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3.6 stars 3.6 Stars Average score of 7 user reviews

"Parts of a Whole" lot of fun! 0

The art is fantastic (fitting) and the story sets up a wonderful run for these characters. Seeing the Future Foundation again is cool, and the series is very lighthearted as a whole. I definitely recommend reading this series if you want something different. ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A Night on the Town 0

Superheroes gone wild!When She-Hulk recruits Hellcat with help on having a nice night out on the town, they get into a scrap that's both intense and hilarious. The final page reveals an interesting bit of info as a sneak peek on the new issue. I need to know why and how (and I won't spoil) but it's definitely got me excited for the rest of the series....

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Sensational She-Hulk is back! 0

Soule does an excellent job balancing the various aspects of She-Hulk. She's written as a real person, doing everyday things and facing problems we face in real life. It's intelligent, fast-paced, and a lot of fun to read. You will want to read more after this issue. The series starts with Jen being fired. If you haven't read the spoilers and previews on the internet, I won't spoil any more of it, but it's definitely witty and worth your time....

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Well, the cover's awesome at least... 0

The one thing I can say is that the covers of this series make awesome additions to a collection, especially when you collect the Question, like I do. The story is approachable even if you don't read the first issue, but some of the secondary characters feel unimportant and at times forgettable, yet several subplots center around them. The dialogue of Vic and Ted save this comic, along with the elusive past of the Judomaster. ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A great start-up point to reading other Valiant titles. 0

I think the best parts of the issue come from the Archer and Armstrong segment, I really like their interactions and I would really like to pick up more issues of them. Another note is that in this series characters seem to die awfully fast. It's not a real gripe, in fact it adds a bit realism. It's also one of the first comics I read that had realistic-looking blood, especially with the battle between Zealot and Ninjack. The H.A.R.D. Corps are well... different. Think S.H.I.E.L.D. on steroids...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

There's a reason why they only released two issues of this s**t 0

Where do I even start? I guess I can list some pros to this comic.The art is decent, the futuristic settings look a lot better than the drab desert scenes. And I don't think there are any more pros to this comic. Everything else about this comic sucks.For those of you you do not know the story, Nash is set in the future where humanity is lost in a world where a few people live in space and in small technologically advanced towns while everyone else must fight for everything they have. Nash is th...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Decent Idea, Bad Implication 0

I didn't read the first issue of "Biker Mice from Mars", but you don't need to understand the story. The three heroes save Charley Davidson and tell her how they came to earth,so this issue tells us the origin of the Biker Mice from Mars. An alien race of scavengers and theives called the Plutarkians invaded Mars to mine the planet and steal their resources,and the Mice were some of the Martian freedom fighters in an attempt to free their people and and their resources. Ultimately, Mars was dest...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.