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allenquanobi reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #1 Apr 27, 2022
8.0

Pretty good start, lots of ppl r gonna be mad at the ending, but it’s an ongoing. Give it a chance. And also, the most shocking thing: JRJR’s art in this wasn’t bad. Recent JRJR art has been so bad (I’m a fan of JRJR especially his old art in Spidey and Daredevil, so don’t assume I’m a hater), if you don’t believe me, look at his action comics. But here, it’s actually good. Ho more

Amazing Spider-Man #1

By: Zeb Wells, John Romita Jr.
Released: Apr 27, 2022

Peter's on the outs with the FF. He's on the outs with the Avengers. He's on the outs with Aunt May! No one wants to see Spider-Man - except for Doctor Octopus. Ock's on Spider-Man's tail and the Master Planner has something truly terrible planned for when he gets his tentacles on Spidey. All that, and what does Tombstone have planned? Just in time...

allenquanobi reviewed Nightwing #90 Mar 15, 2022
9.0

I'm seeing a lot of reviews bash Taylor for not having an over arching story and just adding filler. It's like people have never read comics before the 2000s. If you read anything from the Silver Age, Bronze Age, or even the early Modern Age, almost every series had filler issues and one off issues. A lot of the time, these issues were among the best since they were easy to read and allowed the more

Nightwing #90

By: Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo
Released: Mar 16, 2022

A Nightwing and Wally West story, part 1 of 2! When it's easier to go buy bagels as Nightwing than as Dick Grayson because everyone is either trying to get him for his money or kill him for the price on his head, Nightwing realizes he'll need to enlist the help of his Teen Titan friends as his bodyguards, and the first to volunteer is of course his...

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allenquanobi - Mar 16, 2022

Im not gonna change ur mind, I just stated my opinion and reaction. You feel free to believe what you want and gatekeeper. All I can say is boy am I glad u are not an editor or writer at any comic book company

hector Hammond - Mar 16, 2022

Gald that we have the same opinion about each other. if you like decompressed watery humour filler than Hat's off to you i guess terrible books have their own audience. farewell.

allenquanobi reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #91 Mar 2, 2022
7.5

the story's fun, but the art is such an issue here. Sara Pichelli is amazingly talented, her work on Miles Spider-Man is some of the best art in modern comics. She also gets the excuse of losing her main colorist Justin Ponsor, which is a tragedy. However, her art in this issue just looks insanely lazy. The art also feels so rushed, and this is where most people would say that's because of the more

Amazing Spider-Man #91

By: Kelly Thompson, Sara Pichelli
Released: Mar 2, 2022

Look for more information on this title in future issues of Marvel Previews.

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allenquanobi - Mar 3, 2022

ah I see, thanks for clarifying, I don't want to thrash an artist b/c of an injury. The switching art still is an issue for me though

Kalaoui - Mar 3, 2022

Yeah It's an old injury and not recent but her art has never been the same since that happened. She does not use it as an excuse but it hurts to see since as you said she is very talented. I agree with you that the art switcheroo midway was not good. I wish they get one artist per issue or put her on projects that won't come out until the art is finished.

allenquanobi reviewed Iron Man #16 Jan 27, 2022
8.5

Reed's one liner made this entire issue worth it, despite it already being good. Probably one of the better Iron Man series we've gotten since Fraction's run

Iron Man #16

By: Christopher Cantwell, Julius Ohta
Released: Jan 26, 2022

IRON MAN'S COSMIC TRANSFORMATION CONTINUES!
The Iron God arrives back on Earth, intent on making his homeworld a better place for all. Finally, Tony Stark has the power to realize all of his best ideas and intentions...but perhaps the Power Cosmic might enable his ego in ways never seen before. It's up to his mortal allies to decide: Is the Iro...

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allenquanobi reviewed Human Target #4 Jan 25, 2022
10

One of the best series out right now

Human Target #4

By: Tom King, Greg Smallwood
Released: Jan 26, 2022

With eight days left to solve his own murder, Christopher Chance tracks down his next suspect. His murderer couldn’t be Blue Beetle…could it?

