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From Sketch to Screen: Captain America: the Winter Soldier

Captain America: the Winter Soldier April 3rd 2014. Dozens of people waiting in a large dark amphitheater, most having been there for over an hour, watching cinematic news that most of them don’t care about. Three colors dominate the room, [...]

April 4, 2014 Movies and TV, Reviews
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Avengers 2: Age of Ultron Set Photos

(Updated 4/23/14 to include new photos) We’ve got a few new photos on the set of Avengers 2: Age of Ultron thanks to Robert Downey Jr. and Twitter. The photos include a shot of Downey and Mark Ruffalo, a shot of the [...]

March 25, 2014 Movies and TV
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Marvel Comics Sneaky Preview: Black Widow #4

Marvel Comics Sneaky Preview: Black Widow #4 Nathan Edmondson & Phil Noto’s Black Widow is just one of many books that has tried to recreate the surprise success of Matt Fraction & David Aja’s Hawkeye… but it might be the most [...]

February 25, 2014 News
Black Widow #2 Review

Review: Black Widow #2

Black Widow #2 Spoiler-free review Nathan Edmondson, Phil Noto I’ll say this about Black Widow: The way that it tells stories, while obviously chasing the surprise success of Hawkeye in some ways, is exactly what I think comics need more of.  Two [...]

January 27, 2014 Reviews
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All-New Bullet Reviews #1

It's an all-new year and we have all-new comics to review in All-New Bullet Reviews #141! Are you tired of 'All-New' yet? [...]

January 14, 2014 Reviews
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Review: Secret Avengers #37

It’s been a while since I put pen to paper to talk about Secret Avengers, partly because I’ve been fairly ambivalent on my feelings for the title. I knew it was coming to an end, which is why I stuck with [...]

February 10, 2013 Reviews
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First Look: Winter Soldier #15

Once happy go lucky Bucky Barnes, loyal sidekick of the legendary Captain America; now, a highly trained assassin with enough emotional baggage to not be able to fly free on SouthWest. Winter Soldier has been on a path for redemption and it [...]

December 20, 2012 News
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Review: Winter Soldier #9

So, Ed Brubaker has kicked off the countdown to his complete exit from Marvel.  Of course, there’s the little asterisk he gives that he ​may one day​ return to Marvel, and to ​The ​Crazy ​Adventures of Cyborg-Bucky​ (a.k.a. ​Winter Soldier​). [...]

September 2, 2012 Reviews
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Review: Avengers Assemble #5

With all the titles in Marvel’s over-saturated Avengers lineup, Avengers Assemble sticks out as the most egregious example, primarily because its entire focus is to be the Avengers title that cashes in on the movie.  To anybody that does not [...]

July 12, 2012 Reviews
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Marvel Teases New Punisher Series

In the words of Bugs Bunny: “Of course you realize… THIS mean War!” Or in the case of Marvel Comics: War Zone as in Punisher War Zone. All this week Marvel has been releasing teasers indicating some kind of war [...]

June 29, 2012 Reviews
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Marvel Teams Up with Susan G. Komen For The Cure

This Fall, Marvel Entertainment and Susan G. Komen for the Cure will be teaming up to take on a real world villain: breast cancer. Marvel heroes Captain America, X-23, Thor and others will be looking a little pink on special variant [...]

June 26, 2012 Reviews
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Review: Winter Soldier #7

For part two of Broken Arrow, Michael Lark finally managed to break from his usual grim-darkness for precisely one panel.  It’s set during a montage where Bucky recalls his shared past with Black Widow being trained and brainwashed by the [...]

June 22, 2012 Reviews
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Kotobukiya Announces Marvel Black Widow Statue

Marvel’s Black Widow is the third and final Marvel statue by Japanese company Kotobukiya to be released at July’s upcoming San Diego Comic-Con International. Kotobukiya previously unveiled two other exclusive Bishoujo statues, Marvel’s deadly X-23 and the “weather witch” Storm and [...]

June 21, 2012 Reviews
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Review: Winter Soldier #6

Watching the whole arc of revived-cyborg-Bucky from the early days of Ed Brubaker’s Captain America run to now has been nothing short of amazing.  The whole spy intrigue, steeped in the leftover Cold War paranoia still tugging at the back [...]

June 8, 2012 Reviews
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Review: Winter Soldier #5

One of the best things Marvel Comics did this year was let Bucky Barnes’ Winter Soldier get his own title. Writer Ed Brubaker and artist Butch Guice are taking an old-school approach to making this one of Marvel’s best series. [...]

May 20, 2012 Reviews