Category Archives: Morbius: The Living Vampire

  • Morbius: The Living Vampire #9 review

    FINAL ISSUE! And how does it all end up? The Rose says it best when he says: “I dreamed of something more.” Writer: Joe Keatinge Artist: Richard Elson Color Artist: Antonio Fabela Letterer: VC’s Clayton Cowles Cover Artist: Marco Checchetto Assistant Editor: Devin Lewis Editor: Sana Amanat Senior Editor:…

  • Morbius: The Living Vampire #8 review

    It’s the penultimate (that’s pretentious for “second-to-last”) issue of Morbius. Is it going out on top? Well, no. I don’t think anyone was expecting that at this point. Writer: Joe Keatinge Artist: Rich Elson Color Artist: Antonio Fabela Letterer: VC’s Clayton Cowles Cover Artist: David Lopez Editorial Assistant: Devin…

  • Morbius: The Living Vampire #7 review

    With just three issues left, Morbius: The Living Vampire seems intent on reminding us why it got cancelled. Writer: Joe Keatinge Artists: Valentine de Landro and Felix Ruiz Color Artist: Antonio Fabela Letterer: VC’s Clayton Cowles Cover Artist: David Lopez Editorial Assistant: Devin Lewis Editor: Sana Amanat Senior Editor:…

  • Morbius: The Living Vampire #6 review

    Not only an issue guest-starring the Superior Spider-Man but also an even numbered issue, this one has the potential to be the first good installment of the already-cancelled series (it will be ending with #9, if you hadn’t heard). So how does it actually do? Read on. Writer: Joe…

  • Morbius: The Living Vampire #5 review

    If you read last issue’s review you know that I saw a pattern beginning to grow that only even numbered issues of this series show any promise. That pattern continues… Writer: Joe Keatinge Artists: Rich Elson with Carlos Rodriguez Color Artist: Antonio Fabela Letterer: Clayton Cowles Cover Artist: David…

  • Morbius: The Living Vampire #4 review

    Before JJ Abrams came along to reboot the franchise, fans all knew one very important fact about Star Trek movies: the even numbered ones were the good ones. Four issues into this new Morbius series, I’m beginning to think the same rule is going to apply here. Writer: Joe…

  • Morbius: The Living Vampire #3 review

    After issue 2 greatly improved on the lackluster debut, can the third issue keep it up? Spoiler: No. A world of no. Writer: Joe Keatinge Artist: Richard Elson Color Artist: Antonio Fabela Letterer: VC’s Clayton Cowles Cover Artist: David Lopez Variant Cover Artist: Tomm Coker Editor: Sana Amanat Senior…

  • Morbius: The Living Vampire #2 review

    Take a pseudo-vampire, mix with a homeless teenage girl, and throw at a Ninja Turtles cartoon villain, and what do you get? Not sure yet, let’s talk it out after the break. Writer: Joe Keatinge Artist: Richard Elson Color Artist: Antonio Fabela Letterer: VC’s Clayton Cowles Cover Artists: Mike…

  • Morbius: The Living Vampire #1 review

    Well, here we are. I could write a very long intro to this review about how I’ve been a Morbius fan for about 2 decades, how I never thought I would see the day where Morbius gets a new ongoing amidst an initiative like Marvel Now, or all about…

  • Amazing Spider-Man #699.1 (Morbius #0) review

    Hey guys! Guest ASM reviewer Kevin Cushing here. Since this Point One issue is written by Joe Keatinge, writer of the upcoming Morbius: The Living Vampire series, and has been described by him as a Morbius zero issue, Brad, Don, and Erik graciously agreed to let me review this…