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Matt Watson

Age of Ultron #2 Cover Art

Review – Age Of Ultron #2

After the prolonged nature of Marvel’s last couple of big event books, I must admit that Age of Ultron #2 being out a week after #1 is very ...
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Age of Ultron #1 Cover Art

Review: Age Of Ultron #1

This has been a long time coming. Age of Ultron is the latest in a long line of Brian Michael Bendis scripted Marvel events, continuing in a ...
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Hawkeye 8 Cover Art

Review: Hawkeye #8

Oh, it’s time for our monthly helping of HAWKGUY! We’re 8 issues into Matt Fraction’s chronicles of Clint Barton’s non-Avenging exploi...
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Young Avengers #2 Cover Art

Review: Young Avengers #2

Since the original series ended, I feel like I've been hearing endlessly about how the Young Avengers have been mishandled, being trotted out for ...
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Review: Avengers #6

Might as well jump straight into it: Avengers #6 is brilliant. This series so far has been fantastic and the momentum only continues to build. In ...
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Superior Spider-Man #4 Cover Art

Review: Superior Spider-Man #4

Well, we're four issues into Superior Spider-Man and Dan Slott is (thankfully) still alive. I feel like a lot of the furor that preceded the ...
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Uncanny X-Men V3 #1 Cover Art

Review: Uncanny X-Men #1

I love the X-Men. Or at least I used to. In the early 90s I was all about them. They were my gateway into comics via the 90s cartoon show, the UK ...
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Uncanny X-Force #1 Cover Art

Review: Uncanny X-Force #1

The previous volume of Uncanny X-Force was incredible - 35 issues (plus two .1s) of quality comics. Rick Remender wrote up a storm and some of my ...
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New Avengers #2 Cover Art

Review: New Avengers #2

Jonathan Hickman has said (in the AR content for New Avengers #1) that New Avengers is his favourite book to write, the one that excites him the ...
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Cable and X-Force #3 Cover Art

Review: Cable and X-Force #3

I really wanted to like Cable and X-Force. Not just this issue either, but the series as a whole. Not only do I really like the characters involv...
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