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Stew For Five: Best Rogues Galleries In Comics

Yeah, that’s a better name than my short-lived (uh, one previous list) “The Five” for these Top Five lists. I mean… it’s moderately better. It’s better-ish. It isn’t terrible? I’ll […]

Stew’s Reviews: Deadpool

You know, it’s been a few weeks since I reviewed something I really, really enjoyed and could unabashedly recommend without hesitation. We’ve been bopping around the 4-7 spectrum for a […]

Marvel Heroes

Sometimes I wonder why we can’t have nice things? And when I say nice things, I say decent Marvel video games. I know that many out there might let out […]

Stew’s Reviews: God Loves, Man Kills

Written by—who else?—Chris “I’m Responsible For All Your Good X-Men Memories” Claremont and brought to life by Brent Eric Anderson, God Loves, Man Kills is an unflinching look at prejudice, […]

Marvel Knights: Spider-Man

Welcome to a special edition blog here at Ghosts of the Stratosphere! I’m regular podcast panelist, blog contributor, and multiple time second place winner in a beauty contest, Robert Stewart. […]

Robotic Gorilla’s Atomic Piledriver

Good morning, those of you who count and even those that don’t. On today’s blog, we’re going to be doing a brief review of an older Marvel related property that […]

Andy’s Read Pile: The Uncanny X-Force

I was trying to remember why I hadn’t done  a Read pile entry about Rick Remender’s Uncanny X-force, the 36 some issue run that I read again yesterday evening while […]

Stew’s Reviews: The Korvac Saga

Welcome back, comic fans, to Stew’s Reviews! When last we reconvened, we discussed the merits 2005’s morally ambiguous (if a bit too rapey) mystery story from DC, Identity Crisis. Today, […]

Andy’s Read Pile: Machine Man 2020

One day my read pile looked at me and said: “Seriously. I’m huge. My bulk is ridiculous. You read too slow, slowface. Pick up the pace or like Khrushchev…I will […]