This time on Comic POW! I’d like to talk about AvX: Consequences #2. In this issue Kieron Gillen has really, really outdone himself. He’s taken a gamble, in the sense that the entire issue takes place in just one scene, basically. There’s a second scene
I decided to combine both Uncanny Avengers #1 and AvX: Consequences #1 because they both are dealing with the aftermath of Avengers vs X-Men. These aftermath type books aren’t anything new for Marvel. At the very least they did the same thing with Fear Itself.
Sorry that the audio’s a little off, I was originally just going to use the audio to write a text piece. But I decided it’d be better to let you hear Stan “the Man’s” voice yourself.
I did not like Detective Comics under Tony S Daniel’s short run. It just wasn’t a good time for him. He had to assume the mantle on Detective Comics after Scott Snyder’s phenomenal run. And Snyder has also been going gangbusters on Batman. This was
I’ve written a lot about ComiXology recently and, really, I just discovered one of the biggest benefits. And that’s the fact that I can go back and find issues that have come out months or even years ago and I can get them really cheaply.
Man, Avengers vs X-Men was quite a doozy, eh? I wanted to hate it. First of all, Marvel is getting way too ridiculous with the events. If nothing else, when events drags all these books into them, they have to spend time dealing with the