Secret Empire #2 Review

When an argument divides the Underground, will hope survive? Now that Rick Jones' cellphone has been decrypted, the Underground hears out what he found out about Steve Rogers and the Cosmic Cube that rewrote history. By gathering the pieces of the Cube, which have been scattered all over the planet, our heroes can restore history... Continue Reading →

Secret Empire #1 Review

The Cap's out of the bag, and modern history in the Marvel Universe is as it -- ahem -- should be. Not that fans are happy with the development. It was one thing to turn Captain America into a Hydra agent. It was another to reveal that the entirety of Marvel Comics history was a... Continue Reading →

Secret Empire #0 Review

After the most recent Secret Wars event rewrote Marvel's comic continuity, the company dropped a major bombshell when it brought Steve Rogers back into mix as Captain America. For the past several years, Rogers took on a more administrative role after a confrontation with the Iron Nail left his Super-Soldier Serum inert. Working as the Avengers' mission control leader,... Continue Reading →

Batman #2 Review

Gotham and Gotham Girl have Batman's respect, but do they have the chops to take over when he's gone? Batman #2 drums up an incoming threat that will likely test everyone's resolve, but we don't really know exactly what's coming and to the detriment of the story. Right now, all we know is that something... Continue Reading →

Superman #1 Review

The Superman of the New 52 has passed, and the original Superman takes his place in the first issue ongoing issue of the Rebirth relaunch. During a┬ávisit to his alternate-timeline-self's grave, Clark Kent bids farewell and takes up the mantle of the world's greatest superhero. The family has moved from Salinas, California, to a farm... Continue Reading →

Civil War II #2 Review

Tony Stark infiltrates New Attilan, setting off even more conflict in Civil War II #2. Having losing best friend James Rhodes (War Machine) last issue, Stark kidnaps Ulysses from his new home to learn more about the young man's supposed ability to see visions of the future. While he studies and interrogates the boy, the... Continue Reading →

Batman #1 Review

It's a little weird reviewing another Batman #1. Five years ago, the New 52 exploded onto shelves, and Batman #1 became a runaway bestseller partly because it was the first time the Batman title had a #1 since the first volume launched way back in 1940. Every issue of the second volume then went on... Continue Reading →

Flash: Rebirth #1 Review

After Barry Allen tried to prevent his mother's death, he created an alternate future on the verge of destroying itself. At Thomas Wayne's behest, Flash went back in time to stop himself, and a new version of the universe was created out of the old that merged the distinct and separate DC, Vertigo, and Wildstorm... Continue Reading →

Wonder Woman: Rebirth #1

The New 52's Wonder Woman #1 was met with plenty of controversy when her origin story was revealed to be a lie -- instead of being molded out of clay, Diana Prince was revealed to be a daughter of Zeus. The lie was created to protect her from Hera's wrath, which gave her all the... Continue Reading →

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