Web of Spider-Man 121: Wow this is busy for a rooftop

Credits: Written by Todd DeZago, art by Phil Gosier, DelaRosa and Emberlin and edited by Eric Fein. Cast: Ben 'Scarlet Spider' Reilly, Vladimir 'Grim Hunter' Kravinoff, Kaine, Gregor, Detectives Conner Trevane and Jacob Raven. Plot: Kaine is walking through Central Park and comes across a gang attacking a homeless woman and stealing her only prized possession, a photo … Continue reading Web of Spider-Man 121: Wow this is busy for a rooftop

X-Calibre 1 – Wait, he took his finger?!!?

Credits: Written by Warren Ellis, pencils by Ken Lashley, inks by Tom Wegryn and edited by Suzanne Gaffney. Cast: Earth 295 versions of Switchback, Cain (Juggernaut) Marko, JWarren Kennenth (Angel) Worthington III, Kurt (Nightcrawler) Darkholme, Erik (Magneto) Lensherr, Raven (Mystique) Darkholme, John Proudstar, Dani Moonstar, (Dead Man) Wade Wilson, Damask, Apocalypse and Irene (Destiny) Adler. … Continue reading X-Calibre 1 – Wait, he took his finger?!!?

My Marvel Life Presents: Fabulous First Issue – Hawkeye 1

Why I picked this comic: I was given the remit of finding something different from the last issue we looked at. With the silver age melodrama involving a team of super-powered teenagers battling a villain, the furthest from that without going outside of genre was the Matt Fraction/David Aja run on this title. It's also … Continue reading My Marvel Life Presents: Fabulous First Issue – Hawkeye 1

March 1987: Avengers 280 – You may call it job satisfaction, I call it Stockholm Syndrome

Synopsis: Faithful Servant was written by Bob Harris with art by Bob Hall on pencils and Kyle Baker on inks and in the aftermath of the Siege of Avengers Mansion, house-keeper and gentleman's gentleman extraordinaire Edwin Jarvis is in hospital. His leg is broken, most likely in more than one place and 90% of his vision … Continue reading March 1987: Avengers 280 – You may call it job satisfaction, I call it Stockholm Syndrome

February 1987: Thor 379 – Just because we are about to kill one another, no reason not to be civilised about the whole thing.

Synopsis: There were Giants in those days was written by Walt Simonson with art by Sal Buscema and opens as Loki sits in the wreckage of his laboratory. The Frost Giants attacked and he was at their mercy but was saved by his brother Thor who took Iceman, the member of X-Factor abducted by Loki. Loki wants … Continue reading February 1987: Thor 379 – Just because we are about to kill one another, no reason not to be civilised about the whole thing.