Fangirls, this issue has me worried. Captain Marvel gets dropped back off at her ship by Lila, only to find her ship empty and off. She uses her power to restart it, but can only see that Tic and Chewie have been kidnapped by the Haffensye. Once her ship starts up again, she realizes that the Haffensye didn’t destroy it, because they wanted to kill her in the process; it was a trap.
I’m not sure where we are, Fangirls. I don’t know what is going on. I don’t know what DC has done with my Batwoman. It’s issue #35, we’re in space, and I can’t follow anything. I’m trying to mourn the impending end of this series, and they’re not giving me much to hang on to.
Well, Fangirls, it has been a while since we’ve checked up on our teenage eye laser friend. When we last saw him, things weren’t going the best. He had been adopted into the crew of his rival ship, where his father is now being kept prisoner. He’s now being left to figure out how to not be a suspicious member of the crew, and how to rescue his father & himself. Of course, that’s not easy. Especially when you might not exactly want to.
Fangirls, I love Captian Marvel. She’s great, Kelly Sue Deconnick is great, everything is great. Especially this issue.
This series has been a whole lot of ups & downs for both Scott Summers & the reader. Parts of this series really could be better, but for the most part, it has been better than expected. Now it’s got a new writer & artist, and it’s tough to tell exactly what that means for Cyclops. Because not a whole lot happened this issue.
Kelly Sue DeConnick (of Captain Marvel and Pretty Deadly fame) and Valentine De Landro bring us Image’s new b-movie style comic, Bitch planet. Taking cues from exploitative films of the 7o’s, this new series is set on a brutal and over the top women-only prison planet. This can only be entertaining. Read More »
Have you been reading Captain Marvel by Kelly Sue DeConnick? If you have, high five, Carol Corps. If not, this is your first warning. Go read them. Especially since Marvel announced that Captain Marvel (Carol Danvers, no less) will have her own movie coming out in a couple years, you should go read it now, so you’re prepped for how rad it should be.