MARVEL & DC Reviews 3/20

Hey everyone and welcome to the Big 2 roundup here on Unleash The Fanboy. This is a new addition to the site where gather up all of our Big 2 comic reviews, tie them up in a neat little bow, and present them to you; our loyal visitors. I’m your host Marcell, and I will be your guide through the murky waters of the New 52 & the dense jungles of Marvel NOW. Without any further stalling on my part, let’s get this party started.

Justice League #18

From the first page to the final panel each talent brings an honesty and commitment to their work as a flair of versatility results in a concrete showcase that’s sure to please devoted followers.  I literally have no complaints about the finished job on display in this specific outing.

Justice League #18 is another really good release that does more than enough to keep their audience thoroughly entertained.  Recommended.

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4/5

 

Wonder Woman #18

Not once did I feel that the amount of talent on this book did anything more or less than give this specific outing a charming advantage.  It wasn’t a distraction in the least, instead it felt like a natural flow of creativity.

Wonder Woman #18 is an outstanding comic book that once again proves the strength of the creators behind this re-imagined property.  Recommended.

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4.5/5

 

All New X-Men #9

All New X-Men is still a great read and is one of Marvel’s best NOW titles in my opinion. While #8 doesn’t have the same punch as the previous issues it is still worth a look and sets up a few more plot elements. Such as next issue which will surely tie-in to Bendis’ Uncanny X-Men Series.

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3.5/5

 

Avengers #8

While not too much happens this issue, it is clear that the other shoe is about to drop quickly, and the plot points are sure to come back into the story full force as more implications from the “White Event” are explored. Next issue an “old friend” returns, we will see what role he will play in the chaos.

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4/5

New Avengers #4

New Avengers has waned a bit in contrast to last issue. While the elements are still present, they seem to be fumbling around a bit. Hopefully next issue can pull things back together a bit better.

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3.5/5

 

 

Captain America #5

While Captain America #5 is not as good as it’s predecessors, it is still and enjoyable read that marks Cap’s return by the end of it as the “All American Bad Ass” (Sorry Undertaker).

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3.5/5

 

 

Nova #2

Nova #2 is a spectacular follow up to last month’s launch, in a way that makes it near impossible to wait and see what happens next for this property. Recommended.

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4/5

 

 

Ultimate Comics Spider-Man #21

Venom War continues to be another good helping of what is perhaps an underrated Spider-Comic. It will be interesting to see who the new Venom is (if it’s even human) and what connection it has to Peter (and to further extension Miles) as the story rolls on.

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 4/5

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