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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Wytches #1 review

It’s a new beginning for Lucy and Charlie Rooks and daughter Sailor. A horrific event has made Sailor an outcast, so the family have moved far away, to a house in the woods. Sailor’s first day at school is marked by a potential friend asking the question she feared: And things just get worse from […]

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The Wake #10 review

Last issue ended with the two story strands of this series drawn together, as 23rd-century woman Leeward met the 21st century’s Lee Archer. Was the latter a ghost? A hologram? Somehow still alive after 200 years? This issue we get answers, lots of them, as writer Scott Snyder and artist Sean Murphy bring their aquatic […]

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The Wake #9 review

  It’s three months since last issue and Leeward has risen to be first mate of Captain Mary’s crew of mutant mariners. She’s convinced Mary to devote his weird ship’s resources to investigating the radio signal from the 21st century which may be the key to grabbing the world back from the savage Mer creatures. […]

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The Wake #7 review

Last month the focus of Scott Snyder and Sean Murphy’s sci-fi thriller shifted from Dr Lee Archer in the present day to Leeward in the far future. Leeward is dealing with the world Lee saw being born, an Earth near-engulfed by water and terrorised by the Mers. The regular creatures, who can kill with teeth […]

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The Wake #5 review

Trapped on an undersea research station, under attack by savage mer-creatures and with several colleagues gutted, marine biologist Dr Lee Archer probably thought things couldn’t get any worse. But the monsters turned out to have a daddy monster, a super-sized version with only one apparent thought – kill. As this fifth chapter of Scott Snyder […]

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The Wake #3 review

Something wicked this way swims … A team of experts have been gathered by a government agent deep below the ocean off Alaska to study a strange creature who emits a haunting call. There’s a hunter, a folklore expert and a pair of marine biologists. The opening issues of this Vertigo series saw the team […]

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