Category Archives: Graphic Novel Reviews

Thor: Avengers Disassembled

Thor: Avengers Disassembled TPB Review

Marvel Writers: Michael Avon Oeming, Daniel Berman Art: Andrea DiVito As much as it breaks my mortal heart to say it, Thor just isn’t cool any more. Was he ever hip, or trendy, or with the times in the way that Spider-man or Wolverine maintain popularity? The fair haired God of Thunder has always been […]

She-Hulk: Single Green Female

She-Hulk: Single Green Female TPB Review

2004, Marvel Story: Dan Slott Pencils: Juan Bobillo, Paul Pelletier Inks: Marcela Sasa, Roland Paris, Tom Simmons, Don Hillsman Colours: Chris Chuckry, Avalon Studios It’s not unusual for comic writers to fuse other genres with the superhero formula. Luke Cage was born from blaxploitation, Shang Chi started kicking ass when martial arts infatuated the Western […]

Hulk: The End Graphic Novel

Hulk: The End Graphic Novel Review

2001, Marvel Writer: Peter David Pencils: Dale Keown Inks: Joe Weems with Livesay Colours: Dan Kemp “I am the weak piston in that engine,” Bruce Banner tells himself, as he endures the torment of Prometheus in this green-skinned take on The Last Man on Earth. Humanity has long passed, and Hulk has finally found the […]