Jaina Hill's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: Multiversity Comics Reviews: 25
7.6Avg. Review Rating

Superhero comics don't get much better than this.

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"Saga" effortlessly reminds everyone why it's one of the biggest titles on the stands.

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I had high hopes for "Dark Ride," and it absolutely exceeded them.

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A fantastic issue that goes above and beyond.

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Black Cloak is top work from a very exciting creative collaboration.

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If you were waiting for your new favorite Image Comics series, this is it.

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Pitch perfect writing and art infuse a new life into a tired premise.

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A good series gets even better. I want to see Rowell's takes on every Marvel character ever, and that's a huge compliment!

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Emma Kubert's solo debut is a quiet first issue, but the real draw is the expertly crafted artwork

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A familiar story in an underserved genre is enhanced by spectacular art.

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Some questionable art decisions can't hold back this irrepressible series.

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What could have been a run of the mill replacement superhero story finds some compelling themes to consider amidst all the clones and chaos.

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A corny goofball one-shot that gestures towards some deeper themes.

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Spooky, goth, and breezy; a seasonal treat.

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Quiet and sleekly modern, "Elles" is sure to appeal to readers tired of superhero bombast.

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An issue perfectly exemplifying the 7/10; a totally solid read.

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Beyond issues with the artwork, Strange is a fun superhero ongoing.

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A formally good first issue that manages to clear the low bar it sets for itself.

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A fun messy issue that won't change your life, but will probably make you want to read more.

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Without a stronger hook, the new "Damage Control feels like a disposable sitcom.

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A side quest that doesn't feel all that urgent, or connected to the main plot.

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Doesn't scratch the itch of playing the video game, doesn't replace that feeling with something new.

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A back-to-basics story that suffers under a totally mismatched art style.

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A team of talented creators can't put a shine on an exhausted premise.

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A fun art style isn't enough to save a muddled debut issue.

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