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My Thoughts, Solicited: April 2016 Solicitations

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.

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Comic Reviews with The Comic Bubble – Week of 3/9

Welcome back to another weekly roundup of Ice’s comic reviews! Comics for this week: Green Lantern Corps: Edge Of Oblivion #3 (Of 6), Doctor Strange #6 and The Mighty Thor #5!

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Comic Reviews with The Comic Bubble – Week of 11/18

Welcome to another weekly roundup of Ice’s comic reviews! Comics for this week: Batman Europa #1 (Of 4), The Mighty Thor #1 and Uncanny Inhumans #2!   Batman Europa #1 (Of 4) DC Written by: Matteo Casali & Brian Azzarelo Art by: Jim Lee Batman Europa is a special limited series that was supposed to be published ten years ago. Better late than never, right? Matteo and Azzarelo come together for a tale that has Bruce Wayne once again donning the cowl (no word on where in continuity, if it’s part of it, this lies— not that it really matters). Batman once again scuffles off with The Joker in the opening shot of the book, although it seems it’s one of those scenes that takes place in the future and then we’re brought back to what happens leading up to that moment. While it’s great to not only see Bruce-Batman back in action and having Jim Lee get to draw it, everything else isn’t on par. The dialogue is the worst offender because Bruce/Batman don’t speak the way they should. Even the way they act is off which is extremely distracting, taking you out of what’s going on. While you…

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Thor: The Dark World – trailer

The first trailer for Thor: The Dark World is finally here! And while it looks pretty damn good, I must be honest, there was nothing that got me really excited until the very end. I love the idea of Thor seeking Loki’s help with Loki acting in a Hannibal Lector-esqe role. I realize that Marvel may be risking overexposure with using Loki yet again but I couldn’t be happier to see him making an appearance in The Dark World. All in all, The Dark World has pretty some shoes to fill following the surprisingly good first Thor movie. – Prometheus You May Also Like: World War Zzzz Iron Man: Rise of Technovore – Trailer 5 Explanations for Agent Coulson’s Resurrection Man of Steel – Trailer