Midnighter 7 Comic Book Review YOUTUBE (3).Movie_Snapshot

The epic conclusion to Midnighter’s first story arc that has him being pitted against Prometheus. In the previous universe, Prometheus was able to defeat Batman in hand to hand combat. This is a slightly different scenario but nonetheless, still very exciting.

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Young Avengers Vol 2 FINAL Vimeo.Movie_Snapshot

This is the second part to the Young Avengers first series that debut from Marvel Comics back in 2005. This review encompasses issues #7-12 and includes two stories. This first story is called Secret Identities and revolves around Patriot and his abilities as a superhero. The second story is a background story that explains Hulkling’s unique origin. Incredibly original story and great artwork illustrating this team’s dynamics.

Written by: Allen Heinberg
Art by: Andrew Devito and Jim Cheung
Published by: Marvel Comics
Released: 2005-2006

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Masters of the Universe Mini Comic Book Collection YOUTUBE (3).Movie_Snapshot

By far, Masters of the Universe is my favorite genre. I love the original stories, the cartoon, and especially the mini comic books that were included with the original figures. Finally, Dark Horse comics has released a collection of almost all of the mini comics that have been produced by Mattel/DC Comics/Dark Horse throughout the run of the toy figures. This book is incredible! I’m loving it more than I can describe.

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Hercules 1 YOUTUBE (4).Movie_Snapshot

Jem and the Holograms from IDW Comics. I reviewed all of these titles individually before on my former YouTube account, so I figured I’d revisit them all as a whole in the first volume. The series is great and if you ignore and pretend that the movie never happened, you can have an untarnished memory of this great fandom that exists. Check out my thoughts on the first six issues of this series in the video below.

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Midnighter Vol 1 (2).Movie_Snapshot

Check out my thoughts on the first 6 issues of DC Comic’s most notable gay supehero who is carrying his own title in a mainstream comic book universe. Midnighter is a super powered cross between Batman and the Punisher that dishes out a badass brand of justice to his foes. Excellent first story arc and definitely worth reading.

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Young Avengers Vol 1 (4).Movie_Snapshot

There are no sidekicks in the Marvel Universe. Or are there? This first volume of the Young Avengers introduces the world to the newest teenager superheroes that are destined to be epic. Jim Cheung and Allen Heinberg join forces for this first volume of the series. Watch the video below to see me thoughts on issues 1-6 of this epic series.

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All New All Different Avengers 1 (2).Movie_Snapshot

This just in, the first issue of All New All Different Avengers is out! This is a completely new line up that has familiar title characters, but with different faces that are filling those roles. Check out my thoughts on the first issue in the video below.

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All New All Different Avengers 1.Movie_Snapshot

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Hercules 1 (3).Movie_Snapshot

Hercules may have been decreed by Marvel Comic Book Editor in Chief – Axel Alonso as NOT being gay, but you could totally fool the reader. This was a great first issue, but Hercules screams hot sexy dad. He’s half naked and cooking in his first panel appearance in the comic. Not that I am complaining. This first issue of Hercules has a solid start, with an introduction into the immortal hero’s life. The series will focus on his travels on Earth as he has adjusted to learning that he is no longer the lone superhero on the planet. Ancient foes will be focused on with a modern twist. He has a new uniform and a unique outlook towards life as he incorporates technology with the powers of ancient Greece to aid him along the way.

Written by: Dan Abnett
Drawn by: Luke Ross
Published by: Marvel Comics
Released: November 2015

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Hercules 1 (2).Movie_Snapshot

Ram Man Masters Classics (3).Movie_Snapshot

I’ve been waiting to get this figure for years! I love Ramman. He was one of my favorite figures from the original toyline. He’s huge, he’s strong and may not be the smartest of all of the Masters of the Universe, but he definitely has a lot of heart in his character. Check out my thoughts on the figure in the video below.

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Inifinity Gauntlet  6.Movie_Snapshot

Nebula has the Infinity Gauntlet and Thanos has been defeated. Earth’s heroes try one last counter-attack to save the Universe.

This is the conclusion of the epic Infinity Gauntlet series that set Thanos up as taking on the most powerful cosmic entities in the Marvel Universe and ultimately losing everything. Even with the power of the Infinity Gauntlet, the power of God can change hands very readily.

The Infinity Gauntlet – Issue #6
Written by: Jim Starlin
Illustration/Cover: Ron Lim
Released: August, 1991

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