Silverwolf

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Bat-ing 52: A Retrospective on Batman by Snyder and Capullo

Wednesday April 27th, 2016 saw the release of Batman #51, the final installment in the critically acclaimed run on the series by Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo. Since September 2011 this team, aided by the likes of Johnathan Glapion, Danny Miki, FCO Plascencia, and Steve Wands, crafted one of the …

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Rise of the C-Listers: Superior Foes of Spider-Man

Boomerang actually does have his badass moments.

Welcome readers, to the first official installment of my Rise of the C-Listers article series. For a brief background on my inspiration for this column, please look over the original article. But either way, I’m glad to be taking this journey into some of comics’ most underappreciated characters. Superior Foes …

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Silverwolf Suggests: Locke & Key: Welcome to Lovecraft (feat. Starshine)

Silverwolf: Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of Silverwolf Suggests! I’m joined today by Starshine to talk about the first volume of my favorite horror comic series, Locke & Key. Starshine, could you please give our readers a brief summary of Locke & Key: Welcome to Lovecraft? Starshine: Sure! …

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Silverwolf’s Den: Spider-verse

Spider-man is arguably the most popular comic book character worldwide. Thus, when Marvel announced 2014’s Spider-verse event, which promised to bring together every Spider-person ever, hype ensued. Over the course of several months and a few dozen issues, event architect Dan Slott and company pushed the Spider-family through a wild ride that …

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Silverwolf’s Den: Marvel 1602

In general, Elseworlds stories are the purview of DC Comics. For those not familiar with the term, Elseworlds refers to taking established comic book characters and placing them in a new situation, such as Superman in Soviet Russia. Still, Marvel occasionally dabbles in the proverbial alternate universe pond, evidenced by …

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