She Hulk

Review: Hulk Issue 1

Jennifer Walters has been the designated cool big sister of the Marvel universe for a while now. Her last pair of solo outings, written by Dan Slott and Charles Soule respectively, moved her definitively out of the angst cloud that traditionally hung over the Hulk characters and into something much more positive. Soule’s run in […]

Review: Hulk Issue 1

Nine Worlds Debrief: The Humanitarian Element: Superheroic Ethics – Heroism, compromise & the reality of intervening under fire

This is far more of a reading list than the last one. Most of the books here were covered in the panel but a couple didn’t come up and have occurred to me since. One note before we dive in; included here are Amazon and, where possible, Comixology links. Please, if you have a local

Nine Worlds Debrief: The Humanitarian Element: Superheroic Ethics – Heroism, compromise & the reality of intervening under fire

Comics Review Roundup: July 28th 2015

New Comics Day! The weekly injection of new pop cultural experimentation and fun into the zeitgeist’s bloodstream! Or something! Either way here are some of the comics I’ve read, reviewed and enjoyed in the last week over at Travelling Man’s blog. A-Force and Secret Wars prove that this Summer’s big Marvel crossover is genuinely fun and different. We

Comics Review Roundup: July 28th 2015

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