REVIEW: Thor: God of Thunder # 15

Writer Jason Aaron continues to deliver the goods in this title. After the stellar “God Butcher” and “Godbomb” arcs, he’s now doing his version of the classic fantasy quest with “The Accursed”, of which this issue is the third part.

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REVIEW: The Superior Foes of Spider-Man #5

I love this series. Seriously. If you aren’t reading this book you are missing out on one of the funniest books put out by any company. It’s certainly the funniest book put out by Marvel, and it’s also one of the most refreshing books in their line. If Dan Slott ever gives up writing Spider-Man, Marvel should hand Spidey over to Nick Spencer.

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REVIEW: Captain Marvel #17

I’ve never read a Captain Marvel comic. Ever. I only know about its undying fan base through things I’ve read on the internet. This book and the character have an outstanding fan base made up of people who cosplay as their own iteration of Captain Marvel and band together to help each other out at conventions and other life events. I don’t know what “Princess Sparklefists” means or why a dinosaur got punched somewhere along the way. I don’t know why it’s being rebooted in a couple of months. I’m not a Captain Marvel fan – I’m not that guy.

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REVIEW: X-Men Legacy #19

With the approximately 225 different X-books Marvel is putting out, it’s often amazing to me that so many of them feel exactly the same. This desire to keep repackaging the same thing with slight variations would be infuriating if the success of those books didn’t also support a book as good as X-Men Legacy.

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REVIEW: Iron Man #18

TONY STARK has returned from space with a vision of a better world. Who is his secret ally? What is his secret resource? Who on Earth would stop him? The MANDARIN is dead. He died at the end of Fraction’s run. There’s probably a reason why we’re mentioning it.

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REVIEW: Amazing X-Men #1

Sometimes endings are really just the beginning. With the close of Battle of the Atom leaving some fans a little down in the dirt, Amazing X-Men lifts spirits into the stratosphere and beyond.

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REVIEW: Ultimate Comics: Spider-Man #28

Writing this review just feels strange, it has been a while since I last wrote one and even longer since I wrote one on the week of release. For the vast majority of this series’ duration I’ve been banging the drum that this is the best Spider-Man book issue to issue. The simple fact that I haven’t published reviews for the past couple is in no way a reflection of their quality but for one reason or another it hasn’t been possible because here we have a great conclusion to the first chapter of Miles’ story.

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