Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe #2 Comic Review

  This issue has it all!  Deadpool goes on a major killing spree in this issue.  Spider-man, Avengers, Hulk, Ghost Rider, no one is safe!  I am going to keep this review short and sweet because I want you to get this issue and read it for yourself.  I do not want to give too…

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The First X-Men #1 Comic Review

            We all know that Wolverine and Sabertooth have history.  We also know that they worked together on more than one occasion, but did you know that there was a time when Creed worked for Logan?  The First X-men is about Logan and Creed saving mutants from extinction.  Of course Sabertooth wasn’t on board…

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Hawkeye #1 Comic Review

  One of my favorite Avengers has always been Hawkeye.  Just something about the skill to hit any target with a bow and arrow always struck me as cool.  Plus I loved his costume back in the ‘80s.  Anyway, Marvel has given the archer his own series and issue #1 was a great read. This…

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Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe #1 Comic Review

Writer: Cullen Bunn                                    Color: Lee Loughridge Artist: Dalibor Talajic                                  Publisher: Marvel Marvel has done it again.  They have taken a world loved character and made them take on the Marvel Universe. There were stories starring the Punisher, and also a story dealing with Wolverine.  Now we have a great story starring Deadpool as he…

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Aquaman #11 Comic Review

Writer: Geoff Johns                                   Inkers: Joe Prado & Andy Lanning Pencils: Ivan Reis                                       Publisher:  DC Comics Aquaman issue #11 continues to tell the story of how Aquaman and Black Manta became bitter enemies.  It starts off six years ago, when Arthur and his team get their enchanted weapons from Atlantis. It then takes you to where…

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Star Wars: Darth Maul: Death Sentence #1 Comic Review

Script: Tom Taylor                  Lettering: Michael Heisler Art: Bruno Redondo               Cover Art: Dave Dorman Publisher: Dark Horse Comics If you are like me, you are a Darth Maul fan.  When he met his “end” at the end of Episode 1, I was pissed.  But then, I started thinking he never really died.  And of course any…

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Green Lantern #11 Comic Review

Writer: Geoff Johns                          Pencils: Doug Mahnke Publisher: DC Comics If you have not been following the New 52 title Green Lantern, you have been missing out on a lot of exciting things.  First, Sinestro is a Green Lantern again but Hal is not.  Sinestro needs help to free his planet from the very corps…

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X-Treme X-Men #1 Comic Review

Writers: Greg Pak & Stephen Segovia               Publisher: Marvel Comics Inks: Dennis Crisostomo                                     Colors: Jessica Kholinne I have to admit, I am an old school X-men fan.  I was a fan of the second team, the team that added Wolverine and Nightcrawler on the roster.  So when I saw the promo for X-treme X-men #1…

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Star Wars: Darth Vader and the Lost Command Comic Review

Script: Haden Blackman                                      Inks: Daniel Green Pencils: Rick Leonardi                                         Colors: Wes Dzioba Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Back in 2011, Dark Horse released a 5 issue mini-series from the Star Wars universe.  The book was titled, Darth Vader and the Lost Command.  It takes place not long after the Revenge of the Sith and showcases just…

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Danger Girl/G.I. Joe #1 Comic Review

Writer: Andy Hartnell             Inks: Phillip Moy Pencils: John Royle                 Publisher: IDW Danger Girl created by J. Scott Campbell & Andy Hartnell J. Scott Campbell has got to be one of the best recognized artists today in terms of his art.  I never read Danger Girl, but I always loved the artwork from the issues.  Campbell…

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Batgirl # 11 Comic Review

Writer: Gail Simone                          Pencils: Ardian Syaf Inks: Vicente Cifuentes                     Publisher: DC Comics   In issue #10, we saw Batgirl surrounded by a group of supers known as the Disgraced.  Their leader was named Knightfall and she wants Batgirl to join the group.  When Batgirl says no, she orders her death.  And that is where we…

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