Comic Previews

My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic “A Hearth’s Warming Tail” Review

Christmas stories are commonplace in most shows. My Little Pony had the solid “Hearth’s Warming Eve” back in Season 2 and “Hearthbreakers” in Season 5. Today’s episode is sort of a sequel to the former. I think “A Hearth’s Warming Tail” should have been saved for much later in the year, but that’s a minor […]

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My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic “The Crystalling” Review

Short breaks between seasons are rare, but certainly welcome. My Little Pony concluded its fifth season back in November. Just four months later and #6 has begun. The last major hiatus was almost a whole year, so this was shocking but no one’s complaining. Season 5 ended rather peculiarly: the redemption of Starlight Glimmer and […]

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STAR WARS: DARTH VADER ANNUAL #1 Review

The following contains spoilers for Star Wars: Darth Vader Annual #1. In my recent review of Star Wars Annual #1, I noted that a good annual can subvert our expectations while still delivering a self-contained story that provides excellent entertainment. As far as self-contained stories are concerned, the new Darth Vader Annual is a success. […]

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STAR WARS ANNUAL #1 Review

The following review contains mild spoilers for Star Wars Annual #1. Most comic book annuals strive to deliver big stories, often crossing over several characters from other franchises. You might see Spider-Man and Dr. Strange on the pages of Astonishing X-Men, and it isn’t surprising to see the Green Lantern make an appearance in a […]

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My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #34 Review

The big, new arc of the MLP saga has begun! How does ‘Siege of the Crystal Empire’ Part One fare? Let’s take a look. Here’s the official description from IDW: ‘Siege of the Crystal Empire’ Part 1! A enigmatic new foe brings together some of the most villainous characters in Equestria to attack the Crystal […]

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WE CAN NEVER GO HOME #1 Review

Reading comic stories you already expect them to have a sense of creativity and a world filled with imagination. This story adds a sense of conflict without messing up where they were trying to go with the story. We Can Never Go Home #1 is unbelievably well done. When you first grab the comic, the […]

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