Archive for Grey Scherl

Review: Uncanny X-Men Annual #1 by Brian Bendis and Andrea Sorrentino

Whatever happened to Eva Bell? The secret life begins here! »»

The Gold Standard: Booster's End and the What If?! Factor

Note: This was written back in October, and I could have sworn it was posted back in October. Yes, I can be THAT flaky. I have no excuse for why there was no follow up, or why I didn't realize this wasn't posted until I went to write the follow up. B »»

Axis Review: Avengers/X-Men: Axis #6 by Rick Remender and Terry Dodson

Good is evil, evil is good, dogs and cats living together, mass hysteria »»

Review: Wonder Woman #36 by Meredith and David Finch

A new creative team takes zero steps forward, and about three years worth of steps back. »»

The Nexus Roundtable: The Death of Wolverine and Marvel's Diversity Initiative

We got the boys together to talk about some of the goings on at Marvel in the wake of Wolverine dying. »»

Review: Amazing Spider-Man #8 by Dan Slott, Christos Gage, and Giuseppe Camuncoli

The last stand on what was a Spider-Girl World...and Spider-Man and Ms. Marvel team up, but who cares? SPIDER-GIRL! »»

Review: Justice League #34 by Geoff Johns and Scott Kolins

The epilogue of Injustice League proves to be a fun issue with some great throwbacks. »»

Avengers Now Review: Thor #1 by Jason Aaron and Russell Dauterman

It's a whole new era of Thor...Unworthy! »»

The Gold Standard: Marvel's Diversity NOW! Initiative

I miss Spider-Girl. I know, I know, as infrequently as I seem to show up to expel my sage words of comic wisdom, that never seems to be forgotten. I loved that book, and I miss it every day. I miss the idea of a Marvel canon that actually »»

Review: Booster Gold Future's End #1 by Dan Jurgens and his Boosterrific Friends

Booster Gold is back! But which Booster is he? And where is he? »»

Two Guys Talking Comics: X-Men, Spider-Verse, and Skitch joins the crew!

Spider-Man, the X-Men, Multiversity...how you doin? »»

Review: All-New X-Men #32 by Brian Bendis and Mahmud Asrar

The Ultimate crossover that nobody demanded is here! »»

Futures End Review: Earth 2 Future's End #1

Five years later an Earth 2 book is about an Earth 1 character that doesn't resemble the version appearing in the weekly Future's End book. This will not be fun. »»

Review: Justice League #33 by Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke

The League takes on the Doom Patrol; winner gets Power Ring. »»

The Gold Standard: Let's Talk Future's End

Let's talk about the first fourteen issues, shall we? »»

Review: Uncanny X-Men #23 by Brian Bendis and Kris Anka

Original Sin strikes the Uncanny X-Men, but wisely never mentions the event once, »»

Review: Grayson #1 by Tim Seeley, Tom King, and Mikel Janin

Dick Grayson is dead. Long live Agent 37! »»

Review: Justice League #31 by Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke

Lex Luthor continues his quest to legitimacy. »»

Review: Uncanny X-Men #22 By Brian Bendis and Chris Bachalo

The conclusion to the X-Men's war with SHIELD is here! »»

Review: Forever Evil #7 by Geoff Johns and David Finch

The epic conclusion is finally here! »»

Review: Justice League United #0 by Jeff Lemire and Mike McKone

A brand new League begins to come together. »»

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