Brandon Guerrero's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: Comicsverse Reviews: 6
8.8Avg. Review Rating

9.0
Amazing Spider-Man (2015) Annual #1

Nov 24, 2016

A diverse collaborative team comes together to offer us three distinctly creative stories of Spider-man around the world. Each story offers a nice look into different parts of the Spiderman universe, which comes beautifully together.

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6.7
Beowulf #1

Dec 14, 2016

One can tell how much of Garca and Rubn's passion is put into this narrative. It is as though they filled the pages with their own blood. I'm honestly not sure if another visual translation of Beowulf can come as close to bringing this tale to life as theirs has. It's dark, gross, and messy just like we'd want it to be. It builds a quintessential end to the saga that is Beowulf's heroics. One can hope that they'll continue to produce more epic and true works like they did with BEOWULF.

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9.4
Harbinger: Renegade #1

Nov 16, 2016

How will they deal with both Harada and the new threat? What new abilities do you think we'll see? Comment below with your thoughts!

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8.4
Hawkeye (2016) #1

Dec 13, 2016

Kate Bishop gets her own sassy, muscular ab-filled solo comic. Thompson and Romero create a fun look into the beginning of Kate's career in private investigating while she also manages to fight crime on the side.

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9.3
Superman (2016) Annual #1

Dec 1, 2016

What do you think about the inclusion of characters who aren't really utilized to their potential, like that of Swamp Thing? Are there any other characters in the DC canon that you'd like to see appear in SUPERMAN? Share your thoughts in the comments below!

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10
Who Killed Kurt Cobain? #1

Nov 9, 2016

Not only do I recommend that all fans of Nirvana check out this graphic novel, but I believe they should do so while listening to the entire Nirvana discography. It will take you on a journey through the distressed mind of one of music's most troubled artists.

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