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8.0
52 #1

Mar 30, 2020

8.5
52 #2

Mar 30, 2020

9.0
52 #3

Mar 30, 2020

9.0
52 #4

Mar 30, 2020

7.5
52 #5

Mar 30, 2020

7.0
52 #6

Mar 30, 2020

8.5
52 #7

Mar 30, 2020

8.5
52 #8

Mar 30, 2020

9.0
52 #9

Mar 30, 2020

9.5
52 #10

Mar 30, 2020

8.5
52 #11

Mar 30, 2020

7.0
52 #12

Mar 30, 2020

4.5
52 #13

Mar 30, 2020

52 has been amazing so far but I can’t believe that Waid, Rucka, Morrison, and Johns wrote this issue. Awful

9.0
52 #14

Mar 30, 2020

Truly astonishing series. Comics would never be the same after this series. Each plot line is interesting and I can’t wait to read more

8.5
52 #15

Mar 30, 2020

9.0
52 #16

Mar 30, 2020

The writers are trying so hard to make Renee the DC version of Jessica Jones. Charlie is by far my favorite character, and I dread the issue where something inevitably happens to Isis, sending Black Adam back to his villainous ways

8.5
52 #17

Mar 31, 2020

8.0
52 #18

Mar 31, 2020

Pope Lobo is best Lobo

9.0
52 #19

Mar 31, 2020

No not Skeets!!!

8.5
52 #20

Mar 31, 2020

Kory, Adam, and Buddy’s storyline is quickly becoming one of my favorites

8.5
52 #21

Mar 31, 2020

9.0
52 #22

Mar 31, 2020

Loving the Will Magnus stuff

9.5
52 #23

Mar 31, 2020

No way those women on the island aren’t robots

8.5
52 #24

Mar 31, 2020

8.5
52 #25

Apr 1, 2020

8.5
52 #26

Apr 1, 2020

weird

8.5
52 #27

Apr 1, 2020

Renee and Charlie's storyline just might be my favorite

7.5
52 #28

Apr 1, 2020

10
52 #29

Apr 1, 2020

8.0
52 #30

Apr 1, 2020

8.5
52 #31

Apr 2, 2020

8.5
52 #32

Apr 2, 2020

9.5
52 #33

Apr 2, 2020

Incredible

10
52 #34

Apr 2, 2020

Best issue yet. Last couple pages were incredible

9.0
52 #35

Apr 2, 2020

9.5
52 #36

Apr 2, 2020

9.5
52 #37

Apr 2, 2020

Live the plot twist

10
52 #38

Apr 2, 2020

I never thought I’d be this sad over the death of Charlie

9.0
52 #39

Apr 2, 2020

9.0
52 #40

Apr 2, 2020

Wasn’t familiar with Steel before but he’s now one of my favorite characters. I love this series

8.0
52 #41

Apr 2, 2020

Adam and Starfire’s space storyline is pretty bland, and probably the only storyline of 52 that I’d say I don’t enjoy.

7.5
52 #42

Apr 2, 2020

9.5
52 #43

Apr 2, 2020

“Oh, Sobek!” Cue laugh track and closing scene

10
52 #44

Apr 2, 2020

These 4 magnificent writers are playing with this readers heartstrings a little bit

9.0
52 #45

Apr 2, 2020

9.0
52 #46

Apr 2, 2020

I love how the scientists actually defeated Black Adam. 52 started slow but is having one of the wildest finishes in recent memory

8.5
52 #47

Apr 2, 2020

8.5
52 #48

Apr 2, 2020

9.0
52 #49

Apr 2, 2020

Gotta love the mad scientists.

10
52 #50

Apr 2, 2020

Extremely satisfying issue. Loved the full on battle with Black Adam and the JSA

8.5
52 #51

Apr 3, 2020

9.5
52 #52

Apr 3, 2020

One of my favorite DC comics ever

7.0
A+X #1

Jan 5, 2019

I gotta say, I love the “continuity doesn’t matter” approach. The first story is fun and interesting, but telling tales of Captain America from WW2 that we didn’t know about until now plot device is used way too often. In the second story, Jeph Loeb only writes Hulk and Wolverine for half an issue and its already obvious he sucks at writing both characters. Overall, this opening issue suffered mostly from Jeph Loeb, but next issue is Chris Bachalo and Peter David so no worries

9.0
A+X #2

Jan 5, 2019

A huge improvement over last issue. Though Chris Bachalo’s first story with Rogue and Black WIdow had, at times, confusing art, it was a nice and light story. Peter David’s second story was funny and had beautiful art. A cool little team-up/anthology comic in the wake of Avengers vs X-Men.

8.0
A+X #3

Jan 5, 2019

I’m liking what A+X is doing by giving one story to a superstar writer and the other to an up and coming writer. This issue, superstar Jason Aaron writes the first story about Storm and Black Panther. The art is perfect and it’s pure character development. Seriously though there is literally 3/4 a panel of action in the first story. The second story by up and coming James Asmus is about Hawkeye and Gambit, and how they argue with each other on who gets to save this smokin hot actor from some weird monster.

6.5
A+X #4

Jan 12, 2019

The beast and Spider Man short story by Kate Andrews was decent, but what stood out to me was the fantastic art, which Kaare Andrews also did. It’s good to see Spider Man depicted as smart, because he actually is very smart but many writers dumb him down for humor, so props again to Andrews for reminding us that before Peter was Spider Man, he was a huge science nerd. The second story is a team up between Captain America and Quentin Quire by Jason Latour. The art was pretty good but the story was extremely boring and it seemed pointless.

8.5
A+X #5

Jan 12, 2019

The Iron Fist and Doop team-up was near perfect, and I’ve never even read a Doop comic until now. The Loki and Mister Sinister team-up has high expectations that it didn’t live up to but still a great story nonetheless

6.0
A+X #6

Jan 22, 2019

Interesting that both stories this issue are just two characters sitting around playing cards. I liked the Gambit and Thing story by Mike Costa just a little bit more than I liked the Captain Marvel and Wolverine story by Peter David. Definitely better Comics out there but a kid series of your trying to get a kid into comics or if your trying to get into marvel yourself

6.0
A+X #7

Jan 22, 2019

The art in the second story is awful, and the first story is the only one worth reading.

7.5
A+X #8

Feb 20, 2019

I’m pretty sure Duggan’s Spider Woman and Kitty Pryde story was written last second but it somehow manages to be better than the second story about Hawkeye and Deadpool. Still not worth 4 bucks but one of the better issues so far

6.0
A+X #9

Feb 20, 2019

Surprisingly, David Lapham’s X-Kid story is better than Nathan Edmondson’s Captain America and Wolverine story. Still though, skip this issue because it’s not worth your money

1.0
A+X #10

Feb 20, 2019

I’m not gonna lie, this is one of the worst single issues I’ve ever read. The first story had mediocre art and was confusing. And the second story was some actual s**t. In the 2nd, I can never tell who the red character is (It’s Scarlet Witch). That’s how bad the art was. Wanda has ginormous boobs and an Asian face and like, new hair? In to the story though. That’s the real reason this issue gets a 1. I was confused by page 1 of the 2nd story. Page 1. I had no clue what was going on, the dialogue was terrible, and it was just a mess. Adam Warren, please just retire while your behind

5.0
A+X #11

Feb 21, 2019

8.0
A+X #12

Feb 21, 2019

3.5
A+X #13

Feb 21, 2019

4.5
A+X #14

Feb 22, 2019

4.5
A+X #16

Feb 22, 2019

Instead of the Skrulls planting the seeds for Secret Invasion 2.9, the Skrulls are.......wait for it........infecting the cattle Industry!! Whoever called the shot for that one at Marvel is on some serious stuff

8.5
A+X #17

Feb 22, 2019

9.0
A-Force (2016) #1

Jan 19, 2019

I didn’t read the Secret Wars A-Force series so I didn’t know how much I’d like this, but I was proved wrong. I already like Singularity as a character. I thought Wilson was going to force-assemble the team, but so far she’s letting the team come together by itself and I love it! Outside of Adam Kubert on All-New All-Different Avengers and Russell Dauterman on Mighty Thor, A-Force may have the best art in all of Marvel

8.5
A-Force (2016) #2

Jan 19, 2019

This series continues of a strong first issue and I love it, especially She Hulk

8.5
A-Force (2016) #3

Jan 19, 2019

A dip in quality from last issue but still great nonetheless. Glad Marvel decided to bring this series back after Secret Wars.

9.0
A-Force (2016) #4

Jan 19, 2019

I really hope they explain how Dazzler survived but a great end to the opening arc. The team came together fluidly and it didn’t feel forced. I like Singularity and I hope to see more of her in the future. Unfortunately it looks like Antimatter survived as well. He was good as an antagonist for one arc but I hope he doesn’t return for that long because he will get old

5.0
A-Force (2016) #5

Jan 30, 2019

This was hard to finish. I will not be returning

6.5
Action Comics (1938) #829

Mar 23, 2020

Sorta underwhelming for a creative team of this caliber

8.0
Adventures Of Superman (2013) #1

Jan 3, 2020

Good but nothing exceptional. Cheap though, which is awsome

7.5
Adventures Of Superman (2013) #2

Jan 3, 2020

Lemire writes and draws a cute but light little tale

7.0
Adventures Of Superman (2013) #3

Jan 3, 2020

Bizarro is that one villain i just always love and feel bad for

6.0
Adventures Of Superman (2013) #4

Jan 3, 2020

Neat little plot twist but extremely boring before the last 3 pages.

9.0
Adventures Of Superman (2013) #28

Jan 3, 2020

Although probably easy to write, this was still a touching and wholesome Superman comic. Consider me impressed

8.0
Aero #1

Jul 5, 2019

Definitely a better issue than I was expecting. Shanghai is drawn beautifully even though I’m not a fan of how Aero herself is drawn. Aero 1 immediately sets up its main protagonist apart from most of the other heroes of Earth as Lei not only protects Shanghai but helps build it as well. The second story by Pak is also entertaining and more relevant to what’s going on in the wider Marvel Universe. Not going to lie, this blew past my low expectations

7.0
Aero #2

Aug 7, 2019

I’m still not sure how I feel about this book yet. Aero has no personality whatsoever in the main story and the colorist literally only uses blue and grey colors. In the second story, the art is much better and Aero is drawn like an actual person. It’s also much more interesting

4.5
Aero #3

Sep 19, 2019

Aero 3 was a waste of my money, and probably yours too. The first main story was super shallow, and barely anything happened. We got to see Aero in her personal life a little more, which was cool, but the story didn’t progress at all. The second story progressed less than I thought too, but it had better art and solid action.

7.5
Agents of Atlas (2019) #1

Aug 7, 2019

Well gang, it’s looking like Agents of Atlas will be plagued with the same problems New Agents of Atlas had. There are way too many characters for each of them to get decent character development, but Amadeus and Silk did have at least some character moments. Pak doesn’t seem to think this is a problem as he immediately introduces a brand new hero and brings Raz Malhoztra or whatever his name is into the fray as well. Parker’s second story was much much more interesting and it was awesome to see the rarely used original Agents of Atlas once again

9.0
Agents of Atlas (2019) #2

Sep 6, 2019

What a turn around by Pak and Leon. I sorta-liked Agents of Atlas 1, but issue 2 was extraordinary. The art was flawless. While I thought issue 1 was a little over the top, with all the dragons and the Pan-Pass stuff, issue 2 took it’s time to explain everything and we even got a decent amount of character moments and development, which has been a rarity ever since Pak started this experiment back in War of the Realms. I love it.

8.0
Agents of Atlas (2019) #3

Oct 24, 2019

Agents of Atlas continues to impress me. After a dismal start in New Agents of Atlas, Greg Pak rebounded with a decent issue 1 to Agents of Atlas and a stellar second issue to match. While I wish someone besides Amadeus and Luna would get to actually do something, Mike Nguyen seems like a legitimate villain and I’m intrigued on what Jimmy is up too. And that last page: of course Raz and Isaac are gay for each other. Just of course they are. Everybody is gay now

6.5
Agents of Atlas (2019) #4

Nov 15, 2019

Woah ok. So the start of this issue is a VERY unsubtle transition to the climax, as Amadeus says something’s up with Pan and this Mike Nguyen guy (Captain Obvious), lets check it out, and proceeds to send the members of Atlas on various missions. Raz and Isaac beyond awkwardly flirt, Amadeus sends Shang-Chi to find Woo (finally someone notices he’s missing), Aero, Wave, and Luna stake out for dragon’s, and Dan Bi goes to school. Agents of Atlas 4 was probably the worst issue yet, but it still does just enough to give Pak the chance to write a good and satisfying conclusion.

6.5
Agents of Atlas (2019) #5

Dec 18, 2019

Greg Pak can dialogue me to death. So. Many. Words. On that note, Pak did write a fantastic moral dilemma that Amadeus has to face this issue, and it was actually masterly written. Unfortunately, that’s probably the only highlight of this issue, besides some great art. I loved the last page twist because I love Namor, but yeah that’s about it. I’m not coming back for the sequel

10
Alias (2001) #1

Jul 11, 2019

The F word is said many many times. The N word is said once. Luke and Jessica do anal sex. Marvel Max really knew what it was doing lmao😂. Anyways, great opening issue which Bendis makes so realistic. Alias 1 feels like it could actually happen in real life, and there’s a guy with unbreakable skin. The art is beautiful and the pacing is a little slow, but that’s ok when you have perfect dialogue from Bendis

10
Alias (2001) #2

Jul 11, 2019

I can’t explain enough how excellent Alias is. For a comic published in 2001 it was far ahead of its time. Gaydos’ art makes this series perfect and that last page was crazy

9.5
Alias (2001) #3

Jul 11, 2019

Somehow I really enjoyed this issue when 80% of it Jessica was just sitting around in a police precinct getting interviewed. That’s how good the dialogue is. Also, Matt Murdock is in this issue so of course I’m going to like it

9.5
Alias (2001) #4

Jul 11, 2019

99% percent of the time I like the TV show more than the comic (Daredevil, Punisher, Defenders, Agents of SHIELD, Runaways, Luke Cage), but Alias is better than the Jessica Jones tv show was, and that includes season 1. Amazing work by Bendis and Gaydos

8.5
Alias (2001) #5

Jul 11, 2019

A slow and talkative ending to the first arc that left me wanting more, but I think that’s the point. Jessica meeting Steve was perfectly written and drawn by Bendis and Gaydos

9.0
Alias (2001) #6

Jul 11, 2019

Jessica and Carol’s lunch was masterly written and absolutely hilarious. The last couple pages set up more cameos for future issues

8.5
Alias (2001) #7

Jul 11, 2019

The pace could be a little faster but Bendis’ spot on dialogue and Gaydos’ perfect art make up for that. Glad that Rick Jones is getting some love and respect

8.0
Alias (2001) #8

Jul 11, 2019

If you were expecting tons of action and violence, Alias isn’t for you. Alias 8 is basically one long conversation between Jessica and Rick on how Rick’s life sucks and what they can do to change that.

8.5
Alias (2001) #9

Jul 12, 2019

Not much of a conclusion for our Rick Jones wannabe but this issue had a really clever twist when the doctor Jessica was talking to about the fake Rick turned out to be the same guy Jessica had been hired to catch cheating on his wife.

7.5
Alias (2001) #10

Jul 12, 2019

I’m definitely not a fan of the painted art and the play-like script for this issue. It just made it that much harder to read this issue and I think Alias 10 could’ve been something really special if it were in normal format. Nonetheless, this issue was still hilarious and J Jonah Jameson is pure gold

10
Alias (2001) #11

Jul 12, 2019

Wow. Alias returns to form with the start of an all-new arc and it was fantastic. The art was perfect by Gaydos for capturing that small town tone and Bendis writes every character perfectly, from Jessica to the cop, and from Mrs Cross to Mr Cross.

9.5
Alias (2001) #12

Jul 13, 2019

Bendis writes the small town vibe well, and this comic’s element of mystery is one of it’s strong suits

9.0
Alias (2001) #13

Jul 13, 2019

This arc is shaping up to be the best arc of Alias yet as Jessica investigates a small town missing persons case. Alias 13 is full of twists and turns and Gaydos’ art is beautiful

9.0
Alias (2001) #14

Jul 13, 2019

Rebecca Cross delivers a message to Jessica, but that message was in fact meant for the real weird. Rebecca is a Mutant and she lives in a racist and stubborn town. She runs away and Jessica is hired to find her and bring her home. Jessica forcibly takes Rebecca back home and Rebecca complains why she runs away. She says life’s too short to live in a town like her home town and she find who she really was when she ran away. It was a really powerful part of the issue and one of the most powerful moments of the series.

9.5
Alias (2001) #15

Jul 13, 2019

Bendis is showing off his mastery of dialogue. When you think about it, not a single action sequence has taken place in the first 15 issues, yet they were still entertaining thanks to Bendis’ meaningful dialogue between his characters

9.0
Alias (2001) #16

Jul 13, 2019

The appearance of Mattie was surely a surprising, with big ramifications for future issues, though Jessica’s interactions with other characters overshadowed Mattie’s appearance in this issue

9.0
Alias (2001) #17

Jul 13, 2019

Scott and Jessica definitely have chemistry and are perfectly written by Bendis. Bendis gives J Jonah Jameson tons of depth which made me happy because he is one of the best characters Marvel owns.

8.5
Alias (2001) #18

Jul 13, 2019

I’m just not as invested in this case as I was with the small-town one. Like, Jessica doesn’t even do any investigating: Malcolm’s friend conveniently has most of the answers she’s looking for about Mattie. This issue still gets a high rating though, because of course I enjoyed the dialogue between Jessica, Malcolm, and Denny’s sister. There’s just too much to love about this series to give it a low rating

8.5
Alias (2001) #19

Jul 13, 2019

Jessica’s narration and dialogue give her so much depth and make her one of Marvel’s most well-rounded characters. Jessica’s confrontation with Denny and his gang is pretty boring but the narration, art, and dialogue make up for it

9.0
Alias (2001) #20

Jul 13, 2019

Yes! Jessica Drew! Jessica Jones! Jessica team-up! Anything Bendis writes with Spider Woman in it is gold, so therefore, this is gold

8.0
Alias (2001) #21

Jul 13, 2019

Again, I’m not really impressed with the conclusions Bendis has been giving these arcs. Also again, the art and dialogue art AMAZING and you should definitely read this series

7.0
Alias (2001) #22

Jul 13, 2019

Of course Bendis had to include a Spider Man retcon in this series. Of course he did. I know it was minor but God you know how much I hate retcons. And the art was awful

8.5
Alias (2001) #23

Jul 13, 2019

Wow. Do I just read a comic where 15 year old Jessica Jones fingers herself to a picture of Johnny Storm. Anyways, the art improves and I liked this flashback comic to the origins of Jessica’s powers. And yes, that first sentence actually happened in this issue

8.0
Alias (2001) #24

Jul 14, 2019

An interesting yet inconsistent issue in terms of art and storytelling. Now that Alias is at issue 24, it’s kind of unnecessary for all these cameo now that this series can support itself.

9.0
Alias (2001) #25

Jul 14, 2019

Alias 25 is a fabulous issue with a great conversation between Jessica and Luke on the horrible things Kilgrave did to her. It’s a really powerful and well drawn issue

7.5
Alias (2001) #26

Jul 14, 2019

The part where Jessica quit being a hero because the Avengers attacked her after she attacked Wanda was just stupid. Like, I couldn’t care about that at all. It was just all so stupid. The present day stuff with Jessica facing her past with Luke is good though

9.0
Alias (2001) #27

Jul 14, 2019

While Kilgrave is 10x less frightening in this series then in the Netflix show, the effect Jessica’s meeting with Kilgrave had on her was downright horrifying and Bendis nails the dialogue and narration, as usual

10
Alias (2001) #28

Jul 14, 2019

Kilgrave escapes. Kilgrave comes back to Jessica. Thankfully, Jessica beats the shit out of Kilgrave thanks to the mental walls Jean Grey set up after the last time Kilgrave took control of Jessica. Those last couple pages between Jessica, Scott, and Luke were fantastic

8.0
All-New All-Different Avengers #0

Jan 19, 2019

The Avengers jumping on points are well written and entertaining, and my only complaint is everything with the Squadron Supreme is unnecessary. Even more so because it turned out to be a terrible comic

9.5
All-New All-Different Avengers #1

Jan 19, 2019

This was incredible. The art is flawless, and I was entertained and intrigued each and every page. Mark Waid does not forcefully assemble his roster and lets them assemble fluidly. The back-up story between Ms Marvel and Nova is even better than the actual story, and Waid seems to understand his team perfectly. The future is bright and I just don’t see why everyone is giving this issue hate

9.0
All-New All-Different Avengers #2

Jan 19, 2019

Issue 2 does not disappoint. I love Waid’s respect for continuity with bringing in Warbringer from Nova. He writes the young the heroes (Miles, Nova, and Kamala) perfectly and I’m excited to see where this emotionless Vision stuff goes

9.0
All-New All-Different Avengers #3

Jan 19, 2019

What a great way for Mark Waid and Adam Kubert to end their opening arc. Instead of the usual 5 or 6 issue opening arcs that are all the rage these days, Waid sets a fast and fun pace with a 3 issue opening arc. The story wasn’t draghed out at all and kept me wanting. I can’t wait to see more of this team and definitely the best of the new Avengers line of titles

10
All-New All-Different Avengers #4

Jan 19, 2019

This is what every other team comic should strive for. Waid’s All-New All-Different Avengers has great art, an intriguing roster, great character writing, great plot writing, romance, and humor. Basically, it’s nonstop entertainment. The understanding and care Mark Waid puts into Nova and Ms Mvelel is outstanding. I had my doubts coming into this issue without Kubert but Masrar does just as well. And Ross covers are breathtaking as well. I can’t believe the hate from the other reviewers because this is the best Avengers book right now. Here are the rankings: 1 This. 2 Uncanny Avengers. 3 A-Fiorce. 4 Ultimates. 5 New Avengers.

9.5
All-New All-Different Avengers #5

Jan 19, 2019

Another home run issue by Waid and Masrar that reveals Kang as the main villain for the first arc! Well technically it’s not Kang because Kang and Gryphon were split in a time glitch. I know, time travel. Just think Savitar and Barry for all you CW fans. I enjoy the heck out of this series and I love the character writing so much. It’s a shame this series only lasts 15 issues and 3 of them are wasted during Civil War II. This is a must read and the best team book Marvel publishes right now

9.0
All-New All-Different Avengers #6

Jan 19, 2019

This series really takes me back to the Avengers’ heyday in the 60s, 70s, and 80s where stories with this much depth and character writing and humor were published every Wednesday. Ignore the comments that say this sucks because it really doesn’t. At least give it a try you won’t regret it. It’s really amazing what Waid has done with Iron Man, Vision, a black Captain America, a female Thor, a black Spider Man from another universe, the second Ms Marvel who happens to be Muslim, and the second Nova.

8.5
All-New All-Different Avengers #7

Jan 21, 2019

Another great issue but this time as a part of a not so great crossover. The prelude and alpha issues were really good for Avengers Standoff but instead of tie-ins, this story would have worked really well as a OGN or limited series. It’s a good story but Marvel didn’t execute it well. This issue itself is great though

6.0
All-New All-Different Avengers #8

Jan 21, 2019

Easily the weakest issue of the series and the Standoff event. This issue was pure poorly drawn action and not a lot of dialogue in the slightest. It’s not as much action as it is needless and confusing chaos. At times, I can’t help but root for Zemo and his gang for what SHIELD did to them. I don’t know if that’s the point or not but this was a really poor issue

8.5
All-New All-Different Avengers #9

Jan 22, 2019

My only real complaint is I hate how Mark Waid writes Jarvis. Yes, that’s the butler. He deserves so much better you know. Anyway, I like this new Wasp and I’m intrigued with what Waid is doing so far

8.5
All-New All-Different Avengers #10

Jan 22, 2019

I actually really liked this issue. Asrar’a art for the space and other planet parts wasn’t that good but there was a lot more action. Best Avengers book around

8.5
All-New All-Different Avengers #11

Jan 22, 2019

Another fantastic issue by Waid and Asrar. Waid’s writing reminds me of the golden avenger years with Roy Thomas and Steve Englehart and Roger Stern, among others

7.5
All-New All-Different Avengers #12

Jan 22, 2019

Could’ve been worse but I wish they found a different, more entertaining way to save Miles

7.5
All-New All-Different Avengers #13

Jan 22, 2019

The narrating sucked and this really shouldn’t have been marked as a Covil War II tie in. I was very confused by the last page and a little sad as well but any issue with Kang is a read

7.0
All-New All-Different Avengers #14

Jan 22, 2019

I like Nadia but a really don’t see a reason for this issue

6.0
All-New All-Different Avengers #15

Jan 22, 2019

This series should’ve ended with issue 12 because these last three issues have been a real step down

8.0
All-New Captain America #1

Jul 5, 2019

First of all, I want to say how happy I am that Ian co-stars in this comic, because after Remender’s Cap run Marvel could have easily done nothing with him and he would have just sat in limbo. Anyways, Immonen’s art is terrific and this is a satisfying first issue with a lot of action. I love Batroc’s update costume

7.5
All-New Captain America #2

Jul 5, 2019

It’s not that this series is mediocre as much as it’s not as good as you’d expect from Rick Remender. So far, this series has a huge variety of villains and the only one who’s written somewhat well is Crossbones. Lucas is very intriguing and his powers are terrifying, while Hydra infiltrating the superhuman community just seems like a tired and old trope. Shocking last page

8.5
All-New Captain America #3

Jul 7, 2019

This issue definitely started off a little slow and boring, the second half of this issue brings the rating up to an 8.5. The battles between Sam vs Sin was perfectly drawn and dialogued, while the battle between Ian vs Zemo was also spectacularly executed. We all know Ian probably isn’t dead, and this issue made Hydra’s plot seem more unique and threatening than it did last issue

7.5
All-New Captain America #4

Jul 7, 2019

The art is great by Immonen but Armadillo and Cobra were just so bland. The fight between Cobra and Armadillo vs Sam lacked any suspense and seemed extremely generic. One the other hand, Misty Knight continues to be the co-MVP of this series.

