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‘Totally Awesome Hulk’ is a Thing


Strap in, hold on, and Hulk out – because you’re in for a rollercoaster ride! This Fall, Marvel proudly brings to you THE TOTALLY AWESOME HULK #1 – a brand-new ongoing series! We promise, True Believer – you’ve never seen a Hulk like this before! Legendary and storied Incredible Hulk scribe Greg Pak (Planet Hulk) returns to the green goliath’s ongoing adventures. And he’s bringing blockbuster artist Frank Cho (Mighty Avengers, Savage Wolverine) along for the ride! Continue reading ‘Totally Awesome Hulk’ is a Thing

Preview: Turok: Dinosaur Hunter #11

Turok11-Cov-A-SearsTurok: Dinosaur Hunter #11

Greg Pak, Paul Tobin
Felipe Cunha, Ruairi Coleman
Bart Sears

JANUARY 28, 2015
FC • 32 pages • Teen+

Bart Sears B&W Art retailer incentive cover
Jae Lee B&W Art retailer incentive cover
Turok tames the pterodactyls! He and his allies have taken to Sherwood Forest after Turok discovers the nefarious scheming of the British upper crust. Will Turok find friends in the forest…or foes? It’s high-flying archery and action from Greg Pak (Batman/Superman) and Paul Tobin (Bandette)!

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Review: Action Comics #33

Action Comics 33Review: Action Comics #33

Written by Greg Pak                                                                                                        Art by Aaron Kuder and Wil Quintana

Superman Doomed continues to roll along with the first part of it’s Superdoom story line. Superman, now almost completely overtaken by the Doomsday virus has flown into deep  space to avoid hurting people only to find an unexpected ally. Meanwhile, Lana Lang and Steel launch themselves into space to track down the signal that is putting all of the residents of Smallville into a coma.

The Good

I am incredibly shocked at how not bad this Doomsday Superman event is. It has really put Superman into a difficult position as a person and as a hero, but has also allowed for the spotlight to shine on his supporting cast. Both Lana Lang and Steel both get big moments in this issue and I can’t even tell you last time Steel, let alone Lana Lang got this kind of positive exposure. They were great and I cant wait to read more of them later on. The supporting cast was even broadened some more to include the new Red Lantern Supergirl, who decides to set Superman on the pathleading to the baddie of the issue. The fight was cool and watching Superdoom just let loose on a planet was pretty awesome. There are a lot of things going on in the art department and all of it is good. Kuder’s depiction of Superdoom is suitably frightening and the destruction on Earth is chaotically beautiful.

The Bad

Supergirl and Superdoom Superman had a very interesting interaction, but something was just off. Superman acted shocked when he saw her as a Red Lantern even though an entire issue of Red Lanterns was devoted to having Guy Gardener explain to Superman about Red Lantern Supergirl. Supergirl’s reaction to Superman was a little odd too. I know she is trying to help him make the best of a bad situation, but he is infected with freaking Doomsday. No good is gonna come out of that.

Stroy: 3 out of 5

Art: 4 out of 5

Overall: 3.5 out of 5