I wish Iceman was better. [Read more…] about I Can Legacy Clearly Now #10: Iceman #6 – Funeral For a Friend
There are three major Marvel characters that writer Greg Pak (in some cases alongside writing partner Fred Van Lente) has absolutely owned since the mid-2000’s: The Incredible Hulk (Bruce Banner), The Incredible Hercules, and Amadeus Cho (with pup in tow). [Read more…] about I Can Legacy Clearly Now #9: Incredible Hulk #709 – Planet Hulk Redux
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!