Archer & Armstrong #1 Review Another new book from Valiant, Archer & Armstrong hopes to grab your attention with tongue in cheek jabs at American culture, ancient history, and religious fanatics. A&A is written by Fred Van Lente, known mostly by me for his works on the Marvel Zombies one shots, and is drawn by Clayton Henry of Adventure Comics. Archer & … [Read more...]
Avengers vs X-Men AvX #9 Review
Avengers vs X-Men AvX #9 Review Easily the most exciting and stress driven Marvel comic on the market right now, the Avengers vs X-Men series has taken each hero, including the more powerful Phoenix Five, to their breaking point. One team member of the Phoenix Five, Namor, in attempts to single-handedly destroy Wakanda and the Avengers in refuge there, was defeated. … [Read more...]
Play Mate of the Apes Review
Black Kiss 2 #1 is brand spanking new this week, spanking possibly being used in a more inappropriate manner, with another erotic, yet not so artsy Play-Mate of the Apes. Because I, and the owners of Cosmic Comics! like to keep the reviews to a PG-13 rated type standard, the Black Kiss 2 review in it's entirety can be found over at nerdfarmblog.com. It's explorations into … [Read more...]
Deadpool Kills The Marvel Universe, No Really, There Will Be Death.
Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe #1 Review Deadpool has been popular as of late, well hell, he's always been quite popular. Who doesn't like a wise cracking assassin with regeneration powers? In Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe #1, Deadpool takes his fame one step over the edge, prepare for the slaughter. The Watcher sees all, and he's about to see lots of death, … [Read more...]
Debris #1 Review
Debris #1 Review The post-apocalyptic book from Image and Shadowline Productions has taken a tried and true formula and created an unexpected engrossing world in Debris #1. Believe the hype, Debris is a book you wont want to miss. In Debris #1 there is no life outside the walls of the tribes village. The tribe survives by pumping water from the dry ground and are guarded by … [Read more...]
Wonderland #1 Review Comes With Baggage
Wonderland #1 Review "The following story takes place after the events of The Dream Easter Saga #4 and Wonderland 2012 Annual" Take note of that first quote. I personally have never read any of the Wonderland works from Zenescope, of course the perky, scantly clad women on every cover always catch my eye and are quickly followed by a shameless perusing of the issues, diving … [Read more...]
X-Treme X-Men #1 Review. Awesome Dazzler.
X-Treme X-Men #1 Review A revamped series brought back from the dead, X-Treme X-Men #1 is the first issue since it's hiatus in 2004. Greg Pak and Stephen Segovia have written a book full of so many X-Men multiverses it'll make your head spin. Don't worry though, it has Dazzler in it. In X-Treme X-Men #1 Charles Xavier's 100 functioning decapitated heads with the help of … [Read more...]