We return to U.A. Highschool to check in on young Midoriya, and his friends. Plus, Faithless #2, The Terrifics #16, and Mystery Science Theater 3000.

NEWS

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REVIEWS

STEPHEN
FAITHLESS #2
Writer: Brian Azzarello
Artist: Maria Llovet
Publisher: BOOM! Studios
Cover Price: $4.99
Release Date: May 22, 2019
Faith is drawn into a new world when she attends a party at the home of world renown artist Louis Thorn. It’s a world of opulence, excess, and sensuality-and something darker that she can’t put her finger on. There is something… curious about these people, a darkness or shadow just at the edge of reason… and maybe it is exactly what Faith is looking for.

Rating: ★★★☆☆

MATTHEW
THE TERRIFICS #16
Writer: Gene Luen Yang
Artist: Stephen Segovia
Publisher: DC Comics
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date: May 22, 2019

The Terrifics have entered cyberspace for a battle unlike any they have faced before. It’s a battle against…God? Well, the science is still out on that, but as our heroes face off against all manner of monstrous plagues, things do seem to be reaching biblical proportions. Could the key to all this be the mysterious Pixel?

Rating: ★★★½☆

RODRIGO
MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000 #6
Writer: Joel Hodgson, Harold Buchholz, Matt McGinnis, Mary Robinson, Seth Robinson, Sharyl Volpe, Mimi Simon
Artist: Todd Nauck, Mike Manley, Jack Pollock
Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date: May 29, 2019
Mad scientist Kinga Forrester, determined to become the Queen of All Media, nearly has the world of comics in her grasp. But she has not reckoned with the nihilistic power of the Crow Keeper!
Joel Hodgson and the MST crew do for comic books what they’ve done for movies, and the results are laugh-out-loud funny!

Rating: ★★★☆☆

DISCUSSION

MY HERO ACADEMIA, VOLUME 2: Rage, You Damned Nerd
Creator: Kohei Horikoshi
Publisher: Shueisha/VIZ Media
Cover Price: $7.99
Getting into U.A. High School was difficult enough, but it was only the beginning of Midoriya’s long road toward becoming a superhero. The new students all have amazing powers, and although Midoriya has inherited All Might’s abilities, he can barely control them. What’s more, the first-year students are told they will have to compete just to avoid being expelled!
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1 Comment

  1. trickster721 on

    As somebody who is similarly outside the target age for Hero Academia, I was pretty ambivalent about it at this point too. The next volume is where I stopped worrying that it would misstep and started to enjoy it as a guilty pleasure, and the volume after that has the first storyline that’s actually really intelligent and impressive. That’s when it becomes clear the creator isn’t just working in the style of western comics, he’s tricked the manga and anime industry into creating an entire franchise and designed dozens of original characters just so he can write for X-Men.

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