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Fracadactyl added J. M. DeMatteis to their creator watch list Jun 19, 2022
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Fracadactyl added Kurt Busiek to their creator watch list Jun 19, 2022
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Fracadactyl added Spider-Man 2099: Exodus (2022) to their pull list Jun 19, 2022

Spider-Man 2099: Exodus (2022)

•  After a massive CELESTIAL body crashes into the Wastelands outside of Nueva York, a new Garden of Eden erupts from the crash site, offering unimaginable power.
•  And it's not just THE CABAL who is hungry to control the Garden.
•  Everyone's got something to gain from

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Fracadactyl added X-Men '92: House of XCII to their pull list Jun 19, 2022

X-Men '92: House of XCII

Everyone's favorite '90s incarnations of the X-Men have returned...but this time, everything is even all-newer and all-more different! Mutantkind is taking a huge leap forward by founding their own nation on the island of Krakoa, guided by Professor X, Magneto, and a mysterious long-lived woman who knows more than she...

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Fracadactyl added Sean Murphy to their creator watch list Jun 19, 2022
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Fracadactyl added Rogues (2022) to their pull list Jun 19, 2022

Rogues (2022)

Ten years ago, the Rogues disbanded and went their separate ways. But time hasn't been kind to the former blue-collar super-criminals. Caught in an endless cycle of prison, rehab, dead-end jobs, broken relationships, probation, and endless restitution fees, the Rogues are sick of paying for their crimes. Luckily, Captain Cold has a plan. One last j...

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Fracadactyl added Slumber (2022) to their pull list Jun 19, 2022

Slumber (2022)

Stetson is a nightmare hunter. A dream detective. She runs a shoddy back-alley business where she helps clients sleep at night by entering their dreams and killing their nightmares. But Stetson's past comes back to haunt her when she tracks down a literal living nightmare - a serial killer that murders people in their sleep.

SLUMBER is an ...

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Fracadactyl added The Marvels (2021) to their pull list Jun 19, 2022

The Marvels (2021)

Kurt Busiek (MARVELS, Astro City) is back, with the biggest, wildest, most sprawling series ever to hit the Marvel Universe, telling stories that span the decades and range from cosmic adventure to intense human drama, from the street-level to the cosmic, starring literally anyone from Marvel's very first heroes to the...

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Fracadactyl added X-Men: Red (2022) to their pull list Jun 19, 2022

X-Men: Red (2022)

The mutants of Arakko spent millennia scarred by war - but on what was once called Mars, they're learning to live in peace. STORM knows the red planet needs something greater than a queen. But ABIGAIL BRAND has other plans, along with an unstable VULCAN on her side and CABLE keeping his own secrets. Welcome to X-MEN...

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Fracadactyl added Batman / Superman: World's Finest (2022) to their pull list Jun 19, 2022

Batman / Superman: World's Finest (2022)

The Dark Knight. The Man of Steel. They are the two finest superheroes that the world has ever known...and they're together again in an epic new series from the legendary talents of Mark Waid and Dan Mora! In the not-too-distant past, Superman's powers are super-charged from a devastating chemical attack by the villain Metallo...and the only ally t...

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Am I giving the first issue way too much credit? Possibly. But the premise of Armstrong's immortality on the fritz with him and Archer trying to find ways of doing that has a lot of nuance that gives me time to think.

Am I trying to raise my own website while doing this? I guess, but unlike Comical Opinions most of my reviews requests are for Kickstarters. Except for Valiant and Mad Cav more

Archer & Armstrong Forever #1

By: Steve Foxe, Marcio Fiorito
Released: May 4, 2022

The triumphant return of Valiant's best BFF!

When Armstrong seemingly loses his immortality, Archer refuses to let his best buddy go gentle into that good night. But when you live for millennia, you rack up plenty of enemies who'll be thrilled to find out you're no longer indestructible. Archer & Armstrong's globetrotting quest for (more)...

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Fracadactyl reviewed Savage Avengers #1 May 18, 2022

Conan's actually the least interesting thing about this issue; he's just doing his thing when Deathlok shows up.

