4.0

G.I JOE: Cobra #4

To paraphrase a recent ad campaign, “This isn't your childhood G.I JOE." Right from the start of this series writer Christos Gage...
5.0

Scalped #29

For the past few months Scalped has taken a bit of detour. This isn't to say there has been a dip in quality on the title--far from...
3.0

Fantastic Force #1

Back in the late 90's there was a British TV series called Ultraviolet. Starring (amongst others) a pre-The Wire Idris Elba, the...
4.0

Punisher Max #69

This issue picks up right where the last one left off: The psychologically disturbed Walter and Frank Castle finally face off with Walter beating...
3.5

Daredevil #117

 Dave Wallace:  After last issue's fantastic prologue, I can't deny that I was expecting a little more from the first...
3.0

Thunderbolts #130

Up until this issue Andy Diggle's run on Thunderbolts had a certain air about it, a book firmly set in the darker corners of the...
3.5

Punisher MAX #68

So the carnage continues. Swierczynski wastes no time, picking up right where the last issue left off and launching straight into the thick of...
3.0

Secret Warriors #2

Bill Frye  The twist behind Brian Michael Bendis and Jonathan Hickman's Secret Warriors is one that I am not sure I like or...
4.0

Punisher MAX #67

A timer counts down. The protagonist has a few hours to save himself before the poison coursing through his veins claims his life. It's a...
4.0

Incognito #2

Matthew J. Brady While it might be unfortunate that Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips are taking a break from their excellent...
3.5

Secret Warriors #1

Dan Hill Plot: "Secret Invasion" has passed and Norman Osborn has ascended and now wields absolute power in the Marvel Universe....