Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat! #1. Life in Retail

Patsy Walker, A.K.A Hellcat! #1 review Yes, yes, believe it, Hellcat has her own comic book again! But instead of just calling it Hellcat they decided to go all bonkers and give it the enormous title of: Patsy Walker, A.K.A. Hellcat! #1 (don’t forget the exclamation point). Crazy right, well Marvel knows what they’re doing […]

Star Wars Darth Vader #1. Sith Failure.

Darth Vader #1 review Marvel continues to put it’s partnership/ownership of the Star Wars franchise in high gear with the newest Darth Vader #1. Coming in hot off the heals of A New Hope, Darth Vader #1 lets you see Vader at his lowest. With the destruction of the Death Star and his failure to […]

Ant-Man #1. Slackers can be heroes too.

Ant-Man #1 review So here’s the thing, the internet is cruel beast sometimes, how is this your problem, you ask? We’ll answer that when you’re trying to escape Skynet in 2029, but for the time being, my initial review for Ant-Man #1 was completely deleted when the site crashed last night, sooooo… you now get […]

Star Wars #1 Launch Party at Cosmic Comics in Las Vegas!

Cosmic Comics in Las Vegas to hold  a Star Wars #1 Launch Party Marvel Comics welcomes Star Wars home with a new monthly title and we’ll copies aplenty with several variants to choose from as well, including Blank Variants and the Skottie Young variant. There will be Star Wars buttons, Skottie Young lithos (featured above in […]

Spider-Woman #1. Jessica’s So Called Life

Spider-Woman #1 Review The Spider-Verse is in full swing and completely blowing my mind, but probably not in the way you would think. The Spider-Verse is so intense and confusing that it’s actually made my brain hurt. So many spidermens so little time, but one spider with the support of her popularity has managed to […]

Hawkeye vs Deadpool #0. Fun Size.

Hawkeye vs Deadpool #0 review Hawkeye vs Deadpool #0: because every murder investigation deserves this dream team of antiheroes. Like a sitcom mixed with cop drama, Hawkeye vs Deadpool #0 delivers the dark with the funny. I don’t know what anyone else would really expect from this bunch, the cover essentially spells it out for […]

Guardians of the Galaxy Review

Guardians of the Galaxy Review Hello my fellow comic book lovers and welcome to another one of your Friendly Neighborhood Dork Knight’s movie reviews! This time, your favorite fat-bearded nerd had the opportunity to attend an early screening of Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy thanks to the fine folks at Cosmic Comics in Las Vegas and […]

Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #1. Why So Serious?

Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #1 review Marvel Comics is taking out all of the stops bringing back classic, vintage, and forgotten characters of yesteryear. Unfortunately Shang-Chi, a character I sadly have never heard of, doesn’t receive the comeback treatment in Deadly Hands of Kung Fu #1 I assume he deserves. Now since I had […]

Free Comic Book Day 2014 Sales

Free Comic Book Day 2014 Sales While we all look forward to the Free Comics and Fun Activities on Free Comic Book Day the event would not be complete without a Cosmic Comics Sale! We’ve been busy stocking our shelves with not only new comics, graphic novels, back issues, statues, toys and apparel but great new […]

Elektra #1. Sign this Contract.

Elektra #1 review Did you know Elektra #1 dropped this week? Maybe? Probably not, the thing is, you should have picked it up. Elektra #1 is the best book out this week that you’re not reading. Sure, I myself am not a huge Elektra fan, it could be because I don’t tend to enjoy much […]

Inhuman #1. More Inhuman Than Human.

Inhuman #1 Review Marvel has finally released the story arc to their highly anticipated Inhumanity book, but has Inhuman #1 come a little too late? Inhuman #1 comes months (5 to be exact) after the very heavy and deeply story driven Inhumanity book. For those who didn’t read Inhumanity #1, Black Bolt had essentially launched […]

All-New Ghost Rider #1 escalates quickly

All-New Ghost Rider #1 review Marvel NOW! attempts to revitalize the most curious burning skull faced devil rider that’s ever graced the pages of a Marvel comic book in All-New Ghost Rider #1. Writer Felipe Smith and artist Tradd Moore want you to read this book asking if Ghost Rider is “Good or Evil” or […]