Wolverine #12 Review

Wolverine #12 Writer – Paul Cornell Pencils & Inks – Pete Woods Colors – David Curiel Letters – Cory Petit Review by Joey Braccino Paul Cornell’s run on Wolverine has traversed two volumes... Read More...

Wolverine #4 Review

Wolverine #4 Written by Paul Cornell Pencils by Ryan Stegman (with David Baldeon) Inks by Morales, Stegman, & Hanna Colors by David Curiel Letters by Cory Petit   I’ve been picking... Read More...

Wolverine To Become “Killable”

"Just hand me the Bactine. I'll be fine."   Wolverine has gone through a lot of changes over the years. He's been a Samurai, he's been possessed by demons, he's been a Canadian operative (Alpha Flig... Read More...

Wolverine #1 Review

Wolverine #1 Written by Paul Cornell Art by Alan Davis Review by Bobby Shortle One of the sick fascinations that comes along with a Wolverine comic is seeing what grotesque injuries a writer can i... Read More...

Ranking the New 52: #29-20

  By Bobby Shortle Welcome to my ranking of the DC Comics New 52! I have spent the better part of the last month reading and re-reading all of the comics that debuted in this industry changing re... Read More...

Review: Saucer Country #1

Saucer Country #1 Publisher: Vertigo Written by Paul Cornell Art & Cover by Ryan Kelly Colors by Giulia Brusco Reviewed by Steve Seigh Governor Arcadia Alvarado has got a lot on her mind... Read More...

Review: Demon Knights #4

Demon Knights #4 Written by Paul Cornell Art by Diogenes Neves and Oclair Albert Review by Bobby Shortle I worried last month that the very basis of the Demon Knights book might be flawed. I pur... Read More...

Review: Demon Knights #3

Demon Knights #3 Written by Paul Cornell Art by Diogenes Neves and Oclair Albert Review by Bobby Shortle Last month’s Demon Knights was a bombastic battle heavy thrill ride whose every character... Read More...