Joe Skonce's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: Multiversity Comics Reviews: 9
8.0Avg. Review Rating

8.3
Doctor Strange (2018) #19

Sep 16, 2019

While the ending felt rushed, "Doctor Strange" #19 is an excellent jumping-on point for new readers, featuring a compelling personal conflict and some excellent art of the world of magic.

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8.8
Dungeons & Dragons: Legends Of Baldur's Gate #1

Nov 11, 2019

Jim Zub captures the unique energy of playing a tabletop RPG and at the end of the day, that's what you want from a Dungeons and Dragons comic.

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8.4
Gwenpool Strikes Back #3

Oct 14, 2019

"Gwenpool Strikes Back" #3 is a meta comic that felt fresh and original, and was a whole lot of fun to read. Highly recommended!

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7.8
Jim Henson's The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance #1

Sep 30, 2019

"Jim Henson's The Dark Crystal Age of Resistance" #1 features impressive artwork that showcases the beauty and terror of Thra, while featuring a story compelling enough to continue reading.

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8.6
Jughead's Time Police #5

Nov 4, 2019

"Jughead's Time Police" #5 is a lighthearted take on the alternate timeline story that allows both the author and artist to have a lot of fun exploring all the different worlds of the Archie Universe.

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7.6
Star Trek: Year Five #6

Sep 23, 2019

"Star Trek Year Five" #6 delivers an issue that feels like classic Trek, featuring a decent mystery and a solid Klingon standoff.

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8.4
Superman's Pal Jimmy Olsen (2019) #4

Oct 21, 2019

Fraction and Company tell a convincing story of a man slowly losing grip on reality while capturing the art and tone of a silver age comic.

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8.7
Tommy Gun Wizards #3

Oct 28, 2019

An exciting story that is elevated by the artistic team's amazing depiction of dark magic.

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5.6
WWE: Smackdown #1

Oct 7, 2019

A decent, if ultimately forgettable, comic that invokes the nostalgia of a Saturday morning cartoon.

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