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Posted by Tiki God at 13 June 2021

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The Red Skull has exploited the gifts of the world’s greatest telepath to broadcast pure hatred across the globe. Now, born of the murder of Charles Xavier, World War Hate has begun.Tony Stark discovers a secret truth that will upend not only his life, but also the lives of everyone he cares for.Can The Avengers and X-Men finally unite? Would their combined strength be enough to hold back the darkness of the Red Onslaught?

Amazing story that interrupted another series I was reading (Avengers World) that bring back Onslaught, which hilariously enough I don’t think actually moved a single leg during the giant battle in the first few issues.

It’s good though, very good.

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Posted by Tiki God at 12 June 2021

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HARDER. BETTER. FASTER. STRANGER. The triumph of Hank Pym turns to tragedy for the human race…an unfathomable Pandora’s Box of destruction! When a brave new world is unleashed, only one team of Earth’s Mightiest Heroes can save us from the future – AVENGERS A.I.! THE VISION! HANK PYM! VICTOR MANCHA! DOOMBOT! The mysterious ALEXIS! MONICA CHANG, AGENT OF S.H.I.E.L.D.! The AGE OF ULTRON is over! The AGE OF A.I. is NOW!

A series that just barely evaded the dreaded universe wide crossover with only a single issue dedicated to an event that started in another series (the attack on the Inhumans by Thanos), the story feels like one that was conceived of, approved, then published as written, so there’s a nice beginning, middle, and end. The story gets goofy with time travel to 10,000 years in the future, but is enjoyable if you don’t ask too many questions or look too closely at what they actually end up doing.

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Posted by Tiki God at 12 June 2021

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Earth’s Mightiest Heroes have returned from the stars– but on the world they left behind, new threats have emerged, and The Avengers will be tested like never before. In one cataclysmic day, the face of the Marvel Universe will change forever– and the fight for Earth’s future will begin. A globe-spanning epic of empires and armies, and the brave few who stand between them and us.

Yet another great Marvel book that gets interrupted by a World Event, then completely goes off rails and never really gets back to what it started as.

I can highly suggest the first four or five issues, but after that the story just wanders from big event to big event and doesn’t even have an ending, just a continuation (maybe?) into yet ANOTHER World Event.

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Posted by Tiki God at 2 April 2019

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Some Marvel fans had to wait more than an hour to secure their ‘Avengers: Endgame’ tickets.

Posted by Tiki God at 11 May 2019

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Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely weigh in on everything from Doctor Strange’s vision, Captain America using the Infinity Gauntlet and the final shot that’s caused a fan debate.

Posted by kaligatlin48409 at 1 March 2021

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The world is simple. There’s good. There’s evil. And there’s still…BATMAN BLACK & WHITE!
This Eisner Award-winning anthology series returns with all-new tales of mystery, mayhem, and madness from some of the finest and most innovative storytellers to explore the Batman mythos in stark black and white!

James Tynion IV and Tradd Moore explore the world of Ra’s al Ghul and the League of Assassins.

Featuring the return of J.H. Williams III to DC for a trip through the Dark Knight’s history.

Paul Dini and Andy Kubert pit Batman against an infestation of ninja Man-Bats in the Batcave.

G. Willow Wilson and Greg Smallwood portray Batman in his strangest standoff ever with Killer Croc.

Tom King and Mitch Gerads tell a tale of Batman administering a form of last rites to a dying priest. Or is it the other way around?

Gabriel Hardman and Corinna Bechko find the Dark Knight facing certain death, with The Joker as his last lifeline.

With several more stories and a lineup this strong, witness a brand-new collection of this iconic anthology!

Collects Batman Black & White #1-6.

A collection of short stories that range from good to fantastic, there were really no bad ones. I’ve had this in single issue form for a couple years and i’m just now getting around to reading it, so I’m happy it turned out to be as good as it is.

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Posted by Tiki God at 27 September 2018

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The cast for DC’s Birds of Prey movie is gradually coming together, and now we know who will be […]

Posted by Tiki God at 29 August 2020

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LOS ANGELES (AP) — ‘Black Panther’ actor Chadwick Boseman dies at 43 after 4-year fight with colon cancer, representative tells AP.

Posted by Tiki God at 8 October 2018

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Jordie Bellaire and Dan Mora will restart the character from scratch when the property moves to Boom! Studios this January. Joss Whedon will consult.

Posted by Tiki God at 13 June 2021

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Face front, true believers! The Captain has made her return and oh, how mighty it is. It’s a bold new frontier for Carol Danvers as she soars to new heights in her greatest mission yet–leader of the all-new Alpha Flight space program. Yup, Alpha Flight. As earth’s first line of defense, Carol and her team aim to protect the planet from extraterrestrial threats. But can Carol be a soldier and a diplomat? Especially when an unknown enemy emerges that Carol can’t quite punch. The superstar team behind Marvel’s Agent Carter television series, Tara Butters and Michele Fazekas, make their comics debut alongside the awesomely-talented Kris Anka.

One of the many many many Captain Marvel reboots, relaunches or reimaginings, this mini series takes place on a space station that is shaped like Captain Marvel’s logo, which was based off the Kree Empire’s military uniforms. In the first storyline of the series, a group of aliens come looking for Kree forces to fight, see the logo, and start lobbing missiles at the station. There’s some hilarious hijinx that ensue, the book gets off on the right foot, but is then immediately sucked into the universe wide cross over of “Civil War 2” which centers around an Inhuman that can see what’s going to happen in the future. Marvel feels this is great and they can get ahead of all the crazy stuff that’s constantly happening around the world, but Iron Man feels this is going to just trample people’s rights to not be prosecuted for crimes that they haven’t committed yet. There’s a ton of activity happening off page in the CW2 mini series (which I haven’t read) but for the most part the CM series itself stays out of the universe wide story and gets to tell it’s own involving a b-list villain doing b-level villainy.

The covers are amazing, the interior art is captivating, and the story is entertaining enough. I got the entire thing from a local comic shop’s $0.25 bin though if that tells you how the rest of the world feels about it.

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