New Avengers #25 Review

NEW AVENGERS #25 Written by Brian Michael Bendis Art by Mike Deodato/Will Conrad Review by Bob Reyer I have been eagerly awaiting New Avengers #25—I know, it sounds ridiculous after my previous ravings ab... Read More...

Rebel Blood #2 Review

Rebel Blood #2 Written by Riley Rossmo and Alex Link Art by Riley Rossmo Reviewed by Steve Seigh Rebel Blood #2 is an odd book. So odd in fact that I find myself wishing that the next issue was av... Read More...

The Jungle Book #2 Review

The Jungle Book #2 Written by Mark L Miller Pencils by Carlos Granda Colors by Liezl Buenaventura Reviewed by Steve Seigh Tragedy strikes within the jungle as the newest war on Kipling Isle wag... Read More...

Dueling Reviews: AvX Vs. #1

Sometimes one review isn't enough, sometimes editors need to have their voices heard and sometimes there is nothing left to do but drop the gloves and fight it out. In a new column we are calling, Dueling Revie... Read More...

The Marvel Age of Movies: The Paleolithic Era

Long before the on-screen triumphs that Marvel is now experiencing with their linked universe of generally well-received films, they had an at-best spotty history with cinematic adaptations of their characters dating back almost 70 years.

Comic Book Haul 4/25/12

Every week on Talking Comics we are going to do a feature all about your comic book hauls for the week! So tweet us, email us @, or Facebook us pictures of your comic book purchases f... Read More...

Aquaman #8 Review

Aquaman #8 Written by Geoff Johns Art by Ivan Reis Colors by Joe Prado Reviewed by Steve Seigh I haven't been in this comic book game for very long, but even as I was growing up I don't ever re... Read More...

Daredevil #11 Review

Daredevil #11 Written by Mark Waid Art by Marco Checchetto Colors by Matt Hollingsworth Review by Bobby Shortle Some story lines expand on the over arching plot of a universe, some help to enri... Read More...

Secret Avengers #26 Review

Secret Avengers #26 Written by Rick Remender Art by Renato Guedes Colors by Bettie Breitweiser & Matthew Wilson Review by Bobby Shortle Do you remember Deep Impact? Come on yes you do, it w... Read More...