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COMIC REVIEW: Old Man Logan #1 – Berserker

COMIC REVIEW: Old Man Logan #1 - Berserker

By Jeff Ayers

Writer: Jeff Lemire Artist: Andrea Sorrentino Colors: Marcelo Maiolo $4.99 Marvel Comics It is a brand-new Marvel Universe, thanks to the events of the recent Secret Wars mega-event. When we last left the Marvel U, the Logan/Wolverine we all knew

COMIC REVIEW: Secret Wars #9 – This Is The End and Beyond

COMIC REVIEW: Secret Wars #9 - This Is The End and Beyond

By Jeff Ayers

Writer: Jonathan Hickman Artist: Esad Ribic Colors: Ive Svorcina $4.99 Marvel Comics After years of set up, and a main series that kept getting pushed back, Jonathan Hickman’s Secret Wars has finally come to the last issue with Secret Wars

COMIC REVIEW: Secret Wars 7 – King of the Dead

By Jeff Ayers

Writer: Jonathan Hickman Artist: Esad Ribic Colors: Ive Svorcina $3.99 Marvel Comics It finally looks like Doom’s hold on BattleWorld is crumbling around him, and Marvel’s Secret Wars is gearing up for its death knell. With only two issues left,

COMIC REVIEW: Secret Wars #6 – Raise Them Up, Pull Them Down

COMIC REVIEW: Secret Wars #6 - Raise Them Up, Pull Them Down

By Jeff Ayers

Writer: Jonathan Hickman Artists: Esad Ribic and Ive Svorcina $3.99 Marvel Comics Well, what do we have here? It seems the little story that could, Marvel’s ever-expanding Secret Wars event series, has finally come into its own with this sixth issue.

COMIC REVIEW: Secret Wars Old Man Logan #5 – Endings and Beginnings

COMIC REVIEW: Secret Wars Old Man Logan #5 - Endings and Beginnings

By Jeff Ayers

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artists: Andrea Sorrentino and Marcelo Maiolo $3.99 Marvel Comics This entire series has been one crazy trip, both for the reader, and the title character of Old Man Logan. Poor Wolverine has had his share of

My Evening with David and Dean – A Conversation in Five Parts (Part Four)

By Jeff Ayers

PART 4 – Save The Cat This is the fourth part of a conversation between David Greenberger, Dean Haspiel and myself. If you allow a conversation to dictate where it wants to go, you will arrive at some wonderful talking

Comic Review: Secret Wars Old Man Logan #4 – Should Never Have Left

Comic Review: Secret Wars Old Man Logan #4 - Should Never Have Left

By Jeff Ayers

Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Artist: Andrea Sorrentino and Marcelo Maiolo $3.99 Marvel Comics When we last saw Old Man Logan, he was dumped into the Deadlands, a part of Battleworld that exists on the other side of the wall, and

Comic Review: Secret Wars House of M #1 – Long Live The King

Comic Review: Secret Wars House of M #1 - Long Live The King

By Jeff Ayers

Writer: Dennis Hopeless Artists: Marco Failla and Matt Wilson $3.99 Marvel Comics The epic marvel event Secret Wars has been going on now for a few months, and the main series line has just passed over it’s midway hump into issue

Comic Review: Secret Wars #5 – I For-see Something Worse

By Jeff Ayers

Writer: Jonathan Hickman Artists: Esad Ribic and Ive Svorcina $3.99 Marvel Comics With issue #5, Secret Wars is officially past the midway point, even though this story seems to be stuck in that halfway limbo. But, the story needs to be

Comic Review: Old Man Logan #3 – Without Permission

By Jeff Ayers

Writer: Brain Michael Bendis Artists: Andrea Sorrentino and Marcelo Maiolo $3.99 Marvel Comics Alright, after reading this issue, some of my qualms from the previous issue have been ironed out. Not to say I don’t have a few things to

Comic Review: Secret Wars BattleWorld #3 – Too Many Wolverines

By Jeff Ayers

Writers: Ivan Brandon, Ryan Ferrier Artists: Aaron Conley, Ryan Browne, Logan Faerber, Paul Pope, Jordie Bellaire $3.99 Marvel Comics With the mega Marvel event Secret Wars well under way, there have been a few hits and many misses with the

Comic Review: Secret Wars Civil War – The Iron and The Blue

By Jeff Ayers

Writer: Charles Soule Artists: Leinil Francis Yu, Gerry Alanguilan and Sunny Gho $4.99 Marvel Comics Marvel isn’t rolling out their tie-in titles to their mega event, Secret Wars, just yet. Even though many are on their second and third issues

Comic Review: Secret Wars #4 – All Bow Before Doom

By Jeff Ayers

Writer: Jonathan Hickman Artist: Esad Ribic and Ive Svorcina $3.99 Marvel Comics Here we are, at the half way point of the planned eight issue series. In Secret Wars #4, Hickman is doing his upmost to keep the energy and drama

After Secret Wars: Doctor Strange with Jason Aaron and Chris Bachalo

By Jeff Ayers

Currently in the pages of Marvel Comics, there is a huge event called Secret Wars that is taking place. It is basically taking a lot of different versions of Marvel character and juxtaposing them together in an expanding Battleworld, that