Reviews Reviews by the 80's kid

Reviews by the 80's kid

Batman: The Murder Machine 1

Batman: The Murder Machine #1

Batman: The Murder Machine #1 Written by Frank Tieri / Drawn by Riccardo Federici Is there anything Batman can’t do? Well, apparently when it comes to...

Review: The Divided States of Hysteria #1

The Divided States of Hysteria #1 Written and drawn by Howard Chaykin Howard Chaykin’s newest comic makes it past the censors and on to comic shelves...
Mister Miracle 1

Simply Miraculous!

Mister Miracle #1 Written by Tom King / Drawn by Mitch Gerard This year marks the 100th birthday of legendary comicbook artist and creative dynamo Jack...
Secret Empire 8

Deus Ex Machina

Secret Empire #8 Written by Nick Spencer / Drawn by Daniel Acuna, Rod Reis and Sean Izaakse Secret Empire #8 flips the script on the plight...
Riverdale One-Shot

Review: Riverdale One-Shot

Riverdale One-Shot Story by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa / Drawn by ‘Various’ In an effort to both modernize and revitalize the brand, Archie and the Riverdale gang have...
Secret Empire 3

Review: Secret Empire #3

Secret Empire #3 Written by Nick Spencer / Drawn by Andrea Sorrentino and Rod Reis I get that this is only the third installment, but if...

ResurrXion Lives Up To Its Moniker

Astonishing X-Men #1 Written by Charles Soule and Pencilled by Jim Cheung Astonishing X-Men #1 kicks off a new limited-series helmed by Marvel mainstay Charles Soule,...
Generations Wolverine 1


Generations: All-New Wolverine & Wolverine #1 Written by Tom Taylor / Drawn by Ramon Rosanas Generations is turning out to be a pleasant surprise, with this...
Kong on the Planet of the Apes

The King Of Kong: A Fist Full Of Apes

Kong on the Planet of the Apes #1 is the first issue in a mini-series whose simian-synergy if off the Kong-sized-primate-scale!
Punisher The Platoon 1

Whoopee! We’re All Gonna Die

In the corner of a dimly lit bar, a writer seeks to chronicle Lt. Castle’s first command as recounted by the men who served under him. You see, The Punisher was forged not only by the murder of his family, but by his time in Vietnam as well.