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A Medieval Western? 0

I've never been a huge Gunslinger fan, but something about the illustrations just made me cringe. It starts off with vultures picking apart a body. Then flashes to Gilead, which if memory serves correct, is a hill outside of Jerusalem, where we see vaguely Gothic-era architecture and a half-naked woman reminiscent of King Arthur's Guinevere. We again return to the western as Cort and Roland have their show-down, "this town ain't big enough for the two of us" style, where my favorite character, D...

0 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Hulk Vs. Daredevil 0

In true 1980's style, Hulk and Daredevil battle in the streets of Manhattan. Hulk has not yet realized that he is the very Banner he seeks, but rampages the city while Matt Murdoch does his best to stop him. The dialogue is rather wordy for today's short spans of attention, but McKenzie does a good job of keeping the reader informed of past events while maintaining current happenings as well. As a Daredevil volume, this is not the best comic book to understand Hulk's backstory, but it does well ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Skrulls 101 0

If you're a new comer to the invasion, this is a perfect catch-up issue. Be warned, however, that Tony Stark steals the show; more ink was used on words than on the pictures. Personally, I thought the issue was useful in becoming familiarized with the in's and out's of Skrull life (origins, who's been revealed as skrulls et al), explaining the origins of the illuminati. However, this can be quite the headache to read. It's not something to flip through for the art, either; it starts strong, but ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.