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In issue four of Super!, we explore the latter side of the superhero business. What happens when you hang up the cape? Are you rewarded for your years of service? Is there a nice, cushy retirement plan with your name on it? Well, Golden Age Home for Retired Super Beings is where you’d probably find out.
These last two issues have been pretty enjoyable, especially issue #12. Of all my titles, I’d have to rank T-Bolts as either 2nd or 3rd with Guardians of The Galaxy. Captain Marvel being my #1. Before I get into the story, I have to say that as much as I like Steve Dillon’s art, it gets bland sometimes. His primary saving grace is that he draws a lot of bloody imagery very nicely. Issue 13 shifts art duties onto Phil Noto and it compliments the new story very well.
In this episode of Save File Corrupted?! we get the run down on Spec Ops: The Line, not just the uniqueness of the game but also the headache of trying to get the damn game to work! We also revisit Last of Us and Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom! This episode initially ran for about two hours so we split it into two parts. Enjoy Part I!
Have you ever gone to your nearby LCS and just felt like nothing you’re reading is satiating your hunger for a fresh comic? Even after having picked-up everything in your sub-box, even after scouring every wall, even after picking the shop attendant’s brain for recommendations, even after stopping at PTWOR.com for the latest in excellent reviews? After a hard day’s search, nothing really seems to be scratching that itch in the back of your head. Lucky for you, I, Agamemnon J. Simpson, have never let you down (not intentionally). I recently reached out to the guys at Unlikely Heroes Studios and reviewed their newly Kickstartered comic series, Super!
Berserk…what is there to really say that allows me to describe it in a nutshell? For me, it’s quite difficult, but from anyone else, I’m sure they’d say something like, “It’s a bad ass dude with a sword who fights crazy demons.” In a nutshell that is what it is, but you could say the same thing about Bleach or Fairy Tail or any other comic or manga you come across, and not be able top appeal to a potential fan. Berserk, however, sets itself apart by filling itself with brutal gore, sickening allegory and a sense of fictional realism grounded in supernatural theology, but even with all these pretty words, Berserk is so much more. It’s fandom.
If you’re not reading Guardians of the Galaxy, you really should. I know, such a compelling argument, right? I was never one for Space Operas myself. Not even Star Wars is all that exciting to me, but the “first” trilogy is more at fault for my disdain than anything. However, I was a big fan of the Nova ongoing(post Nova Corps) before it was ultimately canceled. Even then, I wasn’t as big a fan of space themed serials as I wanted to be. It wasn’t until I really dove into Mass Effect last year that my interest for space stories really got a hold of me, but not even great titles like Green Lantern were keeping me invested. So call me cautiously optimistic when Marvel rebooted Guardians of the Galaxy.
Morning Glories is one of those comics that if you ask around enough times, chances are, most comic aficionados will tell you something to the effect, “Oh yeah, I’ve heard it’s realllllly good. I need to get around to reading that soon.” I’m sure it’s a genuine sentiment, because what they’ve heard isn’t wrong. The problem is, not enough people are reading this incredible series.