9.0
All-New Captain America #5

Jul 7, 2019

All-New Captain America 5 may be the best issue of the series yet. Sam, Misty, and Ian, who’s alive again, attempt to stop Hydra from detonating there bombs that would sterilize millions. Zemo continues to be one of my favorite villains ever, and Remender can almost write Sin as well as Brubaker can

7.5
All-New Captain America #6

Jul 7, 2019

Somewhat boring issue and the last stand between Sam and Baron Blood, which was supposed to be the climax of the series, seemed pretty bland. At the end, Misty reunited with Sam and somehow has tied up all the loose ends, like recapturing Lucas. On the other hand, Misty convincing Taskmaster not to blow up his bomb by paying him more than Zemo did was by far the best part of this series. It was great. This issue ends with a cliffhanger that doesn’t seem to be leading anywhere. Yeah, not a fan of that

9.5
All-New Wolverine #1

Jun 4, 2019

What a great first issue for this series. All-New Wolverine 1 was entertaining start to finish and the art was beautiful and unique. I love Angel co-staring, although I’m not a fan of Angel and Laura’s relationship. Anyways, All-New Wolverine sets the stage perfectly for the rest of the series as clones of Laura (who’s a clone herself) are running around the globe

9.0
All-New Wolverine #2

Jun 4, 2019

Not as good as last issue but issue 2 moved the plot along nicely and introduced us to Bellanova, Gabby, and Zelda, 3 clones of Laura created by Alchemax. Can’t wait for Taskmaster next issue?

8.5
All-New Wolverine #3

Jun 4, 2019

First off a want to say how good Lopez’s art is. Although the Taskmaster vs Laura fight was kinda disappointing, Laura’s interactions between Gabby, Bellanova, and Zelda give her more depth as a character. I love how Laura seems to have learned from Logan’s mistakes, as she promises to not kill during this Alchemax conflict. I’m intrigued to see if Laura’s clones or Alchemax will be the main antagonist of this arc

9.0
All-New Wolverine #4

Jun 5, 2019

I can’t get over how good David Lopez’s art is. This issue read fluidly and the pacing was spot on. I love the Doctor Strange guest appearance and Taylor writes Laura perfectly

8.5
All-New Wolverine #5

Jun 5, 2019

Very good series and even though Alchemax, Captain Mooney, and Dr Chandler are pretty bland villains, Laura and her three clones plus a guest star (Wasp) carry this issue enough for it to be a great comic. I’m really loving Laura as Wolverine and Taylor is the best writer to write Laura since Craig Kyle

9.0
All-New Wolverine #6

Jun 5, 2019

A great finale to the first arc of this series. Laura, Gabby, and Bellona finally get proactive in their fight against Alchemax. They win of course and it looks like Gabby will be staying with Laura for a while, so yay! That last page though: Kimura is back!

9.5
All-New Wolverine #7

Jun 5, 2019

What a great issue. Squirrel Girl is hilarious and this was a tremendous filler issue. The Logan flashbacks were very powerful and I love the Laura Gabby friendship. Strange that Warren has disappeared from the series though?

8.0
All-New Wolverine #8

Jun 7, 2019

While I wasn’t as in to this issue as much as others, I love the idea of Laura and Gabby interacting with Old Man Logan

7.5
All-New Wolverine #9

Jun 7, 2019

All-New Wolverine 9 seems like more filler but it’s always cool to have Laura and Old Man Logan trying to escape Fin Fang Foom’s belly. Great art, and oh yeah, FITZ WAS IN THIS ISSUE

8.5
All-New Wolverine #10

Jun 7, 2019

Not a ton actually happened this issue but the character interactions between these 3 mutants makes up for it

9.0
All-New Wolverine #11

Jun 7, 2019

While I’m sure we all know Gabby isn’t dead, All-New Wolverine is proving to be one of the best Civil War II tie ins. It’s intriguing that Ulysses’ vision came true and I love Cap in this series as well

8.5
All-New Wolverine #12

Jun 7, 2019

Solid comic. Don’t see why this issue is getting lower than usual reviews

8.0
All-New Wolverine #13

Jun 7, 2019

Pace was a little slow but solid art and I’m glad the best character in the series, Jonathan, continues to play a role in the series. Yes, Jonathan is better than Wolverhampton. Fight me

8.5
All-New Wolverine #14

Jun 7, 2019

Another pretty good issue but Enemy of the State II is nowhere close to as good as the Mark Miller original. Gabby is great

8.0
All-New Wolverine #15

Jun 7, 2019

I like this arc I don’t understand the horrible reviews

8.0
All-New Wolverine #16

Jun 8, 2019

I don’t have a problem with art, unlike others. The story itself is pretty good but the pacing was pretty inconsistent and it seems like Taylor was making this up as he went along

8.0
All-New Wolverine #17

Jun 8, 2019

Not the worst issue but I just don’t see where Taylor was going with this. It’s great to see Warren again and bringing in Jean to help Laura was a nice touch but Remy is unnecessary. Wish Taylor would write Kimora and Bellona better

9.0
All-New Wolverine #18

Jun 8, 2019

Strong conclusion to an admittedly lousy arc. Gabby and Laura are great as usual and it’s good to finally see Kimura die

7.5
All-New Wolverine #19

Jun 8, 2019

I found Laura and Gabby taking down a boat full of human traffickers much more interesting than Ironheart trying to stop an alien ship from crashing to Earth. That part was just dragged out way too long. Art brings from 7 to 7.5

8.5
All-New Wolverine #20

Jun 8, 2019

It’s refreshing to see Laura fight something she can’t stab but this arc reminds me a little to much of Paul Cornell’s Wolverine for comfort Imao. The art fits the tone of this issue perfectly. As usual, All-New Wolverine has a ton of guest stars but Laura and Gabby always shine through

8.5
All-New Wolverine #21

Jun 8, 2019

It was awesome to see Laura, Gabby, Daken, Wade, and Old Man Logan team up but WHERE WAS FANTOMEX? He is a rightful part of the Weapon X family!!! Anyways, pretty solid issue and hopefully it will get this series back on its stride

8.0
All-New Wolverine #22

Jun 8, 2019

Now the Guardians of the Galaxy are guest staring in this comic. Although I love the Guardians with all my heart, I wish All-New Wolverine would quit it with the guest stars and let this comic grow to be its own thing. Solid art at least

7.5
All-New Wolverine #23

Jun 8, 2019

Found myself bored at times but issue 23 carries enough momentum from previous issues to keep me interested

7.0
All-New Wolverine #24

Jun 8, 2019

Definitely one of the more boring issues of the series and I miss the old costume but at least this arc is over

9.0
All-New Wolverine #25

Jun 8, 2019

First off, I love the little review wars happening in this issue I just love it know idea why. Anyways, Tom Taylor really gave us a quality issue for the start of Marvel Legacy in All-New Wolverine. The art work is absolutely stunning and the story is the extremely exciting compared to the last couple issues

9.0
All-New Wolverine #26

Jun 8, 2019

This new Orphans of X story arc is a real return to form for this series and in my opinion the best since issue 7. Who knew Laura, Daken, Gabby, and Old Man Logan could hold up the Wolverine comics line so well while Logan was dead. My only complaint is that it seems like the Orphans of X are just basically the Red Roght Hand with a new name

9.0
All-New Wolverine #27

Jun 8, 2019

Although I don’t agree with Taylor’s portrayal of Daken, he still writes Laura and Gabby perfectly and this issue had a great twist. I really hope that when Logan eventually comes back Laura will still have her own place in the Marvel Universe.

8.5
All-New Wolverine #28

Jun 8, 2019

Ok ok I get it, Daken, Old Man Logan, Sabretooth, and Lady Deathstrike are a little underpowered but that’s not the point and the reason for that is because the Orphans of X have Muramusa bullets. Loved seeing Muramusa again and it’s good to see something like the Muramusa Blade become relevant again

9.0
All-New Wolverine #29

Jun 8, 2019

I absolutely love that the leader of the Orphans of X is Henry Sutter. It’s totally believable that he would want revenge on Laura after Laura killed his parents. He would be almost an adult now so he’s the right age. Henry is a character from a couple years back in Laura’s past from the original X-23 comic but he’s a simple enough character that new readers can catch on easily. Smart move by Taylor. Great arc

10
All-New Wolverine #30

Jun 8, 2019

Perfect execution by Tom Taylor and Juan Cabal. This was the best arc of the whole series and All-New Wolverine 30 is the best issue yet. Even the haters liked this issue. Phenomenal

10
All-New Wolverine #31

Jun 8, 2019

Before this issue, All-New Wolverine 30 was the best issue of the series. Now it’s second. I loved this

9.5
All-New Wolverine #32

Jun 8, 2019

All-New Wolverine has been on a hot streak since issue 25 and it just keeps on rolling. Amber, co-leader of the Orphans of X, gets her revenge for her father with Laura’s help on the man who hired Laura to kill her dad. It’s a beautifully drawn issue

10
All-New Wolverine #33

Jun 8, 2019

Old Man Logan was a violent, bloody, sad, revenge comic so you’d think Old Woman Laura would be something like that. Instead we get the most realistic future for the Marvel Universe ever. This Old Woman Laura timeline perfectly balances tragedy and triumph as the heroes of the world won, besides Dr Doom. I hate Gabby’s haircut but that doesn’t matter too much Imao. Laura is dying and before she goes out, she wants to kill Doom and save her long lost sister, Bellona. Oh, and Gabby’s husband is named Taylor. Like Tom Taylor. I love that😂😂

9.5
All-New Wolverine #34

Jun 8, 2019

I love this futuristic story arc and like I said in last issue’s review, it’s the most realistic Marvel Future yet. Beautiful art and Taylor just leaves me breathless with this wonderful comic. RIP Maria Hill. Plus what’s with all the buzzcuts?

10
All-New Wolverine #35

Jun 8, 2019

Fabulous final 11 issues. I’m gonna miss All-New Wolverine.

7.5
All-New Wolverine Annual #1

Jun 7, 2019

Wasn’t really feeling this annual and the body swapped idea has been used wayyy to many times. Great art and great humor though. And Jonathan. He’s just the greatest

9.5
All-Star Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder #1

Jul 28, 2019

First off, this was not nearly as bad as I was expecting. In fact it was incredibly better. Miller and Jim Lee give us a fantastic first issue

8.5
All-Star Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder #2

Jul 28, 2019

While Bruce’s characterization and dialogue is definitely off, the art and storyline itself make for an otherwise perfect comic

6.0
All-Star Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder #3

Jul 30, 2019

I find it disturbing how sex-centered this issue was as Frank Miller takes a considerable amount of time in this comic to write bar punks complimenting Black Canary’s butt. The art is great as usual but this is where I believe Miller starts to fall off the rails. Batman is acting like a complete maniac, but that doesn’t bother me as much as others because he probably seems like a maniac to everyone except Alfred and Robin

5.5
All-Star Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder #4

Jul 30, 2019

I’m very conflicted on whether I hate this comic or love it. Batman acts like a maniac and everybody is extremely oversexualized (Black Canary, Vicki Vale), yet on the other hand, the art is perfect, the dialogue is light compared to other Miller comics, and Robin is written pretty well

7.0
All-Star Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder #5

Jul 30, 2019

As always with jolly Frank Miller, this is simply and utterly ridiculous and crazy, and sometimes, I just can’t help but love it. Lee drew the Justice League better than anyone ever in this issue and I love Miller’s take on the classic team (Clark and Diana kissed!!). We still have some issues with Batman acting insane and literally everything with Black Canary but good issue

7.5
All-Star Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder #6

Jul 30, 2019

I got to admit that I love Frank Miller and Jim Lee’s take on Batgirl so far and I can’t wait for her to interact with Robin. All-Star Batman and Robin isn’t for everybody but many Weill possibly find this enjoyable

2.0
All-Star Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder #7

Jul 30, 2019

Wow ok so in the past 6 issues Batman has been brutally beating criminals but not killing them but now he just burns them to death without a second thought. Seems to me like a leap that Bruce would actually do that and the random and totally out of place sex scene between Bruce and Black Canary was just horribly written. Seems more like Frank living out his fantasies through this comic

6.5
All-Star Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder #8

Jul 30, 2019

After last issue I’ve come to except this over the top Batman, and it made this series so much better? I’m not kidding, I really enjoyed this issue by taking it less seriously, and the scenes with Green Lantern were spectacular

7.5
All-Star Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder #9

Jul 31, 2019

Batman and Robin painting the room yellow for Green Lantern was pure awesome, and Bruce’s monologue was also hilarious when he thought of Green Lantern. Like I’ve said before, this series is so much better if you don’t take this maniac over the top Batman seriously

6.5
All-Star Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder #10

Jul 31, 2019

While I wasn’t totally disappointed in this series’ abrupt end, I was beginning to be invested in Batgirl’s arc and I was excited for Frank Miller’s plans with the Joker

10
All-Star Superman #1

Dec 23, 2018

10
All-Star Superman #2

Dec 23, 2018

10
All-Star Superman #3

Dec 23, 2018

10
All-Star Superman #4

Dec 23, 2018

10
All-Star Superman #5

Dec 23, 2018

10
All-Star Superman #6

Dec 23, 2018

10
All-Star Superman #7

Dec 23, 2018

10
All-Star Superman #8

Dec 23, 2018

10
All-Star Superman #9

Dec 23, 2018

10
All-Star Superman #10

Dec 23, 2018

10
All-Star Superman #11

Dec 23, 2018

10
All-Star Superman #12

Dec 23, 2018

10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #2

Mar 12, 2021

10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #3

Mar 12, 2021

10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #4

Mar 12, 2021

10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #5

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #6

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #7

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #8

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #9

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #10

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #11

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #12

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #13

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #14

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #15

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #16

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #17

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #18

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #19

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #20

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #21

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #22

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #23

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #24

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #25

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #26

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #27

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #28

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #29

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #30

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #31

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #32

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #33

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #34

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #35

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #36

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #37

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #38

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #39

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #40

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #41

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #42

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #43

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #44

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #45

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #47

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #48

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #49

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #50

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #51

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #52

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #53

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #54

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #55

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #56

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #57

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #58

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #59

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #60

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #61

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #62

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #63

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #64

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #65

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #66

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #67

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #68

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #69

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #70

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #71

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #72

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #73

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #74

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #75

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #76

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #77

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #78

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #79

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #80

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #81

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #82

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #83

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #84

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #85

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #86

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #87

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #88

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #89

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #90

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #91

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #92

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #93

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #94

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #95

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #96

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #97

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #98

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #99

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Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #100

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9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #101

Mar 12, 2021

9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #102

Mar 12, 2021

9.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #103

Mar 12, 2021

9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #104

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9.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #105

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9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #106

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9.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #107

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9.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #108

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9.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #109

Mar 12, 2021

9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #110

Mar 12, 2021

10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #111

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #112

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #113

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #114

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9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #115

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9.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #116

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9.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #117

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9.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #118

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9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #119

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9.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #120

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #121

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #122

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9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #123

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9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #124

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9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #125

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9.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #126

Mar 12, 2021

10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #127

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #128

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #129

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #130

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #131

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9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #132

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9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #133

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #134

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9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #135

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #136

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #137

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9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #138

Mar 12, 2021

9.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #139

Mar 12, 2021

10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #140

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #141

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9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #142

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #143

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #144

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #145

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9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #146

Mar 12, 2021

9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #147

Mar 12, 2021

10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #148

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #149

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10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #150

Mar 12, 2021

9.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #151

Mar 14, 2021

8.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #152

Mar 14, 2021

9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #153

Mar 14, 2021

Kinda corny ending with the Bolton guy but f it this was a great issue.

8.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #154

Mar 14, 2021

7.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #155

Mar 14, 2021

8.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #156

Mar 14, 2021

7.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #157

Mar 14, 2021

7.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #158

Mar 14, 2021

8.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #159

Mar 14, 2021

7.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #160

Mar 14, 2021

6.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #161

Mar 14, 2021

7.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #162

Mar 14, 2021

8.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #163

Mar 14, 2021

7.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #164

Mar 14, 2021

8.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #165

Mar 14, 2021

6.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #166

Mar 14, 2021

7.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #167

Mar 14, 2021

The Marla JJ dynamic is hilarious

6.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #168

Mar 14, 2021

7.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #169

Mar 14, 2021

8.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #170

Mar 14, 2021

8.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #171

Mar 14, 2021

8.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #172

Mar 14, 2021

7.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #173

Mar 14, 2021

8.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #174

Mar 14, 2021

7.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #175

Mar 14, 2021

9.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #176

Mar 14, 2021

9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #177

Mar 14, 2021

9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #178

Mar 14, 2021

10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #179

Mar 14, 2021

One of the greatest plot twists ever imo. It wasn’t amazingly obvious of a plot twist but wasn’t too shocking that it was unbelievable.

10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #180

Mar 14, 2021

8.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #181

Mar 14, 2021

10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #293

Mar 13, 2021

Easy 10

10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #294

Mar 13, 2021

One of the best supervillain deaths ever

9.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #378

Mar 13, 2021

9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #379

Mar 13, 2021

9.0
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) #380

Mar 13, 2021

10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) Annual #1

Mar 12, 2021

10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) Annual #2

Mar 14, 2021

10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) Annual #3

Mar 14, 2021

10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) Annual #4

Mar 14, 2021

10
Amazing Spider-Man (1963) Annual #5

Mar 14, 2021

9.5
Amazing Spider-Man (1999) #677

Dec 23, 2018

Amazing tie in to Waid’s Daredevil. If your reading Amazing Spider Man you may as well skip this but if your reading Daredevil this is a must read

8.0
Angela: Asgard's Assassin #1

Jan 12, 2019

Though I was confused at the start, this issue really got better near the end. The art was perfect and I’m very excited for the rest of the series. Gillen is flying up my favorite writers list

8.5
Angela: Asgard's Assassin #2

Jan 12, 2019

We get a lot of flashbacks that show us how we got to present day, and it really cleared up my confusion from last issue. Fabolues issue. My only problem is that this series doesn’t seem to fit alongside Jason Aaron’s Thor run. In Aaron’s stuff, the birth of Aldrif is never mentioned, and Frejya was never pregnant.

9.0
Angela: Asgard's Assassin #3

Jan 12, 2019

It’s good to see the Guardians of the Galaxy and Loki join the series, their additions pump up the stakes

7.0
Angela: Asgard's Assassin #4

Jan 12, 2019

A dip in quality after an enjoyable first three issues. The Guardians just don’t fit in this series

7.0
Angela: Queen Of Hel #1

Jan 13, 2019

I just wish Bennett could have written this issue in chronological issue instead of bouncing back in forth through time zones. It is really confusing. I thought Angela saving Sera would take all 7 issues but I guess it’ll only take half of one issue. The art was ok but not on par with Angela, Asgard’s Assassin, which came before this comic. Even though I do not support the LGBTQ community and do not think it is right to be Lesbian, gay, or transgender, its kinda of satisfying that Marvel finally delivered on Angela and Sera’s relationship after the lesbian undertones that Kieron Agilent set in Asgard’s Assassin. Honestly the only reason Maurgerite Bennett is writing this series and not Gillen is to write about the Angela and Sera relationship. Again, I don not support lesbians and do not think what they are doing is right but that’s not gonna stop comic companies from writing g about them. It’s not like I don’t acknowledge them or something. Also a good job bun marvel by writing its Lesbian characters as actual lesbians. Bobby Drake is gay apparently, even though he never showed any signs of it for his first 60 years of existence. Gambit was supposed to come out as gay, which would’ve been the complete opposite of his character. Julie Power and Karolina from the Runaways are Lesbians but I don’t know how they were written before. Striker from Avengers Academy came out to Julie and honestly, it was pretty well written. Having gay characters is fine, because in the real world they do exist, but no need to change an entire characters history to please 3% of buyers

6.5
Angela: Queen Of Hel #2

Jan 13, 2019

This issue was a real turn off to me. I don’t understand all the positive reviews. The way Bennett tells the story not in order is very confusing. Like, why is Angela fighting these trials anyway? The only reason I’ll be back for issue 3 is the last page reveal of the return of Leah from Gillen’s Journey Into Mystery!

9.5
Animal Man (1988) #1

Jan 12, 2021

Ive read most of Morrison’s big 2 work before reading Animal Man and never did I expect the first issue to be so...simple. I still love it nonetheless !

9.0
Animal Man (1988) #2

Jan 12, 2021

9.5
Animal Man (1988) #3

Jan 12, 2021

9.5
Animal Man (1988) #4

Jan 12, 2021

10
Animal Man (1988) #5

Jan 12, 2021

8.5
Animal Man (1988) #6

Jan 12, 2021

10
Animal Man (1988) #7

Jan 12, 2021

What a great issue.

10
Animal Man (1988) #8

Jan 12, 2021

Example A why McCulloch is the best Mirror Master

9.5
Animal Man (1988) #9

Jan 12, 2021

Morrison brings so much heart to these characters.

9.0
Animal Man (1988) #10

Jan 12, 2021

10
Animal Man (1988) #11

Jan 12, 2021

10
Animal Man (1988) #12

Jan 12, 2021

Morrison perfectly blends character writing and development with his signature big, grand ideas

10
Animal Man (1988) #13

Jan 12, 2021

One of the greatest comic issues I’ve ever read, and its surprisingly even more relevant today than I imagine it was in the late 80s. Although Mike says the B’wana Beast isn’t about politics, for some people, like Dominic, their whole life and well-being revolves around politics.

9.5
Animal Man (1988) #14

Jan 12, 2021

Not the greatest issue immediately after I read it, but it all made sense in time...

10
Animal Man (1988) #15

Jan 12, 2021

Wow, I never thought I would feel this bad for fictional dolphins

10
Animal Man (1988) #16

Jan 12, 2021

Another tremendous and unique issue of Animal Man. The JLE simply sees good and evil and fight against all that they don’t understand while Buddy accepts the weirdness, see his and Ellen’s conversation in the beginning, and attempted to understand the Time Commander

10
Animal Man (1988) #17

Jan 12, 2021

10
Animal Man (1988) #18

Jan 12, 2021

10
Animal Man (1988) #19

Jan 12, 2021

Insane...

10
Animal Man (1988) #20

Jan 12, 2021

One of the most truly heartbreaking issues ive read, even though I know its not permanent

10
Animal Man (1988) #21

Jan 12, 2021

10
Animal Man (1988) #22

Jan 12, 2021

9.5
Animal Man (1988) #23

Jan 12, 2021

10
Animal Man (1988) #24

Jan 12, 2021

10
Animal Man (1988) #25

Jan 12, 2021

A true tear jerker

10
Animal Man (1988) #26

Jan 12, 2021

Pure genius

10
Annihilation #1

Jan 7, 2019

Dont know why the site only has issues 1 and 3 and not the full 6?

