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Ms Marvel #1 Review

Ms. Marvel Issue 1 Review Where Conflicted Teen Tries to Find Her Place By Jerry W. Vandal “You thought that if you disobeyed your parents—your culture—your religion—your classmates would accept you. What happened instead?” — Captain America in Ms. Marvel Issue 1 With its wave of new Marvel Now! titles the comic book publisher has decided to tackle something that has always been an uphill battle in the comic book...

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Casting KRAVEN

CASTING KRAVEN The Hunter Should Take a Shot at Hollywood By Jerry W. Vandal Spider-Man is held tightly in the grasp of the Vulture as he flies low through the car packed streets of New York City. A news crew is bobbing and weaving through traffic as it attempts to keep up with the embattled foes. Vulture releases Spider-Man into the trunk of a car causing the arachnid hero to collide into and bounce defenselessly to the ground. The...

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From Blind Devil to Dark Knight

From Blind Devil to Dark Knight: Why There’s Possibility for More Than Failure For Affleck By Jerry W. Vandal “Nobody panics when things go according to plan, even if the plans are horrifying. If I tell the press that tomorrow a gangbanger will get shot, or a truckload of soldiers will get blown up, nobody panics. But when I say one little old mayor will die, everyone loses their minds!” –Heath Ledger as the...

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X-Men #1-3: Primer

X-Men #1-3: Primer Where the X-Women Continue to Do What They Best by Jerry W. Vandal “know what would make your all-female book better? Some male characters”-20% of the emails I’ve gotten.- That was a tweet Brian Wood put up months before the relaunch of X-Men # 1, a book that looked by solicitations to differentiate itself from the other X-titles by showcasing a team comprised of only female X-Men. The picture was...

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The Man of Steel: A Heart That Eclipses Darkness

The Man of Steel: A Heart That Eclipses Darkness By Jerry W. Vandal “My parents taught me to respect justice.” “My parents killer was never brought to justice.” Those are the opening lines from Jeph Loeb and Ed McGuinness’s World’s Finest (aka Superman/Batman). Those two lines became the nails upon which the narrative captions of Loeb’s run were hanged on. These two heroes see the world in a very different way, but...

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