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September 27, 2020

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Fantastic Four #5 (Review) – the Wedding of the Thing and Alicia Masters

Fantastic Four #5 – the Wedding of the Thing and Alicia Masters Marvel Comics, February 2019 Writer: Dan Slott Weddings in American superhero comics are usually ill-omened. Batman was recently left at the aisle by Catwoman; The Flash (Wally West) had his wedding to Linda Park interrupted by the villainous Abra Kadabra; Wolverine’s first wedding

Shatterstar #1 (Review)

Shatterstar #1 Marvel Comics, December 2018 Writer: Tim Seeley The character Shatterstar began existence as what we would now regard as a caricature of the American paramilitary superhero style convention of the 1990s. A tattooed face, long braided hair, swords, and grimaced teeth were part of a de rigeur package for superheroes of the time.

Weapon X #18 v Weapon H #1 (Comparative Review)

Weapon X #18 v Weapon H #1 (Comparative review) Marvel Comics, July 2018 Writer: Jason Pak Reading these two comics, it is remarkable how entirely different creative outputs, measured by quality, can have the same authorial source. Both issues are written by Jason Pak, and both are published by American purveyor of superhero titles, Marvel

Thor

The Mighty Thor #1 (Review)

The Mighty Thor #1 Marvel Comics, July 2018 Writer: Jason Aaron Jason Aaron continues his helmsmanship of the two Thor comics, a multidimensional superhero saga, loosely grounded in Norse mythology, published by American superhero publisher Marvel Comics. Mr Aaron has been writing Thor’s adventures since 2012. We have spent a lot of time and used

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