I am Groot.
Your favorite Marvel characters drawn as babies (and sometimes kids) by artist Skottie Young. All in one adorable place!
We love our leading ladies, and the latest superheroine to get her own title is She-Hulk. Check Lindsey's full review right HERE!
A ton of hype surrounded the launch of the all-female X-Men team, and now hype is about all that's left.
Seasons change and so do our pull lists. G3 is keeping you up-to-date and in style with a list of comics you should probably be reading.
For the past two years, Rick Remender's Uncanny X-Force has been something I quite looked forward to on Wednesdays. At a time when many of my favorite superhero comics were not that great or being canceled, Uncanny X-Force was a consistently good title and filled that superhero space in my heart. So, when the opportunity... Continue Reading →
This dynamic duo hits some big books for the week over at Newsarama. Click here to check out our Rapid Reviews of Uncanny X-Force, Fatale, and Batman & Robin.
It’s weeks like this that make me so happy to be a comic book reader. All three titles that I pulled stuck the landing (My Batman and Robin #1 review is here) and marked the beginning of exciting new eras. We’re not just talking DC, either. Let’s get it started with: Batwoman #1 There’s... Continue Reading →
There's nothing like a hefty Wednesday haul, especially when the books are as good as mine were this week. From a promising upstart to two venerable titles that took their bows, there's quite a bit to cover. Here we go ...
The pull list was pretty meager this week, but discovering Steve McNiven's art made the drive to my LCS worth it. The lovely Zatanna is unrepresented here only because I overestimated the amount of cash I had on hand Wednesday. She's coming home with me tomorrow, but here's a brief, double Marvel rundown. Captain America... Continue Reading →
A couple of years ago, a friend and mutual comic book fan handed me the first trade volume of Ultimate Spider-Man. Sure, I liked Peter Parker and had always related to him as a nerdy underdog who was fast with a quip. But I hardly expected this book to become such a treasured and long-lasting... Continue Reading →