Completed Volumes

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  • A comic filled with top quality action and comedy,a must read for all fans of the Marvel version of the character or even the original one from Greek mythology.

  • Worthly of Monthy Python,John Cleese made a wonderful comedy take in a "what if"Superman's ship falled in England.

  • Pretty intersting Ultimate comic.Nice development for all characters,you even feel pitty of U!Red Skull in the last issue.Nerd Hulk was a nice short-lived character too.

  • The story of the hammer wielding norse Jesus.Good new interpletation of Thor showing they participation on WWII of the Ultimate universe.It's intersting how the Jotuns sided with the Nazis in this comic.

  • Nice introduction to the story of Atlee and both her and Tara's background.Atlee's lack of knowledge about the outside world is funny and well used.Her friendship with Power Girl is a well made idea.

  • Diferent take making a super-hero also a cop.It is very dark and bloody,intersting to see how the current ongoing gets lighter after time.It's nice to read it both ways

  • Great story after Herc's death,even if we knew he would come back.With the beautiful art of Joe Sabino.Herc's friends talking about his experiences with him(and I don't mean that way Northstar)and the adventures they had together.I ends with a power conflict between the other opinions because of the death of Zeus.It also has a sidestory with Namora and Venus too see what Herc did to help others with his money.

  • Good but repetitive,you already know that Vali will get the things before Amadeus from the beginning,but he will get all things at the end.It works as a "tie-in" between Incredible Hercules and the Chaos War event.

  • Starts great and them loses luster after many Dark Reign issues and the lack Carol Danvers as the true Ms. Marvel.But overall a good read.

  • Great arc,all issues were good mostly the "Chaos King"one.Good written and direct,unlike some arcs that have lots of issues and don't change anything important.It consolidated Amatsu Mikaboshi as a important villain in the Marvel Universe.Also it linked right to the current Herc series.

  • Fine development and background and good but cartoony art(I'm not implying that it's a bad thing,I myself like the art of Dan Jurgens and Ed McGuiness).Good to see the Cassies relations to her closer characters.

  • One shot with a story mostly about the relationship of Cassie with her mother and the conciliation with WG's superheroine live.There's also character development when she finds a friend that she discovers that is also a superheroine when a villain attack the place they are.

  • Incredible view on Hinduism and it's rich philosophy aesops.Each issue is about a diferent figure of Hinduism,and every issue has the view of Chopra on said character and explanation of the Myth.If you want to read a faithfully comic about Hinduism,this is the best choice.

  • Worse.Rip-off.Ever!This is just in the list to mark all that I had read,be it good or bad,that's the reason I give a small comentary about every comic.I copy of something already bad(Bleach),there still can be good expies like Witch Hunter(manhwa)to D Gray Man and Fate/Stay Night.I read Incarnate just to see the plagianism,I went already knowing it would be bad.The story is very rushed and art is poor,when not traced,the covers are the only thing good about the art,and Nick didn't draw them.

  • A new version to the origin of the Marvel God of Thunder.A good choice to a new reader that wants to know the origin of Thor.Pleasing story to Thor fans.

  • First Sif based comic.It tries to show her personality and how she reacts to menaces like the part organic part mechanic aliens in this comic.It shows that she can complete her missions by herself without the aid of other asgardian.It just lacks a explanation of Sif's backstory.

  • The best retelling of an ancient story I hava ever saw.Probally my favorite comic.It remakes the original epic with a modern and alternate telling very well build and developed.The art is flawless,it's so well made that you will just belive by reading the comic.

  • Continuation of the above series,read it's opinion in the post about the first volume.

    Waiting for more.

  • A post apocaliptic comic about countries devoloping super-beings based on their own culture religious figures.The story is telled by a doctor that participated in the creation of one of this beings after all already happned.Deep discussion of faith and the just thing that I didn't liked was the ending.

  • One miniseries that's most about Ego the Living Planet than Thor.Even with that it's a good read for the characters development,you don't see Thor using his powers very much.

  • Intersting crossover,even if you could already tell what was going to happen in the beginning.Good art and action.

