Diet Coke spoils are mood and we spoil some great great comics! A new start for the Uncanny Avengers, a new start for the new end of Quantum and Woody, a shocking Batman revelation regarding a Joker, and a trippy new Vertigo book, Effigy.
Tagged Batman, Daniel Acuña, DC, Effigy, Greg Capullo, Joker, Marley Zarcone, Marvel, Quantum and Woody, Rick Remender, Scott Snyder, Secret Wars, Tim Seeley, Valiant, Vertigo
Sean Black joins us in a comatose state. More than likely from reading Jason Aaron’s Southern Bastards #1 which the Wednesday Warriors all hail as a must-read.
Tagged Dan Slott, Iron Fist, Jason Aaron, Jason Latour, Kaare Andrews, Marco Castiello, Matt Kindt, Michael Allred, Paul Renaud, Rebel Heist, Rick Remender, Silver Surfer, Southern Bastards, Star Wars, Uncanny Avengers
The Wednesday Warriors celebrate their 5 Year Anniversary. They review new comics as well as reflect about the past.
John Travolta Month winds down to a glorious end as the Wednesday Warriors review James Robinson’s Fantastic Four and more.
Tagged A.C. Zamudio, Adam Kubert, Aron Warner, Brett Weldele, Captain America, Chris Bachalo, Cullen Bunn, Dan McDaid, Fantastic Four, James Robinson, Jason Aaron, Kieron Gillen, Leonard Kirk, Nic Klein, Nick Bradshaw, Noah Smith, Nuno Alves, Origin II, Pariah, Pepe Larraz, Phillip Gelatt, Ramon Perez, Rick Remender, Shawn Crystal, Steve McNiven, Steve Sanders, The Remains, Tim Townsend, Todd Nauck, Tommy Lee Edwards, Uncanny Avengers, Vandroid, Wolverine & the X-Men
The Wednesday Warriors properly begin 2014 with a polar vortex of comic reviews!
Tagged Adrian Alphona, Al Ewing, All-New Marvel Now, Avengers, Brian K. Vaughan, Brian Michael Bendis, Brian Wood, Conan, Dan Slott, Deadpool: The Gauntlet, Fiona Staples, G. Willow Willson, Gerry Duggan, Humberto Ramos, James Robinson, Lee Garbett, Loki, Michael Allred, Ms. Marvel, NAthan Edmonson, Nick Spencer, Paul Jenkins, Phil Noto, Rags Morales, Reilly Brown, Revelations, Riccardo Burchielli, Rick Remender, Saga, Silver Surfer, Steve McNiven, Steve Pugh, Ultimate Cataclysm, Uncanny Avengers
The Warriors welcome winter with a blizzard of reviews about TV and comics. Rick Remender’s continued dominance of medium, along with new and indie comic reviews.
Tagged Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Arrow, Black Science, Infinity, Jim Cheung, Jonathan Hickman, Kelly Sue DeConnick, Matt Kindt, Maxx, Pretty Deadly, Rick Remender, Steve McNiven, Uncanny Avengers, Unity, Valentine, Voice in the Dark, Walking Dead