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“Suicide Sprints” (Cloak & Dagger S1E2 TV Review)

    Cast: Olivia Holt: Dagger Aubrey Joseph: Cloak Alex Garcia Lopez: Director Last Week on Cloak & Dagger: We saw how our two heroes were blessed/cursed with their powers as children th...

8.2 Great
Cable and X-Force

Let us discuss First Appearances

First Appearances The most sought after and collected books besides issue number one, are “The First Appearance” books. The first appearance of a character is just that. The first time we are introduc...

TCWN: WHAT SHOULD I COLLECT?

After the “what are my comics worth” question is asked, the second question I hear asked by new collectors is, “what should I collect”? My answer is always, collect what you like! There se...

You’re Thor! and You’re Thor! Everyone’s Thor! Except Odinson… (Mighty Thor #23 Comic Review)

The Mighty Thor #23 Review The War of Thors   Writer: Jason Aaron Artist: Valerio Schiti Cover Artist: Russell Dauterman and Matthew Wilson What You Need to Know: War Thor, or Volstagg as everyone lov...

7.5 Good

Tinker Tailored: Soldier Guy! (Peter Parker The Spectacular Spider-man #4 Comic Review)

Peter Parker the Spectacular Spider-Man # 4 Written By: Chip Zdarsky Art By: Adam Kubert Colors By: Jordie Bellaire Peter Parker must once again balance his personal life against that of his Spider-Ma...

“Welcome to the X-Men…” (X-Men Blue #12 Comic Review)

X-MEN BLUE #12   Writer: Cullen Bunn Artists: Douglas Franchin Inker: Scott Hanna Color Artist: GURU eFX & Matt Yacky Cover Artists: Arthur Adams & Peter Steigerwald TOIL AND TROUBLE Part...

“Who am I?” (Mighty Captain Marvel #9 Comic Review)

Captain Marvel #9 Review Writer: Margaret Stohl Penciler: Ro Stein and Ted Brandt Colorist: Erick Arciniega Publisher: Marvel Comics What you need to know: Another epilogue issue after the events of S...

Diamondback Goes Full On Savage (The Defenders #5 Comic Review)

Defenders #5   Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: David Marquez Colors: Justin Pansor Luke Cage, Jessica Jones, Daredevil and Iron Fist have banded together to defend the streets of New York Ci...

Days of Anger: Part 4 (Old Man Logan #28 Comic Review)

Old Man Logan #28   Writer: Ed Brisson Artist: Mike Deodato Jr. Colorist: Frank Martin The Maestro and his Hulk Gang grow closer to their goal of world domination and destruction. But an unexpect...

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