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In the Beginning....

Advantages: Violent, Dark Humour, great artwork, good stories
Disadvantages: Not for the squeamish

The Punisher made his debut for Marvel Comics in 1979 appearing in Amazing Spider-Man #129. He debuted in his own series in 1986. For those unfamiliar with the character he's not like your standard Marvel Comics Superhero. For a start he's not 'Super' ...

thebluehippo 30.07.2006 · Read full review
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Review of Punisher - Gerry Conway

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Punisher - Maxx Imprint

Advantages: No longer bound by Marvels' policies
Disadvantages: There really aren't any

...Now in its 7th comic book incarnation, The Punisher has finally become what it always wanted to be... Gritty, Realistic, and frequently gruesome... Marvel finally realised the The Punisher should be a complete bad ass, killing and maiming where ever ...

AdyCarter 20.07.2004 · Read full review
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Review of Punisher - Gerry Conway

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From the Ashes...

Advantages: Amazing artwork, brilliant storyline, and of course, Phoenix
Disadvantages: You'd have to know a bit about the history of the X-Men to understand

...As a child and through to my teenage yeas I adored the X-men, and the rest of their many affiliates (X-Factor, X-Force, Generation X etc), but I stopped collecting the comics when I came into my late teen's. After seeing the second hit X-man movie, "X2," ...

aphenderson 09.11.2006 · Read full review
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Review of X Men Phoenix: Endsong - Greg Pack

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A fantastic reprise of the Jean Grey/Phoenix X-MEN storyline

Advantages: great resolution to Phoenix storyline, exciting plot, good characterisations
Disadvantages: Greg Land's art is not for everyone

I've been reading the X-Men comics since the early Claremont era, which is when the Phoenix storyline was originally introduced. Since then, there Jean Grey has died and been resurrected more than once and several comics writers have written contradictory ...

Aella79 23.03.2012 · Read full review
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ONE EYE, BIG CLAWS - AND A LOT OF ATTITUDE

Advantages: Vibrant, modern artwork and storytelling
Disadvantages: Convoluted history to keep up with

You may have seen the movie a few years ago, but long before Hollywood got their teeth into the franchise, Marvel Comics were producing some fine comics featuring this band of mutated superheroes. Few Marvel characters have been as successful as the X Men ...

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Review of X-Men - Stan Lee

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