4.0

Secret Avengers #17

Secret Avengers has been shaping up to be some of the best mainstream superhero writing Warren Ellis has done in a while. With the book's focus...
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...
4.0

Captain America #3

Ed Brubaker and Steve McNiven deliver another solid read with Captain America #3. The central action of the comic is Captain America fighting the...
3.0

X-Men Legacy #255

X-Men Legacy #255 is the second issue in an arc that has Rogue, Gambit, Magneto and Frenzy on a mission to recover Polaris, Havok and Rachel...
3.0

Hulk #40

Hulk #40 was a fairly solid progression of the Omegex story arc. It filled the reader in on just what the Omegex is and how it came to be...
5.0

X-23 #14

X-23 was never a character I expected to like. Despite going through a phase in my youth where I had enough Wolverine paraphernalia in my room...
5.0

Red Skull Incarnate #3

I'll start by stating the obvious: Red Skull is not a sympathetic villain. He's a Nazi, which is probably, in fact, the exact opposite of a...
5.0

Red Skull Incarnate #3

  I'll start by stating the obvious: Red Skull is not a sympathetic villain. He's a Nazi, which is probably, in fact, the exact opposite of...
5.0

X-23 #14

 X-23 was never a character I expected to like. Despite going through a phase in my youth where I had enough Wolverine paraphernalia in my...
4.0

Pherone

 Pherone is a fast-paced blending of the noir and spy genres. It weaves a dark story of a rogue operative named Eve, who has no memory...
4.0

Incredible Hulks #635

With Hulk #1 launching with Jason Aaron at the helm in October, Incredible Hulks #635 is a conclusion -- of Greg Pak’s run on the Hulks comics,...