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.
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.
A video review of the issue that was pulled from the shelves in the wake of the Aurora, Colorado shootings.
transcript: Intro: Welcome to the third episode of the Comic Pow! Video Reviews. This time around we’re discussing Spider-Men #1 Review: Let me just start off by saying what many of you were thinking. Heck, it’s what I wrote in my coverage of the announcement
Another video review. This time I decided to try a different video format. Let me know your preference in the comments. Thanks! Transcript for those with sight disabilities: Welcome to the second episode of the Comic Pow video reviews. You might notice things look a
Thought I’d spice things up a bit with video reviews. This is my first one and I’m just getting back into video editing, so it’s a bit rough, but I hope to do one of these either weekly or biweekly.