ANT MAN & THE WASP / DEADPOOL / DOCTOR STRANGE / TONY STARK IRON MAN / HAWKMAN / IMMORTAL HULK / CLOAK & DAGGER [Reviews]: Big Things in Small (Paper) Packages.

Happy midweek here, geeks and geekettes. We've got a few titles coming our way, including a bunch of reboots and first issues! We've got so much to cover we're going to just crank these out BANG! BANG! BANG! for a quick read on your morning (or evening) commute! Jumping from Captain America to Ant-Man and …

HIT-GIRL / DOCTOR STRANGE / THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD / TALES OF SUSPENSE [Reviews]: Infinity Countdown Prime.

So the Marvel Universe is kinda-sorta-not-really-but-is restarting again, and one can only assume that it will be kicked off (or re-re-re-rebooted) with Infinity Countdown Prime, done up by writer Gerry Duggan and, one of the very best artists out there today, Mike Deodato Jr. His crisp drawings make this story better than what it is. …

DOCTOR STRANGE [Review]: A Psychedelic Plunge into Mag-ness.

Neurosurgeon Dr. Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) is not only confident in his surgical abilities, but also overly egotistical, unbearably cocky, and takes the opportunity to gloat any chance that he gets. But Stephen loses the steady dexterity he’s come to rely on for surgery after a devastating car accident and finds himself at a depressing …

BATMAN BEYOND / PROWLER / SEVEN TO ETERNITY / DOCTOR STRANGE & THE SORCERERS SUPREME [Reviews]: Future Imperfect.

Having only been familiar with Batman Beyond from the cartoon series, it wasn't too difficult to dive right into Batman Beyond #1. DC's Rebirth is continuing its sleek reintroduction of characters, and Batman Beyond just throws the reader right in the thick of it; I must have missed the set-up here (as I didn't read …