Welcome back to another weekly roundup of Ice’s comic reviews! Comics for this week: The Flash #50 and Uncanny Inhumans #7!
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This ain’t no April fools! The hiatus is over and MTS is back. April is bringing some great funny comics (tee hee) and others where the stakes are high and any screw up will cause very bad things to happen. New comics are also starting up with hopes of long runs to come and great stories to be written, so check out what’s just a taste of April’s offerings.
Welcome back to another weekly roundup of Ice’s comic reviews! Comics for this week: All-New X-Men #7, X-Men ’92 #1 and Daredevil #5!
Marvel’s teasing it up again with brand new images about a future project (or projects). There’s lots of news (definitely lots) on the comic shows with casting, synopsis and upcoming plot threads that you don’t want to miss out on! So stay tuned for all that and to learn about the Russo brothers clarifying a comment about Infinity War!
2016 is here and the comic fun continues! DC’s getting ready to lead up monumental, anniversary issues with a lot of their series hitting their 50th issues! Image rolls on putting out more great books and continuing the superb books that are already going on. And Marvel has more new series starting out in the new Marvel Universe as the ones that have already begun continue to amaze!
We’re back! Welcome to another weekly roundup of Ice’s comic reviews! Comics for this week: Rocket Girl #7, Invincible Iron Man #4 and Daredevil #1!
Welcome to another weekly roundup of Ice’s comic reviews! Comics for this week: Uncanny Inhumans #1, Cognetic #1 (Of 3) and Justice League #45! Uncanny Inhumans #1 Marvel Written by: Charles Soule Art by: Steve McNiven With Extraordinary X-Men delayed, Uncanny Inhumans is our first foray into the new, uneasy tensed “relationship” between the mutants and the Inhumans. That said, that’s only teased for a scene with (adult) Beast as the rest of the issue focuses on two the two storylines that will serve as main themes through the series: Black Bolt trying to reclaim his son from Kang The Conqueror and Medusa with her squad showing that Inhumans are not to be feared and are here to help. It is very evident of the eight month jump after Secret Wars with how much the characters have grown (and no, not in height) since the last volume. You can see this with how some of the characters have better control and usage of their powers and how well they’re working with one of the new guys as if they’ve been around for a long time (which they have, because you know… eight months later…). While the credits page…
Welcome to another weekly roundup of Ice’s comic reviews! Comics for this week: Inhumans Attilan Rising #5, Runways #4 and The Flash #44!