2.5

The Savage Hawkman #1

When I offered our wonderfully prolific writer Ray Tate the opportunity to give up reviewing Superman or Savage Hawkman, there was no surprise after reading this issue why he happily obliged. To at least this...
3.5

Venom #7

If you've been as in the dark as you shamefully should not admit, Peter Parker's childhood bully-jock-turned-American-war-hero is Marvel's answer to Snake Eyes, all with the Call of Duty: Black Ops touch, of...
3.5

Daken: Dark Wolverine #13

As my fellow colleague Samuel Salama Cohen would say, "Your dream has come true!" No, Jessica Biel, Jessica Alba and Jessica Simpson (well, before she let herself go) haven't been stalking me on Facebook just...
3.5

Daken: Dark Wolverine #13

  As my fellow colleague Samuel Salama Cohen would say, "Your dream has come true!" No, Jessica Biel, Jessica Alba and Jessica Simpson (well, before she let herself go) haven't been stalking me on...
4.0

Captain America #618

After some slight mishaps during Captain America: Reborn, Ed Brubaker appears to be back on full-grind, delivering the espionage star-spangled comic like no other. While I’m not sure this recent...
3.5

Annihilators #2

This book should have Rocket Raccoon and Groot on the cover! The full-length “backup” story has certainly been fantastic, all the more in this issue. Timothy Green’s often childish, Pixaresque...
2.5

Daredevil: Reborn #3

Marvel seems to have a thing with being "Reborn” like DC with their “Secret Origins.” With news coming out of C2E2 that Mark Waid will control the reigns as Daredevil writer -- promising a more...