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Big red and the Tin-man. 0

   Following the astounding conclusion of World War Hulks the still new character of the Marvel universe finally seems to branch off from the inner ties of Bruce Banner into his own solo work in issue #25 of Hulk. After the shocking reveal of his identity as Thunderbolt Ross in issue 23 and the climactic battle between him and the green Hulk, what does the Red Hulk do now, let's find out.     The issue starts off wit some serious action going down in California where some odd creature with cybor...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

More than a pretty face! 0

   The fabulous first issue of Ms. Marvel! After the space time continuim changing events of the House of M story arc, Ms. Marvel realized that she could be much more than just another Avenger, and that she needed to branch out to make a name for herself. So, she dawned her old threads and did away with the Warbird mantle to once again become... Ms. Marvel!     The issue starts off with Carol recollecting her Air Force days piloting a jet, when fast forward to the present the D-list villian Stil...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The begining of a new Ms. Marvel! 0

   Ms. Marvel Giant Sized issue one-shot. A story written from the pages of the house of M story arc and the one that launched Ms. Marvel into her second solo series. After her original stint as Ms. Marvel during the 70's, her rise and fall as Binary, her leading of the Avengers, and her change to Warbird, all those events come full circle in this issue, a precursor to the Ms. Marvel series.     Waking up the day after Decimation, the notorious day when the Scarlet Witch uttered one simple phras...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Origins revealed! 0

   Issue # 23 of Hulk. Deep in the middle of the World War Hulks saga, the identity of the red Hulk has finally emerges. General Thunderbolt Ross. This issue features a very in depth look into the past of Ross and his life long battle against his greatest foe, the Incredible Hulk. Also, the thrilling origin of how he obtained the powers that made him the Red Hulk!     Starting off where issue 22 left off, Ross is beaten and drained, reduced back to his human state. When all of a sudden a cosmic ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Kingdom come Pt. 3 0

   #3 of Annihilation. Following the previous issues, this story gets better and better with each issue. Plummeting us deeper and deeper into the war, revealing more and more the convoluted plans of the Mad Titan Thanos. At this point, it really felt like the whole universe was going to explode with awesomeness!      The issue starts off with a very pleasant image. Drax repeatedly stabbing the Delinquent over and over again. Nova, Starlord, and Phyla fend off the hordes of Negative Zone soldiers...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Kingdome come Pt. 2 0

   Issue #2 of the ground shattering series, Annihilation. Probably the most prolific events in the Marvel universes cosmic universe, this series promises to go down as one of the best.      Rearing from the previous battle in issue one, Drax and his friend Cammi are seen sitting around a cooking leg of one of Annihilus' ground troops. When out of no where Phyla-Vell, daughter of the late great Captain Marvel, appears with some startling news. Thanos has captured Heather, Drax's daughter! Phyla ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Kingdom Come! 0

   Annihilation, one of Marvels most legendary events in it's cosmic history, folding out in the pages of it's own limited series. Following numerous other Annihilation titles like Ronan, Nova, Silver Surfer, and others, Loard Annihilus' wave finally comes full circle as the nited Front puts up it's best defense and hopes for the best.     With Annihilus' troops attacking Daedalus 5, the United Fronts base of operations, the war has come to their own back yard. Kree soliers being led by Ronan tr...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Farewell to Marvels past. 0

   The final issue of vol.3 of Captain Marvel, Genis first volume as the legendary Cosmic hero. The stroy continues into vol.4 though in that series Genis becomes a little more unhinged, thus leading into his time with the Thunderbolts, his time as Photon, and ultimately his death.      Starting off with Genis in the Microverse, trying to recue Marlow from thesee bizzare alien creatures, Rick and Moondragon both psychically communicate with Genis. Rick had to trade with Genis who was visiting fo...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Bub... your going to hell! 0

   #1 of the new Wolverine series finally out, and all across America fans were clamouring to get their hands on the first part of Wolverine goes to hell! Alot of people like me were left thinking," is he really going to hell, or is that just a tagline to express how his life in this new Heroic Age was going to pan out"? Well, he actually went to hell. After constantly fighting death, the grip of the afterlife finally snagged a hold of everyone's favorite mutant, and plunged him straight into ob...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Vampires, mutants, oh my! Pt. 3 0

   The third issue of Curse of Mutants, and what do ya know, Dracula's ressurectio is at hand! After tensions running high, Cyclops decides it's time to play their trump card, and ressurect the king of homeness nocturni, or vampires in lamens terms. To discover how they recovered Dracula's body, you'll have to read Gambit and Storm one-shot, and Namor #1.      As the X-men await Namor to arrive with the goods so to speak, Wolverine is hot on the trail of Jubilee, not knowing that she's been turn...

