Critiquing Thanos and the limits of deconstruction.
Young Avengers provides a fun and thoughtful exploration of the contradictions inherent to the transformation from adolescence to adulthood.
Brief reviews of comics released the weeks of 1/13 and 1/20 – including Ms. Marvel #3, the Mighty Thor #3 and Sam Wilson: Captain America #5
Brief reviews of comics released November 25 to December 2, 2015; including Totally Awesome Hulk #1 and Prez #6.
Brief reviews of comics that came out from 11/4 to 11/18, 2015 (plus a few outliers), including: Spider-Woman #1, Mighty Thor #1 and Monstress #1.
If there is one thing we can count on in mainstream superhero comics it is the strange tension between the accretion of change and the status quo.
At the heart of Dan Slott’s run on She-Hulk is a alternately critical and nostalgic concern with continuity and rupture in serialized superhero comic books.
When superhero contingencies are indistinguishable from supervillain schemes.
If Banner’s anger is inextricable from his immediate social world, the Hulk’s anger is more basic, primal and constant. It is the anger of being.