Review Round Up: All The Comic Book Reviews From The Past Week

by Olly MacNamee

Every Saturday we bring you the full selection of reviews for all the comic books our team of writers have perused through from the past week or so. And this week, as ever, was another packed week of varied reviews covering a myriad of publishers.

Brendan M Allen’s reviewed Bill & Ted Are Doomed trade paperback from Dark Horse here, Marvel’s Alien #1 here, as well as reviewing Image Comics’ HaHa #3 here.

Meanwhile, Scott Redmond took a look at DC Comics Batman titles, The Next Batman: Second Son #5 here, and Detective Comics #1034 here. Then there was Taskmaster #5 from Marvel here, and Excalibur #19 here. as well as finding the tie to look at BOOM! Studios’ Firefly: Brand New ‘Verse #1 here.

Tony Thornley dug into Marvel’s King in Black tie-in, S.W.O.R.D. #4 here, as well as DC Comics’ Superman/Batman #16 here, and Superman Red & Blue #1 here. He also cast his eye over Image Comics latest sell-out sensation, UltraMega #1 here.

Richard Bruton delivered reviews for Marvel’s bloated Captain America: King in Black Special here, and British Ice from Top Shelf here.

Joining me with just the one review (I looked at Vault Comics’ Barbaric #1 here) are Rachel Bellwoar who gave her thoughts on One Press’ Delicates here and rounding off this week’s fistful of reviews was Benjamin Hall with a review of Miskatonic #5 from AfterShock here. Sadly, it’s nota. series he seems to be enjoying, but hats off to him for sticking with it so far.

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