Black Nerd problems : comics
10  mai     19h51
Hellions #11 Review: Save Us Mister Sinister
Oz Longworth    Hellions continues to offer a dark bit of comedic relief to the deathly serious, big idea stuff that makes the Hickman era of X-Men tick. The post Hellions #11 Review: Save Us Mister Sinister appeared first on Black Nerd Problems.
08  mai     00h47
Heroes Reborn #1 Review
Oz Longworth    Writer: Jason Aaron Artist(s): Ed McGuinness & Mark Morales Marvel Comics I like to think there’s a Big ... The post Heroes Reborn #1 Review appeared first on Black Nerd Problems.
05  mai     13h38
Die #16 Review
Mikkel Snyder    Writer: Kieron Gillen Artist: Stephanie Hans Image I have reviewed every single issue of Die that has come ... The post Die #16 Review appeared first on Black Nerd Problems.
    13h36
Home #2 Advance Review
Mikkel Snyder    Writer: Julio Anata Artist: Anna Wieszczyk Image One of the things that Home does extraordinarily well is capturing ... The post Home #2 Advance Review appeared first on Black Nerd Problems.
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Suicide Squad #3 Review
Morgan Hampton    Writer: Robbie Thompson Artists: Eduardo Pansica and Julio Ferreira DC Comics New Suicide Squad book, same rules. Off ... The post Suicide Squad #3 Review appeared first on Black Nerd Problems.
    13h30
Eve #1 Review
Mikkel Snyder    Writer: Victor LaValle Artist: Jo Mi-Gyeong Boom Studios I think I was in middle school when I heard ... The post Eve #1 Review appeared first on Black Nerd Problems.
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Green Lantern #2 Review
Morgan Hampton    Writer: Geoffery Thorne Artist: Dexter Soy and Marco Santucci DC Comics The Lanterns come together to mourn the ... The post Green Lantern #2 Review appeared first on Black Nerd Problems.
04  mai     17h26
Jupiter’s Legacy’ Series Premiere Review
Ja-Quan Greene    Spoiler Free Review Jupiter’s Legacy just dropped for all the world to see, and it is rife with chiseled chins, ... The post Jupiter’s Legacy’ Series Premiere Review appeared first on Black Nerd Problems.
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Miles Morales: Spider-Man #25 Review
Chris Aiken    The clone storyline is a bit hit or miss, but I’m optimistic about Ahmed’s take given the Accessor arc & his character development of Miles. The post Miles Morales: Spider-Man #25 Review appeared first on Black Nerd Problems.
03  mai     19h33
An Exclusive First Look at ABBOTT: 1973 #5
Mikkel Snyder    We’re excited to provide the first look at ABBOTT: 1973 #5, the final issue of the series from Miles Morales: ... The post An Exclusive First Look at ABBOTT: 1973 #5 appeared first on Black Nerd Problems.