ALL-NEW MARVEL NOW [Review]: Black Widow, a true ‘X-Factor’ of this new ‘World’?

It’s a new year in the realm of geek, and Marvel has seen fit to grace us with a brand new rebranding of their prior brand new rebranding. HA. What better name to call it than.. wait for it.. All-New Marvel Now!? You know, not to be confused with last year's Marvel Now. Stay with …

TERMINATOR SALVATION: THE FINAL BATTLE #1 [Review]: Franchise won’t be saved, just yet.

I saw a man, not a machine. Taking that quote from the much maligned Terminator: Salvation, this comic sequel to the film doesn't feature enough of why most love the franchise in the first place: killer robots. Now, while I get that a story should initially have some form of exposition, back story, and character …

INFINITY [Event Review]: Almost Inhuman.

As one Marvel event closes, another always blossoms. At 44-pages, Infinity is one credible finale, thanks to the eye-pretty art of Jim Cheung (X-Force, Young Avengers) and Dustin Weaver (S.H.I.E.L.D.), and the year-long crafted mind of Jonathan Hickman (Fantastic Four, God is Dead). Issue #6 finishes the story of Thanos' thirst for prolicide with the final vestige of his …

BLACK SCIENCE #1 [Review]: Keep Their (severed bioelectric) Heads Ringin’…

...because it's Black Science Friday. The latest shot fired in Image Comic’s battle to rule the industry one great book at a time, is written by Rick Remender (Uncanny X-Force, Fear Agent) with art by Mateo Scalera (Secret Avengers, Dead Body Road) and vivid painted color provided by Dean White (Captain America). This is a sci-fi fan’s …