PMA ALL DAY! The Warriors get positive with 6 great reviews on 6 great comics!
Tagged All-New Ghost Rider, All-new invaders, Brian Posehn, City in the Desert, Dan Slott, Deadpool, Felipe Smith, Gerry Duggan, James Robinson, Michael Allred, Moro Rogers, Silver Surfer, Steve Pugh, Superior Spider-Man, Tradd Moore
Neil Gaiman’s Sandman returns. Samurai Jack also returns. There is much rejoicing.
Tagged Andrew Currie, Andy Suriano, Arrow, Battle of the Atom, Brian K. Vaughn, Brian Michael Bendis, Brian Wood, Chris Bachalo, Dustin Weaver, Esad Ribic, Fiona Staples, Giuseppe Camuncoli, Infinity, J.H. Williams III, Jason Aaron, Jerome Opeña, Jim Zub, Jonathan Hickman, Kris Anka, Mark Irwin, Matt Milla, Michael Dialynas, Mike Costa, Neil Gaiman, Saga, samurai jack, Sandman, Stuart Immonen, Superior Spider-Man, Tom Palmer, Victor Olazaba, Wade Von Grawbadger, Walking Dead
Superior Spider Man Review This is what has brought be back into comics. All I had been reading for months on end, year after year, were the absolute turds of comics. So I just dropped them all, stopped picking up my hold, and read Harry Potter books or whatever it …
The Wednesday Warriors take some inspiration from an unlikely source for another superior episode.
Tagged Adventures of Superman, Brian Wood, Chin Music, Geoff Johns, Human Bomb, Justice League of America, Matt Kindt, Next Testament, Olivier Coipel, Red Handed, Scott Synder, Sean Murphy, Steve Miles, Superior Spider-Man, the goon, The Wake, Tony Harris, X-Men
The Wednesday Warriors delve into part 2 of the season finale of Arrow and give their two cents about the new Iron Man 3 movie.
Tagged Age of Ultron, Arrow, Ben Templesmith, Brian Michael Bendis, Dan Slott, FCBD, Free Comic Book Day, Gutter Magic, Iron Man, Iron Man 3, J. Michael Straczynski, Superior Spider-Man, Ten Grand