Review: Man-Thing #1 (2017)

STORY BY: Daniel Warren Johnson and R.L. Stine ART BY: German Peralta COLORS BY: Mat Lopes and Rachelle Rosenberg COVER BY: Tyler Crook The much anticipated run by Goosebumps author R.L. Stine has arrived and it is undeniably okay. I will say right off I was not overly impressed by the debut issue. That being said I understand that

By |2022-12-12T14:02:27-07:00May 15th, 2017|Comics Reviews, New #1s|0 Comments

Hey, What You Reading? Captain America: Sam Wilson #1

Captain America is a great character when done right. In the hands of a writer that understands the character, Cap is a symbol of honor and courage and leadership. And, him being a walking flag and all, he can be used as a way to start discussions on the political climate of the day. Problem

By |2022-02-20T17:00:02-07:00February 26th, 2016|Comics Reviews, Features, New #1s|0 Comments

Hey, What You Reading? Scarlet Witch #1

Scarlet Witch is the third of the ever-more-impressive titles coming from Marvel's All-New, All-Different launch I'll be following, and is a character that has been long overdue for a solo title. But she is a character that, like Vision, has always worked well in a supporting role but has been problematic when attempting to star

By |2022-02-20T17:00:09-07:00February 10th, 2016|Comics Reviews, Features, New #1s|0 Comments

Hey, What You Reading? Doctor Strange #1

Doctor Strange by Jason Aaron and Chris Bachalo is the second of the monthly titles I have been following in the All-New, All-Different, post-Secret-Wars era of Marvel. And to be honest I assumed I would pick up the first two or three issues and drop it. An ongoing solo title for the good Doctor didn't

By |2022-02-20T17:00:22-07:00February 1st, 2016|Comics Reviews, Features, New #1s|0 Comments

Hey, What You Reading? The Vision #1

Something I haven't done in a long time is read a comic on a monthly basis. There are several reasons for this. One reason is the expanded storytelling of modern comics. When I was growing up comic book stories used to be a one-and-done narrative. Occasionally you'd get the two or three-parter but for the

By |2022-02-20T17:00:36-07:00January 18th, 2016|Comics Reviews, Features, New #1s|0 Comments
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