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A Conversation with Rick Remender

A few weeks ago, a speech by the Marvel character Havok in UNCANNY AVENGERS stirred up a lot of animosity for it’s seemingly downplaying of cultural/ethnic pride in favor of homogeneity. The scene, written by Rick Remender, could be taken as a Havok wanting the general public to see mutants as humans first instead of […]

My Problem With Rick Remender

It started with Rick Remender’s UNCANNY AVENGERS #3. A clone of the Red Skull is using the power of Professor X to turn humans against mutants. As the Skull turned his power onto Thor to use the Thunder God’s Aryan features to inspire his new Reich, I realized that there were two other members of […]

Fake Geek Girl Spotted In Seattle

The Fake Geek Girl, long suspected to exist but never seen, was photographed by an amateur cryptozoologist as the elusive Girl was leaving a Simon Helberg signing at Gold K Comics. Clad in what some witnesses believe was a Target Batman tee shirt and others a Wal-mart Avengers hoodie (though most agreed she had no […]

My Own Brand of Justice League By Jon Hex

Recently, DC released his image of Geoff Johns and David Finch’s JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA: This is the U.S. government version of the Justice League, not to be confused with the U.N. version, Justice League International. The first thing that becomes one likely notices is that half of this team are non-powered weapon-wielding human beings. […]

JON HEX REVIEWS: MASKS AND MOBSTERS #2

Masks And Mobsters #2 Written by Joshua Williamson Art by Mike Henderson The second offering of Masks and Mobsters, the crime anthology series from Monkeybrain Inc. sees the return of Bobby Silver, the killer of Doctor Daylight in the first issue. Bobby has been laying low since every masked hero is searching for him when […]

TO DC ENTERTAINMENT: A SUGGESTION FOR THE FUTURE OF BATMAN MOVIES

First off, congratulations for pulling off a successful, both critically and commercially, trilogy. I wholeheartedly recommend Christopher Nolan’s Batman movies to everyone. Linked together, they are a masterpiece of storytelling that not many creators could pull off. Which brings us to the point of this article, following up that work. You must be thinking about […]

JON HEX REVIEWS: AMAZING SPIDER-MAN

AMAZING SPIDER-MAN Directed by Marc Webb. Starring Andrew Garfield, Emma Stone, Rhys Ifans Up front, I should tell you I was prepared to dislike this movie. I’m a big fan of the Raimi movies, even though SPIDER-MAN 3 was mostly subpar. Going back to the origin story seemed like a waste of time. The dramatically […]

Aesop’s Ark #1 Review

AESOP’S ARK Written by J. Torres, Illustrated and Lettered by Jennifer L. Meyer Review by Jon Hex Brooks Imagine being on a boat, a bare bones affair with no amenities, just the basic necessities for survival. You’re crammed in with all the other desperate people hoping that this boat will endure the world devastating flood […]

Marvel To Debut New Superteam – The Bureaucracy Avengers

Set for a July release is the new series from Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Lark, The Bureaucracy Avengers, a team of Avengers dedicated to solving the myriad legal, financial and assorted documentation troubles of superheroes, their relatives and friends. Headed by psychiatrist Doc Samson, the team includes attorney She-Hulk, accountant Iceman, computer expert Cypher, […]