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X-Men Apocalypse Reviews = ‘Meh’???

This weekend, 20th Century Fox held the first screenings of Bryan Singer’s X-Men Apocalypse and now the reviews are in. Some people love Singer’s epic vision, but most found it to be long, bloated, and disappointing. We’ve got examples of them all. Source: The First Reviews of X-Men Apocalypse Are In, and They’re ‘Meh’ io9.com does the work for me in gathering them, but the early...

NYCC2015: Interview with Chris Claremont

Tim Dowd sits down with writer Chris Claremont at the New York Comic Con to discuss his career, what he’s currently doing and a little on how comic con scares the heck out of him through one cosplayer. Check out more interviews from New York Comic Con 2015 on our Youtube channel or here at TheReviewZoo.com And check out more of Tim Dowd on his new launched show, The Splash Panel, also found ...

Post Picks – Thanksgiving Turkey and Comics

I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving filled with family, friends, food, and… comics. If the last thing was left out then you really don’t know how to enjoy Thanksgiving. I mean how could you not invite Iron Man and Batman to your Thanksgiving table? I think they’ve earned their spot over the years. Clear a spot, and get them plenty of gravy. Now on to the reviews. The New 52 Futures End #30 I’...

Post’s Picks Comic Reviews – Probation Is Over

DC is off probation, for now. It’s not because I think they are doing any better, it’s because I want to be fair and balanced. In order to do that I need to be open to reviewing any comic that comes across my desk, even those that make no sense or make me want to punch something. This week was pretty little on the comic side, but I’ll make due with what’s there. Now on to the reviews. Wonder Woman...

Post’s Picks Comic Reviews – The Hangover Is Over

The New York Comic Con hangover is finally over. I don’t know what it is but every year I am beat after the con is over. This year was no different, and all the comic announcements about coming book series has really gotten my brain running. Civil War is coming back, a new Planet Hulk, and DC is doing something. (I’m not sure what…but something) So without any more delay, lets get to the comics. J...

Post’s Picks – Future’s End Needs To End

Seemed like a little of a slow week this week, with a couple great books as standouts. Marvel and Image both brought top flight contenders to the ring, while DC is relying heavily on their “Future’s End” storyline. Now that good and bad because they want to tell the full story, but if someone doesn’t like the “Future’s End” storyline, then its unlikely for them to read any of the DC books this wee...

Post’s Picks – My Original Sin is Comic Reviews

DC is pretty much doing all their books as Future’s End tie ins, while Marvel is putting a lot into the end of Original Sin. Both seem like cool prospects, but I’ve seen great stories end badly, and I’ve seen tie ins ruin storylines. I hope that neither of these are true. Only one way to find out…on to reviews. Justice League #33 DC’s only non tie in book this week. Justice League has been slowly ...

Post’s Picks Comic Book Reviews – What Multiversity?

Week 36 – What Multiversity? Last week I didn’t review Multiversity for a very important reason. I DON’T LIKE GRANT MORRISON. He used to be a great comic book mind, but now he has to get so weird, and far out that most of his stories don’t make sense. So far Multiversity is in the same book. Also, he loves to destroy character that I like. It took a long time for Batman to come back, and I d...

Post’s Picks Comic Reviews Week 29

I hope everyone had a great 4th of July weekend, and that many of you either watch the new Guardians of the Galaxy trailer, or at least heard about it. (It was awesome) Now that we are all well rest…maybe…its time to get back to important things, like comic books and anything related to comic books. There are a lot of #1 comics coming out this week, so I hope at least one becomes an amazing series...

Post’s Picks Weekly Comic Reviews #25th Edition

Most people are excited for Friday because the weekend start, but I have to say I’m just as excited for Wednesdays because I get some new comic books to read. Pretty much a full day of great stories and interesting characters is enough to make anybody excited. So without any further delay, lets get going to the reviews. The Walking Dead #128 I still don’t know what “The Walking Dead” is becoming i...

X-Men: Days of Future Past Review

On paper X-Men: Days of Future Past is a very ambitious film. First it is marrying the original X-Men series with the “prequel” series. With that marriage comes the joining of both casts which could appear to be a rather over stuffed movie. I’ll be honest that was a fear I had going into this movie as well. One such fear I can thankfully say after seeing it was lifted. There is a...

The Marvel DC Super Hero Draft

With the NFL Draft upon us, I had an interesting idea of what if there was a draft within the comic book universe. As I was thinking of the best way to structure this fantasy draft, I decided to make it easy and do it like the WWE did their drafts over the years. Here is how its going to work: I’m taking only the big two…Marvel and DC. (This is because if we included lets say Darkhorse and Image, ...

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