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allenquanobi reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #86 Jan 20, 2022
9.0

If Wells can keep this kind of story telling when Peter comes back, his run with JRJR should be great. This entire Beyond era has done a lot for me in wanting to read Spider-Man again after Spencer's elongated run. I think I read somewhere that Ben Reilly will have his own series in Hollywood, I'd be fascinated to read that. This is the best treatment he's gotten in his entire character history more

Amazing Spider-Man #86

By: Zeb Wells, Mike Dowling
Released: Jan 19, 2022

• This is one of those comics that you will remember for years to come.
•  Ben Reilly has been shaken to the core, and you will be too.

RATED T+

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allenquanobi reviewed Devil's Reign #1 Dec 8, 2021
8.5

It's like Civil War, but much better.

Devil's Reign #1

By: Chip Zdarsky, Marco Checchetto
Released: Dec 8, 2021

The story that's been building for years is here! Wilson Fisk went from Kingpin to Mayor of the biggest city in America and is going to bring his full criminal and political power to bear on the super heroes who call NYC home. The man who once destroyed Daredevil has set his sights on The Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Captain America, Spider-Man, Jessi...

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allenquanobi reviewed Inferno #3 Dec 8, 2021
10

Status: currently depressed that Hickman X-Men is almost over.
This is by far the best treatment the X-Men have gotten in years. The Hickman era from HoX/PoX to X of Swords to this has been just amazing story telling on his part. It's such a shame it is coming to an end soon

Inferno #3

By: Jonathan Hickman, R. B. Silva
Released: Dec 8, 2021

NIMROD STRIKES!
Krakoa's troubles don't attack one at a time. Jonathan Hickman reunites with his POWERS OF X collaborator R.B. Silva for the penultimate chapter of his X-Swan Song.
RATED T+

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allenquanobi reviewed Human Target #2 Dec 5, 2021
9.5

Shaping up to be one of my favorite King miniseries. The dialogue reads like a noir movie, which is clearly the vibe from the visuals as well from Smallwood. It all really comes together perfectly as a nice set up to the characters of the story as well as setting up its mystery as well. King continues to nail his miniseries.

Human Target #2

By: Tom King, Greg Smallwood
Released: Dec 1, 2021

Christopher Chance now has 11 days to solve his own murder. With almost no leads, it would seem the case of his own death has gone cold…but it’s about to get a whole lot colder. Enter Ice, former member of Justice League International, arriving at Chance’s office with some unexpected information…and mysterious intentions.

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10

Wow. This might be Jimenez's best art in my opinion. Every page of this book looks like art that should be hung up in a museum. You can spend hours just pouring over the detail of the art on each page. The story is very good and cool as well, an origin for the Amazons. Honestly, they should just delay the book even more if the art needs time to look like this. One of the best comics of the y more

Wonder Woman Historia: The Amazons #1

By: Kelly Sue DeConnick, Phil Jimenez
Released: Dec 1, 2021

The wait is over, and the entire story of the Amazons can finally be told! Millennia ago, Queen Hera and the goddesses of the Olympian pantheon grew greatly dissatisfied with their male counterparts…and far from their sight, they put a plan into action. A new society was born, one never before seen on Earth, capable of wondrous and terrible thing...

allenquanobi reviewed Venom #1 Nov 10, 2021
9.0

Really liked this issue. After the Cates run, I was worried that whoever was gonna take the reigns wouldn't be able to live up to the hype. Ewing and Ram V really start the series off on a high note. Love the focus on Dylan and how he is different than Eddie. I love the two stories of Eddie and Dylan about them being apart and how it affects each other. It's just a great starting point. My m more

Venom #1

By: Al Ewing, Bryan Hitch
Released: Nov 10, 2021

AN EPIC NEW ERA FOR THE SINISTER SYMBIOTE STARTS HERE! Hot off the heels of VENOM #200 and EXTREME CARNAGE, we’re closing out 2021 with one of the most ambitious books in symbiote history – an all-new VENOM from some of comics’ greatest talents! Marvel mainstay AL EWING, who himself has just ended a character-redefining run on IMMORTAL HULK, ...

