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Uncanny X-force #4 Review 0

The Cover- This book offers a normal cover and a variant. The normal cover is done by Kris Anka. It offers a very dynamic shot of Fantomex and his brain twin/lover Cluster. It is a really eye grabbing cover and very well done. It is sure to bring new readers in, especially fans of Rick Remender's Uncanny X-force series (who are probably already reading this). The Variant is an odd picture of Storm and Puck randomly falling out of the sky. It is a very odd cover, but would probably appeal to fan...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Deadpool #9 Review 0

The Cover- It's pretty much the epitome of awesome. Deadpool in the ocean surrounded by sharks, while a Megalodon sized shark is coming straight for him? That my friends is awesome. The cover is by Arthur Adams and Peter Steigerwald, and they did a great job. This is surely a cover that would bring in new readers. Wonderful job. The Comic- This issue picks up right where we left off. Deadpool is trying to appease the Demon Vetis until he can come up with a way to save the Necromancer Michael,...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Avengers #11 Review 0

The Cover- The cover features the stars of this issue in combat poses. They all seem to be in more "Asian" influenced costumes than what they normally wear. Captain Marvel is a samurai, Spider-woman a anime School girl, etc. The only one who seems to be in his normal garb is Shang-Chi. Is this because he is already Asian? Regardless it is a fun cover by Dustin Weaver and Justin Ponsor.The Comic- "Wake the Dragon" is a fun issue. It much like Avengers #10 is a story not focusing on the whole te...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Avengers Arena #9 Spoiler Free Review 0

My first "official" review on Comic Vine, I figured it'd be for a book I've been enjoying. Let's first take a look at the cover as that's the first impression of the book. It's a nice cover by Dave Johnson featuring Apex controlling Juston's Sentinel like a marionette. Would this bring new readers to the book? Probably not. But it is refreshing to see a woman of Indian descent grace a cover. Now for the actual comic. Dennis Hopeless gives us another good issue. If you have been enjoying the ser...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.