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I'm done with this crap. 0

Review:The More and More I read this series the more get disappointed and get my hopes up whenever something some what interesting comes up. I still don't like the art, the writing was okay but nothing ground breaking, we got some fighting going on with some characters that has some good match ups but is easily brushed aside in this issue, The Avengers failed to stop the Phoenix Force despite Thor's best efforts, everyone still acts out of character without reason, and I finally stopped giving a...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Wolverine Vs Cap. 0

Review:We finally got through the dumb fight between the Avengers and X-Men, the mutants decides to surrender but then tricks the Avengers by teleporting away at different locations and try to find Hope as does the Avengers. Thus more pointless fight continues. I sort of knew that Captain America and Wolverine were going to fight and even though it was out of character for Cap' to act like that, I still liked the build up to that fight and when Logan gets kicked off the plane. The fight itself w...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

A VS X begins here 0

Review:This has got to be the most ridiculous issue I've read to date both good and bad. Avengers Vs X-Men, it's every fan's wet dream. It's something that you'd like the developers to make out of a video game and just play hours and hours of your favorite characters beat up the ones you hate. It's every that a fan could hoped for - only just executed VERY badly. Known full well that using the Phoenix as an excuse to have these teams battle each other just to make sales, it's sad since the chara...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

The New Captain Marvel 0

Review:Ms. Marvel is one of the most iconic female characters in the Marvel universe so for her to take a big step that would evolutionize her character is what make thing appealing and what makes her loyal fan's come back to follow her adventures every issue. I, however, am not on of those loyal fans and just read this because I was curious about her current status. Nothing against the character or anything but she doesn't have anything that's appealing to me as with Wolverine, Rogue, Psylocke,...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Bruce's training 0

Review:When people talk of Bruce Wayne's origin story they only focus on the murder of his parents and at some point in time he becomes Batman - The Dark Knight, but we never actually see his adventures in those years where he attain his training and knowledge. Sure we have panels, clips of an episode and some mentioning about his trips going around the world here and there, but never an actual story or even a series for that matter. In Detective Comics issue #0, we get to see him going to the h...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

The Power Couple Kissing 0

Review:We continue where the last issue left off and although I wasn't quite satisfied on how the battle ended between the Justice League and Graves, I was happy it was finally over because this arc kinda dragged for me. Even though they defeated Graves, the public are beginning to have second thoughts on the League, question their actions and at some cases fear them thinking that their not the so called heroes the public thought up to be. This is the part I liked because in reality this is how ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Before Rorschach 0

Review:Besides NiteOwl and Ozymandias, Rorschach has got to be my most favorite character in the Watchmen universe and I'm pretty sure I'm not the only one. His dark nature towards criminals, fine detective and brutal fighting skills, alienated personality, and a strong belief of Black (Evil) that must be punished and White (Good) to protect is what drove the character and what made him so appealing. Even when the odds were stacked against him and at the face of death, he never compromised. When...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Cyclops is an stupid @$$hole! 0

Review:Alright, this is what I'm talking about. The Phoenix Force has just destroyed a planet and is approaching earth, the Avengers is on high alert and prep for battle, Cyclops is training Hope should she get posses by the Phoenix to better control it, and then Captain America arrives at Utopia to discuss the situation with Cyclops. "Get Hope into protective Custody, sure why not? Cyclops is a respected leader of the X-men and we've fought along side the X-men for years, I'm sure he'll underst...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

The Red Damsel & Furious Hope 0

Review:This is the epic prologue for Marvel's next up coming event: Avengers Vs The X-Men. Yes that's right ladies and gentlemen, all your favorite Marvel most iconic and secondary characters are in this spectacular event and their here to fight to the death. But wait, there's more. The Phoenix Force, "an destructive entity of cosmic proportions" or whatever - that is known for using Jean Grey as a vessel in the past X-men series, has come to earth to posses a new vessel, and that is the mutant ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Batman and Deathblow? Sweet! 0

(Haven't reviewed anything in a good while btw :/ )    Batman discussin the situation with Gordon. Story:     DeathBlow, an CIA black op's assassin, was on a mission to take out or apprehend a terrorist named Max a.k.a. Fire Bug, a metahunman who has the power of pyrokinesis. Their also looking for a Falcon, a terrorist leader who has been selling his serives and as such throughout Gotham. The CIA sent Deathblow and his partner to track them down but an unexpected turn of events happen and the...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Jack's shot adventure 0

Review:   the final chapter of this holiday special. Jack Hawksmoor chases 'failed animator-turned-super villain' Art Friendly from reality to reality until they arrive at a reality where the city is actually a set. Unable to fight back, Jack uses his quick thinking to turn the tables into his favor... Decent art, ok writing, well played on Jacks part, short story that should've been longer.    ...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

