Here we are the day before Spider-Man Homecoming with yet another review in the Week of Spider-Man, this time taking a look at one of the most prominent newer heroes in the Marvel landscape, Miles Morales. Is his transition from Ultimate Marvel to the primary Marvel continuity smooth sailing, or does it slip up? Find out today with Medraut.
Category Archives: Comic Reviews
[Review] Silk Vol. 0
Day 2 of the Week of Spider-Man crawls in with this review of Silk Volume 0! Is Cindy Moon a good fit for the web slinging scene or should she pack her bags? Medraut will help you find out.
[Review] Spider-Gwen Vol. 0
Kicking off a week of Spider-Family tpb reviews leading up to the launch of Spider-Man Homecoming, Medraut tackles a big hitter with the initial volume of Spider-Gwen! Is this just a worthless spin-off or an unmissable gem? Come on and find out!
[Review] Scooby Apocalypse #11
While Velma tries to atone for her sins by herself, the rest of the gang discusses their next action.
[All In or Fold?] Pretty Deadly Vol. 1
Death's daughter rides a horse across the Wild West. Blood and butterflies soar through the air in Pretty Deadly, Medraut's latest endeavor. Pick it up or let it be?
[Review] Scooby Apocalypse #10
Velma embraces her role as the Queen of Monsters and prepares her army for a final attack on humanity's last remaining outpost.
[All In or Fold?] Seven To Eternity Vol. 1
You want magic? We got your magic. You want guns? We got your guns. You want a red floating dude that summons monsters with a flute? Uh, yeah, we got that too. Join Medraut for today's All In or Fold as he delves into the world of Seven To Eternity.
[Review] The Flintstones Vol. 1
Mark Russell and Steve Pugh offer a candid examination on how society reacts to disruptions in the status quo in this topical satire featuring everyone's favorite prehistoric community, Bedrock.
[Review] Scooby Apocalypse #9
While the rest of the gang enjoys some much needed R&R, Velma finally uncovers the gut-wrenching secrets of Project Elysium.
Raven flies solo in a standalone adventure in San Francisco. As she seeks to learn more about herself through her extended family, an extraterrestrial being bent on absorbing human lives interrupts her new life.
[Review] Scooby Apocalypse #8
The gang rushes to a nearby hospital to treat Fred's injury, but they soon realize they aren't alone as chilling screams resound through the halls.
[Review] Scooby Apocalypse #7
The gang plans an escape from Mall-Mart. But with so many creatures lurking about, it's not going to be easy.
[Review] Injustice 2 #1
Injustice 2 just launched today for PS4 and Xbox One, and to accompany it DC has branded yet another tie-in comic series to bridge the plot gaps between the original game and the sequel. The original Injustice comics were so popular they outlasted the game, but could this be the same?
[All In or Fold?] Scooby Apocalypse
Scooby-Doo, where are you? It turns out everyone's favorite canine sleuth has left the investigative business in order to fight against real-world monsters following doomsday. DaCrowz checks out the Scooby gang's modern look to see if this survival thriller comic is worth keeping up with or better left unread.
[All In or Fold?] Paper Girls Vol. 1
Taking a trip to the science fiction styling of the 1980's, Medraut takes a look at Paper Girls, a colorful adventure from Image comics. Should you pick it up, or leave it on the shelf?