Category Archives: 2011 Mini Series

  • Spider-Island #5 Review (+ Event Review) (Spoilers)

    Y’all ready for the boss battle round of Spider-Island? After getting the lowest grade yet last issue, Flash and his creative team will make one last Hail Mary pass to save the Spider-Island, domain and series alike. Are they successful? Spider-Island #5: The Grand Finale Writer: Christos Gage Artist:…

  • Spider-Island #3 (2015) Review (Spoilers)

    Agent Venom continues to race against the Queen and her army this issue. Does the addition of Vincent Stegron and Peter Parker to Flash’s team help or hinder this issue? Spider-Island #3: Goblin Knight in Shining Armor Writer: Christos Gage Artist: Paco Diaz Colorist: Frank D’Armata Letterer: Travis Lanham…

  • Spider-Island: Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #3 Review

      Interesting Tid-Bit: Be sure to catch Iron Fist along with Dr. Strange, Namor, Silver Surfer, and Red She-Hulk in the new ongoing ‘Defenders.’   Spider-Island: Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #3 Conclusion: The Zen of Spiders Writer: Antony Johnston Penciler: Sebastian Fiumara and Leandro Fernandez Inker: John Lucas…

  • Marvel Adventures Spider-Man 20

    Marvel Adventures Spider-Man 20 Writer-Paul Tobin and Kevin Deters Pencils-Matteo Lolli, Rob DiSalvo and Joe Matteo Inks-Terry Pallot, Victor Olazaba, and Joe Matteo Colors-Sotocolor and Joe Matteo I was bitten by a radioactive spider. It gave me super human speed, strength, and other awesome abilities. At first it was…

  • Spider-Island: The Amazing Spider-Girl #3

    The final issue of the Spider-Girl saga… again. Spider-Island: The Amazing Spider-Girl #3 “The Devil You Don’t” Writer: Paul Tobin Artists: Pepe Larraz Colorist: Andres Mossa Letterer: Dave Sharpe Cover Artists: Ale Garza & Andres Mossa ***WARNING: SPOILERS AHEAD*** The Plot: From our last issue, we fast forward to…

  • Marvel Adventures Spider-Man 19

    Marvel Adventures Spider-Man 19 Writer- J.M. Dematteis and Sean Collins Art-Clayton Henry and Pere Perez Colors- Andrew Dalhouse and Jordie Bellaire JMD is here! I’m a huge fan. Does he maintain his amazing streak on Spidey here? Only one way to find out. Leave lots of comments as well. I…

  • Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #2 Review

    Interesting Tid-Bit: Ai Apaec, AKA Paeces, AKA Aia Ai Apaec, AKA The Decapitator, is the protector of the Moche, provider of water, food, and victory in battle. He usually appeared as a young, muscular man with large fangs wearing a Jaguar headdress, snake head earrings, and a double headed…

  • Spider Island Cloak and Dagger 3 review

    The Last two issues of Cloak and Dagger were amazing, and they both got a 5/5 from me. Will this issue live up to my  expectation? Read on and find out, and, for the love of God, leave comments. They are the life blood I feed on.  Cloak and…

  • Fear Itself #7 – Review

    Personal Fear #7 – Monsters, martians, murderers, oh my. So if you haven’t gathered from the first six entries, I’m pretty much afraid of everything. In fact, afraid of so many things that it’s hard to just pick seven. So this last one pretty much encompasses my fear of…

  • Marvel Adventures Spider-Man 18 review

    I was bitten by a radioactive spider. It gave me super human strength, speed, and other awesome abilities. At first it was cool. I used my powers to become a celebrity. Then my uncle was killed by and I could have stopped. I’m doing my best to make up…

  • Spider-Island: Cloak and Dagger #2 review

    Cloak and Dagger 2 Writer- Nick Spencer Art- Emma Rios Colors-Javier Rodriguez     First I want to apologize for the lateness of my review. I have been very sick with mono. That’s right, mono, the ‘kissing disease’. That’s what happens when a girl tells you she has mono,…

  • Spider-Island: The Amazing Spider-Girl #2 Review

    Straight-up Boring Tidbit: I was curious as to what the title of this issue was alluding. A quick Google search pointed me to an Alice Cooper song titled “I Am the Spider” from his 2008 album Along Came a Spider. This is a brief excerpt: Along came a Spider…

  • Spider-Island: The Amazing Spider-Girl #1 Review

    Straight-up Boring Tidbit: There seems to be some confusion about the actual title of this issue. The cover itself and checklists call it “Spider-Island: Spider-Girl”, yet solicitations and publishing info refer to it as “Spider-Island: The Amazing Spider-Girl.” I’m using the latter for the lulz. Spider-Island: The Amazing Spider-Girl…

  • Spider-Island Deadly Foes Review

    The Basics Phil Urich dons his Hobgoblin costume and puts his plan into winning Norah Winters heart into high gear. He decides that the easiest way to beat the competition is to actually murder the competition. While Hobgoblin openly attacks Norah’s boyfriend Randy Robertson, it becomes apparent that Norah’s…

