Ae you lost on which comics to buy this week? Well, you’re in luck! Below we have reviews for Avengers Vs. X-Men #6 and Before Watchmen Comedian #1!
Avengers Vs. X-Men #6
Act Two of the incredible Marvel event begins in this issue, which teases big things to come in the Marvel Universe. Written by the brilliant Jonathan Hickman and drawn by the talented Oliver Coipel, this exciting sixth issue will keep you hooked from cover to cover.
After the shocking events of the last issue, Captain America and the Avengers find themselves overwhelmed by the power of the Phoenix, which has taken over the bodies of Cyclops and four other X-Men. Together, the Avengers must infiltrate Utopia and rescue Hope Summers before it is too late.
Well-written, beautifully drawn, and thoroughly entertaining, Avengers Vs. X-Men #6 promises plenty of thrills and surprises, and the final panel will leave readers gasping for breath. It can only get better from here!
So far, Avengers Vs. X-Men has been one of the most shocking and exciting Marvel events to date. Seeing Marvel’s two greatest superhero teams pitted against each other in an epic battle for Earth’s fate is no doubt many fans’ dream, and so far the team behind this incredible story has gone above and beyond in delivering a memorable comic event.
Before Watchmen Comedian #1
The third Before Watchmen limited series kicks off with Before Watchmen Comedian #1, a fun and engaging read that will leave readers wanting more as soon as they finish this one.
Here we discover the origins of one of the most important players in the Watchmen universe, Comedian. The early days of Comedian’s career are packed with turmoil and violence, and it remains to be seen how this will shape the character.
While not the best Before Watchmen title, Comedian does a fantastic job re-introducing us to the character. Brian Azzarello writes the character almost as well as Alan Moore did in the original, and J.G. Jones provides great artwork that perfectly compliments the writing.
If you’ve been keeping up with Before Watchmen, this issue is definitely worth picking up.