AVENGERS – INFINITY WAR [Review]: The Stone Collector.

Ten years ago Marvel Studios embarked on an unprecedented journey to bring together movies of separate, standalone characters together into one interconnected cinematic universe. The movie that finally brought them all together, 2012's The Avengers, originally seemed to be the endgame only to reveal at the end the true scope of their plans. Ever since …

X-MEN v. INHUMANS / JUSTICE LEAGUE v. SUICIDE SQUAD / GAMORA / KLAUS / MIGHTY CAPTAIN MARVEL [Reviews]: Fistful of Stocking Stuffers.

Ho, ho, ho, fellow geeks (and...ho, ho Channukah to our other interfaith believers?)! This is it, the last stretch before the holiday season reaches its apex and we can kick the dumpster fire that is 2016 to the curb! Until then, we've another week full of new releases; so throw a log on that fire, …

THANOS / HARBINGER – RENEGADES / SPIDER-MAN / WORLD of WAKANDA [Reviews]: Mother Panic!

Since the dawn of man, humans have struggled to know the minds of gods. They have searched for ways to become gods themselves -- and how to kill them. Maybe the best course of action is to let them do it themselves. This seems to be the case for Thanos, at least. After a major …

THE INFINITY ENTITY – TPB [Review]: Time Bandits.

The Infinity Entity is a four issue miniseries that takes place in between the official hardcover graphic novels Thanos: The Infinity Relativity and Thanos: The Infinite Finale. Sparking the events of these graphic novels is Thanos: The Infinity Revelation and Thanos vs Hulk. This would have been valuable information worth discovering before diving into The …

MIRACLEMAN / DRIVE / MIRROR’s EDGE / DANGER GIRL / DEADPOOL vs. THANOS [Reviews]: Golden State Warriors.

And so we come to the golden age of Our Neil. As-quick-as-possible context-check since this issue for all intents and purposes is a straight-up reprint: Before Marvel finally started reprinting Miracleman, I had read the first half of the Moore run (but had no idea how it ended) and was therefore riveted to finally pick …

GUARDIANS of the GALAXY [Review]: One ‘Marvel’ous Gem.

Even with all of The Avengers' apparent prosperity of terrifying Ultrons, Hulk-busting Armors, and.. ahem.. Elizabeth Olsen, the Guardians of the Galaxy are the superheroes who currently own our geek-bleeding hearts. Can you ever imagine anyone making that statement, cinematically? Thankfully, I re-started my collection of comics around the time of Dan Abnett & Andy Lanning's …

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 …