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allenquanobi reviewed Eternals #7 Nov 10, 2021
8.5

I feel like this series is underrated and not talked about enough. Gillen deserves a lot of credit and praise for what he's doing with this series. He's quietly writing one of the best ongoings at Marvel currently in my opinion. Ribic is as good as ever as well. Consistently great writing, story, art. It's really everything you want in an ongoing.

Eternals #7

By: Kieron Gillen, Esad Ribic
Released: Nov 10, 2021

NEW ARC! NEW JUMPING-ON POINT! MORE THANOS! The Eternals have learned the truth of their existence. Their society is in shambles. Who can lead them? Who is the visionary that can lead them from the ashes? And how did they take the throne? Hail Thanos the Mad Titan, Eternal Prime.  

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allenquanobi reviewed Dark Knights of Steel #1 Nov 2, 2021
9.0

I think I'm at a point where DC limited series and black label stuff seems to work a lot more for me than their ongoings. The only ongoings I have right now are Superman Son of Kal El and Nightwing, both written by Taylor (hint hint to my likability towards the man's writing). For me, Tom Taylor feels like the best DC writer in ages. He understands nearly every character that he writes, so each more

Dark Knights of Steel #1

By: Tom Taylor, Yasmine Putri
Released: Nov 3, 2021

An entire medieval world will be forever changed when a spaceship crash-lands from a doomed planet. Monarchs will die, kingdoms will rise, and what seemed the end of the world for many…was only the beginning! An epic high-fantasy story set in a DC Universe where nothing is what it seems… From worldwide bestselling writer Tom Taylor (DCeased, S...

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allenquanobi reviewed X-Men #4 Oct 14, 2021
7.5

It’s a fine issue. I don’t like change in artists in a series, but this was serviceable. What I do have a problem with is I feel like Duggan is trying his damnedest to get that Hickman vibe, and it was semi successful in the first couple issues of the series. But then inferno came out, and we were all reminded how powerful Hickman as not just a writer, but world builder, really is. Once yo more

X-Men #4

By: Gerry Duggan, Javier Pina
Released: Oct 13, 2021

HEADS UP!
It's Halloween and the X-Men have to face a horror born of a neighboring town in Westchester... the Headless HORSEMAN?! And that's not the only terror targeting them...

RATED T+

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allenquanobi reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #75 Oct 6, 2021
8.5

this is a fine issue, which means compared to the previous 74 (plus side issues and annuals) from Nick Spencer, it's pretty damn good. It's a great introduction into this era of Spider-Man, bringing back the fun quippy dialogue, the simplicity of villains, and re-introducing Ben Reilly. It brings you up to speed on what Ben has been up to and how Peter is feeling after the Spencer drag that he's more

Amazing Spider-Man #75

By: Zeb Wells, Patrick Gleason
Released: Oct 6, 2021

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN is back to thrice-monthly because this story is pure jet fuel. Ben Reilly has returned to NYC and has fully taken back the mantle of Spider-Man, but what does this mean for Peter Parker? The greatest team of web-writers has come together with the most epic arachnid-artists ever assembled to bring you a Spider-story that will shak...

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Fracadactyl reviewed Superman: Son of Kal-El #3 Sep 28, 2021
8.0

There's definitely character development alongside the political landscape, even if the police acting by the seat of their pants feels a little ham-fisted. But seeing Jon with family and friends on a journey in trying to make the world a better place feels okay, especially with how Lois feels like the most important part instead of Clark. Not to mention the inclusion of Bendix's insane absurd plan more

Superman: Son of Kal-El #3

By: Tom Taylor, John Timms
Released: Sep 29, 2021

Jonathan Kent hasn’t been Superman for long, but he’s upset some powerful people with his heroism. And the underground news source known as the Truth is helping Jon open his eyes to evils in the world that could be more powerful than the new Man of Steel. Continuing the brand-new saga of Superman from Tom Taylor, the writer of Nightwing, and ...

