REVIEW: The Illuminati (Marvel, 2015)

The Illuminati #1 (MARVEL, 2016) STORY : Joshua Williamson ART : Shawn Crystal There have been other Marvel series bearing this name, This is the recent one where supervillainThe Hood tries to recruit Titania and a bunch of villains to form his own evil Illuminati

Civil War II #2 (Marvel) – Event Comics. Do you really NEED to read?

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 some push thanks to the big release and hubbub over the fantastically entertaining Captain America:…

REVIEW: Black Panther #1 (Marvel Comics, 2016)

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…

Our 50th post: A nostalgia filled trip down memory lane

Hello Revuers, I’m proud to announce that this is our 50th post on Deja.Revue! When I started this site with my roommate back in November of 2014 I couldn’t have anticipated the great response and support from viewers like you. Thanks to die hard comics fan like us, we have grown exponentially over the course…

The Great Sorting… has begun!

So… I’ve been an unabashed fan of reading pretty much everything since I was a kid. From error-filled readings of newspaper articles which I didn’t even remotely understand that made my parents chuckle no end, to hilarious mispronunciations of words from silly Archie Comics (I remember my family having a huge laugh at me pronouncing…

Four Reads That Changed My Life.

I posted not too long ago about the short-list of books that most influenced/affected my life and my way of thinking in ways that I couldn’t have imagined Well recently a simple initiative by author and artist Jim Zub over on Twitter called #fourcomics really made the slow gears in my brain grind in directions…