10
Annihilation #2

Jan 23, 2019

9.5
Annihilation #3

Jan 7, 2019

10
Annihilation #4

Jan 23, 2019

10
Annihilation #5

Jan 23, 2019

9.5
Annihilation #6

Jan 23, 2019

8.0
Annihilation - Scourge: Alpha #1

Nov 26, 2019

What I was expecting to be a rushed attempt by Marvel for sales by resurrecting a decade old classic story turned out to by a pretty decent comic, and yes, Matthew Rosenberg wrote it. The art is great and the story was a pretty funny and action packed romp through the Negative Zone. My main problem is that Annihilus is severely underpowered. Excited for those one-shots

10
Annihilation - Scourge: Fantastic Four #1

Dec 7, 2019

This was awesome. First off, the art by Olortegui was amazing. While I wasn’t a huge fan of the Alpha issue of this event, this Fantastic Four issue was phenomenal. Christos Gage perfectly shows off his mastery of continuity and his talent for writing the Fantastic Four’s family dynamic. Johnny was written especially well, and I love the callbacks to Jonathan Hickman’s Fantastic Four. Dan Slott May have been Gage’s mentor, but I for one believe Gage should be writing the main Fantastic Four title, instead of Slott

9.5
Annihilation - Scourge: Nova #1

Dec 7, 2019

After what I thought was a good but not great Alpha issue, Annihilation: Scourge has pumped out 2 great one-shots, including this Nova one-shot written by Matthew Rosenberg. Rosenberg does a great job of writing the Nova/Annihilus dynamic and Roberson’s art was fun and adventurous. The Sentry and his Revengers are terrifying villains, and this issue was overall amazingly written. Color me impressed

8.0
Annihilation - Scourge: Beta Ray Bill #1

Dec 13, 2019

Anything with Beta Ray Bill is a fun read, especially when he’s written and drawn this well. Unfortunately, nothing really happens at all the first half of this issue, and it’s all just set up for the Omega issue. Still enjoyable, nonetheless

10
Annihilation - Scourge: Silver Surfer #1

Dec 13, 2019

Just a perfect issue by Abnett and Davidson and by far the best and most eventful issue of Scourge so far. The art was divine, especially on Silver Surfer himself. Abnett proves hes just as good a writer as he was 10 years ago. Beautiful issue; Silver Surfer done right

4.0
Annihilation - Scourge: Omega #1

Dec 18, 2019

I thought the Alpha issue was alright, and I loved the next 4 one-shots but man, what a let down. Annihilation: Scourge Omega is a tale of 2-halfs. The first half of this issue is a bunch of choppy dialogue as the the Fantastic Four, Silver Sentry, and Beta Ray Bill all gather and team up. The second half of this issue is a huge, uninspired battle scene between the Cancerverse and the FF’s band of refugees, plus a whole army of every Marvel cosmic space character that Nova assembled and randomly appeared with. This whole issue was just so stupid. The whole reason the Cancerverse is destroying the Negative Zone is because Richard Rider was cured from them like half a decade ago, and he’s “the one that got away”. The heroes defeat the void by Silver Sentry flying into him. All that, and Silver Sentry just flies into him problem solved. Richard swallows the entire Cancerverse. The entire cancer verse, I’m not joking. Sentry shoots an eye beam at Richard and he pops, both Richard and all the Cancerverse dead. Everyone then lived happily ever after and with a last page twist, Richard gets resurrected by Annihilus! Rosenberg killed off Nova and brought him back 9 pages later. I’m sorry for the language but this was some shit. I thought the Silver Sentry was cool, and there was some nice art so I’ll give it a 4.

9.0
Annihilation: Conquest #1

Jan 7, 2019

That last page though

8.5
Annihilation: Conquest #2

Jan 7, 2019

8.5
Annihilation: Conquest #3

Jan 7, 2019

5.0
Ant-Man & The Wasp (2018) #1

Nov 7, 2021

Utterly boring and uninteresting first issue. Don’t care for Nadia at all. Art is great

6.0
Ant-Man & The Wasp (2018) #2

Nov 7, 2021

7.0
Ant-Man & The Wasp (2018) #3

Nov 7, 2021

Steadily improving

7.5
Ant-Man & The Wasp (2018) #4

Nov 7, 2021

So ridiculous that it’s good. I like the blue guy

7.0
Ant-Man & The Wasp (2018) #5

Nov 7, 2021

Way too sciencey but not horrible I liked the art and Dalen Burr

7.0
Asgardians of the Galaxy #1

Apr 25, 2019

While Asgardians of the Galaxy has a very intriguing premise, the assembling of the team is way too fast and the pacing feels off. It would help if the art was better as well, but this series definitely has potential to be great

8.0
Asgardians of the Galaxy #2

Apr 25, 2019

A pretty solid issue with great pacing. I still don’t like the art but this is shaping up to be a pretty good series. I love the team and I live the War of the Realms threat that Loki creates the horn for.

7.5
Asgardians of the Galaxy #3

Apr 25, 2019

The art is pretty bad but this series is great because the team has a singular mission and that keeps the series focused. For a team book, though, Asgardians of the Galaxy seems much more focused on Valkyrie than any other character (Cullen Bunn wrote Valkyrie before in Fearless Defenders). Bunny has great respect for continuity as it combines elements of Fearless Defenders, Jeff Lemire’s Thanos, and Infinity Wars while it is sure to lead into War of the Realms in the future. But don’t let this intimidate you because I haven’t read Fearless Defenders or Infinity Wars yet I understand perfectly fine. The art holds this series back and it occasionally relies on past comics too much, but all in all a pretty good series and issue

8.0
Asgardians of the Galaxy #4

Apr 25, 2019

Bunn has rightfully balanced the panel time between the team and the team has developed great chemistry. The art is bearable and Nebula is a worthy antagonist for this assembly of Asgardians. This series has impressed me so far and this issue is the best one yet.

8.0
Asgardians of the Galaxy #5

Apr 25, 2019

These last 2 issues have definitely impressed me especially after a sluggish opening issue. The Nebula arc concludes and Bunn succeeds in making me care for the team. The art is still meh but Throg is drawn especially well. One of my personal favorite parts of this series is Bunn's respect for continuity.

8.5
Asgardians of the Galaxy #6

Apr 25, 2019

The second arc of Asgardians of the Galaxy plays out pretty naturally from the last issue and I really liked the art in this issue for once. It looks like Urzuul is here to stay and we meet the new Ravagers. I didn't read Bunn's Drax series but wow what a line-up for the Ravagers: Yondu, Sera, Planet Terry, Ora, Cammi, and Pip the Troll! This series could get a little crowded but if it sticks to the main story idea it should be fine. Best issue yet!

7.5
Asgardians of the Galaxy #7

Apr 26, 2019

Buffagni’s art is stunning and it fits this comic perfectly. Unfortunately, Lotti comes back next issue for the War of the Realms tie in issue. It was sad to see Kid Loki go and my favorite part of these last 2 issues was meeting the new Ravagers. I hope we see them again in War of the Realms or somewhere, or even there own mini-series, because they were very entertaining. I don’t see much of a reason for this series though after War of the Realms

8.0
Asgardians of the Galaxy #8

Apr 26, 2019

This series has been leading to War of the Realms from the get go and it hasn’t disappointed. Lolli is back for the art and he does a good job. This rag tag group of Thor supporting characters has managed to stay interesting even with the death of Kid Loki. Angela continues to be the most intriguing character. And is it just or is most of the team homosexual. I mean Angela and Valkyrie are confirmed lesbian and Skurge got a little flirty with that Ravager robot

7.0
Asgardians of the Galaxy #9

May 22, 2019

The art is eh and this issue is anything but necessary to the War of the Realms event it ties into but Annabelle could become a truly fascinating character now that Valkyrie is dead and she is free. It’s definitely time for this series to end though after the tie-ins. More of a Fearless Defenders sequel than anything else

8.5
Asgardians of the Galaxy #10

Jun 12, 2019

While Asgardians of the Galaxy was never great, it was always an adventurous and solid comic, which is why I’m sad to see it go. This finale is obviously rushed, but it acts as a glorious send off for the team in the huge battle that is the War of the Realms

6.0
Astonishing Tales (2009) #1

Feb 21, 2019

Hickman’s perfect character writing of Sunspot and Cannonball started here and I’m not a big fan of the art but I love the overall idea of the story

6.5
Astonishing Tales (2009) #2

Feb 21, 2019

I never knew Hickman could write short, funny, and uncomplicated stories as well as he has

7.5
Astonishing Tales (2009) #5

Feb 21, 2019

The Mojoworld story is incredibly funny as it makes the funniest sex, 4th wall, and stuff wrong with comic book jokes. Seriously it’s hilarious

9.0
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #1

Dec 20, 2018

Not a lot of action but it’s a #1 issue so it’s not supposed to be but Joss Whedon starts the stage for a great run

9.5
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #2

Dec 20, 2018

This story was so good that it only took two years for it to be adapted into a movie in X-Men: The Last Stand

9.5
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #3

Dec 20, 2018

9.0
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #4

Dec 20, 2018

9.0
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #5

Dec 20, 2018

10
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #6

Dec 20, 2018

Joss Whedon and John Cassady finish their opening story arc perfectly

7.5
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #7

Dec 20, 2018

Half of this issue is filler

8.0
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #8

Dec 20, 2018

Writers are really getting desperate if the Danger Room has become a villain now

7.0
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #9

Dec 20, 2018

Ok so the Danger Room as a villain would be a cool idea for a solid 1-2 issues but SIX FULL ISSUES is just wack. Great art and amazing character writer by Whedon save this issue from a lower score

8.0
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #10

Dec 20, 2018

8.0
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #11

Dec 20, 2018

This story has lasted way to long but at least Professor X is back!

8.5
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #12

Dec 20, 2018

9.0
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #13

Dec 20, 2018

The narrative going on since issue one has been fantastic

10
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #14

Dec 20, 2018

The best issue yet

9.5
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #15

Dec 20, 2018

9.5
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #16

Dec 20, 2018

This story arc is so much better than the Danger Room one

10
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #17

Dec 20, 2018

The alien parts of the story are heating up as Colossus is prophesied to destroy Ord’s home planet

9.5
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #18

Dec 20, 2018

I’ve mever liked Emma Frost and I still don’t but Joss Whedon has made her very interesting while John Cassady makes her a pleasure to look at!

9.5
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #19

Dec 20, 2018

Our of Whedon’s Four arcs this one is the best

9.5
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #20

Dec 20, 2018

9.0
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #21

Dec 20, 2018

9.5
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #22

Dec 20, 2018

9.5
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #23

Dec 20, 2018

10
Astonishing X-Men (2004) #24

Dec 20, 2018

WHY DID WHEDON ONLY WRITE 24 ISSUES THIS WAS AMAZING

10
Avengers (1963) #1

Mar 12, 2021

9.0
Avengers (1963) #2

Mar 12, 2021

9.0
Avengers (1963) #3

Mar 12, 2021

10
Avengers (1963) #4

Mar 12, 2021

10
Avengers (1963) #7

Mar 12, 2021

9.5
Avengers (1963) #8

Mar 12, 2021

9.5
Avengers (1963) #9

Mar 12, 2021

9.0
Avengers (1963) #10

Mar 12, 2021

10
Avengers (1963) #11

Mar 12, 2021

10
Avengers (1963) #125

Mar 12, 2021

9.5
Avengers (1963) #272

Mar 12, 2021

9.5
Avengers (1963) #273

Mar 12, 2021

9.0
Avengers (1963) #274

Mar 12, 2021

10
Avengers (1963) #275

Mar 12, 2021

9.5
Avengers (1963) #276

Mar 12, 2021

10
Avengers (1963) #277

Mar 12, 2021

9.0
Avengers (1963) #368

Apr 16, 2021

Surprisingly tremendous opening to Bloodties. Art is great, and Harras’ pacing is terrific. The plot is genuinely interesting and realistic and I cant wait for next chapter of Bloodties

8.5
Avengers (1963) #369

Apr 16, 2021

6.0
Avengers (1963) #400

Dec 23, 2021

Art is absolutely awful. Story is eh, definitely not worthy of an anniversary issue like Avengers 400

9.0
Avengers (1963) #401

Dec 24, 2021

7.0
Avengers (1963) #402

Dec 25, 2021

10
Avengers (1963) Annual #7  
7.5
Avengers (1998) #0

Dec 13, 2018

Cool prologue to Ultron Unlimited (read in between Avengers 18 and 19)

10
Avengers (1998) #1

Dec 13, 2018

So! Many! Avengers!

9.5
Avengers (1998) #2

Dec 13, 2018

A great story that fails to let me get bored

9.0
Avengers (1998) #3

Dec 13, 2018

8.5
Avengers (1998) #4

Dec 13, 2018

I love the issues where they chose the teams for some reason.

8.0
Avengers (1998) #5

Dec 13, 2018

8.5
Avengers (1998) #6

Dec 18, 2018

The Perez art is awesome

9.5
Avengers (1998) #7

Dec 18, 2018

I’m not really invested in any of the villains so far but the team dynamic and drama that Busiek writes is what keeps me going

9.5
Avengers (1998) #8

Dec 18, 2018

Kurt writes Wanda perfectly (and Perez draws her perfectly as well) and Moses Magmum is an interesting villain but something is up with this Triathlon guy

9.0
Avengers (1998) #9

Dec 18, 2018

9.0
Avengers (1998) #10

Dec 18, 2018

I don’t care about the villains Wanda keeps me going

9.0
Avengers (1998) #11

Dec 18, 2018

10
Avengers (1998) #12

Dec 27, 2018

9.5
Avengers (1998) #13

Jan 6, 2019

Busiek writes Justice and Firestar perfectly

10
Avengers (1998) #14

Jan 6, 2019

8.0
Avengers (1998) #15

Jan 6, 2019

8.0
Avengers (1998) #16

Jan 6, 2019

7.5
Avengers (1998) #17

Jan 6, 2019

7.0
Avengers (1998) #18

Jan 6, 2019

8.5
Avengers (1998) #19

Jan 6, 2019

9.0
Avengers (1998) #20

Jan 6, 2019

8.5
Avengers (1998) #21

Jan 6, 2019

8.5
Avengers (1998) #22

Jan 6, 2019

The cover though

8.5
Avengers (1998) #23

Jan 6, 2019

5.0
Avengers (1998) #24

Jan 6, 2019

Wanda’s costume saves this issue from a lower score tbh

6.0
Avengers (1998) #25

Jan 6, 2019

9.0
Avengers (1998) #26

Jan 6, 2019

10
Avengers (1998) #27

Jan 6, 2019

6.0
Avengers (1998) #28

Jan 6, 2019

5.5
Avengers (1998) #29

Jan 6, 2019

5.5
Avengers (1998) #30

Jun 17, 2018

This whole storyline has been kinda meh. I don't really care about Kulan Gath or Silverclaw's mom or any of it.

8.5
Avengers (1998) #31

Jan 6, 2019

9.5
Avengers (1998) #32

Jan 6, 2019

9.0
Avengers (1998) #33

Jan 6, 2019

8.5
Avengers (1998) #34

Jan 6, 2019

9.0
Avengers (1998) #36

Dec 27, 2018

Unconvincing villains but great art and characterization

8.0
Avengers (1998) #37

Dec 27, 2018

9.5
Avengers (1998) #38

Dec 27, 2018

8.0
Avengers (1998) #39

Dec 27, 2018

8.5
Avengers (1998) #40

Dec 27, 2018

9.0
Avengers (1998) #41

Dec 19, 2018

And so the Kang Dynasty begins!

8.5
Avengers (1998) #42

Dec 19, 2018

I’m not interested in the Siberia storyline but the sKang stuff is fantastic

8.5
Avengers (1998) #43

Jan 12, 2019

I am not a fan of all this Master of the World stuff but iit serves as an important plot point down the road in the Lang Dynasty

7.5
Avengers (1998) #44

Jan 12, 2019

9.5
Avengers (1998) #45

Jan 12, 2019

10
Avengers (1998) #46

Jan 12, 2019

10
Avengers (1998) #47

Jan 12, 2019

Kurt Busiek is somehow making use from arguably the worst Avengers story ever aside of Avengers: the crossing, the infamous Avengers 200. In Avengers 200, Carol is raped and she gives birth to her rapist, who in the present is the Scarlet Centurion. Centurion and Carol fall in love and somehow it doesn’t feel forced or disgusting or taboo. Really speaks to how good a writer Kurt Busiek is.

10
Avengers (1998) #48

Jan 12, 2019

Busiek really is a madman because the Kang Dynasty is a hot mess, but it’s a beautiful hot mess. Seriously, though, it’s like the Mona Lisa of hot messes

9.5
Avengers (1998) #49

Jan 12, 2019

This silent issue was totally unnecessary, but it made the defeat and surrender of the Avengers all the more powerful

9.0
Avengers (1998) #50

Jan 12, 2019

The Triune Understanding has been working in the shadows since about issue 7, and now it seems like everything is culminating in Busiek’s final Avengers epic, the Kang Dynasty

10
Avengers (1998) #51

Jan 12, 2019

A very powerful issue that I’m a way pays homage to the concentration camps in WW2. Also, Wanda is my favorite character outside of Spidey and Loki, and Busiek writes her perfectly

9.0
Avengers (1998) #52

Jan 12, 2019

9.5
Avengers (1998) #53

Jan 12, 2019

10
Avengers (1998) #54

Jun 17, 2018

Maybe the highlight of Kurt Busiek's whole run. Heck, probably the highlight of Busiek's entire career. I've said it before and I'll say it again: Kurt Busiek was born to write Kang the Conqueror. This is a tremendous issue and, especially the last couple pages, were extremely devastating.

9.0
Avengers (1998) #55

Dec 18, 2018

The whole character of Duane was pointless but I loved Kangaroo Dynasty

8.5
Avengers (1998) #56

Dec 18, 2018

Bye Busiek!

8.0
Avengers (1998) #57

Dec 18, 2018

The Jack of Hearts and Ant Man arguing just doesn’t make sense to me. It just came out of the blue

7.5
Avengers (1998) #58

Dec 19, 2018

This isn’t Johns’ best work but I still like it and it gets better

7.0
Avengers (1998) #59

Dec 19, 2018

7.5
Avengers (1998) #60

Dec 19, 2018

Geoff Johns does a great job writing Wanda and She Hulk

7.5
Avengers (1998) #61

Dec 19, 2018

7.0
Avengers (1998) #62

Dec 19, 2018

Though the feude between Scott and Jack of Hearts seems out of character, it will have ramifications in Avengers Disassembled!

8.0
Avengers (1998) #63

Dec 19, 2018

7.5
Avengers (1998) #64

Dec 19, 2018

I always thought Falcon was kinda weird

8.5
Avengers (1998) #65

Dec 19, 2018

Geoff’s best issue yet with the arrival of Oliver Coipel!

8.5
Avengers (1998) #66

Dec 19, 2018

The Red Zone story is the highlight of Geoff Johns’ Avengers run

8.0
Avengers (1998) #67

Dec 19, 2018

Don’t understand why Black Panther is on the team I still love this comic

8.5
Avengers (1998) #68

Dec 19, 2018

I liked the Red Skull twist

8.0
Avengers (1998) #69

Dec 19, 2018

I want a She Hulk series written by Geoff Johns

8.0
Avengers (1998) #70

Dec 19, 2018

Wanda’s costume is a little weird but gotta love the rest of the Coipel art

6.5
Avengers (1998) #71

Dec 19, 2018

Never been I fan of Hank and Janet

7.0
Avengers (1998) #72

Dec 19, 2018

6.5
Avengers (1998) #73

Dec 19, 2018

6.0
Avengers (1998) #74

Dec 19, 2018

6.5
Avengers (1998) #75

Dec 19, 2018

5.0
Avengers (1998) #76

Dec 19, 2018

5.0
Avengers (1998) #77

Dec 19, 2018

Marvel is seeing something I’m not because Chuck Austen is terrible

4.5
Avengers (1998) #78

Dec 19, 2018

Wanda’s powers are basically whatever the writer needs them to be. Seriously though, compare Wanda from Stan Lee, to Roy Thomas, to Kurt Busiek, to Geoff Johns, to Chuck Austen, to Brian Michael Bendis, and to James Robinson and her powers and abilities are always different.

3.0
Avengers (1998) #79

Dec 19, 2018

I don’t even recognize these characters anymore

4.0
Avengers (1998) #80

Dec 19, 2018

5.0
Avengers (1998) #81

Dec 19, 2018

The new Captain Britain is interesting but the problem is that she is abandoned after Austen’s run ends

4.0
Avengers (1998) #82

Jun 17, 2018

Oh Chuck Austen, your Avengers run sucked. Nobody cares about this new Captain Britian. Nobody cares about the Invaders. Believe me, Hank Pym has always been one of my least favorite characters, but Hawkeye and the Wasp getting together? That is just crossing a line. Hank doesn't deserve that.

4.0
Avengers (1998) #83

Dec 19, 2018

I really could not care less

2.0
Avengers (1998) #84

Dec 19, 2018

Believe me, I hate Hank Pym as much as the next guy, butbseting Janet up with Clint? That’s a line that should not be crossed. Oh, and if you liked the Invaders storyline, don’t worry, it’s not like it gets resolved or anything

9.5
Avengers (1998) #500

Jun 17, 2018

Brian Michael Bendis gives a relief of fresh air to a series that was being driven to the ground by Chuck Austen. The artwork is amazing and is exactly how Avengers comics should be drawn. I still don't know why Captain Britain is still here but let's go ahead and blame Austen again on this one. Iron Man's UN speech is amazing to read thanks to the Bendis writing and Finch art. Avengers #500 is truly the worst day in Avengers history

9.0
Avengers (1998) #501

Dec 19, 2018

I love Bendis. And the art. The art is great

9.0
Avengers (1998) #502

Dec 19, 2018

9.5
Avengers (1998) #503

Dec 19, 2018

Bendis handled Wanda and his story so well and the best part is that Avengers Disassembled actually had lasting consequences. One could argue that Avengers Disassembled affected our heroes all the way to Avengers vs X-Men, which is 12 years later

8.0
Avengers (2010) #1

Dec 10, 2018

A good start

7.5
Avengers (2010) #2

Dec 10, 2018

Noh-Varr joining the book is great but this time travel is getting pretty confusing and the Wonder Man as a villain thing isn’t really working out but we’ll see

7.0
Avengers (2010) #3

Dec 10, 2018

It’s a cool story idea but it has been just poorly executed by Brian Michael Bendis and the Apocalypse and time travel stuff is a little overboard. Too many jokes and they don’t fit the tone

7.5
Avengers (2010) #4

Dec 10, 2018

Bendis is doing a writing an interesting story but he executes it so poorly that it seems like I just don’t care when I’m supposed to. I hope future storyline better than the first one. Old Tony Stark is cool though and the promise of the Avengers’ kids was just an attention grab.

8.0
Avengers (2010) #5

Dec 10, 2018

The story is progressing but it feels like we’ve read this Ultron stuff a thousand times already.

6.0
Avengers (2010) #6

Dec 10, 2018

Wow that was confusing

9.0
Avengers (2010) #7

Dec 10, 2018

Avengers 7 is a MAJOR improvement over the 1st 6 issues and this is a must read

9.5
Avengers (2010) #8

Dec 10, 2018

Improves upon the last issue with the Illuminati, The Hood, and the Infinity Stones!

9.5
Avengers (2010) #9

Dec 10, 2018

I thought this series was lost after the Kang storyline but Bendis assembles The Illuminati, Avengers, New Avengers, Secret Avengers, and Red Hulk to fight an infinity stone wielding Hood who’s on the hunt for the entire Gauntlet!