  • Your typical average story arc,the amazons for bidemensional reasons while being manipuled by Circe and Grandma Goodness,it becames better closer to the end but not enough to change a lot.

  • A good aproach on the character,a good supernatural series with a magic user just the kind I like it.Too bad it was cut short because of the reboot and he don't see things that were supposed to happen like Brother Night against Zatanna again.

  • Book with the idea of focusing on others characters of Erik Larsen's Savage Dragon,there should be more SD books like that.The Victor Bridge's art is similar to Larsen's but a bit better too.The only thing I disliked is that they make Brazilian soldiers talking in Spanish,when the official language of Brazil is Portuguese.

  • It's all very diferent from the Hercules we all know and a so so story,but it's dificult to be the same thing cause it's sets on the future.Although I found the superman joke on the beginning of issue 3 a lot funny.

  • Savage Dragon's universe Fear Itself written by Robert Kirkman,this itself is already good.It's on the same style of the Larsen written Savage Dragon stories.And I want an action figure of Dragon in that armor.

  • Confusing for a first read if you aren't familiar with the Eternals and an averlage comic overall.Marvel should some of them like Zuras more in their other stories.

  • So so comic,I prefered the main series Mars Attacks crossovers,cause it was more funny and the other characters appeheared,also Larsen's art is better.

  • Comic that presents and uses the basic understandings about hindu phylosophy like karma,detachment from the world,attaining of moksha,etc...Very well presented and executed,with art looking like a movie turned to comic.

  • It combines science fiction with hinduism in a apocaliptical story.It's kinda of boring in the beginning but the last issue is worth the read.

  • Yes more one mythology related comic book.Somehow it was intersting showing the gods with no memories of themselves.I don't like the fact that the shown gods seens like a combination of other companies versions of the same,and it seens to have been cut short.Still I prefer a Wonder Woman or Incredible Hercules comic book.

  • Incredibily written and cleaver made.Another good Eternals comic book.Art was variable,some character were well drawn like Ikaris,and some not like Thena(it must be because I didn't like how her armor was drawn)John Romita Jr. art quality varies so much sometimes.

  • Never blasfemy was so funny.I hope Cristians can say the same.Also the colorist made a great job.

  • Very good miniseries,as good as the original series.I like Archangel Michael in most of his representations in fiction.

  • I picked this comic out of curiosity without playing the games at all,and ended enjoying it a lot.After all I'm a big fan of mythology,if you saw most of the others titles in the list you should have already realized it.

  • Funny and full of action story.Very diferent from usual comic book.Cool art and design and it's fitting for the book,it's simple written but well executed.

  • Starts good and dissapoints because of the rushed ending.

  • Most faithful adaptation of the myth of Hercules in comic book form.I doesn't even need to say that it's very good.The art fits the comic,it's very dark and realistic like the comic should be.

  • Great adventure not as like the Thracian Wars and still good.

  • The best Shakti comics imprint,too bad it was put on hold after Virgin Comics became Liquid Comics as it ends on a cliffhanger in issue #20.I will put it in that list until it's continues.

  • Volume with few good arcs and mostly boring ones.And there's nothing special about the art,but I also isn't very bad.Also I hated when they changed the main character of the book for less expressive antagonists.

  • A good comic,but very dificult to understand if this is your first read of an Wildstorm universe comic book there's too many new character for you,even more in the last arc.I wanted more of Apollo and Midnighter.

  • The great art of Alé Garza and a nice introduction to Teen Titans Vol 3.Every character was written right.

  • A must read classic,even if you're not a fan of Superman.

  • More offensive that Battle Pope and not half as funny,but still good.

  • The beginning is a bit of lackluster,but the Gail Simone and JMS runs are how Wonder Woman should be written.Lopresti art is very good an fits the title and so is the Oddissey art.

  • I trought it would be silver age-ish,and I think that Cosmic Entities shouldn't have children and much less grandchildren,but still this was fun and entrataining to read.

  • Good Nova volume,it's very intersting to see him only wanted to defeat a powerful villain just gain popularity in the beginning,but at the ending he becomes a true hero,that will further develop in Annihilation and Nova v4.I really liked the break on the forth wall in the last issue,and also good to see the authors of the comic interacting with the character.

