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Uncanny Avengers #1 – REVIEW

When Marvel first announced a new Uncanny Avengers title – written by Gerry Duggan, with art from Ryan Stegman and colors by Richard Isanove – to debut during its post-“Secret Wars” relaunch, a

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Old Man Logan #5 – REVIEW

You’d think by the time a fifth entry — and conclusion of an arc — comes around, the writer has finally been able to tie-up loose ends, fill in plot

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Old Man Logan #4 – REVIEW

If you’re looking for a comic about an old, battle-worn Wolverine fighting hordes of zombies, who at every claw-slash and throat stab become more overwhelming, then Old Man Logan #4 should fit

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Old Man Logan #3 – REVIEW

Old Man Logan #3, written by Brian Michael Bendis with art by Andrea Sorrentino,  picks up where issue #2 left off, with Logan at the mercy of Baron Apocalypse, ruler of the

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Old Man Logan #2 – REVIEW

Tie-ins are a tricky business in comic books. Sometimes, you’ll get mediocre entries that serve no purpose other than selling more books to hungry fans craving to get the “whole

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Old Man Logan #1 – REVIEW

It’s been three weeks since the commencement of the event to end all events. Secret Wars has promised to be the biggest event in Marvel comics history, and although the core

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AXIS: Carnage #3 – REVIEW

The conclusion to the fantastic Carnage miniseries AXIS: Carnage is a weird one, to say the least. Issue #3 picks up where #2 ended, with Carnage realizing that his new

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AXIS: Carnage #2 – REVIEW

AXIS: Carnage #2 continues the crazy premise of the current “AXIS” arc by giving us a little more of a feel for how Carnage/Kasady is handling his new found change of

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AXIS: Carnage #1 – REVIEW

Carnage is back, baby. After a brief recess from his last debacle in the pages of Deadpool vs. Carnage, the psychopathic symbiote is back in action, creating chaos and killing

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