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The Wal-Tor Weekly Review


This week on the Wal-Tor Weekly Review, we take a look at two of the biggest comics coming out of DC and Marvel this week. On the DC side of things we take a look at Batman #49, a pivotal chapter in the fan favourite series. From Marvel we take a look at the best Avengers book on the market in All-New, All-Different Avengers. Batman #49 Mister Bloom’s grasp on Gotham … Read More →

Avengers Assemble … For a Fun One-Off Story


A couple years ago, Brian Michael Bendis wrote just such a comic. Avengers Assemble (not to be confused with cartoon of the same name) is a blatant and unapologetic effort to draw fans of the Marvel Cinematic Universe to the comics, but that works to its credit. Avengers Assemble is a perfect example of how to take material an audience is familiar with and ease them into the comic book universe. Read More →

The Wal-Tor Weekly Review


This week on the Wal-Tor Weekly Review, the All-New Captain America faces off against some classic foes, a weird scarecrow runs around with a big sword in Rumble, and “Endgame” continues as Batman tries to handle a rapidly spreading Joker Toxin. Read More →

The Wal-Tor Weekly Review


This week on the Wal-Tor weekly review Iron Man gets an upgrade, Sam Wilson spreads his wings as the new Captain America, and Batgirl continues to be wrapped up in a mystery apparently involving self-sabotage. Read More →

Deadpool #15


Deadpool #15 is a great jumping on point for new fans and the beginning of a new story line featuring everyone’s favorite regeneratin’ degenerate Read More →

Captain America: Prisoner Of War


There’s been a few times when Steve Rogers tossed aside the star-spangled uniform. As a Cap fan, I always find these moments interesting as they tend to deal with some form of internal struggle Rogers is having with himself or his country. Read More →