  • Hard to judge because it have diferent writers and artists on diferent parts.Mine favorite chacter out of these Nova was too fast and don't revelated nothing about the character,plus he was looking like Megaman with that art wich only makes his UMvsC 3 ending even funnier.My other favorite charcter out these Doctor Strange was much better written,Scarlet Spider was also good.

  • Greatly written and changed completely my opinion on Marvel!Ares because of the lot of character development it bring him and made him more human-like than a god.Art was good too,even with some changed colors like white haired Zeus or brown haired Hera.

  • I'm a fan of medieval fantasy manga and anime,so this one was a great one for me.I liked the art a lot,but like in Larsen's art I think the monsters look better than the human/humanoid characters,the Super Deformed forms are also good.The only problem is that they start already very overpowered and had no problems with even the most powerful enemy at the end.

  • Very funny and intersting.I've never read an Gen 13 comic before but I liked this one very much.It makes fun of the Gen 13 characters and Mahou Shoujo anime and manga(mostly Sailor Moon)in a nice way,even if you're not a fan of both you will like this comic book.Art emulates manga too and it fits the story very nicely and is very collorful.

  • I expected something better after reading "Magical Drama Queen Roxy" Earlier Jim Lee art was far from his current,but still much better than Liefeld's and as said before Lee actually improved.The fan service doesn't help too,and the big guns are too 90's,the origin of the Super-Powers awaken by addictives in food also seen too silver-ageish.

  • Read it because Fairchild, Beast Boy and Terra. The idea of a new team was good, but not well executed and it made you wonder where each one went. I hope the team recieves a second chance.

  • A retro comic in the sense that it's a late 90s comic but with good art, cut shortly as it seens to be crowdfunded but the story wasn't half bad too. And yes, it references Hercules, plenty of them here right? A geekish boy with no friends turns into a towering buff superhero when swings a Babe Ruth bat. The personality changes as it shows when they kill someone that was the protagonist only friend on the first issue but he doesn't even care when transformed. Villains are also 90esque.

  • A Golden Age comic and as such it will be judged as so. As such it had 60-ish pages per issue and many stories per issue not all about the main character. In issue 4 there are 3 stories about shooting a train with lasers but most stories are fights against Tomania dictators and criminal heads. Later issues they introduce an annoying side character called, well Speedball that's just a painter not a superhero like the Marvel one. But it's still a great read to know the early story of one of my favorite Project Superpowers characters.

  • Review about the MvCI introductory one-shot: nice, introduce use about the merge of the worlds, and tells us what characters like Ryu, Hulk and DLC like Monster Hunter and Black Panther that can't even say Wakanda because of the merge. What is this Shao Khan stuff? Art of the issue is great, much better than the introductory one-shot in-game comic in UMvC3.

  • It starts as a cookie cutter book and becomes really good. Reading a bit about the golden age heroes of the MJL time, so not knowing much of them doing this jump of a passing of a torch is somehow weird. Introduces a nice team and try to take them out of their shock and train them during most of the issues. I will not spoil what happens at the end but it's a cliffhanger. In the end it was not meant for the villain to be recaptured but to be a new current treat and bring many of the old villains back in the world for them in a more mature comic.

  • Great story, with lots of philosophy on war and freedom a love letter to the golden age of superheroes. Every hero is respected , there's strife between them, their core values enter in shock.

  • A story about the meanings of heroism, doesn't means that it doesn't has to be fun, many references there, the better ones were in issue 2. Summer seems like the more responsible of the bunch.

  • A tie-in telling the invasion of Earth by Maligna's aliens after Mr. Null sells the planet to colonize space. The center of attention are another muntant and alien animals that the turtles met until there. I don't have much to talk, but art is what you expect from an Archie book of that time and it was about the time the cartoon was running, so yes, it's kid-oriented.

  • Great compliation of most if not all of Power Rangers comics before Boom Studios, there's silver-ageish ones even made in the 90s. Image ones, Manga inspired ones, for all tastes of Power Rangers fans. But the Boom first issue they kept as a preview is stuff too hot to handle.

