Axel-In-Charge: In-Depth with Alonso on Marvel's "All-New, All-Different" Lineup
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HYDRA never stood a chance when written this generically. For shame.
The central thesis of the series is presented, but in a very dull manner.
Osborn becomes a villain who you might actually fear again.
War is hell with vampires bringing something new to the table and Henry showing why he deserves your attention.
Kraven the Hunter still manages to shine through Tony Moore’s pencils, even when not given much to do.
Having a mutant team to kill the enemy is fine but how do you decide who is worthy of death?
Trepanation, incest, hive queens, and all the perils of being a P.I. in a demon infested town.
It’s hard to make a good comic out of a bad comic, and Casey and Mahfood get as close as was ever going to be humanly possible.
Nick Fury knows what he’s doing, right?
Vignettes of character passion and motivation are laid down like little codes of what is to come, or has come before.
If you thought Butcher Baker was something to behold, then wait'll you get a load of his villains.
The Intrepids get closer towards the center of this mystery about mad scientists and battle baboons.
Even superheroes in WWII can be crushed by a tank. Why? Because they’re strong, but still so dumb.
A crime comic worth checking out because it's not noir. It's fun pulp.
“Green Wake” is a comic so sharp and smart you’ll be thinking about it for weeks after reading it. It's the best new release of 2011.
This is how “Incognito” ends, with a whimper and not a bang.
Black Widow and Sharon Carter team up on a mission that’s all sparkle and no polish.
What’s a creepy kid to do when his family won’t give him a chance? A puzzle piece about James Gordon Jr falls into place with a dull thud.
Batroc is a flying foot for hire within the crime game, but his one true event is something he’ll always try to improve at: kicking Captain America in the chest.
Our heroes are lowered into the well and the room to breathe is drastically running short.