Of all the “Legacy” titles I’ve covered so far, Amazing Spider-Man’s renumbered relaunch follows hottest on the heels of Secret Empire (not including the Cap tease in Marvel Legacy #1 of course). [Read more…] about I Can Legacy Clearly Now #8: Amazing Spider-Man #789 – Everybody Hates Pete
There’s not much use fighting it anymore – Marvel’s Netflix and ABC TV output has hit a serious creative rut, and is frankly stuck in an unfamiliar realm of mediocrity. [Read more…] about Marvel’s Defenders Review! Marvel TV Is Stuck
Avengers #672 opens with extremely effective and intriguing framing. From top to bottom, the page – written by Mark Waid and rendered by Jesus Diaz – presents Peter Parker, Spider-Man, delivering a flash-like vibrating warning. As your eye-line tries to uncover the infinitely overlaid message, Peter transitions panel by panel into Miles Morales, the Champions’ Spider-Man. [Read more…] about I Can Legacy Clearly Now #6: Avengers #672 – Worlds Are Colliding, Jerry!
Marvel’s relaunch of Spirits of Vengeance is one of a handful of new series launches within Marvel Legacy. The premise, as executed by the creative team of Victor Gischler and David Baldeon, essentially builds their own version of Justice League Dark starring Son of Satan, Ghost Rider, Blade and eventually Satana. [Read more…] about I Can Legacy Clearly Now #5: Spirits of Vengeance #1 – Nostalgia Rides Again
In theory, Marvel’s “Legacy” initiative is intended to restore Marvel’s strong history while simultaneously keeping the door open for new readers. [Read more…] about I Can Legacy Clearly Now #4: Iron Fist #73 – Long In The Sabretooth