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Trinity Reviews #1: Ballistic, Barry Ween, Low

Hiya there! I’ve been absent for a little bit, been working on some projects and a family vacation that sapped up a lot of my time. But I’m back, here to do a new segment where I do mini-reviews for [...]

August 23, 2015 Features

Review: Deadly Class #7

Being a teenager at any point in time is weird and confusing as hell. Your perspective on things starts to take shape, molding itself into something concrete. Sometimes you begin to hate yourself, and subsequently humanity. You get looked at [...]

September 18, 2014 Features
Uncanny Avengers 23 Cover

Marvel Comics Review: Uncanny Avengers #23

“Let’s Get Well” Writer: Rick Remender Artist: Sanford Green Warning: Minor spoilers if you haven’t been following Uncanny Avengers   Uncanny Avengers 23 picks up several weeks after the events of the Planet X storyline. The Unity Squad of X-Men [...]

August 30, 2014 Features, ZDONOTUSE

Advance Review: Deadly Class #5

Deadly Class #5 review I’m going to be completely upfront with the audience before I go on to the review: this is my second favorite ongoing right now. It usurped Batman’s spot on that list but has yet to dethrone [...]

May 27, 2014 Features, ZDONOTUSE
Black Science #3

Review: Black Science #3

A spoiler free review of Black Science #3 by Rick Remender, Mateo Scalera, and Dean White. Fictional science just got even cooler on Comic Booked! [...]

February 4, 2014 ZDONOTUSE
Deadly Class #1

Review: Deadly Class #1 – Slightly Spoiled

If you liked Wanted or The Bourne Identity, get ready for a serious story that will keep you guessing. Deadly Class #1 is the new comic from Rick Remender and Image Comics. [...]

January 25, 2014 ZDONOTUSE
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
Banshee Returns!

Review:Uncanny Avengers #10

The return of four dead characters!?  Normally that would be a huge selling point but for me, it is just another Marvel gimmick that has gotten tiresome.  It takes no real genius to bring back dead characters.  A real story [...]

July 27, 2013 ZDONOTUSE
Uncanny Avengers #9

Uncanny Avengers #9

The only title to have the gumption to show how little the X-Men and Avengers really trust one another brings another issue of mistrust, deceit, and humility.   As this story continues we (the audience) are given glimpses into the [...]

June 25, 2013 ZDONOTUSE
Uncanny Avengers 4

Review: Uncanny Avengers #4

Uncanny Avengers is absolutely brilliant [...]

March 1, 2013 ZDONOTUSE
Uncanny Avengers #3

Review: Uncanny Avengers #3

Marvel, you’ve done it again. Uncanny Avengers may be the best #3 comic I have ever read. I wish I could just stop the review right there and just leave you with that. But I can’t. Reviews come in all [...]

January 24, 2013 ZDONOTUSE

Review: Uncanny Avengers #2

Uncanny Avengers is more than fun. It's an Adventure. [...]

November 30, 2012 ZDONOTUSE
Marvel Now Captain America #1

Review: Captain America #1

Though free of Marvel’s requisite Post-Crossover Sadness Time, the latest Captain America #1 never makes for anything more than mild curiosity. A comic that delights in its own anachronism, but it’s only an ironic pose. Overeager to show off its [...]

November 25, 2012 ZDONOTUSE

Bullet Reviews #80

Hey, everyone! How do you like our new look? I’ve been calling it Comic Booked NOW! But, unlike some other people, a new look doesn’t mean a relaunch for Bullet Reviews! This week we look at: Avengers #31, AvX: Consequences [...]

October 24, 2012 ZDONOTUSE
Cover to Uncanny Avengers #1

Review: Uncanny Avengers #1

A brain surgery is one way to start a reboot.  At least, that’s how Rick Remender and John Cassaday open ​Uncanny Avengers​, the image of Scott Summers as Phoenix shown in the eye of a patient–who turns out to be [...]

October 12, 2012 Features

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