Kaitlyn Booth

Spider-Gwen #4 Is Gwen Stacy Confronting Her Guilt

Spider-Gwen #4 Is Gwen Stacy Confronting Her Guilt

Spider-Gwen #4, written by Jason Latour and drawn by Robbi Rodriguez, is the story of Gwen seeking forgiveness for Peter’s death and realizing that maybe she can be Spider-Woman and Gwen at the same time. Spider-Gwen #4 cover by Robbi Rodriguez from Marvel.com Spider-Gwen #4 WRITER: Jason Latour ARTIST: Robbi Rodriguez COLORIST: Rico Renzi LETTERER: […]

 Kaitlyn Booth

Spider-Gwen #3 Has Gwen Stacy Facing The Possibility That Her Identity Is Compromised

Spider-Gwen #3 Has Gwen Stacy Facing The Possibility That Her Identity Is Compromised

Spider-Gwen #3, written by Jason Latour and drawn by Robbi Rodriguez, has Gwen Stacy struggling with keeping her identity a secret. Spider-Gwen #3 cover by Robbi Rodriguez from Marvel.com Spider-Gwen #3 WRITER: Jason Latour ARTIST: Robbi Rodriguez COLORIST: Rico Renzi LETTERER: VC’s Clayton Cowles PUBLISHER: Marvel Comics RELEASE DATE: April 1, 2014 Make sure you […]

 Kaitlyn Booth

Spider-Gwen #2 Shows The Conflict Between Being A Superhero And Dealing With Real Life

Spider-Gwen #2 Shows The Conflict Between Being A Superhero And Dealing With Real Life

Spider-Gwen #2, written by Jason Latour and drawn by Robbi Rodriguez, continues the introduction to one of the most interesting woman in the Marvel universe. Spider-Gwen #2 cover by Robbi Rodriguez from Marvel.com Spider-Gwen #1 WRITER: Jason Latour ARTIST: Robbi Rodriguez COLORIST: Rico Renzi LETTERER: VC’s Clayton Cowles PUBLISHER: Marvel Comics RELEASE DATE: March 11, […]

 Kaitlyn Booth

Spider-Gwen #1 Continues Gwen Stacy’s Revival From Dead Love Interest To Hero

Spider-Gwen #1 Continues Gwen Stacy’s Revival From Dead Love Interest To Hero

Spider-Gwen #1, written by Jason Latour and drawn by Robbi Rodriguez, is the second spin off to come from the Spider-Verse event and continues the story of Gwen Stacy: Spider-Woman in a new ongoing series. Spider-Gwen #1 cover by Robbi Rodriguez from Marvel.com Spider-Gwen #1 WRITER: Jason Latour ARTIST: Robbi Rodriguez COLORIST: Rico Renzi LETTERER: […]

 Kaitlyn Booth

Review: Edge of the Spider-Verse #2: Gwen Stacy Is Going To Be Marvel’s New Leading Lady

Review: Edge of the Spider-Verse #2: Gwen Stacy Is Going To Be Marvel’s New Leading Lady

The Edge of the Spider-Verse miniseries features alternate universe one-shots on the Spider-Man mythology and issue #2, written by Jason Latour with art by Robbi Rodriguez, we meet Gwen Stacy: Spider-Woman Edge of the Spider-Verse #2 cover by Robbi Rodriguez from marvel.com Edge of the Spider-Verse #2 WRITER: Jason Latour ARTIST: Robbi Rodriguez COLORIST: Rico […]

 Adrienne Fox

WPR First Look Comics: Gwen Stacy in Edge of Spider-Verse #2

WPR First Look Comics: Gwen Stacy in Edge of Spider-Verse #2

This is not the Gwen Stacy of old. Check her out as the new vigilante powerhouse Spider-woman in Edge of Spider-Verse #2! Straight from Marvel: As spider-powered heroes from across all universes unite to battle back the threat of Morlun, meet a young girl from Midtown High who learned that with great power, comes great […]

 Kara O'Connor

Southern Bastards #2: Running Interference

Southern Bastards #2: Running Interference

In Southern Bastards #2, Earl Tubbs continues to struggle with leaving behind his hometown of Craw County as the mystery and violence mounts.   Southern Bastards #2 Writer: Jason Aaron Artist: Jason LaTour Publisher: Image Comics Release Date: May 28, 2014 Southern Bastards #2 – $2.80 Retail Price: $3.50 You Save: $0.70 Who is Euless […]

 Ryan Thomason

From the Comic Hold: A bunch of comics from Dark Horse

From the Comic Hold: A bunch of comics from Dark Horse

I’ll just straight up admit it, I find myself giving more attention to the comics that Dark Horse puts out than any other. This past week I read the new Star Wars #4, The Massive #10, Sledgehammer 44 #2 and X #0.

 Ryan Thomason

From the Comic Hold: Sledgehammer 44 #1

From the Comic Hold: Sledgehammer 44 #1

Before you sigh and roll your eyes about another WW2, robots and Nazi shenanigans of Mignola and Dark Horse just give this first issue a shot at least.