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  • Review of Lobster Johnson - Metal Monsters of Midtown #3

    Review: Lobster Johnson: Metal Monsters of Midtown #3

    The latest Lobster Johnson adventure concludes with a bang — not to mention a few “KRASH”es, “KRANG”s and “BOOM”s — as our hero once again goes head-to-head with the eponymous automatons. This time, however, he’s found a way to level the playing field, having located the secret control station for the decommissioned member of the […]

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    Invincible Iron Man #12 by Brian Michael Bendis & Mike Deodato

    Review: Invincible Iron Man #12 – The Stark Reality of War

    Readers are finally starting to see the impact of Civil War II – which pits Tony Stark’s Iron Man faction against Carol Danvers’ Ms. Marvel Brigade – in the pages of the core Iron Man book. Iron Man has been off in Japan dealing with threats to his company, only to come back to the […]

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    All-Star Batman # by Scott Snyder at TFAW.com

    Review: All Star Batman #1 – Synder Returns, Offers Batman Twist

    Of all the New 52 titles, Batman was least in need of a makeover in DC’s Rebirth. Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo did such an amazing job with the Dark Knight mythos during that time that it was hard to conceive anyone else at the helm of the Batman Rebirth title. Luckily, Tom King and […]

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    Sons of Anarchy: Redwood Original #1 at TFAW.com

    Review: Sons of Anarchy Redwood Original #1 – Jax Teller prospects Sons of Anarchy

    Sons of Anarchy is a television show created by Kurt Sutter about a 1% outlaw motorcycle club operating many charters in the United States and a couple charters overseas. The mother charter and main focus of the show, Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club, Redwood Original (SAMCRO), runs guns throughout the Western United States, making enemies […]

  • Review of Batman #4

    Review: Batman #4 – Everyone gets a Chance to be Brave

    Tom King is a fan of callbacks. The flashback scene in Batman #3 that showed a young Gotham walking obliviously with his parents into a mugging, then being saved from that horror by Batman was a nod to Batman’s own origin story. While the results of the two incidents were vastly different, both boys were […]

  • Review of Civil War II #4

    Review: Civil War II #4 – Explosive Verdict in Banner Murder Trial

    Some time has passed since the death of Bruce Banner at the hands of his friend and ally, Hawkeye. She-Hulk finally wakes up from her coma, and the first news she hears is that Hawkeye has been acquitted in the trial for Banner’s murder. In Civil War II #3, when the majority of the Marvel […]

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