Posted by Tiki God at 16 November 2018

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  •  Comic Review for week of November 14, 2018

    I’ve heard this is one of the best selling Valiant comics in years, but it was still underwhelming for me.  Hopefully the story makes a little more sense after a few more issues.

     

  •  Comic Review for week of November 14, 2018

    Wasn’t on my pull list, but my comic shop pulled it for me anyways, thank god.  This was a fun but brief journey back to the Doctor Horrible Universe.

     

  •  Comic Review for week of November 14, 2018

    What a terrible conclusion to a terrible storyline.

     

  •  Comic Review for week of November 14, 2018

    A stunning tale of fantastic four members all coming together to do fantastic things against an unbeatable enemy.  I’m happy that Mr Fantastic has a name for particular types of beings in the Marvel Multiverse, but I’m concerned that with the end of this issue comes the end of their multiverse / outer space adventures.  I’m not really looking forward to them rejoining Earth and am much happier reading about them doing fantastic things elsewhere.

     

  •  Comic Review for week of November 14, 2018

    That cover is gorgeous isn’t it?  The story inside is pretty damn fantastic and they perfectly get the dialogue, which has been a struggle for past Firefly books.  I look forward to the next issue!

     

  •  Comic Review for week of November 14, 2018

    Bleh.

     

  •  Comic Review for week of November 14, 2018

    I like the new art direction, I like the skulls, I like the jewels, I hate the racist overtones of the bad guys.

     

  •  Comic Review for week of November 14, 2018

    Space Horror done right.

     

  •  Comic Review for week of November 14, 2018

    Boring and unneeded.  Skip it and just go see the movie.

     

  •  Comic Review for week of November 14, 2018

    Dark and muddled art but I like where the story is going.  I’m not too familiar with the friendship between Ninja-K and The Eternal Warrior, but I get the impression they’re pretty darn close.

     

  •  Comic Review for week of November 14, 2018

    I honestly felt like this was an episode of the Star Trek Animated series.  Fantastic retro art direction for both the Trek crew and the Robots in disguise.

     

  •  Comic Review for week of November 14, 2018

    This issue left me feeling like there’s no possible way for them to top what they’ve done.  Yet I’ve felt that way for the last few Vader issues, so since I was wrong before, I’ll be happy to be wrong in the future.

     

  •  Comic Review for week of November 14, 2018

    A murderous protocal droid?  What will they think of next?!

Posted by Tiki God at 15 November 2018

Category: Blog Posts

If you’re new, Subscribe! → bit.ly/Subscribe-to-Looper Everyone will remember Stan Lee as the lovable grandpa of the Marvel universe. All those wonder…

Posted by Tiki God at 14 November 2018

Category: Blog Posts

Stan Lee, one of the most influential writers and publishers in the comic book industry, sat down with The New York Times in 2015 to talk about his life and …

Posted by Tiki God at 13 November 2018

Category: Blog Posts

In a tribute comic, Brian Michael Bendis reflects on the first time he met Stan Lee and how Mr. Lee inspired him in his two-decade career at Marvel Comics.

Posted by Tiki God at 12 November 2018

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Stan Lee, the man who co-created Marvel Comics, has died … TMZ has learned.

Posted by Tiki God at 9 November 2018

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20 years ago, Marvel Knights totally revitalized characters like Black Panther and Daredevil. The landmark imprint is back, and Donny Cates is in charge. He …

Posted by Tiki God at 9 November 2018

Category: Blog Posts

  •  Comic Review for week of November 7, 2018

    Holding for run completion

     

  •  Comic Review for week of November 7, 2018

    Another entertaining look inside what makes DC comics happen and what’s coming up soon.

     

  •  Comic Review for week of November 7, 2018

    Bad art and a boring story, I regret picking this up.  The cover is cool though, but I get the impression from the interior story that this person is not Hal Jordon?

     

  •  Comic Review for week of November 7, 2018

    Still kicking ass and taking names and looking for the boss guy to kill.

     

  •  Comic Review for week of November 7, 2018

    Hey I remember this story from when it was Fantastic Four 1234.  Great art and direction though.

     

  •  Comic Review for week of November 7, 2018

    Heroes on the run!  Continuing one of the best ongoing stories from Marvel.

     

  •  Comic Review for week of November 7, 2018

    An interesting look into how Solo got his name and what “solo” essentially means in the Star Wars universe, which is a small and minor change that changes literally everything you knew about the character.

     

  •  Comic Review for week of November 7, 2018

    Fantastic comic that I strongly suggest to anyone that has the mind to read something fun and amazing.  It’s not actually the first “Trump’s Titans” book, something I didn’t know until this issue got to me, but it says that all the issues are number one because Super Trump only puts his name on things that are #1.  It’s seriously one of the best mocucomics I’ve read yet.

Back Issues Fun:
Science Dog Written by Kirkman (Walking Dead, Invincible) at the peak of when he was doing comics and not being a media empire runner and boy howdy it shows.  If you liked Invincible at it’s greatest, you’ll like Science Dog.  It’s a short story though, so even though it has great art and a fantastic story, there’s only enough to get you interested and not enough to really satiate your hunger for more quality Kirkman product.

Posted by Tiki God at 6 November 2018

Category: Blog Posts

It’s not every day that the Phoenix Force decides to inhabit your body! This week on Marvel TL;DR, Jean Grey is fighting for her life, fighting for love, and…

Posted by Tiki God at 5 November 2018

Category: Blog Posts

Sony’s first solo foray into the “Spider-Man” universe after striking a deal with Marvel is a hit with audiences despite a critical pounding.

“Venom” was an ok film that had nearly nothing to do with the original comic book character and I have major doubts about Sony’s Marvel Movies, but maybe they’ll be able to pull something off despite not having a solid start?

Posted by Tiki God at 2 November 2018

Category: Weekly Comic Review

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