An idea that can destroy mankind?! 0

Review:  Midnighter and Apollo are approached by alternate versions of themselves, Pluto and Daylighter, to stop the public from being exposed to an ‘Idea’ before they pass it down to others and commit suicide, which the heroes manage to succeed. Although it was somewhat interesting, the plot can be pulled out of a hat. The Focus was the interactions with Midnighter, Apollo and their alternate counterparts, as Daylighter was dumped by Pluto, making Midnighter think over his relationship with Apo...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Let's go meet the easter Bunny 0

Story:  An paranoid Midnighter tells The Authority that Jenny never sent Lobo back to his dimension and that it’s their responsibility to do so. Jenny tells them that she found the Easter Bunny Land during her ‘wandering the Bleed’ and states that Lobo belongs there. They go there and encounter the Easter Bunny - who’s an Nazi - and act as representatives of Lobo to retrieve his payment for the assassination of Santa Claus. In reality, they’re attempting to destroy all the fortune and weapons th...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

The Authority vs Lobo 0

   Story:  Apollo reads Jenny a Christmas story, Midnighter try’s to untangles the Christmas lights until Apollo helps him but are both wrapped. Jenny wanders around the carrier for the other but are busy with their activities (Swift is looking at porn and Jack & Angie are having sex). Jenny then finds a comic book detailing Lobo killing Santa Claus, upset, she breaks the barrier between her dimension and the dimension Lobo inhabits in the comic book, bringing him into the Wildstorm universe...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Lobo vs Santa Claus 0

Story:  This wacked out yet holiday special starts with two old couples arguing over the fact the husband got fired from his job for ‘rigging toilet breaks’ and that they have no Christmas presents for their kids. Later, a book was thrown at their front door. They picked it up and started reading a story about Lobo and his ‘Christmas adventure’. In the story, an intoxicated Easter Bunny hires “The Main Man” to kill Santa Claus for not only gaining more attention than any other holidays, but is e...

1 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Here Kitty, kitty, kitty!!! 0

Review:  Positive:   This has got to be one of the most entertaining stories I've read. Jack challenges Midnighter to do an ordinary mission where he must enteract with normal human beings. Funny how he tell's him that because throughout most of their missions The Authority usually kill, so you have to wonder sometimes if they, let alone Midnighter, has any morals at all. So Midnighter takes the challenge, but from helping a little finding her lost cat to fighting cyborgs and stopping a mad scie...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

The conclusion... 0

McLeish explains to Logan how he have survived the explosion. Review:  Yes, McLeish - the White Ghost who is the bestest killer in the world - is alive but not well. Surrounded by corpses who were victims of McLeish, an angered Logan head towards the cabin, knocks out the gun man and encounters a China man who says he’s in fact the son of a Triad criminal whom Logan killed ten years ago (McLeish’s triad contact who ordered the hit on Ai-Chia Wong’s Dad and paid him just before Logan arrives ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The Hunter vs the Hunted 0

Review:  First off; for a bunch of assassins that were the best in the world, they sure as hell get beaten easily. You’d think they put up more of a fight now that they know about Logan and his abilities. Secondly; Logan’s girlfriend, Ai-Chia has returned - YAY - only to have been killed long ago and using her corpse just to manipulate Logan‘s emotions. I really don’t think that’s a good thing to do. And finally; this issue feels a bit short for some reason…Maybe because I’m getting close to th...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The hunt is on... 0

Logan being crushed by the Hitmens' cars. Review:   “As his apartment is destroyed, Logan attempts to flee out of the city in order for his loved ones and comrades not to be harmed, and to lure McLeish out. As he does so, hit men from McLeish go by all means to kill Logan. Will he survive? Is McLeish ‘The White Ghost’ who was thought to be died still alive?” Uh…duh! This is where things get really dicey. There’s a lot more action and intensity here than the previous issue. At a few pages, two c...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Another Wolverine story... 0

Logan encounters Mcleish and his dealer. Review:Wolverine: Note: I have all 4 issues in one big booklet, so I’m able to review them.     As your well aware, this is one of Logans’ lone-wolf stories, meaning no X-Men or superhuman battles. Just him and his enemy from his past. This story switches back and forth to 2 time periods; the past in Hong Kong - which tells what events occurred to him and McLeish the ‘White Ghost’ 10 years ago, and the present - which shows Logan in East side NYC going ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

