06th Sep2019

‘Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass’ Graphic Novel Review (DC Ink)

by Dean Fuller

Written by Mariko Tamaki | Art by Steve Pugh | Published by DC Ink Most reviews tend to start with a positive, so I’ll buck the trend. I don’t really Like Harley Quinn. There, I said it. Although currently the darling of some fans and a patron saint of female cosplayers, I find the character […]

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08th Jun2018

‘Supergirl: Being Super’ Graphic Novel Review

by Phil Wheat

Written by Mariko Tamaki | Art by Joelle Jones | Format: Paperback, 208pp | Published by DC Comics I’ll be honest as a comic reader I tend to stick to Marvel’s output. That’s not to say I’m not a DC fan, it’s more that my desire to read the companies output has waned over the […]

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16th Oct2017

Jen Walters returns to her Legacy in ‘She-Hulk #159′

by Phil Wheat

The once-green (now gray) goliath otherwise known as Jen Walters is reclaiming her name in Marvel Legacy – starting in She-Hulk #159; and series writer Mariko Tamaki is being joined by new series artist Jahnoy Lindsay to blast off this Legacy run. Since Bruce Banner’s death, Jen has been going through her own issues as […]

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12th Jun2017

‘Hulk #6′ Review

by Dan Clark

Written by Mariko Tamaki | Art by Nico Leon | Published by Marvel Comics I give writer Mariko Tamaki a lot of credit because it could not have been easy to pitch a Hulk story that did not have Hulk into it until the sixth issue. I cannot think of another situation quite like this […]

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23rd Nov2016

Jennifer Walters’ rage explodes in Hulk #1

by Phil Wheat

Jennifer Walters has survived the Civil War, but not unscathed. On December 28th, she rises from the rubble, re-entering the world as a different kind of hero in the brand new Hulk #1… and here’s your first look inside the debut issue from Eisner Award-winning writer Mariko Tamaki (This One Summer) and rising star artist […]

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