Category Archives: Comic Book Reviews

  • THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #564 REVIEW

    Here’s a review of another exciting issue of Amazing Spider-Man. Please read the full article and COMMENT!!! THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #564 “Threeway Collision!” WRITER: Marc Guggenheim, Bob Gale, and Dan Slott PENCILS: Paulo Siqueira INKS: Amilton Santos & Paulo Siqueira COLORS: Antonio Fabela PLOT: This issue retells the same…

  • Amazing Spider Girl #21 Review

    WHO’S THAT GIRL?! Is the Cover Blurb for this ish, the MC-2’s second chapter of the exciting tale that titanic Tom, Ravishing Ron, and Sly Sal could be the only ones to muster! Read on True Believer, as we go into…. Amazing Spider-Girl #21 Writer: Tom DeFalco Artist: Ron…

  • Secret Invasion #1 Review

    Hey Guys, I know it’s been a while since I’ve done a review but I’ve decided to make up for it by tackling the Secret Invasion mini series. I’ll be doing both this and the BND mini as well. Wish me luck and I promise I’ll have as few…

  • THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #563 REVIEW

    Now that the Merry Marvel Bullpen has finally fixed Spider-Man’s broken timeline, superstar creators like Bob Gale can bring us thrilling tales that the old status quo’s constraints made impossible – like the Enforcers in bumper cars!! In all seriousness, this cover could have been an instant classic, but…

  • Avengers/Invaders #2 Review

    Interesting Tidbit #2: While mini-series with four to six issues seem the best investment for comic publishers, twelve issue maxi-series were quite popular during the 1980s.  Many unforgettable and influential series came out during this decade such as SECRET WARS, CRISIS ON INFINITE EARTHS, WATCHMEN, AMETHYST, PRINCESS OF GEM…

  • Avengers/Invaders #1 Review

        Here’s an interesting tidbit for you:  The first miniseries ever was DC Comics’ World of Kryptonin 1979.  This new format, which actually evolved from the regular back-up stories that appeared in each comic, allowed writers to tell stories that would not necessarily fit into a monthly title, and would…

  • THE AMAZING SPIDER-MAN #562 REVIEW

    Testing … testing … testing…  Hey, this whole “I can update these myself” thing isn’t half bad.  Anyway, I’m here to share with you my review of this week’s ASM.  Fans have given a mixed response to Bob Gale’s previous issues, so you’ll have to click the “Read the…

  • Amazing Spider-Girl #17 Er, I mean, 19 Review

    Amazing Spider-Girl #17 Er, I mean, 19 Story: DeFalco Art: Frenz Inks Bucemea Story: A couple of years ago, Marvel introduced the OTHER Spider-Girl, Arana, on the scene. There was a fight over the name, and of course, the fans were vocal enough to give her a new codename.…

  • Amazing Spider-Girl #18 Review

    Amazing Spider-Girl #18 Writer: Tom DeFalco Art: Ron Frenz Inks: Sal Bucemea Reviewed By: Spideydude Story: With Ben having his surgery, Hobgoblin vs. the underworld, with Spider-Girl in the middle, along with Crimelord, who has Fisk’s files. (Which goes back to arc 1 of this book) Oh, and Mindworm.…