With the eyes of the Marvel Universe looking on a baby is born! It’s a rare occasion in the Marvel Universe, so be here for a genuine emotional event. Jessica Jones and Luke Cage’s life will never be the same again! Guest-starring the New Avengers.
Its with mixed feelings that I view these last Bendis-penned issues of The Pulse as, whilst its undeniably an impressive return to form for the creative team, I cant help but feel that their departure is going to spell the end for a book which has never really had the chance to explore the full potential of its core concept. Of course, Brian Bendis has every right to further his career by taking on a diverse range of projects, and I would never presume to dictate the direction he should be taking in comics but as a reader, its a great loss to see his tenure on the titles which produce his best work come to an end, and his energies instead channelled into projects which sadly seem less well-suited to his particular talents. That said, this final arc under Bendis looks like its going to provide a fitting swansong, and the pairing of the writer with original Alias artist Michael Gaydos really emphasises the idea that this book is a true sequel to that series. Whilst it would h Read Full Review
The sub-plot about D-man concerns another hero left too long out in the cold, and the importance of Daredevil to this tortured soul makes for a poignant scene. Ben Urichs one of the good ones. Read Full Review
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