The final item of my Deadpool birthday goodies (that I’ve been stringing out since May), pretty much every moment of this was an absolute blast, so much so that I’ve already put the remaining volumes on my Christmas wishlist. In Volume 1: Isn’t It Bromantic, we find Deadpool wooing Spiderman in the hopes of them becoming BFFs. There’s nothing he won’t do to win Spidey over, including tricking Thor into a double-date (resulting in a Ladies Night to remember at the Hellhouse club), but there’s a pretty big obstacle in his way – he’s also been contracted to kill Peter […]
Silk is one of the highly-anticipated (by me, anyways) new titles to come out of the Spider-Verse event. Penned by Supernatural writer Robbie Thompson and drawn by Stacey Lee, this comic introduces Cindy Moon as the new web-slinging superhero of New York. But don’t worry Parker fans, Peter is still around, and occasionally fights crime beside Silk, despite her best efforts to avoid him.
I have a confession to make. Please don’t judge me for this, but before I saw The Avengers I didn’t know anything about Marvel Comics. I hadn’t seen any of the other movies yet. I’d heard about them, of course, but they never interested me enough to really make the effort to see them. After The Avengers, though, I made a point to watch them all and now own most of them. I eagerly read each piece of news about the new movies as they come up, tracking to see what characters might pop up. As is my way, once […]