Comic Book Previews & Reviews: Pat Olliffe
Preview: Scooby Apocalypse #29
DC Comics presents a preview of Scooby Apocalypse #29 by Keith Giffen, J.M. DeMatteis, Pat Olliffe and Tom Palmer.
Review: Savage Wolverine #13
"Savage Wolverine" #13 showcases the second part of Phil Jimenez's anti-poaching tale, but fails to impress.
Preview: Infinity: Heist #4
The crime of the century just got a bit more complicated! Blizzard’s new…uh…developments put the entire team in jeopardy – while Titanium Man’s true identity is OUT OF THIS WORLD! …
Preview: Batwoman #25
via USA Today The no-holds-barred battle between Batwoman and Batman threatens to kill them both!
Review: X-Men: Gold #1
"X-Men: Gold" #1 is a collection of five meandering and insignificant stories heavy on nostalgia and with little else to offer by some classic and revered creators.
Review: Marvel Now What?! #1
"Marvel Now What?!" turns out to be a charming collection of humorous shorts from a variety of artists and writers, all ready and willing to poke fun at Marvel (and specifically Marvel NOW!).
Review: Booster Gold #40
"Just once I'd like to go to Sundollar and get one lousy cup of coffee without running into yet another super-nutjob out to rule the world."
Review: Booster Gold #36
Booster continues to try to find proof that Maxwell Lord III is a creep, but that means Booster is going to have to go back to the past. Again.
Preview: Booster Gold #35
Back in the past, Booster Gold is mistaken for himself and embarks on an untold journey in space with Blue Beetle to obtain a rare and secret artifact. Needless to …
Review: Amazing Spider-Man Annual #36
Is this Annual the final sign that the "Amazing Spider-Man" mostly-weekly experiment is starting to wane? Possibly so.
Review: Booster Gold #20
"Booster Gold" seems determined to shed more sales figures with a dull and slightly pointless fill-in.
Review: Booster Gold #13
Can a series thrive when every issue feels like a pointless fill-in?
Review: Captain Britain and MI: 13 #5
A fill-in penciler can't fill Leonard Kirk's shoes, but Paul Cornell's story rolls right along, starting the series off on a new direction.