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Jaime Arroyo
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King Cap: A Review of Captain America #700
written by Mark Waid drawn by Chris Samnee colored by Matt Wilson back-up story scripted by Waid from a plot by Stan Lee drawn by Jack Kirby (!) and Frank Giacoia colored by Wilson Having deposed King Babbington, Cap sets out to restore some semblance of sa...
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The Battle is Joined: A Review of The Amazing Spider-Man #798
written by Dan Slott illustrated by Stuart Immonen (p) and Wade von Grawbadger (i) colored by Marte Gracia Dan Slott's swansong on The Amazing Spider-Man , "Going Down Swinging" continues as Norman Osborn, having freed himself of the nanites that suppressed...
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Missed Issues: Capsule Reviews of Marvel Two-in-One #s 3, 4 and 5
written by Chip Zdarsky illustrated by Valerio Schiti colored Frank Martin I would have been happy to buy and review these issues when they came out, but unfortunately I neglected to put them on my regular "pull" list and had to hunt them down in back-issue...
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"Mayor Fisk" Concludes: A Review of Daredevil #600 (Vague Spoilers)
written by Charles Soule drawn by Ron Garney colored by Matt Milla Daredevil reaches its landmark 600th issue as the multi-part story arc "Mayor Fisk" reaches its epic conclusion...sort of. Matt Murdock enacts his plan to take down Wilson Fisk, which involv...
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Time's Up for Someone in the Marvel Universe: A Review of The Amazing Spider-Man #797
written by Dan Slott drawn by Stuart Immonen (p) Wade Von Grawbadger (i) colored by Marte Gracia "Going Down Swinging" begins! Dan Slott's swansong begins in earnest as Norman Osborn grills a mysterious person he has kidnapped, while Peter Parker and his er...
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In Need of a Fresh Start: A Review of Captain America #699
written by Mark Waid drawn by Chris Samnee colored by Matt Wilson Trapped in a dystopian future in which America is ruled by a despot, Captain America finds two old allies and, with his new team of Howling Commandos, makes a gallant push to unseat the tyran...
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Spinning Wheels: A Review of The Amazing Spider-Man #796
written by Dan Slott and Christos Gage drawn by Mike Hawthorne (p) Terry Pallot and Cam Smith (i) colored by Erick Arciniega "Red Threat" concludes and sets the stage for Dan Slott's farewell arc "Go Down Swinging" as Norman Osborn grapples with the Carnage...
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