Category Archives: 2014 Mini Series

  • Miles Morales joins the All-New, All-Different Avengers

    The last few days, Marvel has been revealing their new line up for one of their front runner books after Secret Wars. Marvel quickly ushered out an official look at the new roster and the full Uncanny Inhumans cover on Wired UK Thursday morning. The All-New All-Different Avengers shows…

  • Edge of Spider-Verse #5 Review

     “This is probably going to be weird for you…” Musician/writer Gerard Way makes his Spider-Man debut, closing out Edge of Spider-Verse. Do we end on a high note or is it all just noise? Writer: Gerard Way Artist: Jake Wyatt Color Artist: Ian Herring Letterer & Production: VC’s Clayton…

  • Edge of Spider-Verse #4 Review

     “You’ve heard it before, a million times…but you’ve never heard the story quite like this.”  After attempting to liberate creatures from lab testing, Patton Parnel gets bitten by an irradiated spider, changing not only his life, but of those around him. What sinister turn awaits? Writer: Clay McLeod Chapman…

  • Edge of Spider-Verse #3 Review

      “Wait, I know your face! You’re one of the victims.“ Aaron Aikman is the Spider-Man. When he’s not busy as a molecular biologist at Ikegami, he is busy protecting the city in armor of his own design from the threat of Naamurah, a threat far bigger and deeper than he…

  • Edge of Spider-Verse #2 Review

     “FACE IT TIGER THIS YOUR SHOT! FACE IT TIGER IT’S ALL YOU GOT!”   Gwen Stacy, your friendly neighborhood Spider-Woman, would probably prefer to just be the drummer for the Mary Janes, but after learning a lesson about power and responsibility, is now on the run from her cop…

  • Edge of Spider-Verse #1 Review

    “My sixth sense tells me when there’s danger, but I’ve been feeling it constantly for weeks now. A low-level, throbbing pulse.” 1939 New York. Spider-Man Noir faces the maleficent threat of aspiring gang lord, The Magnificent Mysterio. If he can escape his death trap in front of a live…

  • Superior Carnage Annual #1 Review (Spoilers)

    There’s an old saying, “You can never go home again.” In this issue, both Cletus Kasady and the symbiote will test this theory, even if it kills them. Superior Carnage Annual #1: Home Coming Writer: Cullen Bunn Artists: Kim Jacinto & Mike Henderson (Pages 21-30) Colorist: Jay Ramos Letterer:…

  • Inhumanity: Superior Spider-Man Review

    All that’s really missing is for someone in this issue to exclaim “Oh, the inhumanity!” Insert groan here. It’s my first review.  Be gentle with me. WRITER:  Christos Gage ART & COVER:  Stephanie Hans LETTERER:  VC’s Clayton Cowles PLOT:  Dealing with some of the fallout from the Inhumanity storyline…

  • Superior Carnage #5: Review (Spoilers)

    Are you ready for a show of theatrics, filled with secrets spilling out and death? Then have I got the issue for you. Superior Carnage #5 (Of Five): Wanted Writer: Kevin Shinick Artists: Stephen Segovia & Dan Kexia Inkers: Dennis Crisostomo & Don Ho & Dan Kexia Colorists: Jay…

  • Superior Carnage #2 Review (Spoilers)

    Last issue, the mood shifted from horrific to funny, often at the sake of the story. My biggest wish for the second issue was for them to pick a tone and run with it, and they do. So is this story as dark as those that came before or…

  • Superior Carnage #1 Review (Spoilers)

    Carnage USA was my favorite mini-series of 2012, I rather enjoyed Carnage before it, Minimum Carnage never happened, and now we get the third mini-series to feature Carnage in the past few years, though instead of Zeb Wells and Clayton Crain behind the scenes, Kevin Shinick (Avenging Spider-Man) and…