Superior Spider-Man's first encounter with Japan's Spider-Man and Leopardon leads to a gentle skewering of Power Rangers' biggest trope.
Born and raised in Birmingham, England, when Matt's not reading comics he's writing about them and hosting podcasts about them. From reading The Beano and The Dandy as a child, he first discovered American comics with Marvel's Heroes Reborn and, despite that questionable start, still fell in love and has never looked back. You can find him on Twitter @MattLune
Articles by Matt Lune
There’s a reason the Mad Titan didn’t just wipe out his enemies in Avengers: Infinity War, and it makes a lot of sense.
The Hulk has never been more horrific, or more deadly, than he has been since becoming immortal.
The world has forgotten everything, but who’s responsible? That's the mystery at the heart of Marvel Knights 20th, and it's a good one.
Daredevil wakes up to a very different world, and the scope of the story is bigger than anyone realizes.
Captain Marvel is starting up a new task force to find the Immortal Hulk, and the team has an old, familiar name.
X-Men Black brings Emma Frost back into the spotlight, and raises her power level higher than ever.
Their time is up in Extermination, but why is it so important that the future of the original X-Men must lie in the past?
A prominent member of Marvel's X-Men appears to have met a grisly end in Extermination #4.
Logan’s mind contains a dark and frightening secret, but is it something Bruce Banner would understand?
Juggernaut endures a terrifying trial to see just how unstoppable he really is in X-Men Black: Juggernaut #1.
A major Thor villain challenges one of the universe's last survivors to a duel and wins a terrible, ancient power in Thor #6.
In the far-future, Doctor Doom proves that he still has no equal - even if he's fighting a powered-up King Thor.
Tony Stark introduces the world to Code Helios, a weapon strong enough to take down the Immortal Hulk - even if it crosses a line.
In X-Men Black: Magneto #1 , Chris Claremont returns to the character he redefined a generation ago.
Superior Octopus #1 reveals how a certain superior superhero accidentally left the door open for the Inheritors to return.