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aceraxon reviewed Immortal Hulk #2 Jul 17, 2018
8.5

The first issue was total shit, but this issue was actually pretty good. I liked it all around. I was the interior artwork was just a tad darker, but overall pretty nice.

Immortal Hulk #2

By: Al Ewing, Joe Bennett
Released: Jul 4, 2018

A random small-town tragedy. A mystery illness that spreads with grief. A green glow on a lonely mountain. Three puzzle pieces that fit together to make a nightmare. And the only mind on Earth than can connect them up...belongs to the Immortal Hulk.
Rated T+

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aceraxon reviewed Immortal Hulk #1 Jul 17, 2018
2.0

The art was ok, the rest, just awful.

Immortal Hulk #1

By: Al Ewing, Joe Bennett
Released: Jun 6, 2018

HORROR HAS A NAME.
You'd never notice the man. He doesn't like to be noticed. He's quiet. Calm. Never complains. If someone were to walk up and shoot him in the head... all he'd do is die.
Until night falls. And someone else gets up again.
The man's name is Banner.
The horror is THE IMMORTAL HULK.
Rated T+

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aceraxon rated Farmhand #1 Jul 17, 2018
8.5

Farmhand #1

By: Rob Guillory
Released: Jul 11, 2018

Jedidiah Jenkins is a farmer-but his cash crop isn't corn or soy. Jed grows fast-healing, plug-and-play human organs. Lose a finger? Need a new liver? He's got you covered. Unfortunately, strange produce isn't the only thing Jed's got buried. Deep in the soil of the Jenkins Family Farm, something dark has taken root, and it's beginning to bloom.

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aceraxon rated X-23 #1 Jul 17, 2018
8.5

X-23 #1

By: Mariko Tamaki, Juan Cabal
Released: Jul 11, 2018

Cloned from a warrior, raised as a killer, Laura Kinney has gone through hell and come out the other side a hero. After a stint as the All-New Wolverine, she returns to her roots as X-23 to make sure no one ever has to go through the horrors she did. With her sister Gabby and their pet Jonathan in tow, X-23 forges her own destiny in this new series...

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aceraxon reviewed DIE!DIE!DIE! #1 Jul 17, 2018
4.0

Not sure what there is to be excited about. I mean, the artwork is pretty good, but not amazing. The gore is over the top and un-appealing. Works better in the black-and-white frames of The Walking Dead. Full color it just becomes overwashed everything doused in tomatoes. The writing was just poor. Nothing I liked about it. The story felt very uninspired. I feel like it was just Robert cat more

DIE!DIE!DIE! #1

By: Scott M. Gimple, Chris Burnham
Released: Jul 11, 2018

SUPRISE RELEASE! Robert Kirkman’s latest release from Image Comics, Die!Die!Die!. Blood will flow, Bullets will fly and the mayhem will never end, Die!Die!Die! brings all the action you could ever want

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aceraxon reviewed X-Men: Red Annual #1 Jun 2, 2018
1.5

The art is uneven, Jean Grey half the time looks like she has a man's body, I just don't understand what's going on there. The dialogue is about the most awful garbage I've ever seen. I mean, seriously, stop and read it out loud. Read the interaction between Logan and Jean and see how awful it is. It makes no sense, she just comes off like a jerk.

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X-Men: Red Annual #1

By: Tom Taylor, Pascal Alixe
Released: May 30, 2018

After Resurrection. Before Red. Jean Grey was reborn in a world that had changed. Her friends and family had lived lives. Some had lost lives. This is Jean's story of catching up losses and triumphs. Reconnecting with old colleagues, grieving for those lots, and meeting family members she didn't know existed.
Rated T+

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Forge reviewed X-Men: Red Annual #1 May 30, 2018
2.0

This book tastes like virtue signaling and bad writing.

I usually have pretty low expectations for annual issues, and Tom Taylor managed to live down to my expectations in every way. The thing most people will focus on is the terrible hot dog line. I think back to the classic 70's and 80's books written by Chris Claremont (the all time best X-Men writer) and how he dealt with bigotry. H more

X-Men: Red Annual #1

By: Tom Taylor, Pascal Alixe
Released: May 30, 2018

After Resurrection. Before Red. Jean Grey was reborn in a world that had changed. Her friends and family had lived lives. Some had lost lives. This is Jean's story of catching up losses and triumphs. Reconnecting with old colleagues, grieving for those lots, and meeting family members she didn't know existed.
Rated T+

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The 20-issue Ceiling - Jun 14, 2018

I haven't read this yet but I feel like this a problem most writing falls into today, so I definitely relate to your complaints.

The-MJP - Aug 7, 2018

"no one's that bigoted" . - ever been to 4chan?

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