FCBD Civil War II review

An Inhuman predicts that the mad god Thanos is coming to Earth in search of a Cosmic Cube. The Avengers are waiting for him when he shows up at Project Pegasus. They take him down, but one Avenger is seriously hurt. And one dies.  Have you read any Marvel event since Avengers Disassembled in 2004? […]

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Wolverine #1 review

I’ve never been a massive Wolverine fan. A hero whose first surge in popularity centred on his willingness to kill wasn’t, to me, much of a hero. Even then, though, the killings were the exception, committed in ‘berserker rages’. They’ve long since become an accepted part of his character, like his fondness for taking young […]

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Fantastic Four #1 review

After a trip to dinosaur days with Sue, Ben and Johnny, Reed retreats to his lab to his lab to check out an arm injury he’s picked up. It turns out that his powers are fading – he’s breaking apart physically … and if it’s happening to him, surely the rest of the Fantastic Four […]

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Fantastic Four Annual #33 review

Babysitting the Baxter Building while the Invisible Woman and Mr Fantastic holiday with the kids, the Thing and Human Torch become embroiled in a time travelling, dimension spanning tale guest starring Dr Strange. Also sharing the spotlight is Vincent, the most mysterious member of the Clan Destine, a genie/human hybrid family who prefer to enjoy […]

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