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This is good.
Art and Story telling is quite good.
Politics is there but character development happened with it. I liked that Jon sided with refugees. I believe Refugees should be given shelter with all basic needs.
Politics is not upto throat but it is very well written.
Most of time I don't prefer politics and Comics because Politics is an absurd divisive topic which only spa more

Superman: Son of Kal-El #3

By: Tom Taylor, John Timms
Released: Sep 29, 2021

Jonathan Kent hasn’t been Superman for long, but he’s upset some powerful people with his heroism. And the underground news source known as the Truth is helping Jon open his eyes to evils in the world that could be more powerful than the new Man of Steel. Continuing the brand-new saga of Superman from Tom Taylor, the writer of Nightwing, and ...

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daspidaboy reviewed Superman: Son of Kal-El #3 Sep 28, 2021
8.0

I personally liked this. yeah there's politics in the story but it serves a purpose because it serves as character growth and plot development. For me its not ham-fisted unlike other cringey Marvel and DC issues.

Superman: Son of Kal-El #3

By: Tom Taylor, John Timms
Released: Sep 29, 2021

Jonathan Kent hasn’t been Superman for long, but he’s upset some powerful people with his heroism. And the underground news source known as the Truth is helping Jon open his eyes to evils in the world that could be more powerful than the new Man of Steel. Continuing the brand-new saga of Superman from Tom Taylor, the writer of Nightwing, and ...

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Rachit Mittal - Sep 28, 2021

I feel this is the way politics is written then I'd believe most of people won't have problem.

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Hex reviewed Superman: Son of Kal-El #3 Sep 28, 2021
9.5

"Superman was a refugee." This is what people who are rating this series low are missing. Superman doesn't just stand for America. He stands for all people with hope. Hope of living in a country that surrounds them, adopts and accepts them as easily and happily as they did an illegal alien that looks like an unassuming white man. This series is political and I can't pretend that it isn't nor can I more

Superman: Son of Kal-El #3

By: Tom Taylor, John Timms
Released: Sep 29, 2021

Jonathan Kent hasn’t been Superman for long, but he’s upset some powerful people with his heroism. And the underground news source known as the Truth is helping Jon open his eyes to evils in the world that could be more powerful than the new Man of Steel. Continuing the brand-new saga of Superman from Tom Taylor, the writer of Nightwing, and ...

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Mout - Oct 6, 2021

Dennis O'Neil run on Green Lantern never existed then...

Amazing Psycamorean - Oct 6, 2021

Or literally anything from Marvel comics. "The world outside your window" wasn't just a saying.

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egonnn244 reviewed Superman: Son of Kal-El #3 Sep 29, 2021
4.5

"Superman is gone"

I could end the review right here because that sentence above sums everything up perfectly.

The Man of Steel has left the Earth. The Man of Tomorrow is gone. In his place, we are left with an entitled brat who thinks he knows best and constantly looks for new ways to show he's the virtuous one.

Great. Awesome.

This time, instead of bei more

Superman: Son of Kal-El #3

By: Tom Taylor, John Timms
Released: Sep 29, 2021

Jonathan Kent hasn’t been Superman for long, but he’s upset some powerful people with his heroism. And the underground news source known as the Truth is helping Jon open his eyes to evils in the world that could be more powerful than the new Man of Steel. Continuing the brand-new saga of Superman from Tom Taylor, the writer of Nightwing, and ...

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egonnn244 - Oct 6, 2021

The black box on instagram it's just pretentious, nothing more.

Amazing Psycamorean - Oct 6, 2021

It still gets the message out

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Why are people so scared of a little politics in their fiction? Is it maybe because they don't agree with it? I hate the excuse or criticism that politics don't belong in comics. Writers have been putting political messages in comics ever since they were created. I hate the fact that people are getting mad at the Jon refugee moment/quote. It literally what Superman is, an alien who adopts Ame more

Superman: Son of Kal-El #3

By: Tom Taylor, John Timms
Released: Sep 29, 2021

Jonathan Kent hasn’t been Superman for long, but he’s upset some powerful people with his heroism. And the underground news source known as the Truth is helping Jon open his eyes to evils in the world that could be more powerful than the new Man of Steel. Continuing the brand-new saga of Superman from Tom Taylor, the writer of Nightwing, and ...

