Cena hates Del Rio, Del Rio killed Rey (who is having surgery on his bad knee later this week and will be out of action for a bit), Nash hates Punk, HHH claims he has no idea what's going on, the mid-card is filled with interesting stuff, and tonight we get to start setting the stage for the next PPV and hopefully find out who will be challenging Del Rio for the title.
My heart breaks this week. The Marvel books well over ranked the DC.
Schism hits the mutant world's newest teen heroes! In an event with remarkably few tie-ins, can Kieron Gillen keep up with the standard set by Jason Aaron? Of course he can.
The best thing you can do when someone questions you is to answer, especially in deeds.
It's another instalment of TWiP! This week is a real smorgasbord of four-colour goodness, including Venom, Fear Itself, a whole host of DC 'final issues' and even a Werewolf puking up a baby.
Reading Realms reviews Hexed by Kevin Hearne, book 2 of the Iron Druid Chronicles
It's Scott Snyder again! 2 in a row for the Scottster. This week it's the final issue of Detective Comics EVER! (Until next month)
The first show after a shocking SummerSlam PPV where we saw a lot of big changes to the WWE, including the debut of a familiar face and some titles changing hands. Let's see what they have in store to follow that up.
Here we are again folks! Another week another whiff of comic paper and greasy pizza.I have no idea what that means but it's my opening this week.
The final Stand mini-series kicks off. Most of us already know the story, but Marvel's adaptation still has much to recommend it.
We go slow...then fast...then slow again...
This week there's more Fear Itself, Criminal and Punisher getting dark, Morning Glories raises more questions and a lot of goodbyes to DC books.
This week the Review Group gets its' teeth into Severed #1 from Image Comics and Scott Snyder.
The finale to Deathstoke's mini in the Flashpoint universe.
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