  • Spider-Island: Spider-Woman Review

    Interesting Tid-Bit: Have you read Brian Michael Bendis’s Spider-Woman run?  If you have not, I beg you to give it a chance!  It is wonderful and made a Spider-Woman fan out of me!   Spider-Island: Spider-Woman Writer: Fred Van Lente Penciler: Giuseppe Camuncoli Inker: Klaus Janson Colorist: Frank D’Armata…

  • Marvel Adventures: Spider-Man 17 review

    Spider-Man Marvel Adventures 17 Writer-Paul Tobin Pencils-Matteo Lolli and Di Salvo Colors-Soto color Inks-Terry Pallot I was bitten by a radioactive spider. It gave me super human strength, speed, and other awesome abilities. At first it was cool. I used my powers to become a celebrity. The my uncle…

  • Fear Itself #6 – Review

    Personal Fear #6 – Flying. As in flying in an airplane. Flying like Thor, or Magneto or Storm would be very cool. But sitting in a heavy, large, metal box does not make sense to me. And then once you get up there, there’s no getting out of it.…

  • Spider-Island: Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #1 Review

    Interesting Tid-Bit: Shang-Chi first appeared in Special Marvel Edition #15.  Shang-Chi is an amalgamation of Sax Rohmer’s pulp novel villain Dr. Fu Manchu and the Kung Fu television program.  He has no special superpowers, but he exhibits extraordinary skills in the martial arts and is a master of Wushu…

  • Spider-Man Marvel Adventures 16 review

    Spider-Man 16 Writer-Paul Tobin Pencils-Matteo Lolli Inks-Terry Pallot Colors-Sotocolor I was bitten by a radioactive spider. It gave me super human strength, speed, and other awesome abilities. At first it was cool. I used my powers to become a celebrity. Then my uncle was killed by a man I…

  • Ultimate Fallout #6 – Review

    This is it, the final issue of the weekly miniseries Ultimate Fallout. Was it as good as what people have been saying about it? Will fans of the Ultimate Universe be satisfied with the ending? Who leaves, who stays and who blames themselves for Peter’s death? What are you…

  • Fear Itself #5 – Review

    Personal Fear #5 – The infinite, emptiness of space. It’s awful and just goes on, and on, and on. (Like my writing.) I think it would be really cool to see Earth from the outer space perspective, but what that requires is just too much for me to handle.…

  • Ultimate Fallout #5 – Review

    Wait, where’s the review for Ultimate Fallout #5? Well with balancing my life between family, friends, prepping for my classes in the coming fall and trying to have some spare time as your misunderstood web slinging reviewer… it’s taken a lot of energy out of me. But here I…

  • Spider Island: Cloak and Dagger #1 (of 3) review

    Cloak and Dagger #1 Writer- Nick Spencer Art- Emma Rios Colors- Javier Rodriguez First, let me say that I hope you all buy this comic. If the world could have a successful Cloak and Dagger series, that could unite the races. No more white and black tensions, the Israeli’s…

  • Ultimate Fallout #4 – Review

    “Whenever an era dies, another era begins”. That seems to be the case in this issue. People almost everywhere seem to be talking the big topic: the new Ultimate Spider-Man. This is the issue readers have been looking forward to the most, but did it deliver? All this plus:…

  • Ultimate Fallout #3 – Review

    Hey there wall crawlers, Nathaniel here to give you the low down on Ultimate Fallout. What did Tony Stark inherit after his brother’s death? Can Jean Gr – er, I mean Karen Grant, control the Hulk? And what is the fate of the “Amazing Friends” now that Peter is…

  • Fear Itself Spider-Man 3 review

    Fear Itself Spider-Man 3 Writing-Chris Yost Art-Mike McKone Colors-Jeremy CoxPlot: Issue three has Spidey arriving at a hospital with a very pregnant Karen, as Ben Grimm starts attacking. Spidey tries to reason with his good friend and fellow FFer, to no avail, as he is hit with the mystical…

  • Fear Itself Spider-Man 2 Review

    Fear Itself: Spider-Man Writer-Chris Yost Art-Mike Mckone Colors-Jeremy Cox First I want to apologize for the lateness of this review. I have had massive amounts of college work and other things to take care of. I guess that’s what happens when you put everything off till the last minute,…

  • Ultimate Fallout #2 – Review

    What’s up web slingers, long time no see? Last time in Ultimate Fallout we saw Steve Rogers telling Aunt May that he’s to blame for her nephew’s death. Did she take that kind of news kindly? Well by now you know that answer so I’ll just say, “no, she…

  • Ultimate Fallout #1 – Review

    It’s the end before a new beginning. First off I want to thank Brian Bradley for letting me review this as he knows I’m a big Ultimate Universe fan. With this mini shipping out every week it means you’ll be hearing from me… every week for most of the…