Bucky Barnes is back with a five-issue limited run, written by Kyle Higgins with art by Rob Reis, and letters by VC'S Clayton Cowles.
Winter in America was written by Ta-Neishi Coates, pencilled by Leinil Francis Yu, inked by Gerry Alanguilan and Leinil Francis Yu. The letterers were Joe Caramagna and Cory Petit, and it collects Captain America (2018) #1-6, with material from Avengers/ Captain America Free Comic Book Day 2018. Previously in Captain America… Marvel sums it up pretty… Continue reading Captain America: Winter in America Review
So, you want to start reading comic books, but you don't know where to start? Well, don't worry, I've got your back. Welcome to a new series where I try to break it all down for you. How do comic books work? Typically comic books are released every week, or every month, (or, every 300… Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide to Comic Books: The Basics
Last year I reviewed Civil War: A Marvel Comics Event, and it was my most read post (so thanks for that!), and now I'm back with a new Civil War review. **No Spoilers for CW: Captain America, but possible spoilers for CW: A Marvel Comics Event** What do I need to read before this? Civil War:… Continue reading Civil War: Captain America Review
You may know by now, having seen my Graphic Novel Haul, that I decided to separate these from my main haul. Shades of Magic Vol. 1: The Steel Prince by Schwab, Olimpieri, Angiolini, and Steen 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟 As someone who loves both the medium of comics, and the Shades of Magic series, the announcement of this… Continue reading Graphic Novel Wrap-Up: I 2019
I bought three graphic novels this month, and I just wanted to share that. Hopefully I'll be buying more throughout the year and I'll have enough to do regular-ish hauls. Captain America: Winter in America by Coates/ Yu I'm not going to lie, I bought this because I thought it looked cool, but I feel… Continue reading Graphic Novel Haul: March 2019
You may be wondering, Victoria, why are you revising a random first issues that was released over a year ago. Well, I intend on bombarding you with comic reviews... just kidding, at least about the bombarding part, I just want to do more comic book reviews, and this was the first one I grabbed, so… Continue reading Comic Book Review: Batman/the Shadow #1
"They want to be transported to a world where bigger truths are at work, and anything-- anything can happen. A world where the impossible is possible." -Alfred Pennyworth, Zero Year Today at Comic Corner I'm brining you a review for Batman Zero Year Pt.1, which collects issues #21-26 of the comic, by Scott Snyder and… Continue reading Book Review: Batman Zero Year Pt.1