2.0

Supergirl #3

Introducing Supergirl's first archenemy: Simon Tycho, a billionaire business man with too much time on his hands. He struck a deal with the...
3.0

Battle Scars #1 (of 6)

Let me begin by saying that Battle Scars #1 works only because we only know as much as the main character. That unfortunate soul is Marcus...
3.0

New Avengers #16.1

While New Avengers #16.1 was not the least compelling comic I've read, it was far from the most compelling. It started off well with a scene of...
3.0

Trailblazer (one-shot)

As I stated in another review, I'm a fan of Palmiotti and Justin Gray. However, Trailblazer reads more like a rough draft than a finished...
3.0

FF #4

A conversation about sandwiches, an encounter between the Wizard's young clone and Ben Grimm, an attack by the Mole Man and lots of meeting...
4.0

FF #2

Doctor Doom's made a deal with Valeria Richards: he'll join the new Future Foundation if they help him regain the knowledge he lost. Will Reed...
3.5

Fantastic Four #588

Too common throughout the history of the medium to qualify as an artistic experiment, the “silent issue” rears its head as a change of pace...
5.0

Fantastic Four #587

The ultimate confrontation results in a stunning character death!Morgan Davis: Danny Djeljosevic: Eric Jones: NOTE: These reviews contain...
3.5

Fantastic Four #585

In place of the usual quoted snippet of dialogue, each cover to "Three," the latest story arc of Fantastic Four, has featured a numeric...