Doom! Tony managed to kick his old mentor, Eli Warren, off the Moon, leaving one less major player in the search for Phlogistone. But in doing so, he revealed the location of the dangerous element to his sworn enemy, Doctor Doom! With the brutal dictator doing everything he can to get some Phlogistone of his own, does Tony even stand a chance?
Continuing on with Iron Man on the moon, moving from piece to piece as we get a good look at Tony as he’s seeming to fall apart. His relationship with his deputy is also getting strained with worrying comments thrown in here and there. There is a lot of Doctor Doom in this issue, and you can expect more in the next with a good bait and switch by the Doom-bots. There’s quite a slow burn on this story, and not as much use of the infinite canvas used here, which it could be!
Another ‘regened’ issue of 2000 AD out this week from Rebellion. Giving us something for old and new readers alike. Cadet Dredd: Sub-Optimal by Arthur Wyatt (w) Davide Tinto (a) Gary Caldwell (c) Annie Parkhouse (l) […]
From Zenescope Entertainment this week is the latest issue of Grimm Fairy Tales – some thoughts below: As Skye’s quest to free Shang from the Dark Book continues, she’ll soon learn not everyone wants her […]
Now on Kickstarter, I’ve had a chance to review Caspian Porter issues #0 and #1 from SnowyWorks. Caspian Porter is on the run! Hot on his tail are the SMCI Corporation’s corporate cronies, ready to […]