8.5
Avengers (2010) #10

Dec 12, 2018

The Avengers finally come face to face with the Hood and sets the stage for the final two issues of this storyline

9.5
Avengers (2010) #11

Dec 12, 2018

The last page sets the stage for an amazing finale

9.5
Avengers (2010) #12

Dec 12, 2018

Doctor Strange’s Thanos trick was truly awesome, and maybe my favorite moment of this series so far. The only problem I have with this issue is that Hood gets no closure. He just goes back to jail. Bendis uses Hood so much that I was hoping he’d finally go out in a blaze of glory. Oh, and Red Hulk joins the Avengers

8.5
Avengers (2010) #12.1

Dec 12, 2018

Just because it has a .1 after it doesn’t mean you can just skip it. Avengers 12.1 is a much more fast paced and fun follow up to Avengers 1-6, but with much much better art. It also serves as Prologue to Age of Ultron. The only reason my review isn’t higher is because Age of Ultron wasn’t that amazing, it was just meh

9.0
Avengers (2010) #13

Dec 19, 2018

I’ve previous stated that this book needs to to tone down the goofiness, but when it’s tieing into an event that tries way to hard to be grim and gritty, a little goofiness is a breath of fresh air. Spidey always finds a way to make me laugh while the Red Hulk and Noh-Varr egg jokes were hilarious. The Modern Family/Survivor-esque confessional thing was hilarious as well and Luke Cage and Jessica Jones’ marriage has never been funnier. Though I like Clint and Spider Woman as a couple, Bendis destroyed Clint and Bobbi’s relationship in one issue. During Dark Reign, Siege, and Hawkeye and Mockingbird it looked like Clint and Bobbi we’re back together. Like seriously read those comics and then read this one and it’s so stupid that they said they weren’t together

8.5
Avengers (2010) #14

Dec 19, 2018

Somehow Avengers 14 finds the right mixture of silly and serious. I really liked Bendis’ story and that Red Hulk got more panel time. The avatars of Asgardians hammer people are really overpowered but I don’t think that is Bendis’ fault because he was tieing into a larger event

9.5
Avengers (2010) #15

Dec 19, 2018

The only reason this issue is a 9.5 instead of a 10 is because it’s a Far Itself tie in and Fear Itself sucks. The art and story are beautiful and the Spider Woman Hawkeye romance is growing on me now that it isn’t so forced

6.5
Avengers (2010) #16

Dec 19, 2018

Needless to say, a major step down from previous issues

7.0
Avengers (2010) #17

Dec 20, 2018

The cover is a scam because Spider Woman and Clint don’t even interact once this entire issue. One a positive note, I finally feel some appreciation for Noh-Varr but other than that a pretty skippable tie-in

7.5
Avengers (2010) #18

Dec 23, 2018

I like the cover as a nod to Justice League but it is very misleading as the new team Avengers isn’t chosen. Spider Woman and Hawkeye look at each other from across the room some more but not much develops on that front. The new AIM with Norman Osborn as its leader looks like intimidating and it could be a lot of fun

8.0
Avengers (2010) #19

Dec 23, 2018

I love when writers dedicate entire issues to choosing the teams. I love the new lineup and though it seems like Dark Reign is happening again, it seems more towned and that it will end quicker than Dark Reign. Great jumping on point if your new to the series

7.5
Avengers (2010) #20

Dec 23, 2018

Not much happens but Avengers 20 sets up the next couple issues well

6.5
Avengers (2010) #21

Dec 23, 2018

I was hoping this storyline would be at least a little different than Dark Reign but apparently Bendis has something else in mind. Plot wise, this series really isn’t that bad but character development it sucks

7.0
Avengers (2010) #22

Dec 23, 2018

Even though Gorgon is on the cover, he’s not even in the book itself. Yeah, it’s one of those Bendis runs

8.0
Avengers (2010) #23

Dec 23, 2018

This series still has its fair share of issues regarding character development, Bendis shows he is still a master of plotting stories with Dark Reign 2.0

8.0
Avengers (2010) #24

Dec 23, 2018

The summary always says a relationship will be taken to a new level but nothing ever happens in this issue. I heard about Hawkeye and Spider Woman before I read this series and I expected a lot more

10
Avengers (2010) #24.1

Dec 27, 2018

A great return for Vision with amazing art. This issue really reminded me of the golden era of Avengers comics: the Roy Thomas, Englehart, and Roger Stern stuff. Avengers 24.1 has ties to Avengers Disassembled and House of M by still being a prelude to Avengers vs X-Men

7.5
Avengers (2010) #25

Dec 27, 2018

My only problem with this issue is that theirs too much prelude and not enough event. And Wonder Man was in it so that sucked but great art

8.0
Avengers (2010) #26

Dec 27, 2018

Good tie in but basically the same as Secret Avengers 26

9.5
Avengers (2010) #27

Dec 27, 2018

Great tie in issue to a great event. Too bad Noh-Varr’s costume sucks😂

7.5
Avengers (2010) #28

Dec 28, 2018

Not a fan of the Red Hulk narrating buybacks Avengers vs X-Men may be the best event ever, with only House of M competing with it

6.5
Avengers (2010) #29

Dec 28, 2018

Literally the same thing as Wolverine and the X-Men 12

8.0
Avengers (2010) #30

Dec 28, 2018

It’s a good breather but I want to ship Clint and Jessica, but Bendis just makes it so hard

8.0
Avengers (2010) #31

Dec 28, 2018

I though Janet was gonna come back in Dan Slott’s Mighty Avengers, but she didn’t, I thought she was gonna be resurrected in Avengers Academy, but that was Michael Korvac’s wife. Though I’m happy Simon is out for redemption, it is so Bendis to resurrect another character he killed before he moves on to X-Men and Guardians and the Galaxy

7.5
Avengers (2010) #32

Dec 28, 2018

Cool idea but not the best arc though

7.0
Avengers (2010) #33

Dec 28, 2018

I just need this to end. 8 years was too much

7.5
Avengers (2010) #34

Dec 29, 2018

Pure action with not a lot of reason for it for 75% of the issue with the last 25% is after the battle ends and everybody is tired. My favorite parts were at the after party but there were only like 3 pages their

6.5
Avengers Fear Itself

Dec 29, 2018

7.5
Avengers Vol. 1

Dec 29, 2018

9.0
Avengers Vol. 2

Dec 29, 2018

7.0
Avengers Vol. 3

Dec 29, 2018

9.5
Avengers Vol. 4

Dec 29, 2018

7.0
Avengers Vol. 5

Dec 29, 2018

5.5
Avengers (2010) Annual #1

Dec 19, 2018

The art work is out of this world but let’s all agree Bendis should never be aloud to touch Wonder Man again. Just read Kurt Busiek’s Avengers and you’ll see what a shame it is that Bendis has ruined Wonder Man

9.5
Avengers (2012) #1

Dec 12, 2018

The art is the only thing holding Avengers 1 from getting a 10

9.5
Avengers (2012) #2

Dec 12, 2018

I love Hickman’s “go large” idea for the Avengers but Jerome Opena dust really sucks

9.5
Avengers (2012) #3

Dec 12, 2018

Hickman’s pacing has been amazing as the opening story arc has only took 3 issues, but when you think about it, isn’t this whole series just one big story arc? Opena is still lacking though

10
Avengers (2012) #4

Dec 12, 2018

Hickman knows his characters well, and Adam Kubert delivers amazing art!

10
Avengers (2012) #5

Dec 17, 2018

So this issue really helped me to enjoy the Smasher character and I’m glad she and Hyperion get issues like these because usually they don’t get enough panel time

9.5
Avengers (2012) #6

Dec 17, 2018

I’m not the biggest Captain Universe fan but still a fantastic and fun read

10
Avengers (2012) #7

Dec 17, 2018

Don’t blink or you might miss something incredible because this issue was awesome

10
Avengers (2012) #8

Dec 17, 2018

Dustin Weaver and Hickman hey back together after their SHIELD team up!

10
Avengers (2012) #9

Dec 17, 2018

It might to a couple reads to understand everything that happens but trust me it’s worth it

10
Avengers (2012) #10

Dec 17, 2018

Poor Canada: First they got New Avengers 16 by Bendis and now this storyline

10
Avengers (2012) #11

Dec 17, 2018

Sunspot and Cannonball goofing around with some AIM agents > any other price of literature ever

10
Avengers (2012) #12

Dec 17, 2018

Hickman lets his imagination run wild and I love it

9.5
Avengers (2012) #13

Dec 18, 2018

10
Avengers (2012) #14

Dec 18, 2018

It’s has become clear that ever since issue 1 Hickman with Ex Nihilo that Hickman was leading up to Infinity

10
Avengers (2012) #15

Dec 18, 2018

Black Widow on the cover though ;)

10
Avengers (2012) #16

Dec 18, 2018

Hickman’s creations Ex Nihilo and Abyss continue to become more and more important to the series

10
Avengers (2012) #17

Dec 18, 2018

Infinity is going to be incredible

10
Avengers (2012) #18

Dec 18, 2018

The council of worlds throws a great twist into Infinity and it has been one of my favorite parts so far. The art continues to be excellent

10
Avengers (2012) #19

Dec 18, 2018

10
Avengers (2012) #20

Dec 18, 2018

10
Avengers (2012) #21

Dec 18, 2018

9.5
Avengers (2012) #22

Dec 18, 2018

Though I’ve always like led the New Avengers Infinity tie-ins better than these, its Jonathan Hickman so nothing is truly a bad comic

10
Avengers (2012) #23

Dec 18, 2018

10
Avengers (2012) #24.NOW

Dec 18, 2018

Hickman tried his best to confuse us with his technobabble, which is what makes stories like these so interesting

10
Avengers (2012) #25

Dec 18, 2018

Something is brewing in this series and in Hickman’s New Avengers

10
Avengers (2012) #26

Dec 18, 2018

9.5
Avengers (2012) #27

Dec 18, 2018

The plot device of an alternative team of Avengers is kind of generic

10
Avengers (2012) #28

Dec 18, 2018

It’s starting to all come together now

9.0
Avengers (2012) #29

Nov 23, 2018

Not related to Original Sin in any capacity but definetely an amazing read and it kicks off the best parts of Hickman's Avengers and New Avengers runs

10
Avengers (2012) #30

Dec 18, 2018

Now that Steve Rogers knows about the Illuminati things are about to heat up

10
Avengers (2012) #31

Dec 18, 2018

10
Avengers (2012) #32

Dec 18, 2018

10
Avengers (2012) #33

Dec 18, 2018

10
Avengers (2012) #34

Dec 18, 2018

From here on out in Avengers and New Avengers are some of the greatest Comics ever

8.5
Avengers (2012) #34.1

Dec 18, 2018

4.0
Avengers (2012) #34.2

Dec 18, 2018

Terrible art and it somehow made me care about Starbrand and Nightmask even less

10
Avengers (2012) #35

Dec 18, 2018

Avengers 35 is full of small details that will blow your mind very very soon

10
Avengers (2012) #36

Dec 18, 2018

10
Avengers (2012) #37

Dec 18, 2018

Whatever you do stick to the end

10
Avengers (2012) #38

Dec 18, 2018

Not for the faint of heart

10
Avengers (2012) #39

Dec 18, 2018

I live the way Hickman incorporates Sunspot into the series. IMO he is the greatest X-Men turned Avenger after Wolverine

10
Avengers (2012) #41

Dec 18, 2018

As if the Avengers didn’t have enough on their plates, the Galactic Council is trying to destroy Earth!

10
Avengers (2012) #42

Nov 23, 2018

Jonathan Hickman has taken us on a journey unlike any other and it is finally culminating Secret Wars. Read this issue. Read every Hickman Avengers book. You won't be disappointed.

10
Avengers (2012) #43

Dec 18, 2018

10
Avengers (2012) #44

Jun 17, 2018

So a couple months ago I decided I was going to read all the modern Avengers comics before Avengers 4 came out. I started with Kurt Busiek’s Avengers, which was tons of fun and spectacular, especially during the Kang dynasty story. Afterwards Came Geoff Johns’ Avengers, which turned out to be a pleasant surprise. Chuck Austen’s Avengers run sucked which led me into Avengers Disassembled, which I liked but didn’t love. After I read House of M, and to this day it is still one of my favorite comics ever. After that I began the Brian Michael Bendis era of Avengers. It was the greatest thing ever. From the Breakout story to Civil War to Secret Invasion to Dark Reign to Siege to Secret Avengers to Fear Itself to Avengers vs X-Men. It was the most amazing thing I’d ever read. After I finished up AvX I decided to read Hickman’s run, with an extremely high bar thanks to Bendis. 79 issues between Avengers and New Avengers. One story. One. Hickman blew my mind. Avengers by Hickman took my mind places I didn’t know existed. I laughed. I cried. I wondered. Never have been so emotionally invested into a comic book. Hickman put heart into every character he touched. The twist and turns on every last page had me guessing. He had me routing for Thor and Hyperion against an army of Ivory Kings even though they had no chance. He had me shocked when he revealed the identity of Rabum Alal. The art is awesome. There is so much emotion on every page and every character. Do yourself a favor. Read Hickman’s Avengers and New Avengers. You’ll forget about Bendis

9.5
Avengers (2012) Annual #1

Jan 1, 2019

I love a good Christmas comic, and Immomen writes Steve Rogers perfectly. My only problem is that I didn’t care for Shang-Chi’s student kid

6.5
Avengers (2016) #1

Jan 29, 2019

I loved All-New All-Different Avengers so I had similar expectations for Waid’s Avengers. Though Waid again writes Sam Wilson spectacularly, the loss of Ms Marvel, Nova, and Miles to fellow superteam the Champions has taken a toll on the series. They were probably the best part of ANAD Avengers. Spider Man joining the team never hurts but I’m not a fan of Hercules. In ANAD Avengers, Kubert and Asrar delivered some of the best art in recent memory, but I hate Del Mundo’s art with a passion, especially when he draws Kang. I feel like Nadia Pym is a pretty generic character but she has potential. I really hope this first issue is just a fluke

9.5
Avengers (2016) #1.1

Jan 30, 2019

I love the flashback issue (Waid’s specialty, see JLA: Year One). This has always been one of my favorite rosters of Avengers and it’s good to see them back together in their early days. Stan would be proud

6.5
Avengers (2016) #2

Jan 29, 2019

I don’t know who the colorist is but they do a great job with Del Mundo’s awful and confusing art. I mean if time travel wasn’t confusing enough we get Del Mundo’s art and it makes it half as understandable as it already was. The story is decent, the art sucks, and the character writing is a huge step down from ANAD Avengers

9.0
Avengers (2016) #2.1

Jan 30, 2019

Easily better than the Kang story that is going on right now. This storyline will probably be even more important than Kangaroo war down the line as well

7.0
Avengers (2016) #3

Jan 30, 2019

Improving one the first two issues but still a long way away in terms of art and story

9.0
Avengers (2016) #3.1

Jan 30, 2019

Comics should try to become more and more like comics from the 60s because Waid and Kitson are showing us that was when the best comics were around. I love these .1 issues more than any other current series outside Mighty Thor

8.0
Avengers (2016) #4

Jan 30, 2019

I’m starting to like this series more and more and Del Mundo’s art isn’t as terrible. Fantastic covers also

9.5
Avengers (2016) #4.1

Jan 30, 2019

Any Silver Age fan will get taken back to the best age of comics with these amazing .1 issues. They are the only reason I’m reading this series because the Kang War story isn’t that good

8.5
Avengers (2016) #5

Jan 30, 2019

Waid’s Avengers has finally found its groove and I can’t wait for next issue. Best issue yet right here

9.0
Avengers (2016) #5.1

Jan 30, 2019

Can’t wait to see where Waid goes with this

8.0
Avengers (2016) #6

Jan 30, 2019

This series has definitely improved a lot and though it is definitely far from perfect it is a good read and the art has improved

7.0
Avengers (2016) #7

Jan 31, 2019

A self contained issue, which is a good thing. I don’t like Noto’s art and I just feel like Nadia is a generic character but nothing extremely bad about this issue

7.5
Avengers (2016) #8

Jan 31, 2019

After all the build up in the .1 issues this is what we get? I would’ve thought Avenger X would’ve been a major 4-6 issue arc and instead it’s one. Probably because of Secret Empire. Events are fine but I really hate tie-ins they throw everything off

7.5
Avengers (2016) #9

Jan 5, 2022

7.0
Avengers (2016) #10

Jan 5, 2022

I loved the opening pages but it was just so meh from there on out. If I wasn’t such a fan of Vision and Wanda this issue would be ranked way lower

7.0
Avengers (2016) #11

Feb 2, 2019

I do appreciate Waid giving us an aftermath issue after a big event and I usually love aftermath issues but this was poorly executed. Art also sucks. They need to find a good artist for this series. I did love the Vision and Hercules friendship though

9.0
Avengers (2016) #672

Feb 3, 2019

I’ve been waiting for the Avengers/Champions showdown for a while and this didn’t disappoint. I’m glad their is an actual antagonist and threat to the world instead of just a big fight between the Avengers and Champions. Art is amazing

8.5
Avengers (2016) #673

Feb 3, 2019

Another great installment of the Worlds Collide crossover. Avengers wise, Marvel Legacy seems like a big success so far

8.0
Avengers (2016) #675

Feb 9, 2019

Wow this issue was packed. First of all, I hate when their is a big disaster with a bunch of natural disasters and phenomenons. We’ve seen it soooo many times. Slott’s Mighty Avengers and Fear Itself did the exact same thing. Anyways, the art was great and a huge improvement from Del mundo. I loved the idea of all the active Avengers coming together but straight out of the gate Half of them get frozen? What’s the point of advertising a story with all the active Avengers when half of them are out of action by the first issue? I can’t wait for more Revelations about Voyager and even though this wasn’t the best opener I have a feeling No Surrender can be one of the best Avengers stories ever

8.5
Avengers (2016) #676

Feb 9, 2019

I love the inclusion of the Black Order and I’m not as big as a fan of the Lethal Legion but this arc is very interesting. Still disappointed so many Avengers are frozen but still a lot of great characters

9.5
Avengers (2016) #677

Feb 9, 2019

Woah that was good. I’ve always loved Pieter and now he is getting the attention and recognition he deserves. That said, I really really really hope he didn’t just die. I love how amidst this grand epic, Waid, Ewing, and Zub still find ways to finish unresolved plot points from their old series. Also, I love the respect for continuity (Ewing’s specialty). I mean they wrote about a secret base that hasn’t been mentioned since 1965 in Avengers 13! I love it!

8.5
Avengers (2016) #678

Feb 9, 2019

Another great issue. Waid, Ewing, and Zub’s writing styles complement each other perfectly and the art sets the tone. This is really forming into one of the best Avengers stories yet but when will we know more about the Voyager?

9.0
Avengers (2016) #679

Feb 9, 2019

Great issue that shows the origins of the Challenger. A very worthy villain that you can’t help but root for.

8.5
Avengers (2016) #680

Feb 9, 2019

Kind of all over the place but still a strong issue. No Surrender is the best Avengers story since Jonathan Hickman’s epic

9.0
Avengers (2016) #681

Feb 9, 2019

I was hoping for a bit more on the Voyager but I’ll take what I can get. My main complaint is that many characters are frozen and not doing anything.

8.5
Avengers (2016) #682

Feb 9, 2019

9.0
Avengers (2016) #683

Feb 10, 2019

Avengers: No Surrender thrives even though classic team members like Hank Pym, Steve Rogers, Tony Stark, Thor Odinson, Bruce Banner, Natasha Romanoff, and Peter Parker are not involved in the series. Instead, classic X-Men like Rogue and Sunspot and B-Listers like Falcon and Living Lightning take more prominent roles within the Avengers. It’s amazing what the trio of writers have been doing without most of the core Avengers. Fantastic story

9.5
Avengers (2016) #684

Feb 10, 2019

Ewing writes Hulk like no other writer can. He is truly terrifying this issue and if your spine didn’t shiver once this issue then you are fearless. Marvel Legacy has been pretty bad but Avengers: No Surrender may be the best part about it

9.0
Avengers (2016) #685

Feb 10, 2019

This is probably one of Hulk’s top 3 biggest rampages and an argument could be made this is his biggest rampage yet. Hulk absolutely destroys the Avengers auxiliary HQ and it’s pure delight.

9.0
Avengers (2016) #686

Feb 10, 2019

Easily the best Avengers story of the post-Secret Wars world. Everything that started in All-New All-Different Avengers is concluding and the trio of writers handles it perfectly. Waid writes the weekly format fantastically, just like he did with 52. Al Ewing takes the readers back to the Silver Age with his horrifying take on Hulk. Jim Zub writes Quicksilver like no writer ever has and really makes you understand him.

9.0
Avengers (2016) #687

Feb 10, 2019

The Voyager mystery was a lot of fun and I was hoping she would be Valeria Richards so the Richards family could be alive and come home but at least she wasn’t Kobik. That would’ve been stupid.

9.0
Avengers (2016) #688

Feb 10, 2019

Quicksilver has always been one of my favorite characters and I love Wanda and Pietro’s relationship. I really hope Pietro is alive though

9.0
Avengers (2016) #689

Feb 10, 2019

A really really solid conclusion and I don’t know what to say that I haven’t said already so just read Avengers: No Surrender. The art is pure eye candy

8.0
Avengers (2016) #690

Feb 10, 2019

A bit all over the place but still a nice and quiet aftermath issue after all that video game like action

8.5
Avengers (2018) #1

Apr 19, 2019

I loved Marvel Legacy 1, and I’m happy the story is finally continuing in Jason Aaron’s Avengers. The McGuinness’ art is colorful, fun, and vibrant and the roster of the team is very intriguing. Aaron writes his characters exceptionally, well, all except Ghost Rider that is. Amazing start to a hopefully great series

8.5
Avengers (2018) #2

Apr 19, 2019

Loki is my favorite Marvel character ever outside of Spider Man, so I was extremely excited to see him appear at the end of this issue. I wasn’t actually surprised because we saw Loki find a dark celestial in Marvel Legacy 1. The art is a pure delight but I wish the writing for She Hulk and Ghost Rider were better.

9.0
Avengers (2018) #3

Apr 19, 2019

Easily the best issue yet as Aaron’s opening arc continues. Aaron writes Loki’s dialogue spot on and McGuinness draws him perfectly. I can’t wait to learn more about the prehistoric Avengers next issue

8.0
Avengers (2018) #4

Apr 19, 2019

This series, and issue in particular, tends to focus heavily on weird retcons to the origins of humanity rather than action or team building. Though the art is still great and overall series is still pretty good their is definitely room for improvement. Wish we got more time with the prehistoric Avengers. Not a fan of Aaron’s characterization of Robbie as well

8.0
Avengers (2018) #5

Apr 19, 2019

The series is overall good but its the little things that hold it back. The horrible jokes. Tony Stark talking wayyyyy to much. Trying to fit 2000 foot tall celestials in less than 1/8 of a page. The stupid retcons. She Hulk and Robbie’s writing from Jason Aaron. Ok thats a lot of bad things but this series is actually really great and also LOKI🤩

5.5
Avengers (2018) #6

Apr 19, 2019

Very very very bad ending to an otherwise great opening arc for this series. The solution for fighting the dark celestials you ask? Well Thor and She Hulk eat ice and grow celestial size and Tony Stark presses a button and gets an enormous celestial size suit from Mars while Ghost Rider replaces his 69 Charger with a dead celestial body. It. was. awful. Over climatic doesn’t even begin to describe the second half of this issue. Robbie is still making terrible jokes. More retcons reveal that the Avengers are a pathogen for a 4-billion year old bug disease called the Horde. Seriously, this issue is pathetic.

8.0
Avengers (2018) #7

Apr 24, 2019

Avengers 7 is a filler issue yet it stands as arguably the best single issue of the series so far. I personally like Pichelli’s art over McGuinness’. Jason Aaron excels in telling stories taking place in the past (and future for that matter) and it’s pretty obvious this issue.

8.5
Avengers (2018) #8

Apr 24, 2019

After the 1st 6 issues I was skeptical about this series, but this issues has proven me wrong. Unlike the first arc, Avengers 8 takes it’s time with the it’s and characters and Aaron lets the story develop naturally. Ghost Rider talks way too much and is basically the exact opposite of the Agents of SHIELD version but that may be the only bad thing about this series. Also Jason Aaron is a traitor for pairing Thor and She Hulk. I mean this guy wrote 35 issues about Jane Foster and then he goes and writes Thor and She Hulk kissing😂😂

9.0
Avengers (2018) #9

Apr 24, 2019

Avengers just keeps getting better and better with each issue and this series is really starting to hit its stride. Best Avengers book since Hickman in my opinion. My only complaint is that Aaron doesn’t write the Black Panther/Namor rivalry nearly as well as Hickman did but still excellent series

10
Avengers (2018) #10

Apr 24, 2019

Wow. Worthy 700th issue for the Avengers. Plenty of action and it’s apparent Aaron is going to be around for a long time. I’m more excited for War of the Realms then ever. Aaron sets the future for the Marvel Universe for years to come while delivering plenty of action and an awesome fight scene

8.5
Avengers (2018) #11

Apr 24, 2019

This issue takes advantage of last issue’s absurd amount of action by slowing things down. While this issue is 99% dialogue it’s still almost as entertaining as last issue. Basically, it’s all character work and development and Aaron excels at that. Avengers 11 continues to let the story develop naturally and has the perfect pace, not to fast or slow.

7.5
Avengers (2018) #12

Apr 24, 2019

While this “assembling the squad” issue is pretty solid, it pales in comparison to the last couple issues. I was a little bit too excited to see Gorilla-Man and Fat Cobra, who Aaron previously wrote in his amazing Wolverine run. I was excited to see these characters but I’m still not sure why they are necessary. I never liked SHIELD when they get involved with the Avengers (Except in the MCU), and the Agents of Wakanda is basically SHIELD. Also I think Jason Aaron has no idea what the physics of the ocean are, because there is no way Ka-Zar could’ve complete his mission without at least some oxygen (and a couple issues earlier She-Hulk was talking and jumping at the bottom of the ocean hundreds of miles down). I’m extremely intrigued by whatever is going on with Coulson and the Squadron Supreme though

8.5
Avengers (2018) #13

Apr 25, 2019

I have to say, I definitely liked Prehistoric Iron Fist's origin better than prehistoric Ghost Rider's origin story. This issue was beautiful to look at and I was not bored once. In between each arc I hope Aaron tells a the origin for each member of the Prehistoric Avengers.

