REVIEW: The Uncanny Inhumans #0

(Marvel Comics, 2015)

Written by Charles Soule
Pencils by Steve McNiven
Inks by Jay Leisten
Color Artwork by Justin Ponsor

Long live the king! Blackagar Boltagon is back! In a big way as this new Inhumans series kicks off in extremely exciting fashion. Continue reading

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REVIEW: ‘Death of Wolverine’ #4

(Marvel Comics, 2014)

Written by Charles Soule
Pencils by Steve McNiven
Inks by Jay Leisten
Color Artwork by Justin Ponsor

Let me begin by assuring anyone who hasn’t read the issue yet that I have done my absolute best to avoid any and all spoilers, so read on True Believers. Continue reading

REVIEW: “Guardians of the Galaxy” #2

(Marvel Comics, 2013)

Review by Shawn Warner

WRITTEN BY:  Brian Michael Bendis
PENCILS BY:  Steve McNiven & Sara Pichelli
INKS BY:  John Dell, Mark Morales, Steve McNiven & Sara Pichelli
COLOR ARTWORK BY:  Justin Ponsor
LETTERING BY:  VC’s Cory Petit

In the skies above London, England the Guardians have engaged the Badoon in fierce battle. A squadron of Badoon ships surrounds and fire upon the lone Guardians spacecraft while they are busy on board tending to Tony Starks battle damaged armor. He cannot even contact the other Avengers because the entire region’s communication lines are down as well as his armor’s communication system. Continue reading

REVIEW: “Guardians of the Galaxy” #1

(Marvel Comics, 2013)

Review by Shawn Warner

WRITER:  Brian Michael Bendis
PENCILS:  Steve McNiven
INKS:  John Dell
COLORS:  Justin Ponsor

Peter Jason Quill aka Star-Lord is Han Solo channeling James T. Kirk in the guise of a young Brad Pitt. His smouldering blue eyes gaze out from beneath a mop of disheveled blonde hair but under his boyish good looks and devil-may-care demeanor beats the heart of a true hero. He is both larger than life and down to Earth. Men want to be him and women (of all species) want to be with him. Guardians of the Galaxy #1 wastes no time in establishing Peter Jason Quill as an interstellar ladies man. Continue reading