Thor #1 brings us a new Thor to go alongside the new creative team. Thor has ascended to the throne, and that in itself is a major change for this hero
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The Marked #3 brings Liza and Shadowgate's plans one step further, and that is a truly terrifying aspect. Their work has finally caught the attention of The...
What makes a hero? Is it their powers? Or is it their actions? Valkyrie, aka Jane Foster, may not consider herself a hero, but she certainly acts the part...
While Terry is out of commission, a new hero has stepped up to the plate in Batman Beyond #38. But so have new villains.
Ghost-Spider #4 brings us a confident Gwen Stacy. This is a Gwen that has found the balance in her life. And yet readers are well aware of the danger that Gwen...
Gwen's miniseries and battle continues in Gwenpool Strikes Back #4. She's upping the ante and taking on the Hulk. All in an attempt to save her series.
A whole new side of Carol is taking the limelight in Captain Marvel #12. And thus begins a new plot arc; 'The Last Avenger.'
Deadpool #1 starts the mercs newest comic run, and it does so with a bang. And a lot of blood. But that's about par for the course, all things considered.
Charlie and Vita are taking a well earned break from all the stress and running in Crowded #10, but that doesn't mean everyone else is resting.
Power corrupts. Magic is power. And thus, magic should never be allowed to get into the wrong hands. The Marked #2 goes a long way in teaching us all of the...
Farmhand #11 brings us a Freetown in peril, and a Jedidiah brought down low enough to seek out answers – and advice.
Gwen's fight for ratings has reached an all-new level in Gwenpool Strikes Back #3. It's a chaotic tale involving many fan favorites of the Marvel universe.
Batman Beyond #36: when everything is on the line, it’s always amazing to see who shows up to help, and how quickly things change.
Daphne is still getting used to living in a house full of ghosts in Ghosted in L.A. #2, and that means there’s plenty of questions she’d like answered.
The robotic bounty hunter is back in Death’s Head #1, and things go about as chaotically as you might expect. But at least it’s not short on entertainment.
Even when things go his way, Loki can’t seem to stop with the mischief. So it’s no wonder he’s letting off some steam in Loki #1.