I'm more interested in the number of B-C listers of this team; because unlike Duggan's series, this team's here to stay rather than revolve around. You can tell a lot of thought was put into this group and how dynamics can affect the run, no matter how short it is. Elektra fo more

Savage Avengers #1

By: David Pepose, Carlos Magno
Released: May 18, 2022

Since his exile from the Hyborian Age, Conan the Barbarian has conquered the most dangerous foes the modern Marvel Universe has to offer - but what happens when this hard-edged Cimmerian finds himself on the run from the cybernetic soldier of the future known as Deathlok? Outgunned and ou...

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Fracadactyl reviewed The Marvels #8 Feb 5, 2022

Nothing too major, just a superhero story with a pretty good origin for this issue's poster character. Just a little and a lot of everything going on to keep track of.

The Marvels #8

By: Kurt Busiek, Yildiray Cinar
Released: Feb 2, 2022

In the heart of Siancong, the hidden past of the all-new Warbird is revealed! Plus: What's been up with Melinda May? Old friends (and foes) join together as everything goes very, very wrong, and the mission takes on cosmic scope.


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Fracadactyl reviewed X-Cellent #1 Feb 5, 2022

Might be a bit of a surprise if you haven't read the X-Statix Giant issue with the new cast. But as a fan of camp I have to love this stuff. No situation is ever boring and the characters personalities fill up scenarios left and right. Plus there's a real sense of suspense on the feeling anyone can die...

Okay, yes mutants can always come back to life with the Five these days. But come more

X-Cellent #1

By: Peter Milligan, Mike Allred
Released: Feb 2, 2022

They were loved by their adoring fans. They were reviled by the harsh press. They lived, they loved, they fought and they died...a lot - all for the sake of fame. They were the X-Statix, a team of mutant celebrities fighting for a brighter world and an even brighter spotlight! But they're old news now, because there's a new m...

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Fracadactyl added King Of Spies to their pull list Jan 16, 2022

King Of Spies

The world's greatest secret agent has six months to live. Does he die quietly in a hospital bed, or does he make up for a lifetime of bad decisions? He's been propping up an unfair system for over forty years. Now he knows where all the bodies are buried and has nothing to lose when he turns his guns on everyone who ever made a buck creating the me...

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It really does feel like half of these were made in a rush with how the dialogue sounds like memes half the time. I swear the editors are too overworked/underpaid to catch stuff like that.

Gotta be honest the only bits I actually liked was the American Eagle story and the Kickapoo Captain America preview. America Eagle wasn't perfect with bits of cringey dialogue but it captures that fe more

Marvel's Voices: Heritage #1

By: Nyla Innuksuk, David J. Cutler
Released: Jan 12, 2022

THE HIT VOICES SERIES CONTINUES WITH AN EXTRAORDINARY ARRAY OF INDIGENOUS TALENT! Year two of Marvel’s Voices kicks off with a celebration of Indigenous characters and talent! Get the full story behind River, the mysterious stranger from the pages of Rebecca Roanhorse’s new ECHO series! Discover Snowguard’s greatest hopes and fears in a tale...

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Fracadactyl added Demon Days (2021) to their pull list Jan 1, 2022

Demon Days (2021)

From STORMBREAKER PEACH MOMOKO comes a Marvel story unlike any you've ever seen before! A wandering swordswoman with a psychic blade arrives at village that's being targeted by demons. One demon is black and white with a terrifying red tongue and another may be the strongest demon there is! In the stunning kick-off issue of this prestige quarterly ...

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Fracadactyl added Defenders (2021) to their pull list Jan 1, 2022

Defenders (2021)

When existence itself faces extraordinary threats, it needs an extraordinary defense! That's when you call...THE DEFENDERS!
DOCTOR STRANGE and the MASKED RAIDER take a non-team of Marvel's weirdest, wildest heroes on a mission that will uncover the hidden archite...

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Fracadactyl added Cliff Chiang to their creator watch list Dec 24, 2021
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Fracadactyl reviewed Phoenix Song: Echo #3 Dec 23, 2021

I always enjoy a callback to a character's creation. The whole reason Echo was made a Native American was because her creator learned hand signs from his Native relative. Sure the pace felt a bit rushed in this issue but I like how Echo communicates with some people. Plus now Forge isn't just a plot element, having the Adversary as a villain feels right to connect Echo to more characters.