  • Silly adventure, great to introduce childs in theirs first readings to these characters but also a funny read. I just expected more of sitcom or episodic thing than a adventure told in that format, but nothing against it.

  • Starts sorta promissing even with the mobile game He-man I liked it, then it had a great falldown in the following issues then the last one was great and made up for it. I'm not a big He-man knowing guy, but I liked it by the concept of the different versions of the characters that's pure fanservice for the PowerCon afficionados.

  • A would be follow up for a continuation. Nothing much happens there Goldar enchanted golddust(not the fighter) and secret law enforcers menace to retaliate with stronger weapons if the rangers not coperate.

  • More of the animal heroes type, dinosaurs are some of the most common type of it. It has a reserarch with History Channel or whatever to at least make realistic origins to the dinosaurs, if you can say that way. Art is weird, at times it looks cut in, and at times it improves a lot like in covers.

  • Yes, another dinosaur related antropomorphic superhero team. While the other focused on teaching the biology of the own dinosaurs, this own focus on preservation of nature and "ends" promissing a follow-up with a name almost identical to a Star Wars movie.

  • Too much confusing and 90s in the forst 38 issues, the issue 39 backtracks all that happened and links it, giving it finally a sense so it's finally a good issue because it did made sense to read all that came before that. Most of all I don't think the two Alan Moore written issues would have the same impact to me if I've jumped previously issues, I would not see as brillant as it really was his work on them. If I didn't knew how he got there on first place, I wouldn't see most of Alan's reboot brillance but instead as a simple Superman parody. (Oh man DC reboots so much, hurr durr...)

  • Great crossover that follows the common rules of crossovers, villains from different teams work together, the hero teams start in conflict. And we see the Power Rangers using DC equipament while depowered. The opening page with Zach and Superman is on the level of "and that's how my parents died Raphael" from Superman, I wonder how it didn't become a popular page.

  • A more original story arc, that's not mimicing the first Boom comic arc the Rangers had like JL/PR. Very good artstyle, the same of the mainline Boom Power Ranger comics. With tons of fanservice to both sides converging and some choices that seems to been made to well, make toys, remember the troll turtles?

  • Great to know what the colorful knights do in heroism while unmorphed, ends showing real acts of heroism are in little things. Even if you are the Red Ranger. Showed greatly how each ranger is deserving of the title while there's absence of monsters.

  • A great tribute to the late Jack Kirby gods related stories. This time a detailed plot isn't the focus, but the kid relation with his family, the comic artist, and his favorite hero. Manages to mix every mythology related hero Kirby ever created as Thor and Orion.

  • A great run, too bad a single arc extented by most of it. But it had the heroes visiting the magic worlds and beating Superboy Prime(when they should not be that strong).

  • Great to see Phooey as an actual martial artist as opposed to someone pretending to be good at martial arts as the classic cartoon series. There should be mone Hanna Barbera/DC crossovers, it's costless to AT&T/Warner. The bad is that they take the remaining of the issue to "school" people on guns in a very dumb way.

  • Great honmage to the Golden Age of cartoons and comics.Shows the innocence of a kid and his imagination. A light hearted read with a character that deserves some spotlight in the event laden and dark current era of comics.

  • Great freely adaptation. There's many fanservice for the fans for the series. Don't expect it to follow the canon as it has Charlie Nash as his Shadow alter-ego from the Versus game, intead of waiting for his canon return more than a decade after in SFV. Sorry for the spoiler, but the comics actually have good fights, issue 5 is my favorite one.

  • I love manga too, and love elemental powers, mostly wind, this was a great pick to me. As it's great written and drawn.

  • A nice pull considering the two have different "seaverse", so making a pull to they cooperate together was needed unlike the previous comic on that series. Great Captain Caveman and Shazam story about how greatness is timeless.

  • More like a what if, because I don't remember Tommy getting this hurt while the Green Rangers to use metal implants. But great after all.

  • The public still makes the same questions as the main characters about their idendity, the volume ended fast, and many questions seemed as unanswered, even if many of them were given a cosmic wonder response.