REVIEW: Indestructible Hulk #15

The finale of a Indestructible Hulk’s “Agent of T. I. M. E.” story arc is here. The question now is, is it as epic as the final pages of last issue would lead you to believe it should be?

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REVIEW: Indestructible Hulk #14

I’ll say this upfront, I’m not the biggest fan of time travel stories these days. I feel there have been entirely too many of them in superhero comics recently. That said though, Mark Waid may have just brought “Agent of T. I. M. E.” To an Incredible place.

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REVIEW: Indestructible Hulk #13

Last month it was the Wild West. And dinosaurs. This month, the fate of Camelot hangs in the balance. What does that mean for Hulk and the Bannerbot? Nothing major. Only that they have to deal with the Black Knight, Merlin and King Arthur. And a new Chronarchist. Simple, right?

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REVIEW: Indestructible Hulk #12

Who’s ready to follow the Hulk as he goes gallivanting through time? Well, ready or not, that’s what’s happening, and if you don’t see the potential for awesome in that, then you aren’t looking closely enough.

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REVIEW: Deadpool #14

How well does a throwaway joke villain from last issue’s 70’s parody translate to this issue’s present day setting? Well, unfortunately, not well. Not well at all.

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REVIEW: Indestructible Hulk #11

Bruce Banner says it best; this is a jackhammer solution to a thumbtack problem. But let’s be real here, after ten issues of this series we should all have the utmost confidence that Mark Waid will make this a very fun ride.

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REVIEW: Deadpool #13

Alright, let’s get this right out of the way. As if you couldn’t tell already by looking at the cover, this is a weird one. I mean, weird even by Deadpool standards. On the positive side though, being weird doesn’t mean that it isn’t charming.

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