Phoenix Song: Echo #3

By: Rebecca Roanhorse, Luca Maresca
Released: Dec 22, 2021

On the run from a time-hopping enemy, Echo and her ally River find themselves in the ancient city of Cahokia-in the path of a Phoenix lost to history! As Echo's present and future disappear, will her powers wane? And will this ancestor help...or take the dregs of Echo's fire for herself?

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Stormwrath reviewed Batman #118 Dec 7, 2021

After 1,5 years of boring and forced stories since joker war by Tynion, when it was announced that Williamson is the new Batman writer, I was super hyped, since every book he wrote in the past 3-4 years was great.

A new chapter begins, he concludes Tynion's run and start a brand new plot, and it felt natural, Williamson's writing is great and fits well with the book, the return of Batma more

Batman #118

By: Joshua Williamson, Jorge Molina
Released: Dec 8, 2021

New creative team! Start of a new story arc as Batman leaves Gotham! “Abyss” part one! As Gotham celebrates surviving Fear State, Batman retreats alone into the darkness. But when he learns of a mystery involving Batman Inc., it forces the Caped Crusader to leave Gotham for a brand-new adventure! Thrills, chills, and international intrigue awai...

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SenpaifenixJäger - Dec 7, 2021

I also almost gave it an 8, but I think I'm a little suspicious, however I think it was a great change of direction.

Cpd113 - Dec 10, 2021

I was wondering why all the Tynion hate, and than I realized I stopped reading this series after Joker war too. Great review

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daspidaboy reviewed Batman #118 Dec 7, 2021

Even though I liked Tynion's Batman, I think Joshua Williamson will be better than Batman. It focuses more on Batman and Batman leaves Gotham, which is actually good because it doesnt have the same story of Gotham City being destroyed by villains. I am so far enjoying a lot of Batman content. Keep it up DC Comics and Joshua Williamson!

Batman #118

By: Joshua Williamson, Jorge Molina
Released: Dec 8, 2021

New creative team! Start of a new story arc as Batman leaves Gotham! “Abyss” part one! As Gotham celebrates surviving Fear State, Batman retreats alone into the darkness. But when he learns of a mystery involving Batman Inc., it forces the Caped Crusader to leave Gotham for a brand-new adventure! Thrills, chills, and international intrigue awai...

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Fracadactyl reviewed Phoenix Song: Echo #2 Dec 1, 2021

Alright a lot less cringey dialogue and a pretty good change in art in the middle of the issue to reflect the era Echo debuted. That gives the impression of Maya's beginnings being under attack. It feels like the editors are taking things a little more seriously in terms of Echo's presentation, what with her appearance in Disney+'s Hawkeye. It's interesting to see where this is going with how her more

Phoenix Song: Echo #2

By: Rebecca Roanhorse, Kyle Charles
Released: Dec 1, 2021

EVERYBODY WANTS THE PHOENIX! Echo finds herself besieged on all sides as the eyes of the human and mutant worlds zero in on the Phoenix! But the deadliest threat is buried in her past…and her future. A new ally with strange powers of his own claims to have the clues Maya needs to stop her timeline from unraveling, but can a cosmically powered fi...

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Fracadactyl reviewed Winter Guard #4 Dec 1, 2021

I love spy thrillers, especially when superheroes are thrown into the mix. Everybody in this cast is looking to be a hero but is grappling on what that means. I mean the Winter Guard practically tears themselves apart over who could be working with or against them. It sure means a lot when a god feels humble actually wanting to serve and help others for morality's sake. Also the way characters bou more

Winter Guard #4

By: Ryan Cady, Jan Bazaldua
Released: Dec 1, 2021

CHECKMATE! The final issue! The Winter Guard has its hooks in the White Widow—but she’s not out of tricks yet. And the Red Guardian is ready to make his last move...but when is he gonna loop in his reluctant ally?! The answers come from a source no one expects, and secrets still abound as Project SNOWBLIND rushes to its bloody conclusion. 

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Merlyn - Dec 1, 2021

What explanation? Didn't you feel the comic was a bit safe, btw? I liked it, too, but I felt like the magic lacked for there to be something more to this. Still, I enjoyed seeing the Red Guardian and Vanguard is pretty interesting too.

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