• TwoFacedJoker wrote a review of Bloodlines: Part 3.
    Diving Into Uncharted Waters

    While the last few issues can be considered a bit more fast-paced, this issue slows down the tempo the series has created to allow for some reflection and character study. Sure, there's some great fi...

  • TwoFacedJoker wrote a review of Bloodlines: Part Two.
    The Hunt Begins

    If you were a fan of the first issue, this series continues to deliver in just the ways that you'd expect. Fantastic art, with a few great double-page spreads, excellent writing that keeps us engaged...

  • TwoFacedJoker wrote a review of .
    The Last Nail in the Coffin

    I've been hanging on to this series for months after it held the position as one of my top 3 favorites for a while, but I can't turn a blind eye to how manipulative and poorly constructed all of this...

  • TwoFacedJoker posted a message in the forum topic Marvel Comics Previews: 7/23/14 on the Comic Book Preview board.

    Daredevil for me, pretty slow week.It's a shame that Hawkeye is getting cancelled, but I'd rather have a consistent series than this on-and-off stuff. Feeling a little the same for Inhuman, as much a...

  • TwoFacedJoker wrote a review of Open your Eye.
    Filler for an Already Slow-Moving Event

    The Original Sin event, while good, has reminded me of just why I don't like events generally; there's way too many characters involved, situations feel very scattered and muddled, and they always se...

  • TwoFacedJoker wrote a review of Bloodlines: Part One.
    More Than Just Some Assassin

    How is everyone not talking about this series right now?I've heard so much about the new Magneto series, which is mired in okay, inconsistent writing and bland visuals that Moon Knight puts to shame. ...

  • TwoFacedJoker wrote a review of .
    Strange Backtracking

    After the exciting, albeit somewhat predictable, reveal at the end of the last issue, I was ready to dive into what was going down with Danny and his pops and the mystery behind the man;s survival. In...

  • TwoFacedJoker wrote a review of Volume One.
    A Different Position

    If you've heard anything about the comics made in the last year, Sex Criminals was bound to come up. Written by Matt Fraction, the brilliant mind behind the Hawkeye series that seems to has lost much ...

  • TwoFacedJoker posted a message in the forum topic Preview: SILVER SURFER #4 on the Comic Book Preview board.

    The art is fantastic here, but the writing is so surprisingly disappointing that I can't stomach reading it anymore; a shame, considering Doctor Strange is my favorite Marvel character and he looks s...

  • TwoFacedJoker wrote a review of Scarlet.
    Battle Royale

    This is simply a viscerally exciting and fun issue. There's very little dialogue and plot, but the story is well told through the art and actions. It all feels natural, and pulls away from the superna...

  • TwoFacedJoker wrote a review of Sleep.
    Dreamy

    Moon Knight continues to stand out as one of the most individual series out there right now in comics as a whole. However, this week it stands out for different reasons, which, while not a bad thing, ...

  • TwoFacedJoker wrote a review of Box.
    An Entry More Solid Than the Ghosts Within

    As ever, this run of Moon Knight does not disappoint, this issue fixing some of the issues I had with the previous entries. Don't get me wrong, these issues have been fantastic, but, in re-reading, I ...

  • TwoFacedJoker wrote a review of The Secret History of Colonel Nicholas J. Fury.
    We Now Interrupt Our Regular Programming

    After the reveal at the end of the previous issue, it only makes sense that we delve a little into the affairs of Nick Fury. However, as interesting as this tale may be, it kind of comes out of the le...

  • TwoFacedJoker wrote a review of A Chasing Tale, Part 1.
    Rockets Ahead of the Competition

    Ever since Skottie Young was attached to this title, I was pretty hopeful that this series would present a stand-out experience, especially with the disappointment that is the current run of the Guard...

  • TwoFacedJoker wrote a review of Darkest Hours, Part 1 of 4: Face To Face.
    A Venomous Relationship

    As Otto finally starts to get control of his life again, Thompson's seems to be falling out of control as he faces his greatest "hero." And, seeing as these characters have never met up, whether it b...

  • TwoFacedJoker wrote a review of Lethal Ladies.
    In-Fighting

    Though Stunner isn't the most complex or interesting of villains, Slott's writing and general humor help to make this one of the more focused and enjoyable issues in a while for the series. And, with...

  • TwoFacedJoker wrote a review of 1.21 Giga-Whats?!.
    What's On the Horizon

    As we come to a close to this chapter, Slott seems to finally make this story arch pay off nicely with some huge game-changing events that makes you feel the repercussions of what's to come immediate...

  • TwoFacedJoker wrote a review of Spidey Still Standing.
    Misdirection

    Recently, I've found that this issue has been highlighted in terms of importance, what with the recent storyline for the Amazing Spiderman. However, the cover here is something of a misdirection, as ...

  • TwoFacedJoker wrote a review of Smack to the Future.
    Too Much to DL

    Much like the previous issue, Dan Slott tries to cram as much info as possible into this issue, and it makes the story somewhat difficult to read because of it. As Otto's life begins to spiral out of...

  • TwoFacedJoker wrote a review of Let's Do the Time Warp Again.
    This City's Only Big Enough For One of Us!!

    I'm not sure how I feel about this story arch in the series. I'm sure that many are excited about the inclusion of Spidey 2099, but for what reason I am unsure. He doesn't seem or feel like a characte...