8.0
Avengers (2018) #14

Apr 25, 2019

I'm not a fan of the vampire story so far but I like Marquez's art more than McGuinness'. I've never liked vampire stories and Avengers 14 doesn't spend enough time with the newest Avenger: Blade! Fortunately, Avengers 14 keeps you interested and invested for the next issue.

8.0
Avengers (2018) #15

Apr 26, 2019

Not the worst issue but not the best either by Aaron and company. Cool storyline but for a vampire storyline it just feels a bit dry. There was a great scene between Tony and Dracula and I love how Aaron intertwines the Winter Guard and Vampire stories. I like Marquez’s art but this issue had me bored half the time. Pretty generic storyline so far

7.0
Avengers (2018) #16

Apr 26, 2019

Vampire Civil War and Avengers 16 is basically all generic looking action and the worst part is the Avengers themselves seem like supporting characters. The villains are boring and the art is mediocre. Boring storyline but horrible execution by Aaron for not giving the Avengers enough panel time in their own book. There are some high points though, like the Winter Guard and Blade on the Avengers

8.0
Avengers (2018) #17

Apr 26, 2019

The vampire civil war was definitely the worst arc of this series yet but it ended on a high note. I loved getting inside Blade’s head and that ending was a nice touch.

9.0
Avengers (2018) #18

Apr 27, 2019

While the main Avengers team is off fighting mythical creatures in New York, Avengers 18 centers around the mysterious Squadron Supreme of America in Washington DC. The art is perfect and this issue sheds some light on this mysterious super team. Seriously, this issue is better than all the vampire civil war.

10
Avengers (2018) #19

May 22, 2019

Avengers 19 may be the best issue of War of the Realms yet. This issue is centered around Gorilla Man and Aaron excels at writing him while Ed excels at drawing him. Aaron perfectly sets up the series after War of the Realms while still writing an important installment to the event itself. Flawless issue. I can’t wait to see what Aaron has in store for the Winter Guard as Ursa Major is revealed as a double agent for Wakanda, as Gorilla Man is also revealed to be a double agent for Dracula. Perfect issue

7.5
Avengers (2018) #20

Jun 26, 2019

The synopsis for this issue makes it seem much more epic than it really is, as Avengers 20 is a character study into She Hulk. It’s pretty intriguing, but this issue was way too drawn out and felt unnecessary. The art was mediocre

10
Avengers (2018) #21

Jul 10, 2019

Another perfect issue by Aaron. Aaron’s pacing and dialogue are really the best in the industry at the moment and you get lost in the world of the Avengers while reading this comic. The art is beautiful and the humor was spot on. The way Aaron sets up so many future storylines for the Avengers is a good sign that this will be one of the best Avengers runs ever

9.5
Avengers (2018) #22

Jul 31, 2019

Avengers 22 is a near perfect issue and my one complaint is how extremely overpowered Robbie’s car is. Don’t know why i just found it annoying Lmao. Stefano Caselli is on art duties and he may be the best artist of the series so far, better than McGuinness in my opinion. I haven’t been keeping up with Johnny Blaze and Danny Ketch these pst couple years, get Avengers 22 was still a fun packed, Ghost Rider maniac tribute.

7.0
Avengers (2018) #23

Aug 28, 2019

I found myself bored at times during this issue which is never good. The art was amazing, though. I’m not liking the demonic theme Aaron have this issue and I’ve never been fond of demon or exorcism comics. Aaron jumps from Robbie’s adventure to the rest of the Avengers fighting their own headquarters. Awesome last page though but Aaron needs to reel things in

8.0
Avengers (2018) #24

Sep 27, 2019

Avengers 24 had way too much talking by Cosmic Ghost Rider for my liking in what turned out to be a very uneven issue. The fight between Cosmic Ghost Rider and the Avengers was wordy and way too stretched out yet beautiful drawn and packed with spot-on humor. The good news is, this issue finally makes Robbie and Johnny’s race feel fun and important. Good issue but still a ton of room for improvement in my opinion

9.0
Avengers (2018) #25

Oct 24, 2019

For the first time, I thoroughly enjoyed an issue of this arc. My boy Stefano Caselli drew the many Ghost Riders of this issue wonderfully, and Aaron finally made the Ghost Riders interesting. I’m incredibly excited to find out what’s up with Tony and why he’s in the past, too. A true return to form

7.5
Avengers (2018) #26

Nov 21, 2019

Great art and simple and sometimes boring story, but I’d very much like to get more origin stories for each of the Prehistoric Avengers in the future

7.5
Avengers (2018) #27

Nov 29, 2019

Ugh I really don’t know what to think of this. First of all, I was extremely disappointed at how easily Aaron killed off the last Starbrand back in Marvel Legcay, and I had grown to like him in Hickman’s Avengers run. It seems a little weird that Steve would choose Natasha for a space mission, and its even weirder that Blade is still on the team at all. She Hulk ranted about being over sexualized in Avengers 20 but now she is wearing lingerie to space? Aaron sucks at writing She Hulk. I thought Thor as a Brood was cool and I’m excited for Silver Surfer next issue. I hope this new Starbrand is worth the hype because Aaron has been hinting at it for years and I really liked the old Starbrand. I also really don’t like McGuinness’ art.

8.5
Avengers (2018) #28

Dec 18, 2019

Jason Aaron weaves different story arcs around perfectly here, and although I still have serious problems with the way he portrays certain character (cough Jen cough Robbie cough), I still feel like he is building to something big. I’m really enjoying this arc actually and Steve wielding Mjornir again was awesome. I’m not a fan of Jen’s new costume, but Natasha’s new War Widow costume is one of the better new costume for any Marvel hero this year. I still don’t like McGuinness art though lol. I’m loving what Aaron is doing with Tony In the past and with the 3 Herald of Galactus. Good comic right here, but this series as a whole would be better off without Jen and Robbie. I mean, seriously, Robbie riding Norrin’s board?

7.0
Avengers (2018) #29

Jan 18, 2020

Avengers 29 is basically one big fight scene. McGuinness’ art is decent but not my favorites, and I feel like the fight scenes went on way too long. As usual, though, this latest installment of Avengers was packed with some awesome moments, including Blade combining with Boy-Thing and War Widow kicking ass. Unfortunately, Jason Aaron writes extremely bland dialogue for this issue and I could not care less about this new Starbrand. Silver Surfer fighting the Avengers was great but the overall pace was just too slow

10
Avengers (2018) #30

Jan 31, 2020

Avengers 30 is the issue I’ve been waiting for. Everything finally comes together with this Starbrand arc and Aaron and McGuinness write and draw an awesome, epic, 3-way battle between the Avengers, the Heralds, and Gladiator. I also thought it was awesome how the Heralds act as the 3 kings for the new Starbrand. Perfect issue and a return to form

8.5
Avengers (2018) #31

Feb 27, 2020

Aaron gives a great issue of Tony struggling to survive in 1 million BC and continues to do a great job of building up one of his main villains: Mephisto. Unfortunately, it’s not vintage Jason Aaron without a major retcon. Howard Stark being a devil worshiper all along and him promising Mephisto his son Tony is such an idiotic retcon and keeps this issue from a much higher rating. I hope Aaron retcons this retcon.

10
Avengers (2018) #32

Mar 12, 2020

I’ve never been a fan of the way Aaron portrays these Avengers, but he nails the villains. Absolutely nails them. Killer last page that proves that Avengers is still one of the most interesting Marvel comics month in month out.

7.5
Avengers Academy #1

Dec 16, 2018

Solid first issue but it shows no indication on how good it will be down the road

7.5
Avengers Academy #2

Dec 16, 2018

The great part about this series is that each of the students could still end up being a villain. Looks like Finesse will end a villain. And what’s up with Mettle? Is he Red Skull’s kid or he is he a brand new character. I guess we’ll have to see

8.0
Avengers Academy #3

Dec 16, 2018

So the students don’t actually fight the Thunderbolts at all but Gage knows his characters very well

8.0
Avengers Academy #4

Dec 16, 2018

Still no fight with those T-Bolts but Christos Gage’s writing skills shine

8.5
Avengers Academy #5

Dec 16, 2018

Easily the best issue yet as Avengers Academy 5 has made Striker my favorite student so far. Also, poor Veil seeing Justice and Ultra Girl together

7.5
Avengers Academy #6

Dec 16, 2018

Reptil baby

8.0
Avengers Academy #7

Dec 16, 2018

So Avengers Academy is basically a sequel to Dan Slott’s Mighty Avengers. And Slott’s Mighty Avengers was terrible. Somehow, Christos Gage has fixed everything. The Infinite Mansion is homey and humane. Jocasta is more realistic and less annoying. The characters actually have personalities. I’m not even interested in the villains anymore, just for the high school drama

9.5
Avengers Academy #8

Dec 16, 2018

Avengers Academy never fails to disappoint. Issue 9 resolved a plot from Avengers: The Iniative while also being a lead-up to Avengers 7-12. Also the art was impressive, as Mike McKone even drew Tigra’s underwear having a hole for her tail (I always wondered how that worked). You can really connect with Tigers in this issue as well as the students who are expelled for their actions

9.5
Avengers Academy #9

Dec 16, 2018

Any scene with Tigra, Mettle, Veil, Reptile, Justice, Striker, and Speedball are usually perfect, but the highlight of issue 9 is between Taskmaster and Finesse. Characters who never show emotion share a moment you can really connect to.

9.5
Avengers Academy #10

Dec 16, 2018

Another Fantastic issue by Gage and I think I finally understand Hazmat. Also Leech makes an appearance from Jonathan Hickman’s Fantastic Four run (My second favorite comic run ever). Too bad the cover was a bluff and their isn’t much magic

7.5
Avengers Academy #11

Dec 16, 2018

Gage has done a great job of respecting contuinity as Avengers 11 is a sequel to the Korvac Saga, resolves a plot point from Dan Slott’s Mighty Avengers, and references a 1990s Captain America comic. The art takes a step down and having a billion Heroes come in to fight Korvac was a little extra

10
Avengers Academy #12

Dec 16, 2018

Tremendous issue. Veil saves herself from dying, which I was really happy about. Gage also convinced me that Striker was really dead there and don’t even get me started about that last part with Mettle and Hazmat. That had my eyes getting misty

10
Avengers Academy #13

Dec 16, 2018

What I love about Avengers Academy 13 is that it is not afraid of anything. It’s not afraid to show a sex scene between a middle ages founding Avenger and a young tiger lady who walks around in lingerie. I loved the follow up to the end of issue 12 with Mettle and Hazmat. I also love the Veil and Striker dynamic. My favorite part though, as a lover of Kurt Busiek’s Avengers, is the scene between Justice and Firestar. I’d been waiting so long for that moment and it broke my heart.

7.0
Avengers Academy #14

Dec 16, 2018

Well I hope that after I read Fear Itself I can look back on this issue and say I liked it, because right now I don’t like it. I real step back from previous issue

7.5
Avengers Academy #14.1

Dec 27, 2018

This issue is very important down the road for the rest of the series. Gage does a great job writing jeremy Briggs, as he summarizes everything wrong with superheroes right now. To bad it was a plan to trick the Academy kids all along

8.0
Avengers Academy #15

Dec 20, 2018

Cool issue but I wish Avengers Academy didn’t tie in with Fear Itself

8.5
Avengers Academy #16

Dec 20, 2018

The Hank Pym vs Absorbing Man parts of this usually are pretty boring but Gage spices things up for Veil in the last couple pages

9.0
Avengers Academy #17

Dec 21, 2018

Avengers Academy 17 perfectly balanced character development and action

8.0
Avengers Academy #18

Dec 21, 2018

It’s good to see the kids on their own and out of their instructors’ shadow but not enough character development in this issue and a lot of action

10
Avengers Academy #19

Dec 21, 2018

Everything since issue 1 seems like it’s led up to Avengers Academy 19. The way Mettle and Hazmat decided to sacrifice their lives for Striker, Veil, and Reptil had me close to tears, and Gage takes a huge risk when Veil quits the team

8.5
Avengers Academy #20

Dec 22, 2018

Justice and Speedball quoting felt natural, which is a compliment to Gage. Veil quitting also felt natural as she accepts Jeremy’s offer which was offered in issue 14.1. The Academy moves in to the Old West Coast Avengers HQ, which is good because we are finally moving on from the horrible monstrosity which was Dan Slott’s Mighty Avengers. My only problem is that we are getting new students, who, with the exception of White Tiger, look bland, annoying, and uninteresting

8.5
Avengers Academy #21

Dec 22, 2018

I live the addition of Lightspeed and White Tiger and how the series still focuses on the core 5, but why so many part time students. There must have been 30 in this issue and I only recognized Spider Girl and Prodigy.

7.0
Avengers Academy #22

Dec 23, 2018

It’s great to see Magneto and the X-Men guest starring but was all the part time students, the X-Men, Magneto, and the Instructors, the core 7 students take a back seat for this issue

8.5
Avengers Academy #23

Dec 25, 2018

Gage handles Julie and Striker’s conversation exceptionally. I’m not to excited about X-23 jointing but I’m really excited to see how this Reptil in the future plays out

9.0
Avengers Academy #24

Dec 25, 2018

I really like what Gage is doing right now with Reptil from the past. Hybrid is a villain that is a real threat to the Academy and I’m loving the new characters. The character development is stellar, I just wish Veil was still around

8.0
Avengers Academy #25

Dec 26, 2018

This book is way too crowded but the excellent character work by Gage is still there

8.5
Avengers Academy #26

Dec 26, 2018

I love the whole future thing with old Hank Pym but there are way to much characters and I just want Veil’s Academy to rejoin Avengers Academy

9.0
Avengers Academy #27

Dec 26, 2018

I’ve wanted the Runways to make an appearance from the start, it Avengers Academy 27 did not disappoint

8.5
Avengers Academy #28

Dec 26, 2018

The fact that the Avengers Academy and Runaways conflict didn’t end in a huge fight shows just how different Avengers Academy is from its sister titles

7.0
Avengers Academy #29

Dec 27, 2018

Way too much talking for my liking though the part where the X-Men students move in is an interesting concept. It was good to see Hercules but again, all he did was talk. AvX has been incredible so far so I kinda expected more but we will see

8.0
Avengers Academy #30

Dec 27, 2018

The stuff with Mettle and the rock girl and the interactions between Finesse and X-23 are great. Fantastic writing by Christos Gage. Too bad the Sebastian Shaw element of the past two issues is completely unnecessary

8.5
Avengers Academy #31

Dec 27, 2018

Avengers Academy 31 is an improvement over issues 30 and 29 even though that this book has so many supporting characters that the core characters aren’t really doing much. Also, I don’t have a clue why Hercules was their at all. What I do know, though, is that I like that naked blue girl, a lot

10
Avengers Academy #32

Dec 27, 2018

Issues like these is why we read Avengers Academy. Lots of characterization early on with some action near the end fueled by that character development

9.5
Avengers Academy #33

Dec 27, 2018

Again, great character development and a surprise return by Quicksilver. These next six issues are shaping up to be great!

8.0
Avengers Academy #34

Dec 29, 2018

Way too much unnecessary talking for my liking but the next few issues look good. And that cover though💀

9.5
Avengers Academy #35

Dec 29, 2018

Christos Gage knows his characters so well, especially Hazmat and Mettle. Also, Lightspeed and White Tiger finally feel correctly integrated into the series

9.0
Avengers Academy #36

Dec 29, 2018

Just read this series, you will not regret it

10
Avengers Academy #37

Dec 29, 2018

The twist with Finesse was shocking and I can’t help but just have my mind blown by this comic

10
Avengers Academy #38

Dec 29, 2018

A real light comic to read that has no action and all character development. This is why we read Avengers Academy

9.0
Avengers Academy #39

Dec 29, 2018

I’ll Most this comic the most with the coming of Marvel NOW. I hope nobody from AA dies in Avengers Arena

9.5
Avengers Academy Vol. 1 Complete Collection

Dec 27, 2018

9.0
Avengers Arena #1

Feb 19, 2019

Well, one thing is for sure: Dennis Hopeless doesn’t pull his punches. One of my all time favorites is already dead. Great art by the way and great synopsis that doesn’t disappoint

9.0
Avengers Arena #2

Feb 19, 2019

This series is so far keeping me wildly entertained and Hopeless writes these characters GREAT. We lost another character this issue but I didn’t really care for this character. 14 remain

9.5
Avengers Arena #3

Feb 19, 2019

This series is so great please read it I know it gets a lot of hate but for all the right reasons! And if you don’t like the series itself the letter pages can be just as entertaining lol

9.0
Avengers Arena #4

Feb 19, 2019

This book really gets you on the edge of your seat because it feels like your favorites are always in danger. Hopeless is a genius for this

9.0
Avengers Arena #5

Feb 19, 2019

This Braddock Academy stuff is so entertaining especially since they are all new characters Kev Walker has really good art as well

10
Avengers Arena #6

Feb 19, 2019

Not enough support for this series read it it is great!

8.0
Avengers Arena #7

Feb 20, 2019

Interesting breather issue but the story doesn’t move forward at all. Love the art here. Arcade, especially when written by Hopeless, is slowly becoming one of my favorite villains

9.5
Avengers Arena #8

Feb 20, 2019

So we lost another character and another character goes bad this issue. This issue sets up the next 4 perfectly and I just can’t understand why the critics and my fellow fan reviewers don’t love this comic as much as I do

9.0
Avengers Arena #9

Feb 20, 2019

Looks like one of our characters is trying to overthrow Arcade as the main villain of the series. This comic is just so inteyand unlike anything I’ve ever read. I just hope X-23, Reptil, Hazmat, Nico, and Cullen Bloodstone survive

8.5
Avengers Arena #10

Feb 20, 2019

I just can’t tell you enough how great Avengers Arena is. It has perfect art, great character writing, a great plot, a great villain, tons of teen drama, characters die, and they stay dead, and X-23, because she’s great.

8.5
Avengers Arena #11

Feb 20, 2019

I was expecting to be angry after reading this issue because apparently Hazmat and Reptil become a thing but don’t worry it doesn’t happen, at least in this issue. Anyone else wondering what happened to Darkhawk?

9.0
Avengers Arena #12

Feb 20, 2019

This issue does not disappoint and as much as I hate Apex and Death Locket, I have to say that was pretty entertaining.

8.5
Avengers Arena #13

Feb 20, 2019

Though this issue probably only exists because Dennis Hopeless needed a break from the rigorous 18 issues a year schedule, it was still entertaining and answered a ton of questions. 2 academy kids have already been killed off but if any survive here’s to a relaunch of Avengers Academy!

9.0
Avengers Arena #14

Feb 20, 2019

As the final arc begins, you can really tell things are about to get crazy. Trust me, if Hopeless says he’s killing everybody but one, Is believe him. He killled off Juston and his Sentinel! Like, Dennis, do you even have a heart. How could you do that? Not to mention the first issue where my second favorite character from Avengers Academy exploded. This all respect to Hopeless, because he’s not afraid to take risks, even though he knows he will be hated for it. Gotta respect him for never pulling his punches. I feel like, in a way, Hopeless writes Arcade as himself because they both control what happens to these characters

9.0
Avengers Arena #15

Feb 20, 2019

Even though the UK kids were totally new to me coming into this series, I found myself really enjoying this issue. Though I never support the decision to be gay, I still like Cullen. I just wish he was straight

10
Avengers Arena #16

Feb 20, 2019

That. Was. Insane

10
Avengers Arena #17

Feb 20, 2019

There are really no words to describe these last two issues

9.0
Avengers Arena #18

Feb 20, 2019

Unfortunately, my two favorite characters of the series: Reptil and Mettle, did not make it out alive. Fortunately, I like X-23 even more now and I found myself rooting for the Runaway kids a lot. Very excited for Avengers Undercover and hey, since Arcade escaped, maybe we get Avengers Arena season two?

7.0
Avengers Assemble #1

Jan 2, 2019

A slow start. The issue starts off with the Zodiac assembling. They have potential to be a good group of antagonists but it looks like that potential will be wasted. Then we go to Avengers tower were the city is celebrating Stark Tower reopening. I have to admit, Mark Bagley’s drawing of Stark Tower is awesome. Then we visit the Hulk, who is one thenrun from the army again when a water-Zodiac guy steals something from the army. This scene was poorly drawn by Bagley, and at times it was confusing. Then we went to Latveria where we see Clint and Natasha breaking in to a warehouse. Apparently it’s important because they call in Thor and Tony for backup. Another member of the Zodiac who is a Minotaur attack’s Clint and Natasha but Tony and Thor get there in time. The Minotaur knocks out Tony and Thor pretty easily as the issue ends. Not much happens but it’s the first issue so that’s ok, but the art is very bad and not as good as Bagley usually is.

3.0
Avengers Assemble #2

Jan 5, 2019

Wow this comic was bad. A huge decrease of quality since issue one. The characters say Avengers Assemble like 5 times, and it just feels so forced. The Zodiac are revealed to be bland and generic villains. The Ultimate Nullifer is thrown into the play but it just doesn’t work. The art sucks. The part where Steve says that this information stays between the six of them is an obvious and forced attempt by Bendis to keep the book centered around the 6 Avengers from the film. And this may be Mark Bagley at his worst. This and Guardians of the Galaxy are Bendis at his worst as well. I suggest starting at issue 9 when Kelly Sue DeConnick tales over. Marvel NOW has been incredible but this may be its worst title.

6.0
Avengers Assemble #3

Feb 21, 2019

This issue tries way too hard to be a movie tie in. I’ve trued so hard to care about the Zodiac but I just can’t.

6.5
Avengers Assemble #4

Feb 21, 2019

Bagley’s art just seems really bad compared to his previous works and this issue did improve since Thanos is here, but Bendis tries way too hard to make this comic the Avengers movie

9.0
Avengers Assemble #5

Feb 21, 2019

There wasn’t much action in this issue, but this was easily the best issue yet. Bendis’ character writing shined and, yes, the Guardians of the Galaxy are here too. What’s not to love? Oh, and that kiss.

8.0
Avengers Assemble #6

Feb 21, 2019

Ever since last issue things have really improved. No more Zodica means I can actually care about the villain and Bendis writes an amazing Guardians Avengers teamup. Kinda disappointing Bendis’ Guardians of the Galaxy run didn’t work out because he is talented

8.0
Avengers Assemble #7

Feb 21, 2019

Another pretty good issue but this is definitely not Thanos or Bagmey at there best

7.0
Avengers Assemble #8

Feb 21, 2019

Mediocre ending to an, overall, pretty mediocre run be Brian Michael Bendis and Mark Bagley. For an Avengers comic, Bendis somehow made the Guardians the most interesting and most well written characters in the book, while the first two issues failed greatly in engaging the reader. For this issue, the pacing felt off, but it’s still the icing on the cake to s strong last 4 issues.

9.5
Avengers Assemble #9

Feb 21, 2019

Now that was awesome. Easily the best comic I’ve read all month and Stefano Caselli knocks it out of the park again. Seriously, everything that has his art is great. And those first couple pages! The dialogue is GREAT and I can just imagine that happening in my head. The rest of the issue is just as fantastic and I need more

9.0
Avengers Assemble #10

Feb 21, 2019

The size of the team is not too big and not too small, a rarity in Avengers comics these days. DeConnick’s dialogue and character writing are tremendous and she has proven to be more than just a Captain Marvel writer

8.5
Avengers Assemble #11

Feb 21, 2019

This storyline wrapped up in 3 issues, instead of being dragged out for 4-6, which I hate. 3 issues worked well with this storyline and I love Stefano Caselli. Great storyline

9.0
Avengers Assemble #12

Feb 21, 2019

Avengers Assemble’s hot streak continues with yet another spectacular issue. This time the cast is much smaller, just centering around Natasha, Clint, and Jessica. The character writing is back and things will get interesting if Jessica finds out abyNat and Clint’s kiss. So far intriguing and great story so far but I don’t know how I feel about that last page

7.5
Avengers Assemble #13

Feb 21, 2019

Definitely the weakest issue yet since Bendis but not bad at all, just not as good as DeConnick’s other issues

7.5
Avengers Assemble #14AU

Dec 12, 2018

A higher than average tie-in in a mediocre event

6.5
Avengers Assemble #15AU

Dec 12, 2018

A mediocre tie-in for a mediocre event

9.5
Avengers Assemble #18

Dec 12, 2018

Infinity is a must read!

9.0
Avengers Assemble #19

Dec 12, 2018

This series shines when it ties in to big stories like Infinity

8.0
Avengers Assemble #20

Dec 12, 2018

Not as good as the previous two but still a must read if you are in to Infinity!

