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July 24, 2017

Posts by: Neil Raymundo

Centipede #1 (Review)

Centipede #1 Dynamite Comics/Atari, July 2017 Writer: Max Bemis “Centipede” #1 is the start of a new comic book mini-series created in partnership between American comic book publisher Dynamite Entertainment and American software developer Atari, Inc. The comic is based on the fixed shooter arcade game of the same title, released in 1980 by Atari

Spider-Men II #1 (review)

Spider-Men II #1 Marvel Comics, July 2017 Writer: Brian Michael Bendis “Spider-Men II” is a new comic book series from American publisher Marvel Comics. It focuses on the two characters that are currently fighting crime under the Spider-Man alter ego, named Peter Parker and Miles Morales. The former, a character established in 1962, is well-known

Hal Jordan and The Green Lantern Corps #24 (Review)

Hal Jordan and The Green Lantern Corps #24 DC Comics, July 2017 Writer: Robert Venditti We have written about American publisher’ DC Comics’ “Green Lantern” characters previously. Our reviews of these titles have not been happy. This review has a very different tone. “Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps” #24 is not a great

Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe, Again #1 (Review)

Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe, Again #1 Marvel Comics, July 2017 Writer: Cullen Bunn In 2012, American superhero comic publisher Marvel Comics released a non-canonical comic book miniseries titled “Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe.” We use the term “non-canonical” because that is the American superhero genre’s term for stories which fall outside its regularly continuity.

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