Journey Into Mystery #91
the mighty Thor! Battles Sandu Master of the Supernatural!
November 4, 2011 | Drew | (No Comments)
After my Comic book Review of Journey Into Mystery #90 yesterday, I had to follow it with issue #91 today. after such a bad review, I had to know right away if the Thor story from April 1961’s was better.
To start was the artwork of Joe Sinnott more enjoyable than that of Al Hartley yesterday? Then did this issue also have a good plot and story? all important question’s after following an issue that had a good story but bad art.
But before even reading the story, the cover did a good job of getting me enthusiastic about the content and story. Just look at it, it is a bit awe-inspiring and detailed. so we where off to a good start.
November 1, 2011 | Drew | (1 Comment)
Today my comic book review is of The Astonishing Ant-Man!,Prisoner of the Slave World From Tales To Astonish #41. Starting this review, I do find myself at a loss for word, It had alien’s, it had scientific kidnapping, it had Time and dimensional travel. but did it have the heart and soul of a good story?
When it comes to the reading of it, I can’t help but feel I read this same story before, with Thor in Journey Into Mystery #87 only aliens instead of communist. but did this one have enough differences to stand out? was it a good read? Or does this Ant-man Tale just not measure up to my expectation’s of our hero.
September 30, 2011 | Drew | (2 Comments)
Strange tales #103 where the human Torch is the prisoner of the 5th dimension, was a well written, and fairly well drawn story. This time, the little care needed to explain why he is investigating this alone is taken.
just 1 panel, greatly helped this story fit in with a level of acceptability with the other Fantastic Four stories. everything from there falls into place.