Today is a sad day for our favorite green lawyer, issue 12 is the last of Charles Soule, Javier Pulido, and Kevin Wada’s beloved run of She-Hulk. Read on to see how this issue closes the series and why this book is my favorite this week! Continue reading Nothing Is One Thing In She-Hulk #12
This week we get the first title to follow the flagship Star Wars book, Darth Vader, by The Wicked and The Divine writer Kieron Gillen and The Invincible Iron Man artist Salvador Larroca. Perhaps the most anticipated book of the week, read on to see why! Continue reading None More Goth in Darth Vader #1
This week we continue the celebration of the 1 year milestone of Kamala Khan as Ms. Marvel talking about issue 11. G. Willow Wilson and Adrian Alphona deliver another stunning issue, continuing to establish a new hero for a new genre of reader. Come find out how! Continue reading Gyros for Everyone in Ms. Marvel #11!
There’s a neat joke about elephants and libraries. If nothing else that’s why you should read this book today. Oh, and did I mention this is also another awesome product of Milkfed Criminal Masterminds’ Matt Fraction? If that doesn’t get you to snatch up this book, read on! Continue reading The Elephant of Surprise Known As Casanova: Acedia
Laura’s quest to make sense of what’s happened leads her into one of the most graphically riveting sequences artist Jaime McKelvie has given us in Kieron Gillen’s The Wicked and The Divine. Find out why I think this book is as emotionally stirring at Sex Criminals and as visually appealing as Saga! Continue reading Pun-Geons and a Sea of Jack in W+D #7
Now that Marvel/Disney has taken the reigns, we now have Star Wars written by Jason Aaron and illustrated by John Cassaday to help us stave off waiting for the new movie to appear this summer. This is also to solidify a foothold for a new line of Star Wars titles to follow in the wake of the flagship issue. So how does this title measure up to the old guard Dark Horse titles? Glad you asked, come find out! Continue reading New Story, Same Old Tales with Star Wars #1
Barbara Gordon’s new lease on life as a new and improved Batgirl is coming to an interesting conclusion in, “Likeable.” What will she learn about her life beyond the selfie and can she become the hero and woman she wants to be? Read on! Continue reading Batgirl versus The Social Media in Batgirl #38