X-Men, will be Civil War II: Spider-Man, launching in June, and by Christos Gage and Travel Foreman with covers from Khary Randolph. And it looks like he has divided loyalties on […]

The Death-Defying Dr. Mirage Is Coming To Comic Shops – Preview

On September 3rd we see the debut of Valiant’s new five-issue series The Death-Defying Dr. Mirage in two different formats. We have an extended preview of the standard format by Jen Van Meter and Roberto De La Torre with a cover by Travel Foreman. But we also have some pages from the Plus Edition that […]

Steve Pugh Back On Animal Man At DC Comics

When Steve Pugh drew Animal Man in the nineties,written by Jamie Delano, it was some of the best work of his life. Page after page with ink and paint piled up in a topographical fashion, creating rich, layered characters and experiences. It must have taken every second Steve Pugh had, and may have driven him […]