(Belated) Comic Reviews: Cyclops #10-11

Writer: John Layman; Art: Javier Garrón; Colors: Chris Sotomayor; Cover: Alexander Lozano Corsair and Cyclops are free from their recent burden of the Desolation and its crew but young Scott has some guilt. He’s left behind a crew he has come to know and get along with. He’s most guilty though of leaving behind a woman […]

(Belated) Comic Review: Cyclops #8-#9

Writer: John Layman; Art: Javier Garron; Colorist: Chris Sotomayor; Cover Artist: Alexander LozanoThe remainder of the  Starjammers get picked up by a merchant ship and find out an S.O.S. led their new captors to them. They may be in bindings for now but at least they’re alive, and that is all thanks to young Scott […]

(Belated) Comic Review: Cyclops #5

And so Carmen Carnero’s run on Cyclops has ended…and now the second penciler’s duties have ended. It’s a good job on the front of Marvel that the transition between Russell Dauterman and Carnero was very seamless. They’ve both really infused life and youthfulness into this title. It encapsulates the feel of the teenage Scott Summers […]

Review: All-New X-Men #28

Stuart Immonen is kicking ass and taking names. Maybe not true on the latter but the former is definitely correct. Just look at this panel. I could have put up the big X-Men on X-Men fight he drew up but this one expresses what I enjoy every issue. Now to the story, I’m not sure […]

Borderlands May 21 & 28 Pull (plus some)

I’ll go ahead and get it out in the open: I don’t get to the comic shop every week. There it is! I’ve said it! Now that that’s cleared up, here’s the last load of comics I’ve brought in, and favorite panel of the issue: Lazarus #8 – We are approaching the “Lift” selection and Forever […]

Borderlands May Pull part one (plus some)

I decided I’m going to include my favorite panel of the issue for those that I am able to get them. This will mostly include the Marvel titles, unless I can find images for the DC and Image or IDW titles I read somewhere else. All-New X-Factor #’s 7 & 8 – Here we meet Georgia […]