SPIDER-MANDATE: The Lowe-down on "Secret Wars," Tie-Ins and Stacey Lee
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The shrinking odd couple butt heads hilariously while stomping some A.I.M. goons. All around fun!
And we thought the Homelander was unsettled before, this is truly a broken man.
Marvel’s first family is split across many varied scenes but it is Namor, and his brutish actions, that end this comic on a great note.
Black Widow races through spy set pieces and tropes but never really earns her survival. A flat end from a brilliant start.
Vampirella is busting heads and wearing clothes all in the name of pushing the vampire genre into just one more set of hands.
Not the smutty gross out you think it might be, this title shows one of the best relationships in comics, and its slow implosion.
Hamlet and Juliet share a Twelfth Night that spins over old history just to start a new future.
What do you expect when villains need to win the day? This book takes them to dark places and the results are generally grim.
Colleen Wing is mad as hell, about Shadowland, and she’s not going to take it anymore.
Wolverine takes a beating, Immonen provides perfect art and the rest of the team is ready for a shake up.
A vamp killing group runs out of options but the vampires still find plenty of ways to end human life.
Everyone is getting their ducks in a row, except for Black Noir. He’s just busy being awesome.
This isn’t a Bullseye comic. It’s a comic about Bullseye, with lots of talk about Bullseye.
Madness comes to visit the Plutonian in the form of alien race, the Vespa.
It’s fast spy action to halt the resurrection of an unnamed father as his son finally gets a shirt.
Black Widow uses all her charm to get into Nick Crane’s… thoughts. Could you resist?
What do you expect a team of villains to do to the annoying hordes of the Hand? Plus, Crossbones gets a power up!
Rampaging monsters and goblin thieves on the track keep this title fun and fast at all times.
Hughie talks, a lot, and something is emitted from Auntie Mary in the toilet, but the ending looks to finally ramp up the relevance of this tie-in title.
So little story progression happens here that you’ll be hard pressed to remember Foggy’s long walk.