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When the Avengers assemble, so too do Lawrence's minions of pop culture criticism!
If youâ€™re looking for a fun and inspired summer read on your Kindle or tablet device, Astro Van by Flanagan is an excellent choice for a lounge chair or outdoor day at the coffee shop.
There's good and bad in every videogame demo. Lawrence exposes the bullet points straight up with no excessive felatio.
Everything you've heard about this comic is true. It's a cosmic epic that is already giving the benchmark for comparison, Annihilation, a run for it money.
This story goes to show you that thereâ€™s more than one cosmic epic to pay attention to this summer. Ottleyâ€™s art is absolutely amazing.
Bendis is using this bi-monthly mini-series to heal the wounds between this trio of leaders and I would like to observe that he has started with a bang!
The icons weâ€™ve read about in comics have been fully realized, but have they been properly applied?
This comic left a miserable taste in my mouth. It felt like this story needed at least three more issues to flesh it out. This is not Superman.
Maybe my expectations are too high for a "Second Coming" book; the fact that any book where a main character yells out,"Go Team Science," just makes me cringe.