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Kalaoui reviewed Inferno #1 Sep 29, 2021
8.5

I have to say as a series that is the true follow up to HOX/POX, it was disappointing. The hype was too high. As a single chapter it suffered from repeating previous beats and trying to lay the ground work for what comes next. Some of its off feel is just pure Hickman typical work but also characters like Moira that finally show up but feel hollow although I'm sure Hickman was going for mysterious more

Inferno #1

By: Jonathan Hickman, Valerio Schiti
Released: Sep 29, 2021

THE CULMINATION OF JONATHAN HICKMAN'S X-MEN BEGINS HERE!
"There will be an island-not the first, but the last..." Promises were made and broken. The rulers of Krakoa have been playing a dangerous game with a dangerous woman, and they are about to see how badly that can burn them. Mastermind of the X-Men JONATHAN HICKMAN brings his plans to a he...

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allenquanobi - Sep 30, 2021

I think the hype is high because it's the ending. But that's the problem, is that it feels too soon and too rushed. Hickman leaving X-Men early has forced both his and Marvel to put out this event, which probably would have benefitted from more lead-up as Hickman described as a three act structure (He said that the story as he is leaving is technically still in the first act)

Kalaoui - Oct 1, 2021

I'm with you buddy. It is hard to remove what could have been away in order to enjoy this issue which is the fault of Hickamn/Marvel, covid19 and the stagnant story telling this past year across the line but the issue by itself is great! I'm also hard on Schiti but his art is A+ !

allenquanobi reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #74 Sep 29, 2021
5.0

The 5 is for the art. I forced myself to catch-up on this series to get to the end, which was supposed to wrap up the story in a satisfying way. Instead, we get a half assed rushed conclusion that leads to what we already got earlier in the run, which is that Peter and MJ are together forever. Spencer is a good writer, this is shown in his previous Marvel runs. But I think it’s hard to say t more

Amazing Spider-Man #74

By: Nick Spencer, Patrick Gleason
Released: Sep 29, 2021

• It's AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #875, and the whole ASM team is coming together to bring you a massive issue that is the culmination of three years of AMAZING SPIDER-MAN!
•  It's all lead to this... "Hunted," "Sins Rising," "Last Remains," "King's Ransom," "Chameleon Conspiracy," "Sinister War"...and so much more all led to this climax and con...

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allenquanobi reviewed Inferno #1 Sep 29, 2021
9.0

Hickman X-Men is the best thing to happen to the property in years. In my opinion, Marvel really dropped the ball by not letting Hickman take the X-Line digital. Could have opened up an entirely new era and transformed the landscape. But that's the What If scenario. Here is a book that is essentially the end of the Hickman X Saga. I don't believe what he's saying about the saga being continue more

Inferno #1

By: Jonathan Hickman, Valerio Schiti
Released: Sep 29, 2021

THE CULMINATION OF JONATHAN HICKMAN'S X-MEN BEGINS HERE!
"There will be an island-not the first, but the last..." Promises were made and broken. The rulers of Krakoa have been playing a dangerous game with a dangerous woman, and they are about to see how badly that can burn them. Mastermind of the X-Men JONATHAN HICKMAN brings his plans to a he...

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Merlyn reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #73 Sep 8, 2021
7.0

So this is a weird one. A lot happens here but I feel like this is a issue that only massive, massive Spider-Man fans, the kind of people who have read all issues, can totally grasp all the implications here. I like that he didn't pull back on Harry being Kindred, though.

My biggest issue is another one, though. Spencer's run has been very wordy and while some people complained about th more

Amazing Spider-Man #73

By: Nick Spencer, Federico Vicentini
Released: Sep 8, 2021

• We can't tell you a single thing that happens here without spoiling just about every issue that comes out between the time you're reading this and when ASM #73 comes out.
Rated T+

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Sollywoods reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #73 Sep 8, 2021
7.5

This gets an automatic pass for retconning past sins. I enjoy the heavy attention to continuity. Not enough writers write as though they've not even read a Wikipedia article on the character (I'm referring to you Loeb and Bendis). I like Spencer is trying to weave everything together. The problem, and why I just can't rate it any higher, was that even for someone like myself, who has read all of t more