3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Vampires, mutants, oh my! Pt. 2 0

   The thrilling second installment of Marvel's X-men: Curse of the Mutants. With Jubilee infected by the newly discovered vampire virus, Colossus and Wolverine on the hunt for fresh vampires in hopes of finding a cure, and tensions between vampires and mutants rising, this arc is turning out to be quite the powerhouse of suspense.     Opening with a fight scene between Wolverine, Colossus, and a flying vampire, in the daytime! The twosome desperately try to capture the flying monster in hopes o...

3 out of 5 found this review helpful.

Mutants, Vampires, oh my! 0

   Issue number one of the anticipated Curse of the Mutants story arc! With all things going good for our favorite team of X-gened mutant friends, it seemed as they could finally let their hair down and enjoy the Heroic Age, but think again.     The story starts off with Jubilee and Pixie enjoying the fresh San Francisco air and sun, when a large vampire shows up and takes off his clothes, exsploding in the process and doucing Jubilee in blood. Back on Utopia Dr. Nemesis runs a few test on Jubil...

3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Into the Heroic Age! 0

   First issue of the Avengers of the new Marvel arc, the Heroic Age. Marvel's new arc is about putting the heroes back on top, where as the past decade we have seen them fall... hard. Now, with the dawn of the heroic age, it's time for them to pick up the bricks of the old hero community, and launch forward into the new age of Heroes!     Rearing from the events of siege in where Norman Osborn attempted to end Asgard if not for the intervention of earths mightiest heroes! The issue starts off w...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

The truth revealed! 0

   Issue #22 in the Hulk series and one of the most earth shattering issues in Hulk history. We've seen the rise of a new Red Hulk, the fall of Abomination, the rise of Rick Jones as the new Abomb, Red She-hulk, the rise of the Offenders, and now are knee deep in World War Hulks with Hulked out Avengers, X-men, and Fantastic Four, and now the identity of the Red Hulk!     After being exposed to Gamma and cosmic energies, the heroes of the Marvel universe find themselves Hulked-out and out for bl...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Big green iron machine Pt. 4 0

   The finale of the Big Things story line presented by Marvel Knights. Finally, the truth will be revealed in this issue, will the suit be a success, will the gunmen have his revenge, what really happened to Dr. Lisa Cummings? All revealed right here in this ongoing adventure of Marvel's green golden boy, the Hulk!     While in the desert Tony dons the new experimental suit, ready to take the full impact of a Gamma bomb, not telling the others that he secretly amped up the Gamma output to make ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Big green iron machine Pt. 3 0

   The third part of the Marvel Knights publication, the Incredible Hulk: Big Things part 3. Following up the two previous issues, this arc starts to become a game of clue. With Tony working on a top secret government program to create a new suit to combat radioactive areas of war, Bruce's always on the run attitude, and the mysterious suicide of fellow scientist and freind, Dr. Lisa Cummings, this is one arc that's shrouded in mystery.     Starting off with a dummy in the new radiation armor cr...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Big green iron machine Pt. 2 0

   The second installment of the Big Things story arc published under Marvel Knights. This issue packed startling revalations, and pretty good action scenes.    Begining where the first one left off, the gunmen who shot Bruce breaks in and smashes a lamp over Banners head, sending him into a rage and thus creating the Hulk. Tony, monitering the situation, decides this could end badly, and intervenes. Hulk refuses to here Tony out, a slaps him out of the way. One of the models Nichole walks in an...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Big green iron machine! 0

   Part one of the Incredible Hulk: Big Things part one. Published under marvel knights it was one of two story arcs to be published under the M.K. banner. Still, it's a allright read.       The story starts off with sort of a flash back of Tony Stark partying it up with a female friend. When it's later revealed that the younge lady is dead of an apparent suicide. When holding a press conference, Tony reveales that she was Dr. Lisa Cummings, and only an aqaintice, while Bruce Banner, the Hulk ha...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Not so secret invasion. 0

   The conlusion to one of my favorite arcs, Planet of the Symbiotes, came out around the mid 90's and is one of my favorites. Probably one of the largest Spider-man crossovers ever next to The Other arc, this story couldn't be contained in just one spider-man title, and each issue was a Super Special!     Following the previous installments, Eddie Brock tried to rid him self of the Symbiote, but when the symbiote reject giving up, it let out a psychic shreak that lured its entire race to earth!...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Symbiote battle royal Pt. 4 0

   The final, jaw dropping issue in the short lived, but forever remembered series, Venom-Carnage! This series was incredible. Putting two Spider-man arch enemies against one another in pitched combat, throwing in some guest appearances by the wall crawler himself along with Blackcat, and introducing an whole new symbiote clad character, Toxin!     Following the bank heist left in issue three, Toxin contemplates actually killing the robbers. He gains control over the urge to deal out Punisher ju...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Symbiote battle royal Pt. 3 0

