Hawkman Takes Flight, Looks For Love in "Flash"/"Arrow" Crossover
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Chad Nevett was born, raised, and educated in London, Ontario. His work has appeared in print, online, and onstage. He currently writes about comics for Comic Book Resources, Comics Should be Good, his own blog, and you can hear him talk about comics nearly every week with fellow CBR writer Tim Callahan on the Splash Page Podcast. He has contributed essays to "Minutes to Midnight: Twelve Essays on Watchmen" and "Keeping the World Strange: A Guide to Planetary" from Sequart and is the editor of the upcoming book "Shot in the Face: A Savage Journey to the Heart of Transmetropolitan." He also writes about wrestling for 411mania. He doesn't write enough fiction. He currently resides in Windsor, Ontario with his girlfriend and her cat.
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Earth is being invaded and its only hope is an alien! Guess they wish they hadn’t tortured Superman so much now, eh?
After delivering a loss to Count Nefaria, Moon Knight is confident and ready to do more to take the ‘kingpin of Los Angeles’ down.
Ray Stoner and his half-brother Pat take on their father, the leader of the demons! It’s a battle of shapeshifters and Stoner is way out of his league... or is he?
Thor goes from rambunctious youth to cocky adult. Sif goes from blonde hair to black. Loki stays the same.
Joe Casey and Nathan Fox come aboard and proceed to shake things up for the brothers Kilgore.
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Meet the newest additions to the Ultimate Universe: the Celestials and Eternals!
A trip to Eastern Europe means superpowered criminals, suave spy Moon Knight, and Steve Rogers getting into street fights. Oh, and a damn good comic book.
Who is this ‘Thor?’ Doesn’t Marvel mean “The Mighty Tanarus” #8?
See the most cherished memories of the Red Hood, Arsenal, and Starfire. They’re pretty messed up.
A supporting character introduced two issues ago is brutally murdered. Better bring a tissue.
Paris was devastated in “Fear Itself” and Iron Man wonders if it can possibly recov... oh wait, Odin fixed it. Never mind.
Batman searches for any clues regarding the Court of Owls and keeps coming up empty-handed.
Magneto is framed for murder. And he totally would have done it if he wasn’t somewhere else. That’s what makes the framing so good.
Norman Osborn is free and rebuilds his Dark Avengers. Because that worked out well for him last time. Crazy idiot.
Thor is dead and we’re all invited to the funeral.
O.M.A.C. hits people. That could be said for any issue so far and that’s the beauty of this comic.
Stormwatch continues to fight the moon. I always knew the moon would prove troublesome.
Cyclops leads the X-Men of Utopia into the future, but Mr. Sinister has other plans for the San Francisco-based mutants. Or does he?
“Fear Itself” is over and Asgard begins to pick up the pieces, starting with Volstagg and his story of what really happened in “Fear Itself.”