Brandon Mudd's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: Monkeys Fighting Robots Reviews: 8
8.5Avg. Review Rating

9
Black Cat (2019) Annual #1

Nov 14, 2019

An old-school good-time comic book that fits Stan Lee's belief that every comic book is someone's first. A great book to use an entry point into the Spider-Man universe and the Marvel Universe in general.

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8.2
Conan the Barbarian (2019) #10

Oct 30, 2019

It's easy for a book like Conan to get lost in a cycle of old stories and stereotypical barbarian banter and bloodshed, but this team seems to have not only a solid grasp on the title character but the ability to humanize its villains as well.

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9.2
Fallen (2020) #1

Apr 22, 2020

Fallen provides a new spin on an old tale and does it by infusing the story with dirt, grime, and some godly magic. Fallen is a must-read for lovers of mythology, crime dramas, or well-constructed comics.

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7.8
Nightwing (2016) Annual #2

Oct 30, 2019

NIGHTWING Annual #2 is a well-done story that introduces a bigger plot to destroy Nightwing and Batman while maintaining a personal touch intended to tug at the reader's emotions.

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8.6
Over My Dead Body #1

Jan 17, 2020

Over My Dead Body is fun. That's an odd descriptor for a story filled with murder and White Supremacists, but it fits. The plot never slows, able to move quickly due to its lack of fat, with an ending that satisfies, teasing new adventures. It's a graphic novel made for crime buffs, but one attractive to fans of superhero titles as well.

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8
ROM: Dire Wraiths #1

Jan 17, 2020

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9.6
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #100

Dec 11, 2019

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #100 has been promoted as the one TMNT book you can't miss. Believe the hype.

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7.6
The Magicians #1

Nov 7, 2019

Fans of the books and the television show will enjoy it as will Harry Potter fans who always wondered what it would be like if Hogwarts students talked the way 'real kids' talked.

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