8.5
Avengers Assemble #21

Dec 12, 2018

Pleasant surprise

8.0
Avengers Assemble #22.INH

Dec 12, 2018

8.0
Avengers Assemble #23.INH

Dec 12, 2018

7.5
Avengers Assemble Annual #1

Feb 21, 2019

I actually liked this comic’s in depth look at Vision. Although the art was awful, the plot was pretty simple and easy to follow. Great character writing by Gage

6.5
Avengers Origins (2011): Scarlet Witch & Quicksilver #1

Apr 27, 2019

While this issue isn’t necessarily “bad” it makes Wanda and Pietro’s origin even more confusing, which is the exact opposite of what it should do. Instead, I suggest reading their original origin in the old comics or just watch Avengers: Age of Ultron

8.5
Avengers Standoff: Welcome to Pleasant Hill #1

Jan 20, 2019

Wow. This was really really weird. The whole issue was entertaining, even though I didn’t really like Mark Bagley’s art. Everything was great except the last page. I thought the two people were Bucky and Tony but they are actually Zemo and Fixer. Interesting and weird issue, but again, that last page is not well written

9.0
Avengers Standoff: Assault on Pleasant Hill Alpha #1

Jan 20, 2019

I actually liked this issue better than the Welcome To Pleasant Hill prelude issue. We don’t get to see a lot of characters in this issue and that’s good because it doesn’t feel crowded. This issue has me excited for the rest of the event and I can’t wait for Uncanny Avengers 7

7.0
Avengers Standoff: Assault on Pleasant Hill Omega #1

Jan 21, 2019

The ending was definitely not as strong as the start. Instead of finishing the actual story, Avengers: Standoff is used as a launch point for a Thunderbolts series by a no name writer. Seriously, nothing is resolved and their almost no lasting ramifications besides Maria Hill being fired. The only reason this gets a slightly good review is because it was entertaining most of the time

8.0
Avengers Undercover #1

Feb 20, 2019

I just wanted the survivors to get a break after what they’ve been through but this is Comics I guess. Sad to see Cullen Bloodstone becoming a villain and X-23 was notably absent. Really excited for this comic

9.5
Avengers Undercover #2

Feb 20, 2019

Wow this issue was really a step up from the first. Hopeless writes these characters perfectly and this series would not work without that

8.5
Avengers Undercover #3

Feb 20, 2019

Arcade’s apparent death was incalculably satisfying and it’s looking like Avengers Undercover is a worthy sequel to Avengers Arena

8.5
Avengers Undercover #4

Feb 20, 2019

I’m really liking the tension that is building up and Hopeless has me always on my feet rooting for my favorite characters. Hoping Cullen becomes a good guy again

9.5
Avengers Undercover #5

Feb 20, 2019

The best part about Avengers Undercover is that the team is tempted to join the villains, and Hopeless writes this situation so well that I sometimes can’t help but hope that THEY DO join the villains. Hopeless makes it just so tempting. Also when did Death Locket get so old? In Avengers Arena looked like 11 so she would be 12 now but it looks like she’s in a relationship with a 20 year old villain and she suddenly has is not skinny any more and grew boobs as well as 4 inches taller. Just me pointing something out

9.0
Avengers Undercover #6

Feb 20, 2019

Amazing issue again for Avengers Undercover but I just cant over the difference between AA Death Locket and AU Death Locket. The characterization of her is great but the art makes it seem like she’s 21 instead of 11

9.0
Avengers Undercover #7

Feb 20, 2019

This Cammi twist had me and Death Locket’s turn into villainy was so entertaining. Marvel cancelled this story way too soon because this would have worked better in a 12-15 issue format

8.0
Avengers Undercover #8

Feb 20, 2019

Hopeless is really trying to fit the whole story into these last 3 issues because this seemed really rushed. Imagine if this series were 13 issues and everything would’ve worked out fluidly instead of forced

8.5
Avengers Undercover #9

Feb 20, 2019

I really hope their is a follow up series to round out the trilogy but Avengers Undercover ended way too soon.

8.0
Avengers Undercover #10

Feb 20, 2019

A satisfying conclusion to everything that started in Avengers Arena 1. We met 16 superhero teens in Avengers Arena 1, and as of Avengers Undercover 10, Nico, Cullen, Cammi, Anachronism, and Hazmat are the only ones still intact. Mettle died. Red Raven died. Juston died. Kid Briton died. Nara died. Apex died. Reptil died. X-23 went missing. Darkhawk went missing. Death Locket became a villain. Chase got a hole through the chest courtesy of Locket but Nico healed him but he’s still in a coma. What a great 28 issues Dennis Hopeless. I still hate you for killing Mettle and Reptil but I love you just the same

10
Avengers Vs. X-Men #0

Dec 13, 2018

10
Avengers Vs. X-Men #1

Dec 13, 2018

10
Avengers Vs. X-Men #2

Dec 13, 2018

10
Avengers Vs. X-Men #3

Dec 13, 2018

10
Avengers Vs. X-Men #4

Dec 13, 2018

10
Avengers Vs. X-Men #5

Dec 13, 2018

10
Avengers Vs. X-Men #6

Dec 13, 2018

10
Avengers Vs. X-Men #7

Dec 13, 2018

10
Avengers Vs. X-Men #8

Dec 13, 2018

10
Avengers Vs. X-Men #9

Dec 13, 2018

As Spidey being my favorite character, this may be one of my favorite comic issues ever

10
Avengers Vs. X-Men #10

Dec 13, 2018

10
Avengers Vs. X-Men #11

Dec 13, 2018

10
Avengers Vs. X-Men #12

Dec 13, 2018

7.5
Avengers World #1

Dec 10, 2018

A lot goes on but nothing actually happens. The art is stunning but overall pretty boring.

9.0
Avengers World #2

Dec 22, 2018

I always love when Smasher gets the spotlight, and the story is very well written with AIM as the main threat. Avengers World 2 took its time, which is my main complaint from issue one

8.5
Avengers World #3

Dec 22, 2018

I’m glad Shang-Chi is getting some panel time, and I’m happy Hickman is returning to the Gorgon character (Hickman wrote Gorgon in Secret Warriors). Stefano Caselli, who also worked on Secret Warriors, knocks it out of the park again

7.0
Avengers World #4

Dec 22, 2018

Wasn’t my favorite issue but I will read anything Hickman writes, even if he is just the co-writer. Excellent stuff from Caselli once more

7.5
Avengers World #5

Dec 22, 2018

8.0
Avengers World #6

Dec 22, 2018

I was worried about what would happen to this series after Hickman and Caselli left but the quality has not changed. Well the art quality is a little bit lower but it is still good. Hyperion is a very interesting character and Nick Spencer knocks it out of the park

8.0
Avengers World #7

Dec 28, 2018

It’s good to see the return infinity Stefano Caselli and the mention of SPEAR. SPEAR was first referenced in Jonathan Hickman’s SHIELD series but I believe this is its first appearance

8.0
Avengers World #8

Jan 1, 2019

Stefano Caselli May be the best comic artist now, outside of John Romita, Esad Ribic, and Steve Epting. Some of the stories are dragging one but this is a back up book so it really doesn’t matter

9.0
Avengers World #9

Jan 1, 2019

In Jonathan Hickman’s Avengers and New Avengers comics, Sunspot and Cannonball become very important characters. This issue emphasizes on humor and Bobby and Sam’s friendship. We meet a new version of the Next Avengers, which is kinda stupid because that never works. Fortunately, the Bobby and Sam dynamic carries this issue

7.0
Avengers World #10

Jan 1, 2019

The art really sucks without Stefano Caselli and the story is getting over the top

6.0
Avengers World #11

Jan 1, 2019

The story is really getting dragged out and getting out of hand Artwork also sucks for the 2nd straight issue

5.5
Avengers World #12

Jan 1, 2019

Avengers World was supposed to be an Avengers backup comic that focused on Avengers that didn’t get a lot of panel time in Hickman’s Avengers series. Spencer focuses the series on every Avenger on the roster and divulges into 4 different storylines. The storylines have quickly gotten over the top and the art took a sharp decline after Stefano Caselli left the title. Spencer has recently been introducing us to Chinese and European heroes that are bland and uninteresting and will probably will never be used or seen again.

4.0
Avengers World #13

Jan 1, 2019

Learning about China and Europe’s heroes are hopeless and I find it difficult to think Avengers World 14 will conclude all the current storyline b

7.0
Avengers World #14

Jan 1, 2019

I’m excited to see what happens with the Next Avengers but I’m glad this storyline has ended. This series was supposed to be all about character writing because Avengers and New Avengers have way too many characters for their own goods. I actually really liked the AIM storyline but the Morgan Le Fay arc was awful, the Madripoor arc was fun but way too unrealistic and over the top, and the attack on DC arc with Captain America, well I don’t think that counts as an arc at all

9.0
Avengers World #17

Jan 1, 2019

Highly recommended!

8.5
Avengers World #18

Jan 1, 2019

I’ll read anything with Sunspot in it, but Starbrand and Nightmask hold this issue back

8.5
Avengers World #19

Jan 1, 2019

Nice, light issue with great character writing

8.5
Avengers World #20

Jan 1, 2019

A great bridge in between Time Runs Out and 9 months before

8.5
Avengers World #21

Jan 1, 2019

Frank Barbiere impressed me. He impressed me with the New Avengers Annual and he impressed me with Avengers World 17-21. I didn’t read 15-16 because they are Axis tie ins (bleh). I’ll have to check out other Barbiere stuff

8.0
Avengers: Children's Crusade #1

Jan 30, 2019

8.5
Avengers: Children's Crusade #2

Jan 30, 2019

8.5
Avengers: Children's Crusade #3

Jan 30, 2019

8.5
Avengers: Children's Crusade #4

Jan 30, 2019

8.5
Avengers: Children's Crusade #5

Jan 30, 2019

9.0
Avengers: Children's Crusade #6

Jan 30, 2019

8.5
Avengers: Children's Crusade #7

Jan 30, 2019

8.0
Avengers: Children's Crusade #8

Jan 30, 2019

8.5
Avengers: Children's Crusade #9

Jan 30, 2019

This comic was a very good series but I can’t help but feel that if it had a different writer it would have been a great series

8.0
Avengers: No Road Home #1

Apr 23, 2019

I’m was glad that the first half of this issue let of catch up with our characters, who are criminally underused in Marvel’s Fresh Start. I didn’t see a need for a sequel to No Surrender but I found this first issue enjoyable and not forced. The best part about No Road Home, and No Surrender for that matter, is that they remind me so much of Avengers comics of old

8.0
Avengers: No Road Home #2

Apr 23, 2019

Another good issue that is fabulously paced along with great art from Paco Medina. Nyx seems like a worthy villain and I love that this issue centered around Clint. And those last 2 pages though!

8.5
Avengers: No Road Home #3

Apr 23, 2019

No Road Home improves upon No Surrender in the fact that the roster is smaller so you can have these issues where a certain character is the narrator. Nyx is a worthy villain for these Avengers and I really like this series. I’m still deciding if I like it better then No Surrender though

8.5
Avengers: No Road Home #4

Apr 23, 2019

This issues our trio of writers reveals the origin of Nyx and her kids, and it’s pretty interesting. There is a fair amount of action and the character dynamic between Hulk/Clint/Rocket is pretty great and funny

9.0
Avengers: No Road Home #5

Apr 23, 2019

No Road Home is really starting to hit its stride as their is a great amount of action, a lot of panel time for my favorite character in the series, Wanda, and a huge plot twist at the end. And I mean Marvel-universe-changed-for-good type twist

10
Avengers: No Road Home #6

Apr 23, 2019

Easily the best issue of No Road Home and better than any issue part of No Surrender. I’ve never read a Conan comic before but I loved him here and our trio of writers made me care about him. Wanda Maximoff is a top 5 favorite character for me but after Busiek’s Avengers and House of M, she has been used sparingly and written with little to know depth, but that all changes in this issue. It’s an extra long issue, so the story develops fluidly. Wanda and Conan are drawn beautifully while I like their romance better than Wanda and Brother Voodoo, I’m a firm believer Wanda and Vision belong together. This is one of the best comics I’ve read in a while and I look forward to next issue. No Road Home improves upon No Surrender greatly by shortening the story and number of characters, but keeping the plot twists and high stakes

8.5
Avengers: No Road Home #7

Apr 23, 2019

Not nearly as good as last issue but still a good issue on its own. No Road Home greatly benefits from the smaller amount of characters and smaller amount of issues than No Surrender. Nyx and her kids have also proven to be worthy villains and this is the best series that Wanda and Hercules have been a part of in years

7.5
Avengers: No Road Home #8

Apr 23, 2019

This issue is chalk full of action but not many sincere character moments, and that’s ok every once in a while, as long as those fight scenes are drawn well. Thankfully Carlo Barberi draws this issue beautifully

7.5
Avengers: No Road Home #9

Apr 23, 2019

This issue has a lot of action yet it comes off as overly climatic and dramatic. Pretty solid comic but I’d still say Avengers: No Surrender is better than No Road Home though. But who knows, maybe issue 10 will be a home run

5.5
Avengers: No Road Home #10

Apr 23, 2019

I get what the writers were trying to do with the first part of the issue but it just comes out as extremely rushed and overly climatic. It just felt like the writers took the easy way out to beat Nyx. Most of the rest of this issue is was the characters wrapping things up. Pretty boring and frustrating issue. The first 7 issues were amazing but No Road Home failed to stick the landing. No Surrender > No Road Home. But at least I care about Conan now.

9.5
Avengers: Rage Of Ultron OGN #1

Jan 2, 2019

Ever since Kurt Busiek’s Ultron Unlimited, Ultron has been subjected to some horrible storylines. Age of Ultron by Bendis was the most unoriginal comic I’ve ever read and in Mighty Avengers, Ultron was the main antagonist in Dan Slott’s awful run on the book. Ultron Forever was good I guess, but it wasn’t in the same league as the old Busiek and Roy Thomas stuff. Then a Marvel announced its OGN line, and that a title for one would be Rage of Ultron. Here we go again with another horrible Ultron-centered comic. They didn’t even come up with an original title. I read Avengers: Endless Wartime, and it was tremendous. It was a whole story arc but self contained with tremendous art. It was amazing. Today, I read Avengers: Rage of Ultron by Rick Remender. It blew me away. The art was ion par with Endless Wartime and it serves as a worthy conclusion to Remender’s Uncanny Avengers saga. Yes, it’s the best Ultron story since Ultron Unlimited, and it may be better. It’s a 112 pages of glory, and it would’ve worked better if it were more. From Kurt Busiek’s opening intro to Hank Pym and Ultron floating in space on the last page, Avengers: Rage of Ultron is an engaging and exciting read

7.5
Avengers: The Initiative #4

Dec 31, 2018

7.0
Avengers: The Initiative #5

Dec 31, 2018

8.0
Avengers: West Coast (1985) #101

Apr 16, 2021

Action packed issue that advances the story nicely

8.0
Avengers: X-Sanction #1

Dec 23, 2021

Instead of killing Steve while he was knocked out Cable waited until he woke up, put him in a Magneto chair and then decided to try to kill him. Hard to ignore lazy writing like that. Don’t get me wrong, this was a good issue though

7.0
Avengers: X-Sanction #2

Dec 23, 2021

6.5
Avengers: X-Sanction #3

Dec 23, 2021

7.0
Avengers: X-Sanction #4

Dec 23, 2021

7.5
AVX: Consequences #1

Dec 22, 2021

Not super good but definitely not bad, has great potential. Art itself is bad but the inks and coloring save it

8.0
AVX: Consequences #2

Dec 22, 2021

Now that was intense

7.0
AVX: Consequences #3

Dec 22, 2021

7.5
AVX: Consequences #4

Dec 22, 2021

8.0
AVX: Consequences #5

Dec 22, 2021

6.0
AVX: VS #1

Apr 27, 2019

Completely skipable tie in to Avengers vs X-Men, but the Thing vs Namor fight was somewhat entertaining and the art was stunning

6.5
AVX: VS #2

Jul 3, 2019

Not worth your money to buy this, but if you read off a pirated comic site or on Marvel Unlimited, this issue wasn’t bad. Bad part was the art

7.0
AVX: VS #3

Aug 7, 2019

Loeb’s first story was a ton of fun but Yost’s second story was less entertaining and even confusing with all the untranslated Russian

7.0
AVX: VS #4

Aug 7, 2019

I’m a sucker for Daredevil. I’m also a sucker for Rick Remender. Remender’s first story was by far the best fight of the series yet, but Andrews’ second fight was poorly drawn and boring

7.5
AVX: VS #5

Aug 7, 2019

I found it a little strange that Marvel decided to put such an important story in AvX: Vs 5, where T’Challa and Ororo officially end their marriage. Also, Fraction wrote something with Hawkeye in it, so this is definitely worth a read

4.0
AVX: VS #6

Aug 7, 2019

As with this whole series, this issue is definitely worth your money. Even more so with this issue in particular because of all those one-page fights at the end (though I did find Loeb’s hilarious).

4.5
Azrael: Death's Dark Knight #1

Apr 16, 2020

I like Michael Lane but this first issue was way too mucky for me. The art is awful

5.0
Azrael: Death's Dark Knight #2

Apr 17, 2020

Absolutely terrible art. Slight improvement over last issue writing wise

3.5
Azrael: Death's Dark Knight #3

Apr 18, 2020

Unnecessary Batyle For the Cowl tie in and all around boring and portly drawn comic. Don’t waste your time like I did

6.0
Balder the Brave (1985) #1

Dec 23, 2021

Snoozefest

6.5
Balder the Brave (1985) #2

Dec 23, 2021

A little bit better, I really like Agnar

6.5
Balder the Brave (1985) #3

Dec 24, 2021

6.0
Balder the Brave (1985) #4

Dec 24, 2021

7.0
Batgirl: Year One #1

Dec 5, 2021

Not much wrong but not much great either

8.0
Batgirl: Year One #2

Dec 5, 2021

Fun issue, was disappointed to see the return of Dizon’s Alfred narration, which includes cursive (can’t read it😞)

8.0
Batgirl: Year One #3

Dec 6, 2021

8.5
Batgirl: Year One #4

Dec 7, 2021

Best yet

8.0
Batgirl: Year One #5

Dec 10, 2021

Killer moth is very entertaining

8.5
Batgirl: Year One #6

Dec 10, 2021

Loved the team ups and the plot twists.

8.5
Batgirl: Year One #7

Dec 10, 2021

9.5
Batgirl: Year One #8

Dec 10, 2021

8.5
Batgirl: Year One #9

Dec 10, 2021

5.0
Batman #436

Dec 5, 2021

6.5
Batman #437

Dec 5, 2021

7.5
Batman #438

Dec 5, 2021

Such a great last couple pages

7.5
Batman #439

Dec 5, 2021

8.0
Batman #598

Aug 2, 2019

Batman 598 is actually a pretty entertaining Christmas stand-alone issue. Santa Klaus was a creepily entertaining villain and stand-alones seem to be Brubaker’s strong suite so I hope he writes more in the future

7.5
Batman #608

Aug 3, 2019

For such an acclaimed story line and after reading Long Halloween and Dark Victory l, I felt somewhat underwhelmed by Batman 608. However Jim Lee’s art is spectacular and this is only the first issue of the arc so pretty solid issue

8.0
Batman #609

Aug 3, 2019

Things start to pick up this issue as Bruce Wayne is tended to by childhood friend Thomas Elliott and Poison Ivy joins the fray

9.0
Batman #610

Aug 3, 2019

The Hush storyline kicks into full gear with issue 610 and its a joy to read. Excellent art and iconic last page

9.0
Batman #611

Aug 3, 2019

Bruce and Selina’s trip to Metropolis, while brief, was very entertaining and I don’t understand why writers don’t write Bruce in Metropolis more often. Batman 611 is the best issue of Hush yet

9.5
Batman #612

Aug 3, 2019

Batman 612 contains one of the best Batman vs Superman fights ever. Even though the Batman vs Superman fight from Miller’s Dark Knight Returns may be better, this is one is better drawn. Jim Lee and Scott Williams’ art is just so colorful and detailed and it takes Batman: Hush to a whole new level

9.0
Batman #613

Aug 3, 2019

Harley Quin is back and better than ever, and yes, so is the Joker. Catwoman has proved to be an excellent co-star in this arc and the death of Thomas was certainly surprising, considering he was my number 1 suspect of being the man manipulating everyone

10
Batman #614

Aug 3, 2019

Batman 614 delivers some of the best Batman inner monologue ever as Bruce beats Joker to near death for killing Tommy (or did he?). Seeing Jim Gordon again was awesome after the events of the Officer Down story arc, and Hush is shaping up to be just as good as Long Halloween and Dark Victory

10
Batman #615

Aug 3, 2019

Wow. Batman 615 might be the best issue yet. Dick is back and it’s great seeing Bruce and Dick interact again as we find out who the mummy man is AND Bruce unmasks in front of Selina. The identity of the mummy guy was a little expectable but still, Batman 615 was amazing

9.0
Batman #616

Aug 3, 2019

Batman 616 is a little all over the place, but that’s ok because of how interesting everything is. It’s good to see Talia show up, as well as her father Ra’s. You know the person pulling the strings knows what he’s doing if even Ra’s doesn’t know his identity

9.5
Batman #617

Aug 3, 2019

This last page may be one of the most important pages in Batman comics if that really a is Jason Todd. The tension between Selina and Bruce now that Bruce suspects Selina was sent to distract him

10
Batman #618

Aug 3, 2019

I give up. Jeph, you really are the master of the plot twist

8.5
Batman #619

Aug 3, 2019

Riddler is revealed to be the big bad as well as Thomas Elliott, thanks to deception from Clayface and help from Poison Ivy, Harley Quin, Joker, and Killer Croc. Loeb got in a bit over his head but overall I loved Hush, and Jim Lee’s art took the arc to the next level

10
Batman #655

Apr 10, 2020

Fast-paced, funny, and a shocking last page, Batman 655 is a perfect start to Morrison’s run. Kubert’s art is phenomenal

10
Batman #656

Apr 10, 2020

The dynamic between Bruce and Alfred has never been better. I love how Morrison is building off a past story like Son of the Demon

10
Batman #657

Apr 10, 2020

Can’t decide if I like Damian or hate him, but I know that he’s come a looooong way from Batman 657 to the present

7.5
Batman #663

Apr 10, 2020

Grant Morrison shows off his mastery of the English language, but my poor words per minute ratio made this issue a drag and hard to enjoy for me

8.0
Batman #664

Apr 10, 2020

Batman 664 is definitely missing the presence of Damian and Talia, but Kubert does a great job at totally changing his art style for this issue

8.0
Batman #665

Apr 10, 2020

A little bit confusing at times but with creators like Morrison and Kubert, I can confidently expect satisfying payoff

9.0
Batman #666

Apr 10, 2020

Weird dark and crazy. Liked it!

7.5
Batman #667

Apr 10, 2020

Intriguing issue, but I wish I was more familiarized with all the characters Morrison throws at us

8.0
Batman #668

Apr 10, 2020

While last issue was a series of conversations, Batman 668 is where the mystery picks up. Morrison and Williams are in perfect harmony this issue

8.5
Batman #669

Apr 10, 2020

Great finish to a good arc. Can’t wait to discover more about the Black Glove. Excellent art

8.5
Batman #670

Apr 12, 2020

7.0
Batman #671

Apr 12, 2020

8.0
Batman #672

Apr 13, 2020

Going to be hard to enjoy if you’re not familiar with decades worth of Batman comics if you don’t actively use a wiki while reading

8.0
Batman #673

Apr 13, 2020

9.0
Batman #674

Apr 13, 2020

Morrison’s ability to make throw-away Silver Age Batman stories relevant takes this title to another level. Daniel’s art is ridiculously good as well

10
Batman #675

Apr 13, 2020

8.5
Batman #676

Apr 13, 2020

9.0
Batman #677

Apr 13, 2020

There are so many layers to this story

9.5
Batman #678

Apr 13, 2020

A little hard to comprehend without advanced knowledge of Silver Age Batman or a wiki on hand, but when read correctly, Batman 678 is one of the best Batman stories ever

8.5
Batman #679

Apr 13, 2020

10
Batman #680

Apr 14, 2020

Magnificent issue

10
Batman #681

Apr 14, 2020

Best issue of Morrison’s run yet

9.5
Batman #682

Apr 15, 2020

Loved it

10
Batman #683

Apr 15, 2020

“He’s using his own memories as a weapon” Classic Bruce. One of the best modern Batman stories ever.

