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Comics: Mini Rambles – February 26, 2014


Avengers Assemble #24

1) I’m finally liking Spider-Girl. I never really disliked her, but now I want to see what happens to her next.
2) Love the new Inhuman trait that showed up.
3) The banter between the characters is great.

Liked a lot. Continue reading


Comics: Mini Rambles – January 29, 2014


Avengers Assemble #23.INH

1) Love seeing superheroes as people.
2) Even though I like the story, I miss the larger team dynamic.
3) Really like how bright everything feels.

Liked. Continue reading

Comics: Mini Rambles – December 31, 2013


Flash #26

1) A nice stand alone issue, but it didn’t feel like it really mattered.
2) Love the comparison between Superman and the Flash in terms of speed.
3) I already miss Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato’s art and colours.

Liked. Continue reading

Comics: Mini Rambles – November 27, 2013


Avengers Assemble #21

1) Interaction and banter between the characters was great.
2) Story was very simple, but fun.
3) So glad to finally be done with Infinity tie-ins.

Liked. Continue reading

Comics: Mini Rambles – October 30, 2013


Avengers A.I. #5

1) Hank Pym trying to hack his brain.
2) Just enough mysteries answered as questions formed to be intriguing.
3) Doombot.

A significant improvement from last issue, when I was seriously considering dropping this book. I’m still not completely sold on it, but I’m willing to give it some more time. Continue reading

Comics: Mini Rambles – October 23, 2013


Daredevil #32

1) Somehow completely serious at the same time as utterly absurd.
2) It’s an issue that includes a bunch of characters I’ve never heard of, but that’s okay, because we’ll be given enough information to figure it out.
3) The back and forth between Matt Murdock and Foggy Nelson is exactly what a discussion between two long time friends should sound like.

LOVE. Horrified to discover it will be ending at issue 36. Continue reading

Comics: Mini Rambles – August 28, 2013


Captain Marvel #15

How do you combine the aftermath of a mini-event (Enemy Within) with a big event (Infinity)? Just like this. You don’t take the easy way and say “this takes place before…” No, you tie in the heartbreaking finale of Enemy Within and make it work perfectly in the context of a giant space battle. Continue reading