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Snowfall #1 Review: Climate Change, War, & the Death of Innocence in this First Look

Times (and climates) are-a-changin’ with global warming and more extreme weather being thrown in to the Earth’s mix. XKCD, a beloved web comic strip for the scientific/nerdy, has even done a comic strip on the subject that was much loved (if a bit misleading). There’s been plenty of exploration in a post apocalyptic setting–right now […]

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Reborn Review: Incredible Art, Imagination Make A New Classic From Capullo & Millar

Reborn is a new 6 part series from industry legends Greg Capullo and Mark Millar. To say that this is a powerhouse creative team up would be an understatement. Expectations were predictably high for the sci-fi fantasy epic, and the duo delivered on many levels. Through six issues, we were treated to a simple and […]

Interview With a Guy Who Liked Spiderman Homecoming (Spoiler Free)

3rd Time’s a Charm? Spider-Man Homecoming just came out the other day and has been getting massive praise. Let’s find out if Spider-man’s third translation to the big screen is a charm by asking a local enthusiast. I will be interviewing myself in this article where I give you just enough information for you to […]

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Luke Cage Review – Season 1: Character Breakdown of a Massive Disappointment

Coming off the heels of critically acclaimed Marvel Netflix series Jessica Jones, fans were eagerly awaiting the release of Luke Cage, the bulletproof behemoth with superhuman strength. What we were left with, however, was a giant disappointing piece of shit plagued with stupid characters and god awful writing. Let’s see what this Luke Cage review […]

Colored Pencils: Finding Diversity and Representation in Comics

“But I can see you- Your brown skin shinin’ in the sun. You got your hair combed back and your sunglasses on, baby. And I can tell you my love for you will still be strong, after the boys of summer have gone. ” -Don Henley, Boys of the Summer Flashback: circa Summer 2004 — the beginning […]

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116 Questions for Reviewing Comics + Resources: How to Review

As I sit here writing this, I think to myself “You know, this post is as much for myself as it is for the readers,” and it’s true. It’s impossible to read a comic and address every interesting aspect of it every time. That’s why I came up with these questions for reviewing comics to […]

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Introducing Destroy the Comics: Honest, Uncensored Reviews and Analysis of Comics + More

Hey there. Yeah you, I’m talking to you. Are you wondering what we’re up to here? Who are these guys and why are they out to destroy the comics? Have you ever read the latest release of a Marvel or DC comic, maybe the latest issue of Robin–or maybe this amazing masterpiece: Then you think to […]