9.0
Batman #685

Apr 16, 2020

Amazing short little story by Dini. The art is great and for the first time since Hush, Thomas Elliott actually feels threatening again

9.5
Batman #686

Apr 16, 2020

A little confused right now but I’m confident all will be resolved next issue. Kubert’s art is absolutely phenomenal and a great throwback to the Golden and Silver Age. Gaiman packs in so much nostalgia I love it

9.0
Batman #687

Apr 18, 2020

7.0
Batman #700

Apr 18, 2020

Pretty meh. Great art. The present story is by far the best. Unfortunately I haven’t read Batman One Million

9.5
Batman #701

Apr 14, 2020

9.0
Batman #702

Apr 16, 2020

8.0
Batman #703

Apr 19, 2020

Some genuinely solid character moments between Dick and Damian. Too bad DC was so intent on bringing back Bruce so quickly

10
Batman and Robin #1

Apr 18, 2020

Incredible first issue. Morrison successfully brings back the magic of Batman and Son. Dick and Damian’s chemistry is by far the best part about this comic

9.5
Batman and Robin #2

Apr 18, 2020

You can never go wrong when Morrison and Quitely team up. Pyg is so creepy

9.0
Batman and Robin #3

Apr 18, 2020

6.5
Batman and Robin #4

Apr 18, 2020

Tan’s art is absolutely atrocious. Not the best effort on Grant’s side either

8.0
Batman and Robin #5

Apr 18, 2020

Huge improvement art wise

9.0
Batman and Robin #6

Apr 18, 2020

Tan has steadily improved each issue, and Morrison continues to excel at writing the Dick-Damian dynamic

8.0
Batman and Robin #7

Apr 18, 2020

9.0
Batman and Robin #8

Apr 18, 2020

Loved this issue. Morrison’s writing is consistently amazing. The art really grew on me as well

10
Batman and Robin #9

Apr 18, 2020

Great team up between Dick, Batwoman, Knight, and Squire. Great last page but I’m really loving Dick as Batman

10
Batman and Robin #10

Apr 18, 2020

I can confidently say Batman and Robin 10 is the best issue of the series yet. Clarke’s art is stunning and better than even Quitely’s. All of Morrison’s plots are coming together perfectly, and Damian grows on me more and more by the issue

10
Batman and Robin #11

Apr 18, 2020

Phenomenal issue.

10
Batman and Robin #12

Apr 18, 2020

One of the greatest last pages ever, paired with excellent character growth for Damian, with great art, and you’ve got yourself Batman and Robin 12. It’s a genuine shame Bruce is coming back so soon because Dick as Batman is awesome

9.5
Batman and Robin #13

Apr 19, 2020

I really, really disliked Irving’s work in Azrael: Death’s Dark Knight, but he’s pulled a complete 180 in Batman and Robin 13. His artwork is phenomenal. Morrison’s story is great, and the interactions between Dick and Jim are gold

9.5
Batman and Robin #14

Apr 20, 2020

Another great issue. Irving’s art is exceptional and Hurt is by far the best villain of the series yet. Morrison’s unique take on Joker makes this issue even better

9.5
Batman and Robin #15

Apr 20, 2020

The conversation between Damian and Joker is perfectly scripted. Last page gave me chills

9.5
Batman and Robin #16

Apr 20, 2020

Stewart’s art pales in comparison to Irving’s unfortunately, but Batman and Robin 16 is a fine conclusion to a great series. Dick and Damian were a perfect pair and Morrison wrote so much great character development. The Joker steals the show for yet another issue as well.

8.0
Batman and Robin #20

Apr 21, 2020

Loved the opening scene between Bruce, Dick, Tim, Alfred, and Damian. Gleason’s art is great as well

7.0
Batman and Robin #21

Apr 21, 2020

Tomasi writes the dynamic between Damian and Dick phenomenally, but I really don’t care about the White Knight at all

6.0
Batman and Robin #22

Apr 21, 2020

Meh. Gleason’s art takes a dip in quality and the White Knight is just not a character I care about at all

7.0
Batman and Robin #23

Apr 21, 2020

Bad art, solid story. You should only read this if you particularly like Jason, if not, their are better Bat stories out there

7.0
Batman and Robin #24

Apr 21, 2020

6.5
Batman and Robin #25

Apr 22, 2020

8.5
Batman Incorporated #0

May 4, 2020

The art is absolutely terrible and it’s apparent that Burnham didn’t try very hard with this issue. The story itself is great and shows off some of the minor characters Morrison has been building up throughout the years

8.5
Batman Incorporated #1

May 3, 2020

The art is too overly gory at times and the story is somewhat unfocused, but overall Batman Incorporated 1 is a success by Grant Morrison and Chris Burnham. Morrison writes Goatboy perfectly in his first appearance and he’s a character you can feel for. It’s still hard to take Leviathan seriously, especially considering their Morrison’s replacement for the Black Glove

10
Batman Incorporated #2

May 4, 2020

Batman Incorporated 2 is one of Morrison’s greatest Batman issues, and Batman himself only appears sparingly throughout. Morrison uses this issue to retell the origin of Talia, and it’s spectacular. My one complaint is that Bruce and Talia willingly had sex originally in Batman: Son of the Demon, but Morrison retconned it so that Talia drugged him.

10
Batman Incorporated #3

May 4, 2020

This volume of Batman Incorporated is proving to be far better than the first. This issue has beautiful art, a lighthearted story, and one of the most unique Bruce Wayne stories ever, as he goes undercover as Matches Malone. Damian is as hilarious as ever

9.5
Batman Incorporated #4

May 4, 2020

I love this series’ charm. Batman Incorporated perfectly mixes action, plot development, and humor. Great plot twist from Morrison by incorporating Jason into this issue as Wingman. Burnham’s art is absolutely fantastic and perfectly matches Morrison’s wacky tone

10
Batman Incorporated #5

May 4, 2020

If this issue came out earlier in Morrison’s run, there’s no way I would’ve understood it, but I think I’ve gotten used to Morrison’s writing now. He truly is a genius.

10
Batman Incorporated #6

May 4, 2020

Vol 2 of Batman Incorporated might just be the highlight of everything Grant Morrison Batman. Damian is written to perfection

10
Batman Incorporated #7

May 4, 2020

The death of Knight was truly saddening. Can’t wait for Damians return next issue

10
Batman Incorporated #8

May 4, 2020

Wow Damian’s death hit deep. Talia’s reaction really makes you feel at least a little sympathy towards her. Dick and Damian’s friendship is the best part of this issue. One of the finest issues I’ve ever read

10
Batman Incorporated #9

May 4, 2020

Really felt for Bruce this issue. The scene where Bruce tells Alfred to take a vacation is heartbreaking. Loved how Morrison switched from Damian’s funeral to the immediate aftermath of Heretic stabbing Damian throughout the issue

9.5
Batman Incorporated #10

May 4, 2020

Yeaaaa Talia and Heretic are in deep trouble...... Loved the Ra’s scene

5.5
Batman Incorporated #11

May 4, 2020

I’m all for an occasional filler issue to develop minor characters, but Batman Incorporated 11 has literally no connections to the main storyline, and Burnham is a much better artist than writer. His dialogue can be a pain to read

10
Batman Incorporated #12

May 4, 2020

10
Batman Incorporated #13

May 4, 2020

For once, Morrison ended a series without it being super messy and confusing (Final Crisis 7, Return of Bruce Wayne 6, Batman Inc Vol 1 8). Phenomenal issue

8.5
Batman, Inc. #1

Apr 20, 2020

Great art and I love the Bruce/Selina dynamic. If only I cared more about all the Japanese characters

8.5
Batman, Inc. #2

Apr 22, 2020

Huge improvement over issue 1

8.0
Batman, Inc. #3

Apr 22, 2020

9.0
Batman, Inc. #4

Apr 22, 2020

The Kathy Kane subplot makes this issue so much better

8.5
Batman, Inc. #5

Apr 22, 2020

7.5
Batman, Inc. #6

Apr 22, 2020

10
Batman, Inc. #7

Apr 22, 2020

Brilliant

3.5
Batman, Inc. #8

Apr 22, 2020

Definitely some interesting concepts going on but it’s just so confusing. The art is awful as well. Like, how was Jezebel even involved in this, and what’s up with the dog?

10
Batman, Inc.: Leviathan Strikes! #1

Apr 22, 2020

Perfect issue

9.0
Batman: Battle for the Cowl #1

Apr 16, 2020

7.5
Batman: Battle for the Cowl #2

Apr 17, 2020

8.5
Batman: Battle for the Cowl #3

Apr 18, 2020

Yes, Tim and Damian are written way out of character, but I still enjoyed this issue for Daniel’s incredible writing of Dick

9.0
Batman: Battle for the Cowl: Arkham Asylum #1

Apr 17, 2020

Best Battle of the Cowl one shot by far. The art is beautifully terrifying and Hine’s writing is just haunting. Never enjoyed an Arkham centered issue as I just did before

6.5
Batman: Battle for the Cowl: Commissioner Gordon #1

Apr 17, 2020

6.5
Batman: Battle for the Cowl: The Underground #1

Apr 17, 2020

Not horrible but expected better from a creative team of this caliber

3.0
Batman: Battle for the Cowl: Man-Bat #1

Apr 17, 2020

Atrocious art, weak story, I’m already forgetting the story as a type. Waste of time

5.5
Batman: Battle for the Cowl: The Network #1

Apr 18, 2020

All-out mess

10
Batman: Creature of the Night #1

Nov 27, 2019

Absolutely everything I hoped for and more. Batman: Creature of the Night 1 was a heartbreaking comic, but it also delivers divine narration by Busiek. Both characters are well written and, if Busiek can keep this up, I think Creature of the Night will be an even better comic than Superman: Secret Identity. I couldn’t help but root for Bruce Wainwright each and ever page

10
Batman: Creature of the Night #2

Nov 27, 2019

Somehow, Busiek and Leon improve on issue 1 with an even better issue 2. Creature of the Night 2 is amazingly realistic. Busiek and Leon smother each panel with so much care and detail, and the last 4th of this comic might be the best 10 pages I’ve read in a long long time

10
Batman: Creature of the Night #3

Nov 27, 2019

I have no words. If you haven’t read this series, well, you most definitely should

9.5
Batman: Curse of the White Knight #1

Mar 25, 2020

Well if it isn’t my old arch nemesis: cursive😐😐😐.

9.5
Batman: Curse of the White Knight #2

Mar 26, 2020

2 issues in and Sean Murphy’s Azrael is already better then the original Azrael

10
Batman: Curse of the White Knight #3

Mar 26, 2020

Heartbreaking last page. Amazing action and art. Already becoming a modern classic

10
Batman: Curse of the White Knight #4

Mar 26, 2020

Perfection

10
Batman: Curse of the White Knight #5

Mar 26, 2020

Everything’s really starting to click for this series, and it’s gradually becoming just as fantastic as the original. Sean Murphy is writing and drawing yet another modern masterpiece

10
Batman: Curse of the White Knight #6

Mar 26, 2020

Best issue yet by far. I knew a plot twist was becoming but Sean Murphy has blown away my expectations. And don’t get my started on the last 2 pages...

10
Batman: Curse of the White Knight #7

Mar 26, 2020

Curse of the White Knight 7 feels a little awkward sitting between the 2 most significant issues of the series. Fortunately, this issue does exactly what it needs to: deals with the death of Joker and sets up the finale. Beautiful art and loved that touching moment between Bruce and Barbara

10
Batman: Curse of the White Knight #8

Mar 26, 2020

No words

10
Batman: Curse of the White Knight: Von Freeze #1

Nov 23, 2019

Batman: White Knight Presents Von Freeze was absolutely spectacular and just as good as the other installments of the White Knight universe. I was expecting the worst for this one-shot as Janson handles the art instead of Murphy himself, yet Janson delivers just as would as Murphy has. It’s really one of the highlights of his career. Murphy writes one of the most emotionally charged comics I’ve read as he states that he used his own family issues to write this comic. Von Freeze is a deep and beautifully written character, and this one-shot adds even more layers and depth to the White Knight saga

9.0
Batman: Damned #1

Dec 31, 2019

The art is great and I love the horror theme but the narration is a little much

8.0
Batman: Damned #2

Dec 31, 2019

I want to like this more, I really do, especially considering its written and drawn by Brian Azzarello and Lee Bermejo. I love the horror and supernatural elements but I can’t help but feel that Batman: Damned 2 would be so much better without the heavy narration.

8.5
Batman: Damned #3

Dec 31, 2019

Again, I thought the art was great and I loved the supernatural and dark elements. I did think it was pretty obvious that Azzarello tried to make this a little too dark because it was the first book of Black Label, but that didn’t affect the overall story too much. The narration makes this comic much more harder to follow than it had to be, and I think I will like Damned better after a reread or two

10
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns #1

Jul 31, 2019

10
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns #2

Jul 31, 2019

10
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns #3

Jul 31, 2019

10
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns #4

Jul 31, 2019

9.5
Batman: The Dark Prince Charming #1

Jan 1, 2020

Marini knocks it out if the park with his beautiful art, and the story is very intriguing. For a newcomer to the big 2, Marini does a great job of writing the Joker

10
Batman: The Dark Prince Charming #2

Jan 1, 2020

Tremendous plot twist to a simple yet beautiful Batman tale

9.5
Batman: The Killing Joke #1

Jan 7, 2019

Maybe the most iconic Batman story ever after Dark Knight Returns

8.0
Batman: The Return #1

Apr 20, 2020

Nothing horrible but nothing exceptional either. A majority of the important events of this issue could’ve been condensed into Batman Incorporated 1. Great art

8.5
Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #1

Apr 19, 2020

Sprouse’s artwork is fresh and clean, and Morrison’s story is quite entertaining, yet dragged out. All the clues he planted in Batman and Robin are coming together

6.5
Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #2

Apr 19, 2020

Confusing, slow paced comic with awful art where everyone is drawn the same

7.5
Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #3

Apr 19, 2020

If only these issues weren’t so long

6.0
Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #4

Apr 19, 2020

Massive letdown. I was really looking forward to Jonah Hex vs Bruce Wayne. Mediocre art and we barely spend any time with Bruce this issue

8.5
Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #5

Apr 20, 2020

Very good issue and art is great. Morrison reveals a lot this issue and I surprisingly followed along ok

6.0
Batman: The Return of Bruce Wayne #6

Apr 20, 2020

Unrestricted Morrison at his finest

8.5
Batman: Universe #1

Dec 4, 2019

This isn’t your classic Batman, but Bendis gives his take on the Dark Knight a unique feel that is perfectly matched by Derington’s art. The Riddler is one of Batman’s greatest villains and Alfred had some hilarious lines

8.5
Batman: Universe #2

Dec 4, 2019

Batman: Universe 2 was a ton of fun. The tone was light and Batman and Green Arrow make for a hilarious dynamic, even though the dialogue was a bit choppy between them at times. Batman visits Gorilla City and it looks like Thanagar now too, so what more could you want

8.0
Batman: Universe #3

Dec 4, 2019

Batman: Universe is perfectly named, as issue 3 further proves that this is just a fun Bendis romp through the DC Universe. Green Lantern makes for a better co-star than Oliver, and Vandal Savage is always an intriguing villain, but Bruce’s trip to Dinosaur Island felt very unnecessary

8.5
Batman: Universe #4

Dec 4, 2019

Great art, fun story. Again, not your usual dark and gritty Batman but Bendis delivers his own unique take and it’s a blast.

9.0
Batman: Universe #5

Dec 4, 2019

Batman: Universe is the funniest issue of the series as well as by far the most important, as the Faberge egg is revealed to contain a White Lantern ring. Yup, Bruce Wayne is a White Lantern. And he might just be infected with alien spores

10
Batman: White Knight #1

Aug 20, 2019

Batman: White Knight 1 was absolutely fantastic. Murphy outdoes himself with the tremendous art and mind boggling story. This is one of the most fascinating Joker stories I’ve read, and it’s only issue 1

10
Batman: White Knight #2

Aug 20, 2019

Another wonderful issue by Murphy. It was heartbreaking to see Alfred die and this may be the most fascinating portrayal of Joker ever

9.0
Batman: White Knight #3

Aug 20, 2019

The best thing about this series is that you can’t help but root for Jack Napier even though he bound to fall and go back to his joking ways. I’m not liking this Neo-Joker character until we get more backstory on her, though. Murphy does a tremendous job with the art

9.0
Batman: White Knight #4

Aug 20, 2019

Again, I can’t help but root for Jack and root against Bruce, and we get that Neo-Joker backstory that was desperately needed. Honestly, the GTO is actually a really good idea

9.5
Batman: White Knight #5

Aug 20, 2019

The conversation between Bruce and Harley was easily the highlight of this issue, and it gave them each so much more depth. The relationship between Dick and Bruce is so intriguing and I hope to see it fleshed out more in coming issues

9.5
Batman: White Knight #6

Aug 20, 2019

Batman: White Knight 6 is the calm before the storm of these next 2 issues, but that doesn’t mean this issue is any less good. The artwork is great and the whole thing is entertaining cover to finish.

10
Batman: White Knight #7

Aug 20, 2019

It’s official: Batman: White Knight is up there with Hush, Long Halloween, Dark Knight Returns, Year One, Killing Joke, and Arkham Asylum as one of the all time greatest Batman stories. No seriously, I consider it that good. Sean Murphy outdoes himself with the art and story and each character has so much depth in only 7 issues

10
Batman: White Knight #8

Aug 20, 2019

Never have I wanted more to rate an issue 11/10. 2nd best Batman comic EVER in my opinion; just behind Long Halloween

8.0
Birds of Prey (1998) #118  
7.0
Black Panther (2005) #39

Jan 1, 2019

7.5
Black Panther (2005) #40

Jan 1, 2019

7.0
Black Panther (2005) #41

Jan 1, 2019

6.0
Black Panther (2009) #1

Jan 1, 2019

6.0
Black Panther (2009) #2

Jan 1, 2019

3.0
Black Panther (2009) #3

Jan 1, 2019

3.5
Black Panther (2009) #4

Jan 1, 2019

5.5
Black Panther (2009) #5

Jan 1, 2019

4.5
Black Panther (2009) #6

Jan 1, 2019

5.5
Black Panther (2009) #7

Jan 1, 2019

6.0
Black Panther (2009) #8

Jan 1, 2019

4.0
Black Panther (2009) #9

Jan 1, 2019

6.5
Black Panther (2009) #10

Jan 1, 2019

2.5
Black Panther (2009) #11

Jan 1, 2019

6.0
Black Panther (2009) #12

Jan 1, 2019

It’s not that Mayberry has done a bad job plotting, his plots are great. The problem with Black Panther is the character writing. The characters are just depicted to be so unlike able. Shuri is great in the Black Panther movie but her comic book counterpart is so different. T’Challa is so stuck up and bitchy. Mayberry can’t even write Storm write. Storm is easily one of the best X-Men when Claremont was writing be she is a completely diffirent character in this series. Also the art is awful. Wakanda is always drawn very unappealing and Shuri is drawn so generic. Big boobs, tight costume, round butt

8.0
Black Panther and the Agents of Wakanda #1

Sep 19, 2019

It’s a genuine shame most of the Agents of Wakanda don’t appear in this issue, because they really are in interesting group of guys. Anyways, Black Panther and the Agents of Wakanda 1 goes heavy with the action and gives us a fast start from the get go. The art is great and this series has a ton of potential. Great to see Zub getting another chance after Champions got cancelled

8.5
Black Panther and the Agents of Wakanda #2

Oct 16, 2019

First off, I would just like to appreciate everything that is Fat Cobra. He literally ate the Void. Yeah, the same Void that killed Sentry and Loki a couple years ago. Anyways, I though issue 1 was super generic so I was pleasantly surprised with this issue. Each character gets a decent amount of time to shine and the humor was much more improved. Jim Zub comics aren’t for everyone but I love them

8.0
Black Panther and the Agents of Wakanda #3

Nov 15, 2019

Black Panther and the Agents of Wakanda 3 is the most complete issue of the series yet. This issue is ridiculous, has tons of action, introduces a new team member, and was absolutely hilarious, especially the start. Zub is on a roll. Plus, Ego is awesome and I love a good continuity reference

9.0
Black Panther and the Agents of Wakanda #4

Dec 13, 2019

After issue 3, I was seriously considering dropping Black Panther and the Agents of Wakanda, but I decided to at least stay on for one more issue to finish the arc, and boy am I glad I did. Issue 4 perfectly shows off Zub’s mastery of continuity and it shows how much potential stories their are lying in decades-old stories. The art is perfect and I loved Bobbi and John especially. I will most definitely be back. This is a modern day old school comic, and it’s great

8.5
Black Panther and the Agents of Wakanda #5

Jan 2, 2020

One word to describe this issue: fun

6.0
Black Panther and the Agents of Wakanda #6

Feb 15, 2020

Issue 6 is a huge step down after a great issue 5. Nick Fury decoys/LMDs have been used so much in the past few years and it’s just such an used up trope. Deadpool was hilarious and Zub did a great job of not going over the top with the Deadpool stuff. T’Challa and Okoye were great but I hope that Zub lets the rest of the team shine a little more in future issues. My main complaint is that this issue relies way to heavily on presuming the reader has read the Liveswires series from 15 years ago. I haven’t read that comic, so here we are.

9.5
Black Panther and the Agents of Wakanda #7

Mar 6, 2020

Issues like this is what Black Panther and the Agents of Wakanda was meant to be. Gorilla-Man, Ka-Zar, Bruu, American Eagle, Fat Cobra, and Mockingbird finally step out of the shadow of T’Challa and Okoye, who appear briefly. Dragons are attacking Avengers mountain and Gorilla-Man leads the defense while T’Challa and Okoye meet with the League of the Realms. The Asgard scenes are beautifully drawn. The action scenes at Avengers mountain are awesome and Zub perfectly nails Gorilla Man’s humor. The last page reveals of Fin Fang Fool was awesome and hilarious. I was close to dropping this series a couple months ago, but it’s quickly flying up my buy list.

8.0
Black Panther and the Agents of Wakanda #8

Mar 4, 2021

A genuine shame that Zub’s comics don’t sell that well, because this was yet another solid series from him. My main complaint about this issue is Marvel’s recent streak of gradually making all of the Marvel Monsters into good guys, or at least into characters you can sympathize with. I love how Zub, unlike most Marvel and DC writers right now, appreciates and uses continuity to his advantage. And of course great art by Medina too

9.0
Black Widow (2010) #1

Jul 17, 2019

Liu nails the espionage elements that made Natasha such a great character into this issue, while Daniel Acuna’s art is the best thing about this series. Black Widow 1 raises a lot of questions but I have no doubt we will find satisfying answers in the next coming issues

9.0
Black Widow (2010) #2

Jul 17, 2019

Another neatly-drawn, espionage-mystery thriller from Liu and Acuna. I really love this series so far but my overall enjoyment of this run really depends on if I’m satisfied or not with the various mysteries started throughout these first 2 issues

8.5
Black Widow (2010) #3

Jul 17, 2019

Elektra’s confrontation with Natasha was very unnecessary but I’m impressed with how much depth and personality Liu has given Natasha

8.0
Black Widow (2010) #4

Jul 17, 2019

The way this comic is written is a little weird and confusing, which I can say about most mystery comics, but Acuna’s art, Liu’s writing of Nat, and the sweet, sweet espionage make this issue great

7.5
Black Widow (2010) #5

Jul 17, 2019

The reveal of the person behind all Natasha’s troubles is......Imus Champion. Yeah, I didn’t know who he was either. While an underwhelming finale to Liu’s run, Acuna’s art was spectacular. Black Rose was also an extremely well written character

9.5
Black Widow (2014) #1

Jan 24, 2019

8.5
Black Widow (2014) #2

Jan 24, 2019

8.5
Black Widow (2014) #3

Jan 24, 2019

7.5
Black Widow (2014) #4

Jan 24, 2019

6.5
Black Widow (2014) #5

Jan 24, 2019

7.5
Black Widow (2014) #6

Jan 24, 2019

6.5
Black Widow (2014) #7

Jan 24, 2019

8.5
Black Widow (2014) #8

Jan 24, 2019

7.0
Black Widow (2014) #9

Jan 24, 2019

9.0
Black Widow (2014) #10

Jan 24, 2019

4.5
Black Widow (2014) #11

Jan 24, 2019

7.5
Black Widow (2014) #12

Jan 24, 2019

8.0
Black Widow (2014) #13

Jan 24, 2019

8.0
Black Widow (2014) #14

Jan 24, 2019

7.5
Black Widow (2014) #15

Jan 24, 2019

8.5
Black Widow (2014) #16

Jan 24, 2019

6.0
Black Widow (2014) #17

Jan 24, 2019

7.0
Black Widow (2014) #18

Jan 24, 2019

9.5
Black Widow (2014) #19

Jan 24, 2019

9.5
Black Widow (2014) #20

Jan 24, 2019

9.0
Black Widow (2016) #1

Jul 17, 2019

Black Widow 1 jumps right into the middle of another mess Nat has gotten herself into. Apparently Natasha stole something very valuable from SHIELD, and they want it back no matter the cost? Throughout the whole issue, Samnee draws beautiful action and chase scenes of Natasha and a variety of SHIELD agents. Waid May have just wrote the origin of a very intriguing villain, SHIELD agent Elder, who’s protege got killed in the battlefield due to Natasha going rogue. All this awesomeness, and Natasha only has 1 one line this entire issue. 1. Great job Waid

9.0
Black Widow (2016) #2

Jul 17, 2019

Black Widow 2 rewinds a little and tells us why Natasha stole whatever she did from SHIELD, and it’s because a man that goes by Weeping Lion blackmailed her into doing it with unknown secrets of Natasha’s past. Waid doesn’t do the best job of writing Nat’s personality and this series is pretty much go go go with the action.

