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Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus
Grimlock ♥ Ultra Magnus rated it 5 years ago
Changing Vision's history like this doesn't make sense, and the story was slightly less than a five-star read. Some moments just felt off, like all the mush and smiling at the end. Having said that, I did really like some of this. Vision's lost some of his memories, and is on a quest to get the...
Tigus
Tigus rated it 5 years ago
Thanks to this, I just got inundated with the type of incessant dialogue to be expected not only from Doctor Doom, but also the Red Skull, the Sub-Mariner, Magneto, and so on. They don't talk like normal people; megalomaniacs have their own schools of etiquette, obviously. It's not so mind-numbing...
brandonsears
brandonsears rated it 7 years ago
The second volume of Batman: Black & White is much like the first. Editor Mark Chiarello gathers together some of the most acclaimed writers and artists who then produce short stories about The Dark Knight. While I didn’t find the overall experience as strong as the first collection, there were st...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 7 years ago
reading the biography bit at the end caused my brain to hurt. That was one confused dude! Ant Man has had to deal with a lot of issues in his life and a lot of them are to do with identiy and guilt. He's a bit of a mess and this has some snapshots of his life and different identities. Intresting...
Rich's Gulag
Rich's Gulag rated it 7 years ago
This volume of the She-Hulk trade paperbacks features the first five issues of the 2005 series, again written by Dan Slott. Titania's rampage has left emotional scars on Jennifer, and she now has to use a device to transform into her alter-ego. Timely Plaza is being rebuilt, but a mysterious new CEO...
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