   The third installment of the perfect series, Venom-Carnage! If you been following, then you know that throught the titanic battling between the classic Spidey villains, then you are also aware of the new member to the symbiote family, Toxin!      After Carnages interuption between Patrick and Blackcat, Patrick finally becomes Toxin, and dishes out some pain Carnages way, sending him flying. Toxin then reverts back to his human form, fearing that the monster is still within him. He then return...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Symbiote battle royal Pt. 2 0

   The secod of part of the short, but sweet, Venom-Carnage series, and man is it amazing. Featuring Spider-man, Blackcat, and get this, Toxin, the new edition to the symbiote family.      The issue starts off with Carnage ready to kill the officer carrying his child. When across the street, Blackcat, who has stolen an art exhibit for an artist, witnesses the monster about to dig into Patrick. She rushes over to save him, only to realize that against Carnage, she might be a little out matched. L...

0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Symbiote battle royal! 0

   Mid 2000's, Marvel launched one of my favorite titles, Venom-Carnage, and I was all over it. Venom,( the original Eddie Brock), being my favorite Marvel character, and Carnage, being the psychotic mass murderer he is, this title had everything I wanted and more! Being only four parts long, it's sort of a downer for die hard Venom fans like my self, but makes it so much sweeter to own all four parts.     The story starts off with Venom and Carnage duking it out. Venom is trying to convince Car...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

In the heart of forever, the son and the father! 0

   Thank you Marvel studios. After following Genis-Vell through his first scirmishes as the new Cpt. Marvel, he finally meets the best, his father, Mar-vell. Being the Mar-Vell fan I am, I was thrilled to find this issue. Featuring both Cpt. Marvels literally blew my mind, also making it one of my favorites.      Following an event that left a whole in space and time, Genis decides to fly through it in hopes to get to the bottom of it. Once through, he looses his telekinetic bond to Rick Jones. ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Big green versus Marv the mean! 0

   Issue #2 in the Captain Marvel, Genis-Vell saga. Hailing from the early 2000's, Marvel decided it was time to revive Captain Marvel, and who better to do it than Genis-Vell, Mar-Vell's cloned son. Like his predecessor, Genis too was fused to Rick Jones, now A-bomb.     Taking place in the Canadian outback, Marlow and freinds are trying to make a T.V special when Rick, back in Marlows comic shop, here's that they're in search of a monster. He slams the Nega-bands together and he's off. Upon ar...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Captain Marvel at his best! 0

   The final issue in the short lived, but always great Captain Marvel series. I'm a big fan Mar-vell, and am excited that Marvel's bringing him back in their new title, Dead Avengers, dark though it sounds. I always loved the Kree, they've gave us great characters like Ronan the Accuser, and Geni-Vell and Phyla-Vell, Noh-Varr, and helped to create the Inhumans. But over all others, there is the late, great Captain Marvel. Being a the final issue in the series, and and older issue from '79, comi...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Sinister... indeed Pt. 4 0

   The final issue of the hilarious limited series. This one is full of funny dialogue, and scenes, and all around everything. It even features one of my favorite characters, Daken!     With Gargan feeling that he's on top of the world, he attends the Big Apple Festival thrown by Mayor Jameson, while Jonah plans to out his sceme in front of everyone. Meanwhile feeling that Venom has become a liability, Osborn sends out Bullseye and Daken to deal with him, in their old threads. One happens is pro...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Sinister... indeed Pt. 3 0

   Another side splitting issue. This one packing a nice fight scene between the Redeemers crew, and Venom, as he tries to foil there plan, and what is they're plan, to rehabilitate him!     Following the last issue, the streets are on fire with turf wars between two rival gangs, and to put out the fire, Mayor Jameson recruits an Avenger, non other than Spider-man. After Dexter Bennett rants on Venom for being nothing more than Jameson's lap dog, Venom leaves Bennett a present on his desk, a reg...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Sinister... indeed Pt. 2 0

   The following second issue in the hilarious limited series Sinister Spiderman. Packing more humor than the first one this issue brings side splitting humor and funny revalations.     After dumping the dead stripper in Jonahs bed, Gargan hopes to ruin the mayors rep, only to fail. Later, he meets with the Rolling Sevens, a street gang, and pays them to take out the Park Avenue Players, a rival street gang. Where did he get the money you ask, you'll have to read to find out. Anyway, he warns th...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Sinister... indeed. 0

   With the Dark Reign came changes to Marvel's most notorious villians, especially Venom. In this four part limited series, venom finds himself in the position of Spider-man, and is really milking it for all he can.       Starting off with D-list villian, General Wolfram robbing a bank, Venom rolls in just in the nick of time to stop him. After bruising up the bad guy, and making out with some hotties, he wisks the money and bad guy away, only to chomp off Wolframs arm. Using the stolen cash to...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