Amazing Spider-Man #73

By: Nick Spencer, Federico Vicentini
Released: Sep 8, 2021

• We can't tell you a single thing that happens here without spoiling just about every issue that comes out between the time you're reading this and when ASM #73 comes out.
Rated T+

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allenquanobi - Sep 9, 2021

Completely agree, people seem to just love this because it is a retcon that everyone wanted. The writing here is so bad, and the journey to get here has been so tiresome

allenquanobi reviewed Dark Ages #1 Sep 1, 2021
8.0

Enjoyed it! It's been a couple years since Tom Taylor has written for Marvel, so I was very excited to see him helm this limited series. And I can say it gets off to pretty solid start. A little too similar to DCeased for me in the way that it's a post apocalyptic story that has a lot of the action and plot explained through text boxes that lead to the speaker at the end. Idk if you can call i more

Dark Ages #1

By: Tom Taylor, Iban Coello
Released: Sep 1, 2021

This is what the Watcher has been watching for!
•  A danger older than the Earth threatens everything. For once, the heroes who have saved the planet so many times are almost powerless in the face of it.
•  X-Men and Avengers assemble. Spider-People and Fantastic Four come together. Heroes for Hire fight alongside Champions.  
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allenquanobi reviewed Darkhawk #1 Aug 28, 2021
8.5

Interesting start. I'm a fan of Kyle Higgins; he wrote one of the best ongoings with his Power Rangers and his current ongoing Radiant Black is a very Invincible esque feeling superhero book at Image. This feels very much in the same vein, where it's introducing a brand new young hero. Groan worthy, I know. These origin stories are usually very predictable, and that's what I was feeling for th more

Darkhawk #1

By: Kyle Higgins, Juanan Ramirez
Released: Aug 25, 2021

Who is the ALL-NEW DARKHAWK?
Connor Young is a seventeen-year-old star basketball player with the world ahead of him, until a surprising medical diagnosis changes everything. But what happens when a mysterious amulet finds him and gives him powers beyond belief? What will he do with these new abilities? Get in on the ground floor as KYLE HIGGIN...

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This is gonna be a lengthy review about not just this comic, but Zdarsky's work on Spider-Man. Zdarsky is probably the only writer in the past decade that truly understands Spider-Man as a character. Slott had his moments, but his run went off the rails pretty quick. Spencer's run seems to be more focused on dragging itself out telling a story that could be finished in 3 arcs. Zdarsky's Specta more

Spider-Man: Life Story Annual #1

By: Chip Zdarsky, Mark Bagley
Released: Aug 25, 2021

A Special Encore Return to the World of SPIDER-MAN: LIFE STORY by the Original Creative Team!
SPIDER-MAN. He's a threat. He's a menace. And J. JONAH JAMESON will do whatever it takes to make the world see it! But in this companion piece to last year's hit miniseries SPIDER-MAN: LIFE STORY, will the decades of his obsession bear fruit for Jonah....

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Amazing Psycamorean - Aug 28, 2021

He's also said that he's basically told his Spider-Man story already, and that's what Spectacular was. Maybe he'll be inspired though, as he seems to come back to Spidey pretty often, with miniseries or having him show up in other comics.

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People will have issues with the politics of this, but for me, I love it. It's clear what Tom Taylor wants Superman to be and what he should do. It's inspiring, and really brings a lot of character and depth to a comic book character that is a legacy character. It helps to separate him from Clark, showing his thinking and his ideals. The art is also so good. I really don't know what else to s more

Superman: Son of Kal-El #2

By: Tom Taylor, John Timms
Released: Aug 25, 2021

Jonathan Kent now dons his father’s cape, but can he be Superman and still have a normal life? It’s tough in this modern world. Danger is everywhere. The new Superman learns this the hard way on his first day of college, and a deadly attack forces Jon to step from the shadows and into the spotlight-where his identity is exposed to the Truth, an...

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Batman Jones - Aug 25, 2021

It’s unfortunate that people that love Superman will be put off by politics that represent what Superman has stood for since Action Comics #1’ but I agree that some will. I enjoyed your review.

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