"There's no place like home...My ass". 0

Midnighter as he tortures Assassin8 while interrogating him. Review:  Midnighter tortures the hell out of Assassin8 for information on who made the attempt, and manages to do so. Midnighter is a real sick puppy here; he literally takes apart Assaain8’s limbs off and talks to him as a way to intimidate him, though he doesn’t seem to feel any pain. He eventually talks and ask for death, which Midnighter does the opposite. One of the things I’ve notice is that there really isn’t a strong plot in t...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Midnighter vs Assassin8: Round 2 0

    Review:   This time the fight takes place all over the street , as homes, restaurants, and trucks gets destroyed as they exchange blows. The actiom was slightly better if not just as good as the first one, mainly because the fight was more brutal, the characters look a lot more vicious, and that you get to see how almost the entire neighborhood response to this disaster. Though the outcome was ok, you’d think it would’ve been a lot better like plunging a pipe in his organs or something. By...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Assassin* vs The Authority 0

    Review:  Assassin 8, who disguises himself as Midnighter, Doors himself to the Carrier and single handedly takes down most of the Authority with sneak attacks, distractions, and a few other surprises. Again, this guy can really hold his own really well, and I like how the way his mindset works. Though I was surprised by the action scenes, you’d think they would’ve picked this guy apart and not get their butts handed to them. However, the guy was “Prep'ed” and since this is Midnighter’s serie...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Midnighter vs Assassin8: Round 1 0

Been a long time since I did a review. Let's finish this arc.   Review: Now this is more like it. If you’ve haven’t read this issue, then you don’t know what your messing. It’s just nothing but incredible action packed fight between two deadliest opponite, and I liked how it way it was set up, especially Midnighters' card stating "I know everything that's going to happen and I've fought this fight in my head" thing. What surprised me was that Assassin8 was ABLE TO HOLD HIS OWN against Midnighte...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Parenting with Midnighter 0

Review:  (Update)Not my favorite issue by far. When you look at a badass front cover, you just know either something awesome or something lame is gonna happen. Yes, there is an Assassin is killing here and there, and is getting Midnighter's identity while is fast approaching, but throughout the issue Lucas Trent is spending time with Mindy and is trying to connect with people. Mindy is the only thing that I find enjoyable, as she bad mouths and get's into a bit of trouble after attacking a membe...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Flag face people 0

Story:  Midnighter's battles with Anthem comes to an end, as he must decide between a past he doesn't remember and the complete annihilation of a town he doesn't even like...Review:  This issue was ok.  The writing and art is different from issue 9, yet handled well. The scene where The Anthem negotiate with The Authority was entertaining - Jenny leaves Midnighter the decision as to which Anthem member gets to die. There are two Strike Force members that resemble The Flash and Captain America na...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

My first Midnighter issue 0

Story:   Midnighter is contracted by to travel to a space station "Nautilus" and retrieve a man made virus called "Hercules" that has infected the crew. He finds that the virus mutates its victims and is to bring back a sample so that it can be worked on. Learning the scientist true intentions, he kills the creatures and crashes the space station into the headquarters of the organisation that hired him.      Review:   I've heard of this "Midnighter" guy a few years back; that he's a gay version ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Superman at war!!! 0

Review:  Note, I picked this up thanks to Free Comic Book day ^^   Superman attends to stop General Zod and his men from conquering earth with the help of the kryptonians, but his plan is already in underway as Zod taunts Superman for his failure to protect New Krypton. Lois writes a story about the events that happen with Superman and Supergirl, the bottled city Kandor and the kryptonians, New Krypton and General Zod, her father, and Jimmy Olson. Jimmy later appears, after he was in hinding, an...

3 out of 4 found this review helpful.

Are you Bruce Wayne? 0

Review:    As Dick?Batman goes deeper inside the cave to search for clues of Bruce's dissappearince and the Wayne families history, Damian and Sexton fight a group of "demon descendents" in the garveyard. Meanwhile, Taila has ways of manipulating damian against his will. Like on the last issue, Grant Mirrison, and Andy Clarke has done excellent work on their writning and art designing. This is by far better than Tony Danial's work on Batman, not that he's bad, but Batman and Robin is more to my ...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Green Arrow, murderer? 0

Review:  As Ollie kills Prometheus for what he did to Star City, he is arrested and put on trail for crossing a line that any superhero wouldn't. I like how the writing was handle, able to capture the expressions and emotion in some scenes, especially with the conversation between Ollie and Dinah and his trail (that way sort of an surprise). The art wasn't my taste, but enough to sit through the story. There's also the new Zatanna series preview, which looks promising. Again, like the FireStar o...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

