With the FPS genre oversaturated with dozens of games and arguably in a Call of Duty stranglehold, Crysis 2 is arguably one of the most visually impressive competitors to the throne. How does it rate in the eyes of this reviewer?
Dan Slott's emotional bridge issue reads like a television clip show which references un-aired episodes. While some readers may pass on the swing down memory lane, others will appreciate the interactions which make the FF/Spidey relationship so unique.
Superman finally makes his debut! You know what that means? CARTOON SUPER DICKERY! Oh and an epic fight with Batman.
New Novels to watch out for this month, either just released or coming in the next few weeks. Please share any books you might be watching out for next month or just picked up in the comments.
Martin John reviews Orc Stain #6!
GLX takes an early look at Poseurs GN.
Recap for Review Group Week 260! The Review Group turns 5 and reviews some of it's favorite comics of all time.
A Review of Cleopatra: A Life by Stacy Schiff
Recap for Review Group Week 266! Morning Glories #8 by Nick Spencer and Joe Eisma as selected by Punchy.
Richard Starkings and Axel Medellin give new readers a glimpse into the tragic and complicated world of the Elephantmen while also giving current fans a new thought provoking story.
On the doorstep of a new era, Invinicble must now face the immedite after effects of the Viltrumite War. Can he and those around him pick up the pieces of the life they left behind so long ago?
Recap for Review Group Week 265! Ultimate Spider-Man #155 by Brian Michael Bendis and Chris Samnee as selected by Eli Katz.
Recap for Review Group Week 264! Secret Warriors #25 by Jonathan Hickman and Alessandro Vitti as selected by GLX.
Recap for Review Group Week 263! Avengers #10 by Brian Michael Bendis and John Romita, Jr. as selected by Jude Terror.
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