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New Avengers #6

As predicted, promised and/or threatened, it is time for my review of New Avengers #6. This the the grand finale to the story arc that was to change the face of Marvel Magic forever, and therefore almost guaranteed to be … Continue reading

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New Avengers #5

By the Hoary Hosts, it has happened. Bendis “went there”. Well, to be fair, he didn’t go all the way there. The absolute worst case scenario would have been if Bendis really had decided that the Ancient One had come … Continue reading

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New Avengers #4

I like Stuart Immonen’s art. I say that because I wanted to start this review on a good note, much like this month’s issue of New Avengers starts out on a good note. New Avengers #3 ended with the absurd … Continue reading

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New Avengers #3

Let’s just get this bit out of the way right now: That is not the Ancient One and we all know it. My displeasure does not arrive from that nonsense. I will elaborate on that later, but let’s get a … Continue reading

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New Avengers #2

This month’s big dose of Strange hit the stores on Wednesday and I am still not feeling the punch. You know who is though? Doctor Strange. Large portions of this comic felt rushed, both Stuart Immonen’s art and Brian Bendis’ … Continue reading

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New Avengers #1

Well, it has begun. The future of Marvel magic, and by extension Doctor Strange, is being shaped by our buddy Brian Michael Bendis right here in the pages of the new New Avengers. This issue had some other stuff about … Continue reading

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Spider-Man: Fever #3

We recently received the third and final installment of Spider-Man: Fever. Brendan McCarthy and Steve Cook finished this wonderful story with the same energy it had when it began. This is a very good thing in my opinion. I always … Continue reading

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