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Death of Wolverine #2 Cover

Marvel Comics Review: Death of Wolverine #2

Warning: Minor spoilers if you haven’t read the previous issue Writer: Charles Soule Artist: Steve McNiven The last issue started with THE END. Issue #2 of Death of Wolverine begins with POISON. Wolverine travels to Madripoor in order to get an [...]

September 11, 2014 Reviews
Death of Wolverine #1 Cover

Marvel Comics Review: Death of Wolverine #1

Writer: Charles Soule Artists: Steve McNiven – Pencils | Jay Leisten – Inks | Justin Ponsor – Colors Logan sits bloodied and battered on the porch of a house that is almost as broken down as he is. Is this [...]

September 3, 2014 Reviews
She-Hulk #6

Review: She-Hulk #6 (Spoilers)

    Since this is part two of a story and I didn’t review part one, I’m going to discuss the events of part one a little, and give a few spoilers just to get everyone up to speed. You [...]

July 20, 2014 Reviews
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Marvel Comic Review: Inhuman #1 – Spoiled

Inhuman #1 Soule, Madureira, Gracia SPOILER ALERT! I will most certainly be SPOILING! I would like to take a minute to discuss a point of intense joy for me. For those of you old enough to remember, there was, once [...]

April 4, 2014 Reviews
She-Hulk #2 review coer

She-Hulk #2 Spoiler-Free Review

Earth's Mightiest Attorney returns in She-Hulk #2, a stellar second issue in what is fast becoming Marvel's must-read series. [...]

March 6, 2014 Reviews
She-Hulk #1 review, cover by Kevin Wada

She-Hulk #1: Spoiler-Free Review

She-Hulk #1 brings the character back to her legal roots in an issue that's sure to -- wait a second, why spoil it here? Read the Comic Booked review today! [...]

February 13, 2014 Reviews
2013 End of Year Comic Awards

Comic Booked’s Best of 2013

With this being my first year at Comic Booked, I was very proud to participate and work with everybody on putting this year end list together. Essentially, these are the staff picks for best books, writers, and artists of 2013. [...]

December 28, 2013 Features
InHuman Teaser

Fraction Out; Soule In(Human)

So Inhuman got pushed back from its original January debut to an April release.  We knew that.  But we didn’t (and still don’t) really know why.  So while we were all waiting for that news to hit, we got a [...]

December 17, 2013 News
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Review: Swamp Thing 24

Swamp Thing 24 Charles Soule, Andrei Bressan Spoiler alert! You have been warned!   The series I wanted to hate but couldn’t because Scott Snyder made so great and Charles Soule made even better continues to surprise me month after [...]

October 3, 2013 Reviews
Red Lanterns #22

Red Lanterns #22 – Review

We last left veteran Green Lantern, Guy Gardner, on Ysmault. Ysmault is the Red Lantern Corps home. I will be referencing the previous issue of Red Lanterns, so just spoiler alert there. In Red Lanterns #21 Hal Jordan asked Guy [...]

August 3, 2013 Reviews
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Review: Swamp Thing 22

Swamp Thing 22 Charles Soule, Kano Spoiler alert! You have been warned!   Charles Soule continues planting his legacy with… You know what? That pun was so terrible and accidental that I’ll just leave it alone. He’s great. And he’s [...]

July 4, 2013 Reviews
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Review: Swamp Thing 21

Swamp Thing 21 Charles Soule, Jesus Saiz Spoiler alert! You have been warned!   If I was only allowed one word to describe this, the third issue of new Swamp Thing writer Charles Soule and the first issue of brand [...]

June 6, 2013 Reviews
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Review: Swamp Thing 20

Swamp Thing 20 Charles Soule, Kano Spoiler alert! You have been warned!   Only two issues in and Charles Soule has proven himself a worthy successor to Scott Snyder. The issue’s artist, Kano, is no stranger to superhero books, and [...]

May 2, 2013 Reviews
Archaia Comics had a great showing at C2E2

C2E2 News: A Bright Future For Archaia

Archaia Comics may be a small, independent publisher, but they are coming out in full force, offering fans a wide variety of titles. Best known for David Peterson’s Mouse Guard, Archaia has recently stepped up with a few newer titles [...]

April 15, 2012 Reviews