FireStars' very own one-shoter! 0

Review: Aside from doing her superheroine activities, Angelica put's her life back together as she attends college at New York University. There's not much superhero saving the day or battling super villians here, it's Firestars story of how she's going through her current life, her relationship with her father, her treatment with her cancer, fonding with a classmate that was once a bully to her back in high school. While this is a good story that may move you, it leaves you with a depressing fe...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Nemesis pwns Kick-Ass 0

Review:    All I can say to express my feelings for this comic is...F**King AMAZING!!! Millar and McNiven really out done themselves this time. I can say why Millar wanted to make a charcter that would be like Batman but taking The Joker route. You could say Nemesis is the Anti-Batman but more crazier and has no consideration for others. That being said, I'm glad this is a completely different character. Nemesis is an intelligent super criminal who goes after inspector's/ the bestest cops in the...

4 out of 6 found this review helpful.

Psylocke get's her own mini-series 0

review:  All I can say about this one is that it's was incredicble. I love the art, the story/writing was top notch and straight forward, and the coloring was bueatiful to look at. We get to see Psylocke at a different view and understand her more. The only thing that bugged me was the Hand ambushing her and her other body at the graveyard. I do like ninjas and all, but it's just so typical these days to just throw in ninjas just for action sake. Regardless, Psylocke gets to have her own series,...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Get story for my taste. 0

Review:    I'm a casual fan of Iron Man, just like War Machine, Thor, and Captain America, so I'm not much into Iron Man as most Harecore fans do. But this issue gave me a chance to see tony in a different view, esspecially his top 5 fears, since half the time I thought of him as a Drukin' Mr. Hot-Shot. He is human afterall. The Art was realisticly incredicle the writing was top-notch, and the action scens was great. Even if your not a fan of Iorn Man, I recommend this to anyone that is interset...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Six stories in one book =D 0

Review:    Their are 6 stories here, some were awesome and hilarious while others were ok. The first is Spider-man (along with other hereos in NYC but doesn't notice Spidy) stopping Dominus from destorying NYC. Next is X-men; They attmept to "help" Cyclop get over his lost. Then comes Iron Man story, as he make's a "audio will" of his adventures as Iron Man and what he accomplised. the next is Bullseye recovery in a security hospital after his last encounter with DareDevil and is planning on esc...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

The countdown of Bruce's return begins here. 0

Review:    This has got to be the most fantasic Batman & Robin issue yet. I was awestroked of how much of an impact this would effect the course of the series. First off, Damian leading the Wayne Enterprise. I was laughing to myself like WHAT? I guess there's more to him than I realize. Batman and Oberon Sexton learn of the Domino Killer, who killed some of the richest and powerful men and women in the world, is targeting Bruce Wayne. I've never heard of Sexton before but seems like an inter...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

WS Revelations #1 0

Review:   Note that this is right after Wild Cats: Amrageddon.  Two gals bathing in the bath tub. Winter grabbing Jet's boobies while infiltrating the StromWatch Prime Headquarters (she kicked him in the balls too^-^). Nemesis making quick work on both Jet and Savant. Jet wearing a Batman T-shirt?! Laughing at a impossible faith that would end the world. Going up against The Authory...Yeah, it's all in here and enjoyable. No one seem to happy with having Nemesis around, she must be a complete bi...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Superheroes caused Armageddon 0

Review:   Void take Nemesis to the future where the world is a living hell and must find out what's the cause of it all in order to prevent it from happening. I really enjoyed this issue, meanly because of Talent Caldwell's art design for the characters. The writing's ok as well, though a bit long. You also get to learn briefly of Nemesis backstroy as Void will tell that she knows about her. Mr. Majestic is also badass here; ever since Armageddon he's been messed up in the head and has turned on...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Love the art and front cover. 0

Review:   As usual, I randomly pick this issue just for the sake of the cover and seeing Psylocke and Mary Marvel in attack, which I kinda good. I didn't understand nor care about the story other than the fact that their in a Alternate Reality thanks to the Scarlet Witch and her wrath towards mutants. The art, however, is great to look at especially with the action scenes, and the females like Psylocke, Mary Marvel, Omega Sentiel looks stunning bueatiful. Another problem I have with the issue is...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Sword of the Braddocks 0

Spoilers:   Psylocke is a member of the New Exiles, a team that travels to other parallel dimentions to repair and battle abnormal events. During her adventures, Psylocke encounters Slaymaster, and after a battle she narrowly escapes, enraging him. He had since been pursuing her and has traveled through other parallel dimentions to kill alternate versions of her, and for every one he kills he get's closer to her. He even encounters not just another version of her, but a alternate version of hims...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.