Review: Harley Quinn #15

By Jonah Gregory on

Things are not going well for Harley Quinn. She’s overworked, overstressed, and has too many demands on her time. That doesn’t even include her trying to be a superhero on the side. All she really wants to do is get home to her pets and get some sleep, but she can’t even do that without …

Review: Spider Gwen #1

By Ben Stonick on

Written by Jason Latour and Art by Robbi Rodriguez It’s here! One of the hottest new comic series starts this week with Spider-Gwen issue one. This issue, while not being absolutely mindblowingly awesome as the character’s introductory issue in Edge of the Spider-Verse, still delivers on the promise that Gwen Stacy is your new favorite …

Review: Amazing Spider-Man #14

By Ben Stonick on

Written by Dan Slott, Art by Giuseppe Camuncoli and Oliver Coipel I’m going to be upfront here; Spider-Man is my favorite superhero. This might lead you to believe that I will pour praise over every issue of Amazing Spider-Man that comes out. This would be quite incorrect! By having Spidey as my all time favorite, …

Review: Thor #5

By Ben Stonick on

Written by Jason Aaron, Art by Jorge Molina The Goddess of Thunder has truly arrived. If you have not been keeping up with this recent change up at the house of ideas, you need to fix that ASAP. While this particular issue is a bit of a dip, it is still one of the better …