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Fun and refreshing comic from Mark Waid and Chris Samnee.
No teen screw-up cliché is missed. Just roll your eyes at each one between swigs of Pepto-Bismol.
Almost as much as a disaster as Thunderbolts #14. Almost.
EIC Matt McGloin says it's not worth the paper it's printed on.
Byron says if you loved Infinity, you'll like this true tie-in event.
Byron reviews the latest episode of the new Stephen King hit TV series.
In theaters now! And CBN's Lawrence Naploi offers his thoughts on the latest starring Aaron Johnson and Chloe Moretz.
Byron reviews the latest issue of GLC.
M.E. Byron Brewer offers, "Truly an enjoyable book of cosmic proportions."
M.E. Byron Brewer reviews the latest episode.
One of the weakest in the Trinity War chapters.
Another great read from a revamped pulp hero. Loving these noir tales!
Lawrence Napoli reviews director Neil Blomkamp's latest SF film, but it's not the best of the Summer.
The cosmic opus Jonathan Hickman fans have been waiting for!
M.E. Byron Brewer offers his thoughts on this week's issue.
Bottom line...it's about time, you made time for, Zoe: Out of Time...
Byron reviews the latest episode of the hit CBS Stephen King series.
No man of tomorrow, this pulp-style superman wants to be fun and retro, but just isn't.
Definitely the best of the worst to date
With all the fallout from AvX , X-Men has certainly been one of the bright spots of Marvel NOW.
Like Atrocitus, Red Lanterns needs a kickstart to the heart.
Fate sisters Sully and Alaya continue their balancing act as a world holds its collective breath!
Another great episode with human drama and pathos all deriving from the dropping of the dome.
Lawrence Naploli offers, "Yet another summer 'blockbuster' that loses its luster for not having that 'IT' factor that makes it a must see."