Comic Book Review: Moon Knight #1

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Marc Spector is Moon Knight!…Or is he? It’s hard to tell these days, especially when New York’s wildest vigilante protects the street with two-fisted justice and three—that’s right, count ‘em—different personalities! But even with the mystical force of Khonshu fueling his crusade, how does the night’s greatest detective save a city that’s as twisted as…
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Comic Book Review: Hawkeye #15

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The brothers Barton double down against the bad guys as the Clown lays siege to their building. Can Hawkguy keep everyone safe against a killer nobody’s even seen yet? What happens when you’re locked up with your loser big brother for like a week straight? You go nuts, right? Clint goes a little nuts. Plus…two…
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About Writing, Superheroes, and Me

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It’s been a slow few weeks in terms of comics. I haven’t had much to write about, which is  bit out of the norm for me. So instead of posting comic book reviews, I wanted to do something a little different. – I don’t like to write characters that are like myself. I think most…
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Comic Book Review: Ms. Marvel #1

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Kamala Khan is just an ordinary girl from Jersey City–until she is suddenly empowered with extraordinary gifts. But who truly is the all-new Ms. Marvel? Teenager? Muslim? Inhuman? Find out as she takes the Marvel Universe by storm, and prepare for an epic tale that will be remembered by generations to come. History in the…
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Comic Book Review: New Avengers #14

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THE SECRET OF THE BLACK SWAN…From writer Jonathan Hickman and artist Simone Bianchi. The Illuminati peer into another doomed world in New Avengers #14, while Doctor Strange journeys to the Lost Lands in search of greater power. Recycling the same plot as the last issue, the team watches their doppelgangers in Earth-2319 struggle hopelessly against…
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Comic Book Review: Black Widow #3

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The Finely Woven Thread – PART 3: “FOLIAGE” She’s the kind of woman you call when you need to escape from a South American prison. Don’t miss the book everyone is talking about (and it isn’t even out yet!) By writer Nathan Edmondson and artist Phil Noto. In the midst of a jailbreak gone awry,…
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Comic Book Review: Inhumanity #2

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Medusa’s kingdom is destroyed, her king is dead and her people’s population just increased exponentially. Everything is different—how can she possibly deal with it all? From writer Matt Fraction and artist Nick Bradshaw. Originally from separate tie-in, this issue was absorbed into Inhumanity, but deals directly with the fallout of the last. With Black Bolt…
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Comic Book Review: Avengers #25

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It worked for the X-Men! Would we be so crass as to do it again? Introducing the ALL-NEW AVENGERS! And we’ve been good up till now, but this issue, an Avenger dies. Story by Jonathan Hickman, art by Salvador Larroca. Temporal weirdness abound in Avengers #25, as the team deals with the latest aftermath of…
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