The Last Week’s Comics crew speaks their minds on She-Hulk #12, Uncanny X-Men #31 and Multiversity: Mastermen # 1
Michael Edwards takes on Marvel’s Star Wars #2 and Saga#25 while Ian Gonzales reads Hawkeye #21 and Brian Bannen critiques Superman #38 in this week’s edition of Last Week’s Comics.
Brian Bannen reviews Amazing Spider-Man #13 and Justice League #38, Ian Gonzales checks out Gotham Academy #4, Sal Lucci looks at Star Trek/Planet of the Apes: The Primate Directive #2 and Michael Edwards takes on Batman and Robin #38 in this edition of Last Week’s Comics.
In this special, first-of-2015 edition of Last Week’s Comics, Ian Gonzales, Sal Lucci and Michael Edwards discuss the goodies they’ve been reading lately.
As another holiday season blows in like a massive polar vortex, it’s time again to talk about toys. Controversial toys. In the last couple of years there has been some kerfuffle over toys. It’s not a new thing – numerous similar incidents date back to decades ago. But lately these controversies have been concentrated in the area of adult toys. No, not those kind of adult toys – the kind that are based on movies and TV shows that are not targeted towards children. Two big cases have been the Django Unchained toy line being cancelled in 2013 after many
Ian Gonzales tackles Bitch Planet #1, Sal Lucci looks at Savage Dragon #200 and Michael Edwards dissects Uncanny X-Men Annual #1 in this edition of Last Week’s Comics.