Civil War II #2 (Marvel Comics) STORY: Brian Michael Bendis ART: David Marquez (art), Justin Ponsor (colours) SO! We have another big event from one of the Big-2 comic publishers, this one feeling by default like an attempt to get … Continue reading Civil War II #2 (Marvel) – Event Comics. Do you really NEED to read?
2016.06.09-B Welcome back fellow comic fans, to another round of DC:Rebirth Reviewed – all read and reviewed by yours truly. It’s been a mixed bag of good and bad (as can be reasonably expected in any such large venture) – … Continue reading DC Rebirth Reviewed: Green Lanterns, Aquaman, Action Comics
So the much hyped and mixedly anticipated DC: Rebirth has gotten underway.
I don’t know what your background with all this is but here’s mine: I’m a DC fan since I was a kid, long before I was a Marvel fan or read any other comics besides Lee Falks Phantom, Tintin, Asterix and stuff like Amar Chitra Katha. I’ve had my ups and downs but I admit that the last 5 years have steadily seen me go from ardent DC follower to reading less and less and less until I had only 3 or 4 DC comics in my pull-list the past year or so. Continue reading “DC Rebirth Reviewed: Batman, Superman, Green Arrow”
Dune by Frank Herbert My rating: 5 / 5 stars As far as science fiction books go, Dune is hands down my favourite of all time – it has a lot of competition, but when it comes down to it, … Continue reading “Dune” by Frank Herbert (An Audible Audiobook Review)
I had recently seen the trailer for the new Star Trek movie, Star Trek: Beyond – You can see it here if you so choose: I was unsure about how to react to it – you should know that after … Continue reading Star Trek by Michael Bay?
Greetings fellow TV-fiends! I’ve been enjoying a lot of the really good and entertaining television out there in the past year or so, as my prior posts about TV shows might attest. But apart from the big, well known names … Continue reading 5 Most Under-Rated TV Shows right now!
Black Panther #1 (Marvel Comics)
STORY : Ta-Nehisi Coates
ART : Brian Stelfreeze (artist), Laura Martin (colours) & VC’s Joe Sabino (letters)
As the mighty Marvel engines roll on, both on-screen and on the page, so too does the effort to diversify – something that has been a recurring issue for years and has been gaining ground more recently. On a personal note, I feel it’s also been a great deal more successfully done and better managed at Marvel than by many of their peers.
One of the most prominent amongst the non-caucasian characters in the MU has been The Black Panther. King, Avenger, Defender and even member of the FF and the superhero Illuminati (of the MU), T’Challa has been a powerful force in this world over the years – but after an intense but rocky few years, we’re back with him once again and here’s hoping it’s a positive step. Continue reading “REVIEW: Black Panther #1 (Marvel Comics, 2016)”