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Category: Stew’s Reviews

Stew’s Reviews: Aquaman

As of this writing, this is, theoretically, Stew’s Reviews #55 not #41. But here’s the thing: I’m really bad at marketing. I write these pretty far out in advance, so […]

Stew Reviews: Thor – Blood & Thunder

Recently, I was thinking about some of the earliest comic books I ever got. Not… not the first ones I ever bought with my own dollars—I actually couldn’t even begin […]

Stew’s Reviews – The Tick

I really just can’t get into the Amazon Tick show. It’s not that it’s bad or anything—it’s a passable enough show—but it’s easily the third best of the three televised […]

Stew’s Reviews: Savage Dragon

A lot of times, when I have reviewed a non-Marvel/DC book for Reviews, I have been shocked to discover the book I selected was published by Image. A lot of […]

Stew’s Reviews: Cosmic Odyssey

Every time I review a book from the 1980’s, I get Hobgoblins stuck in my head. Not the Roger Stern Amazing Spider-Man story arc from issue #~250 or so, but […]

Stew’s Reviews: The Long Halloween

My wife hates comics books. It’s really frustrating, but honestly, we have so little in common, and some of that so little is that she just has no interest in […]

Stew’s Reviews: Azumanga Daioh

Hey, it’s a volume of Stew’s Reviews that ends in the number eight, so it must be time to review a manga series! It’s Manga Week! Ma… me… M8nga Week! […]

Stew’s Reviews: Mystique

Welcome back, friends. I hope you’re all having a good week and are ready for another classic comic review here at Stew’s Reviews! I was doing some research for today’s […]

Stew’s Reviews: Age of Ultron

Boy, it still feels weird that Brian Michael Bendis isn’t at Marvel anymore. Like the dude or hate him—and there is plenty of material to support either decision—he WAS Marvel […]

Stew’s Reviews: Batgirl of Burnside

Welcome back once again to Stew’s Reviews, your weekly source of completely random comic book reviews. As always, I’m your host, Rob Stewart, bringing you my thoughts on another title […]