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Dark Avengers #4

Dark Reign: Dark Avengers #4 Comic Review

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Art: Mike Deodato Colours: Rain Beredo When the Dark Avengers series was first announced, its title struck me as a little odd. Darth Vader and Sith Lord company aside, modern antagonists rarely view themselves as actual villains. Doctor Doom, Lex Luthor and Magneto all proclaim to have humanity’s best interests at […]

Daredevil #118

Daredevil #118 Comic Book Review

Writer: Ed Brubaker Artists: Michael Lark, John Lucas, Stefano Gaudiano Colourist: Matt Hollingsworth Wilson Fisk is back in town and already the body count is sky high; though so far the bodies being counted are predominantly his own men. He’s now hired the psychotic Owl, an oddball Daredevil villain who has undergone more reinventions than […]

Justice League of America #31

Justice League of America #31 Review

Writer: Dwayne McDuffie Pencils: Shane Davis Inks: Sandra Hope Colours: Pete Pantazis More than any other superhero group, the Justice League of America has always lacked a plausible reason for its continuing existence. The Justice Society is a family of crimefighters old and new, while the X-Men banded together as fellow outcasts. Even the members […]

Amazing Spider-Man #589

The Amazing Spider-man #589 Comic Review

Marvel Writer: Fred Van Lente Pencils: Paulo Siqueira Inks: Amilton Santos Colours: Jeremy Cox With Brand New Day and Character Assassination out of the way, the now thrice-monthly Spider-man is back to battling goofball villains of the week, each more embarrassing than the next. The Spot, a ridiculous looking adversary who resembles a human Dalmatian […]

Daredevil #117

Daredevil #117 Comic Book Review

Writer: Ed Brubaker Artists: Michael Lark, Stefano Gaudiano Colours: Matt Hollingsworth One of the problems superhero comics have in maintaining long-term reader interest is that nothing really changes. Just as we know that Bruce Wayne will eventually reprise the role of Batman and Spider-man will one day reunite with Mary Jane, it’s hardly surprising that […]