New ways to rule! 0

   Following the Brand New Day arc is the blockbuster, New Ways to Die! Picking up in Spidey's altered timeline, Peter's life is a mystery even to him. With his best freind Harry alive again, him and M.J. splitzville, and J. Jonah Jameson mayor, this is the start of a new topsy turby world.     Starting the issue off with the introduction of the newest addition to the Goblin family, Menace, Peter hurls some insults his way with that ol' fashioned humor of his. During this time, the Initiative is...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Black is always cooler Pt. 4 0

   That's right, the fourth issue of the titanic arc Back in Black! Following up all the events of the previous three issues, this story promises on one thing, a good ol' fashioned brawl between webs and Fisk!     Previousely after discovering the Kingpin, currently behind bars, is responsible for the gunning down of his aunt, Peter decides he shall deliver justice upon Fisk. Realizing that Spider-man is on his way to end him, Fisk pays off gaurds to release him. After trying a blood transfusion...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Black is always cooler Pt. 3 0

   The third enthrolling issue of the Back in Black story arc, and it's a doozy. Following Spidey's trail of justice and vengence, this book packs a punch of suspence that'll keep you hanging onto every page.      During the second issue, Peter located the guy who sold the firearm, and tracked down the suspected gunmen, only to realize he had the wronge guy. After locating the real gunmen, he realizes who hired him, Wilson Fisk. In this issue, aunt May's life is hanging on by a thread, while the...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Black is always cooler Pt. 2 0

   The second installment of the back in black arc is the continuation of the page bursting collage of Spider-man's vendetta against the lone gunmen who gunned down his defenseless aunt.      This issue follows the first installment. Peter's aunt May has been shot, in a fit of rage he hurls an automobile at the gunmen, missing him by a hair, but leaving a clue behind. He dawns his signature black suit, and swears revenge. In this issue he follows the trail left by the gunmen, leading him to a bl...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Black is always cooler! 0

   That's right, Spider-man dawns the iconic black suit in this issue which launched an ach that goes down in history, Back in Black! Following the Civil War in which Peter Parker became a registered super hero and unmasked on national television, this earth shattering story depicts our favorite arachnid based hero as somewhat of an anti-hero.       After the fight between Spidey and Iron Man, Peter realized he had joined the wronge side, but the realization came too late, with his identity reve...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Old school reveiw: Venom Style! 0

   Hailing from the early 90's is my first ever comic, and one of my favorites, Venom: Lethal Protector #1, Gold Edition.  While both the normal and gold edition are both awesome, the gold edition has bonus pinups and a gold foil cover. I must say, I received this issue at the tender age of nine and from then on was hooked to the world of Marvel. Being the first of many Venom spin-offs, this was probably one of Eddie Brocks best.         After the events of the Amazing spider-man in which Spider...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The strongest there is! 0

   Wow. Another great conclusion story spun by those wizards of Marvel entertainment. This issue was full of excitement and action and had me hanging on a thread with each turning of the page. As assumed, this is the climactic finalie to the red hulk saga, which started in Hulk #1. The whole series from start to end has followed this power house of unstoppable strength through turn after turn of action and suspense which left many fans diliberating, maybe this mystery Hulk could take out Bruce B...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The Secrets Out! 0

   Issue four of the Secret Avengers finally hit in my home town flew off the shelves faster than Sentry during Siege. From the get go I knew this series was going to be all it was hiped up to be. You had the igmatic return of Steve Rogers, and with him followed the rest of the Marvel universe into the new Heroic Age. This issue is the final part of the secret histories story line. I for one was thrilled. The series just bursted onto the scene and already the teams already on a covert mission to...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

What a lady! 0

   One word, Hilarious. Probably the most side splitting deadpool title I've read in a while. Take the Merc with a Mouth and put him in drag and ya got Wanda Wilson, lady Deadpool. I know people have been getting a little tired of deadpool titles filling the shelves of their freindly neighborhood comic shop, but with all due respects, this title is a must have for comedy lovers.    Starting off in a shabby apartment, Wanda is enjoying what some might say is one helluva carbo load and watching he...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Farewell origins 0

   The final issue of origins hit this week and fans were clammouring to get their hands on it. I was one of these clamouring fans. Well, mmm, it's the final issue of wolverine origins, nuff said. If you been following the story then you know what's been going. Through the constant fights with Daken, Omega Red, Sabrtooth, and his own sanity, it's finally concluded.   Issue 49 ended with him shanking nick fury, picking up from there he patched up ol' fury and has a pow wow with him. He comes to p...

3 out of 5 found this review helpful.