8.0
Black Widow (2016) #3

Jul 17, 2019

Definitely not enough dialogue for Natasha and I hope all this buildups payoff. Better than Liu’s Black Widow so far but not quite as good as Edmondson’s.

8.0
Black Widow (2016) #4

Jul 17, 2019

This arc is progressing but Black Widow 4 is still mostly buildup. Waid and Samnee write and draw espionage so well. I wish we knew more about the Weeping Lion himself but still a solid issue

9.5
Black Widow (2016) #5

Jul 17, 2019

Wow. The parking lot fight scene was absolutely amazing. Samnee’s art really tied it all together and I loved Agent Elder throughout the series and I’m glad he went out with a literal bang. Looks like trouble is in store next issue now that Tony is hunting her after Weeping Lion released her secrets

8.5
Black Widow (2016) #6

Jul 17, 2019

Outstanding first 2/3 of Black Widow 6 which pit Natasha against Tony now that Weeping Lion revealed Natasha originally kidnapped Yo for Wong-Chu. Natasha’s deception of Tony late in the issue was probably my favorite part yet. Unfortunately, Natasha’s final confrontation with Weeping Lion and his brother at the end was very rushed and unsatisfying

10
Black Widow (2016) #7

Jul 17, 2019

I never thought I could feel so sympathetic for the Weeping Lions. Thanks Black Widow 7, I know see the 1st 6 issues in a brand new light. Fantastic issue and art

9.0
Black Widow (2016) #8

Jul 17, 2019

The Weeping Lions continue to be the most intriguing and interesting characters of this series, while the Dark Room’s attempted assassination of the Vice President was one of the greatest written espionage and action scenes of the series

8.5
Black Widow (2016) #9

Jul 19, 2019

The fight between Natasha, Bucky, and Recluse was fantastically written and drawn. Although this series has excellent action, art, and espionage, it lacks character development and any sort of personality for Natasha

8.0
Black Widow (2016) #10

Jul 19, 2019

Wow so both Weeping Lions are dead now and Natasha never even found out why they hated her in the first place. It seemed like Waid had no plans for the Lions after the first 6 issues so he just killed them off to make Recluse seem like a more intimidating villain. Honestly the Weeping Lions were better villains than Recluse and they were guys you could actually root for. Lazy writing but good issue nonetheless

8.5
Black Widow (2016) #11

Jul 19, 2019

Good issue with a great end that puts this second arc of Black Widow over the top from the 1st

8.5
Black Widow (2016) #12

Jul 19, 2019

Black Widow 12 concludes Waid’s Black Widow, which was lush was action and espionage but had no character development of personality for Natasha at all

9.5
Black Widow (2020) #1

Apr 24, 2022

Phenomenal first issue, art is amazing

9.0
Black Widow (2020) #2

Apr 24, 2022

Peak storytelling right here. 10/10 art, intriguing mystery, and I love the Clint and Bucky team up

9.0
Black Widow (2020) #3

Apr 24, 2022

Whole issue is eye candy. Loved the reveal of the villains

9.0
Black Widow (2020) #4

Apr 24, 2022

No way…

8.5
Black Widow (2020) #5

Apr 24, 2022

Wow this was a lot, especially for an opening arc. In 5 issues (closer to 4 actually), Thompson introduced Nat’s fiancé and son, faked their deaths, revealed that they are still alive, and wrote in an explanation for why they will probably be mentioned in a Marvel comic again. The art was perfect and I loved the action, but it just feels kinda cheap knowing that Stevie and James will never be mentioned again, it takes away a lot from the emotional scenes in this issue

8.0
Black Widow (2020) #6

Apr 25, 2022

Latorre does a great job for a guest artist. There’s no flaws in this issue but nothing that makes it stand out enough for it to be higher than an 8

8.5
Black Widow (2020) #7

May 7, 2022

8.0
Black Widow (2020) #8

May 8, 2022

8.0
Black Widow (2020) #9

May 8, 2022

8.5
Black Widow (2020) #10

May 8, 2022

Beautiful art as always. Any comic written by Kelly Thompson that has Kate Bishop appear in it is a must read for me

8.0
Black Widow (2020) #11

May 25, 2022

Pretty creative powers for the Twins

9.0
Black Widow (2020) #12

May 25, 2022

Great balance of action, character development, and plot advancement

8.5
Black Widow (2020) #13

May 25, 2022

Loved the old style of art

8.5
Black Widow (2020) #14

May 25, 2022

8.0
Black Widow (2020) #15

May 25, 2022

Canceled way too early noooo

10
Blackest Night #0

Apr 23, 2020

Reis and Johns have reached goat status for writer/artist team-ups

10
Blackest Night #1

Apr 23, 2020

8.5
Blackest Night #2

Apr 24, 2020

I was hoping Blackest Night would be more about the War of the Light so far it’s been just about the dead resurrecting only on Earth. Still a good story but I wish this event relied more on its tie ins to get certain points across

8.5
Blackest Night #3

Apr 24, 2020

Art is phenomenal

9.0
Blackest Night #4

Apr 25, 2020

9.5
Blackest Night #5

Apr 26, 2020

10
Blackest Night #6

Apr 26, 2020

Best issue yet

10
Blackest Night #7

Apr 27, 2020

9.5
Blackest Night #8

Apr 27, 2020

Geoff Johns truly is the Michael Bay of comics

6.5
Blackest Night: Untold Tales of the Blackest Night #1

Apr 29, 2020

Animal Man story is the highlight of this issue. The Donna/Cassie story wasn’t awful either

7.5
Blackest Night: Batman #1

Apr 24, 2020

Great character development and interactions between Damian and Dick but the Deadman stuff was kinda boring

6.0
Blackest Night: Batman #2

Apr 24, 2020

Blackest Night: Batman 2 suffers from mediocre art and a bland story, yet still filled with entertaining action

7.5
Blackest Night: Batman #3

Apr 25, 2020

Wish Dick was Batman a little longer

7.0
Blackest Night: JSA #1

Apr 27, 2020

7.0
Blackest Night: JSA #2

Apr 26, 2020

9.0
Blackest Night: JSA #3

Apr 27, 2020

Wow. This was a fantastic issue. Might just be the best Blackest Night tie in

8.0
Blackest Night: Superman #1

Apr 24, 2020

8.0
Blackest Night: Superman #2

Apr 24, 2020

7.5
Blackest Night: Superman #3

Apr 25, 2020

9.0
Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps #1

Apr 23, 2020

The art is ok but the way Johns and Tomasi can turn minor background characters like the Lanterns in this issue into characters capable of carrying their own issue is fantastic.

8.5
Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps #2

Apr 23, 2020

8.5
Blackest Night: Tales of the Corps #3

Apr 23, 2020

7.5
Blackest Night: The Flash #1

Apr 26, 2020

6.5
Blackest Night: The Flash #2

Apr 26, 2020

Great art but not much happens that didn’t happen in the main Blackest Night title

6.5
Blackest Night: The Flash #3

Apr 26, 2020

8.5
Blackest Night: Titans #1

Apr 24, 2020

My favorite tie in of Blackest Night yet. Phenomenal art

8.5
Blackest Night: Titans #2

Apr 24, 2020

8.5
Blackest Night: Titans #3

Apr 25, 2020

Great art and story, a real shame that most of Krul’s Titans run isn’t as good as this. He wrote Gar perfectly this issue

6.0
Blackest Night: Wonder Woman #2

Apr 26, 2020

Good art and somewhat entertaining issue but completely unnecessary and pointless. Everything in this comic was either a figment of Diana’s imagination or already happened in Blackest Night 6

7.0
Blackest Night: Wonder Woman #3

Apr 26, 2020

9.0
Brightest Day #0

Apr 27, 2020

Brightest Day 0 is nothing extraordinary or groundbreaking like 52 was, but it does it’s job as a nice set up issue with perfect art

8.5
Brightest Day #1

Apr 27, 2020

8.0
Brightest Day #2

Apr 27, 2020

Very slow issue compared to issues 0 and 1. The Martian Manhunter portion of this issue is phenomenal, but the Firestorm and Hawkman/Hawkgirl portions were actually quite boring

8.0
Brightest Day #3

Apr 28, 2020

8.0
Brightest Day #4

Apr 28, 2020

Brightest Day would be a much better read if it wasn’t so slow paced. Although 52 started slow as well so not all hope is lost

8.0
Brightest Day #5

Apr 29, 2020

7.0
Brightest Day #6

Apr 29, 2020

The storylines pale in comparison to the storylines of 52

6.5
Brightest Day #7

Apr 29, 2020

Mediocre art and boring story

7.0
Brightest Day #8

Apr 29, 2020

5.5
Brightest Day #9

Apr 29, 2020

This was bad. Johns has no idea how to write Oliver. Why would Oliver be willing to kill J’onn just to protect the forest.

7.5
Brightest Day #10

Apr 29, 2020

7.5
Brightest Day #11

Apr 29, 2020

How exactly are Deathstorm and Nekron different?

6.5
Brightest Day #12

Apr 30, 2020

Broo i hate all these Retcons.

5.5
Brightest Day #13

Apr 30, 2020

Nearly an entire issue dedicated to retconning and retelling the already confusing and convoluted origins of Hawkman and Hawkgirl? No thanks.

9.0
Brightest Day #14

Apr 30, 2020

Brightest Day 14 is the best issue of the series yet. It’s basically the Christmas Carol, but instead of Scrooge we get Boston Brand, and instead of the ghosts of Christmas past, present, and future, we get the White Ring.

8.0
Brightest Day #15

Apr 30, 2020

Johns, Tomasi, and Gleason give their take on the classics Whatever Happened to the Man of Tomorrow and Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader with Brightest Day 15. For the most part, they succeed. I did find Gleason’s art lacking compared to his other work with Tomasi.

8.0
Brightest Day #16

Apr 30, 2020

Starting to like this new Aqualad, although I dislike all the multiple retcons connected to his origin.

8.5
Brightest Day #17

Apr 30, 2020

The scene where Deadman meets up with his grandpa is easily the best scene of this whole series

7.5
Brightest Day #18

Apr 30, 2020

Like one of the critics above stated, Johns and Tomasi finally wrote Carter and Shiera to a point where they could be written without their convoluted history getting in the way, but at the last second they were killed off. Boston’s White Ring truly is the worst.

7.0
Brightest Day #19

May 1, 2020

Black Manta and Siren really fall flat as villains. The Aquaman/Aqualad story of Brightest Day has been one of the weaker stories and it doesn’t get much better here.

8.0
Brightest Day #20

May 1, 2020

Solid art and a good conclusion to Aquaman’s story in Brightest Day. The new “Aqua Family” would’ve had a lot of potential if it weren’t for the New 52.

6.5
Brightest Day #21

May 1, 2020

Literally everything about the White Lantern and Ring is stupid. I swear some of the things Boston’s ring does are just written to move the plot forward.

7.5
Brightest Day #22

May 1, 2020

Deathstorm and the Anti-Monitor’s involvement was pretty pointless but Johns and Tomasi develop Ronnie perfectly throughout this issue. They nailed the execution on Professor Stein’s death. So sad

4.5
Brightest Day #23

May 1, 2020

This was awful. Another Nekron-type villain. Elementals. Really? Swamp Thing. Really? Brightest Day 23 is just one big, poorly-drawn mess of an issue

2.0
Brightest Day #24

May 1, 2020

This series wasn’t all bad but it’s ending is atrocious. Like awful

7.0
Cable (1993) #16

Apr 28, 2021

Pretty solid issue besides the overly forced rivalry between Logan and Cable. Still the weakest of the 3 sections of Phalanx Covenany though

8.5
Cable (1993) #20

May 3, 2021

So many great heartfelt moments. Can’t believe Cable knew all this time that Scott and Jean were Slym and Redd though

7.5
Cable (2008) #1

Jan 24, 2019

7.0
Cable (2008) #2

Jan 24, 2019

7.0
Cable (2008) #3

Jan 24, 2019

7.5
Cable (2008) #4

Jan 24, 2019

6.5
Cable (2008) #5

Jan 24, 2019

8.0
Cable (2008) #6

Jan 24, 2019

7.0
Cable (2008) #7

Jan 24, 2019

Better series than x-Force

7.0
Cable (2008) #8

Jan 24, 2019

6.5
Cable (2008) #9

Jan 24, 2019

8.0
Cable (2008) #10

Jan 24, 2019

7.5
Cable (2008) #11

Jan 24, 2019

7.5
Cable (2008) #12

Jan 24, 2019

6.0
Cable (2008) #13

Jan 24, 2019

7.5
Cable (2008) #14

Jan 24, 2019

5.5
Cable (2008) #15

Jan 24, 2019

9.5
Cable (2020) #1

Mar 12, 2020

Don’t be fooled, Cable 1 is a good comic, very good in fact. Though I much prefer the og Cable, young Cable is still somewhat fun. Pixie and Armor complement young Cable perfectly. The interaction between Scott and Cable was also written perfectly by Duggan. I loved the inclusion of the space knights and Cable 1 seems to be starting the journey to X of Swords. Noto’s art is incredible and I’m glad he’s back on an X book.

8.5
Cable: Blood and Metal #1

Apr 5, 2021

Art is pretty good. Story is all over the place but I like it. Kane is really growing me and Nicieza has done a great job by grasping my attention with all the mysteries of Cable’s past

9.5
Cable: Blood and Metal #2

Apr 5, 2021

This was so much better than I ever expected. Hopefully X-Cutioner’s Song is just as good

9.5
Captain America & The Invaders: The Bahamas Triangle #1

Jul 5, 2019

A shirt but sweet flashback issue to Cap and the Invaders’ early days written by the creator of the Invaders himself Jerry Ordway. The pace was fast and the issue was nice and simple and beautifully drawn. There aren’t enough issues like this these days but seriously read this issue for the art if for nothing else

10
Captain America (2004) #1

Apr 30, 2019

Brubaker and Epting deliver a perfect opening issue with wonderful art and no writing start. I was extremely interested from start to finish and their is really nothing wrong about this issue. It’s tremendous!

9.0
Captain America (2004) #2

Apr 30, 2019

I love a good comics mystery, and so far Brubaker’s opening run on Captain America could one day be the best of them. Steve Epting, one of the best all time artists, captures Brubaker’s story perfectly with his art. The plot is simple yet beautifully complicated. It’s not as jovial as Kirkman’s run but it makes up for that in intensity and the art

8.5
Captain America (2004) #4

Apr 30, 2019

The pacing slows down but this is still one of Ed Brubaker’s best comics. The best Cap story since the Mark Gruenwald years trudges along and even though this issue was the worst yet this arc is still extraordinary

9.5
Captain America (2004) #5

Apr 30, 2019

Even though Captain America WW2 stories are everywhere and usually bland, this half-flashback issue kept me intrigued and the way Lark draws snowy Russia is incredible. This mystery is amazing and Brubaker keeps things nice and tidy by keeping the cast of characters small

9.0
Captain America (2004) #6

Apr 30, 2019

Still questions to be answered but Captain America 6 was extremely satisfying and nice to look at. The idea of Steve’s past catching up to him has been done countless times before but not quite like this

9.0
Captain America (2004) #7

Apr 30, 2019

Captain America 7 takes a break from the main story but the quality of this comic series did not decline. Brubaker’s enveloped me in Jack’s head perfectly and the last 3 pages were perfection. Totally unnecessary issue that I loved.

9.0
Captain America (2004) #8

May 1, 2019

This book continues to be excellent and I don’t know what to say without repeating myself. Lark’s art is incredible and although he is no Epting he still draws life on to the pages. One of the best Captain America stories in decades

9.5
Captain America (2004) #9

May 1, 2019

One of the best issues yet and I my only complaint is how grim Steve is. Otherwise, Captain America by Brubaker is a 10/10 comic

8.5
Captain America (2004) #10

Apr 30, 2019

Simple, sweet, and slow tie-in to a rather fast paced no-time-for-breath (yet still awesome) event.

9.0
Captain America (2004) #11

May 4, 2019

We finally are starting to get some answers and it is insanely satisfying. Great issue

9.0
Captain America (2004) #12

May 4, 2019

The best Captain America run in decades continues. I don’t know what to say about this comic without sounding like a broken record

9.5
Captain America (2004) #13

May 4, 2019

Tony and Sam’s guest appearances make this issue even better than usual and the way Epting draws them is pure eye candy. Captain America 13 is a near perfect issue

10
Captain America (2004) #14

May 4, 2019

Captain America 14 serves as the conclusion of everything so far and is by far the best issue yet. It’s a beautifully drawn emotional roller coaster that begs you to root for the villain (Bucky), while also setting up many many story arcs to come. I satisfying conclusion that leaves plenty for future arcs

9.5
Captain America (2004) #15

May 4, 2019

Although, Steve doesn’t appear much in this issue, Captain America stands as one of this series’ best issues yet. Crossbones kidnapped the mind-wiped Sinthia Schmidt who thinks her name is Erica. Crossbones tortures Sinthia to try to make her remember who she is and who her father was. This comic sets up future issues perfectly and the art is great

9.5
Captain America (2004) #16

May 4, 2019

Perkins’ art gives this issue a more laid back and joyful approach yet the mysterious and violent tones are still there. Crossbones and Sin make for great villains and the looming threat of Lukin/Skull and Bucky makes for a great issue

9.0
Captain America (2004) #17

May 4, 2019

Brubaker is playing the long game, and when done right, the long game is the best game. This 2-issue storyline had nice pacing while continuing the overall story. One of the best series I’ve read in a long time

10
Captain America (2004) #18

May 4, 2019

The return of Epting is timed perfectly as Steve and Sharon travel to London in search of Bucky. London as the new setting is a breath of fresh air and seeing Steve team up with Union Jack and Spitfire is easily the highlight of this issue

9.0
Captain America (2004) #19

May 4, 2019

Another great issue that takes place in the UK. It only took 2 issues for Brubaker to make me care about the British heroes and I think I’ll read something relate to them when I’m done with this run. The long running story is never boring and I can tell it’s building to something big

9.0
Captain America (2004) #20

May 4, 2019

Another great issue that continues the conflict of Cap/Sharon vs Bucky vs Lukin/Red Skull vs Crossbones/Sin. If that hasn’t convinced you to read this comic than nothing will

8.5
Captain America (2004) #21

May 5, 2019

The London storyline comes to a close as Civil War begins next issue. Captain America 21 is pretty straightforward, as Steve and Bucky fight Red Skull’s murder bot in London while Joey and Jackie fight the Master Race. Its a beautifully drawn conclusion to arguably the best arc yet

8.0
Captain America (2004) #22

May 5, 2019

While the Civil War series itself is awful, the tie-ins are mostly great. This issue was one of the better Civil War tie-ins yet one of the worst Captain America issues. Civil War is interesting but the story Brubaker was telling before Civil War was much more interesting

8.5
Captain America (2004) #23

May 5, 2019

An intriguing tie-in to Civil War that focuses on Bucky Barnes. Although these tie-ins are not as good as the regular Captain America issues, Captain America 23 takes advantage of Civil War and gives us an issue that lets us inside Bucky’s head. He’s no Steve Epting but I do love Mike Perkins’ art as well

8.5
Captain America (2004) #24

May 5, 2019

Ed Brubaker handles his villains with such care and and thought and he knows exactly the story he wants to tell with them. Main reason while this series has some of the best villain work ever and I’m glad the Civil War tie-ima have wrapped up even though they get better and better every issue

10
Captain America (2004) #25

May 5, 2019

Wow. Just wow. Everything about this issue is perfect from the cover to that shocking last page. Brubaker and Epting give us an issue for the ages and although I won’t spoil it here, Captain America 25 has on of the most shocking panels in comics history.

9.5
Captain America (2004) #26

May 5, 2019

He did it. He won. The Red Skull killed Steve Rogers. Bucky is broken, his best friend is dead. Sharon is broken, the love of her life is dead and she is just as guilty as the Red Skull. Brubaker is writing an amazing arc and its fascinating to see how Bucky, Sharon, and Sam are doing after last issues shocking events

9.0
Captain America (2004) #27

May 5, 2019

This comic is just as good a series with its main character dead as with its main character alive, and Captain America 27 proves that. Sharon and Bucky’s storylines post-Cap’s death are fascinating and it looks like Brubaker still has tons of stories left in the tank

8.0
Captain America (2004) #28

May 5, 2019

One of the worst issues of this series yet is actually a pretty good comic, just low quality for this series. The new Serpent Squad is bland and I don’t really care for them and this issue was all over the place.

9.0
Captain America (2004) #29

May 5, 2019

A much better issue than last that continues Bucky’s search for revenge, Sam and Sharon’s search for Bucky and Tony’s search for revenge. Sin and Crossbones are also amazingly written by Brubaker and they are a joy in every issue they appear in

9.0
Captain America (2004) #30

May 5, 2019

Another great issue post-Civil War. Brubaker has done a tremendous job of making Steve’s supporting characters the main characters after his death

8.5
Captain America (2004) #31

May 5, 2019

Sort of a boring issue compared to other issues in this run but it doesn’t need to be overly exciting as this issue opens the second act of death of Captain America. I’m loving the trio of Bucky, Sharon, and Sam

8.5
Captain America (2004) #32

May 5, 2019

Kind of an all over the place issue but the best part of this series continues to be Red Skull’s spectacularly evil plan come into place.

9.0
Captain America (2004) #33

May 5, 2019

Bucky becomes the new Captain America as the obvious choice but it is still nonetheless satisfying. This issue sets the future for this series and I can’t wait to see the Red Skull vs Bucky showdown that is looming on the horizon

9.5
Captain America (2004) #34

May 5, 2019

Great action and plot in Captain America 34. My only complaint is how dark this series is becoming

8.5
Captain America (2004) #35

May 5, 2019

Great issue but for some reason the Bucky-Cap issues just aren’t as good as when Steve has the shield. I miss Steve Epting but his former sidekicks Mike Perkins and Butch Guice aren’t too bad

9.0
Captain America (2004) #36

May 5, 2019

The Red Skull’s plan is definitely taking its time to unfold but hopefully that will lead to a more satisfying and even bigger payoff in the end. Interesting to see Sharon go from the 2nd most important character to barely appearing. Brubaker writes his villains perfectly

8.5
Captain America (2004) #37

May 5, 2019

Epting is back! Anyways another usual issue post Steve’s death, which is mediocre by this series’ standards (which are very high). This series’ quality has actually declined by a bit since around issue 30 but still arguably the best Captain America run ever after Mark Gruenwald’s massive run

8.5
Captain America (2004) #38

May 5, 2019

Pretty good issue but Bucky just isn’t as good as a character as Steve was. The most intriguing and interesting part of this series continues to be Red Skull and his devious plan

9.0
Captain America (2004) #39

May 5, 2019

Brubaker’s knowledge and respect for continuity shines in Captain America 39, as Jack Monroe’s partner who also happens to be the Captain America from the 50s, has been revived and brainwashed by the Red Skull. Sharon is also pregnant with Steve’s kid, so yeah, it’s getting crazy

9.5
Captain America (2004) #40

May 5, 2019

Captain America 40 is one of the best issues in a while as Bucky fights the 1950s Captain America. One of the highlights this issue is Sharon’s attempted escape that ends up in here getting stabbed right in the stomach by Sin. It looks like Sharon will survive, but wil her baby still in the womb?

9.5
Captain America (2004) #41

May 5, 2019

Captain America 41 is a true return to form for this series and I can’t wait for next issue’s conclusion of everything that has happened since issue 1

10
Captain America (2004) #42

May 7, 2019

One of the best and most satisfying issues of the series. Brubaker’s long game payed off and it was glorious seeing Red Skull’s plan reveal itself bit by bit over time. Sharon escaped Dr Faustus with help from Faustus himself and it is revealed that Sharon did in fact have a miscarriage. The Skull is defeated for now and all around amazing issue

9.0
Captain America (2004) #43

May 7, 2019

Now that Red Skull is out of the picture (for now) and Bucky is off to new threats. With Red Skull’s exit from the series, Captain America becomes a lot less complicated, and it feels like a breath of fresh air on a hot summer day. Brubaker’s run continues its greatness with this not needed but greatly appreciated fresh started. Luke Ross shakes things up with the art and it gives the book a refreshing lighter tone