Browsing: ed brisson

Review Ghost Rider #2 Review 6.7
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Ghost Rider #2 Review

It’s a battle decades in the making: Johnny Blazer Vs. Danny Ketch!  Choose your Rider!  Your Major Spoilers review of Ghost Rider #2 awaits!

Review New Mutants #1 Review 8.7
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New Mutants #1 Review

What does the brave new X-World hold for Professor Xavier’s third wave of students?  Your Major Spoilers review of New Mutants #1 awaits!

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Contagion #5 (of 5) Review

The epic conclusion of the fungus that has rampaged across New York hits the comic stands this week! Find out more in the Major Spoilers Review of Contagion #5 by Marvel!

Review 7.0
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Contagion #2 Review

The Urchin is loose in New York and has taken out the Reed, Sue, and Johnny of the Fantastic Four. Can Sparrow, Iron First, and The Thing gather allies and contain it? Find out in Contagion #2 by Marvel Comics!

Review Contagion #1 Review 7.3
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Contagion #1 Review

A strange fungus, hailing from a mystical city, has begun spreading and Marvel’s first family may be the first to fall victim to it’s grip. Your Major Spoilers review of Contagion #1 awaits!

Review 6.0
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Ghost Rider #1 – Review

Johnny Blaze is the King of Hell and is returning to New York to catch some stray demons. Find out what happens when he catches the other Ghost Rider, Danny Ketch in Ghost Rider #1 by Marvel Comics!

Review Sang, Ed Brisson, Oni Press, Black Eyed Betties, Vexxed, Old Man Logan, Cable, Alessandro Micelli, Takashi Miike, film, Don Minchella, Marvel, 8.7
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The Ballad of Sang OGN Review

Ed Brisson caught my attention with The Mantle, a unique take on superheroes. I find it fun to explore the world-building imagination of such a writer, and that leads me to the collected edition of his book The Ballad of Sang, just released from Oni Press.

Review X-Force #1 Review 3.7
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X-Force #1 Review

Cable is dead.  Can his former strike force bring his killer to justice?  Your Major Spoilers review of X-Force #1 awaits!

Review Uncanny X-Men #1 Review 8.7
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Uncanny X-Men #1 Review

Disassembled. It is a phrase with history in the Marvel Universe. The last time it was used to describe a major event, the Avengers were changed forever. Old legends died and new legends were born. Now the term has been hung on the collective heads of the X-Men, and that can’t be good. Let’s see how it starts in UNCANNY X-MEN #1, on shelves now!

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