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The Amazing Spider-Man 2 - Limited Edition with Co&hellip <b>Blu-ray</b> ~ Andrew Garfield
7 of 14 people found the following review helpful
I really think they will struggle to make a better Spidey film than this. It captures the spirit of the comic perfectly and manages to pull off one of the most heart-breaking moments in comic history on screen with aplomb.

There's a lot crammed in it's 2 hours + run time but the vast majority works really well. Jamie Foxx has fun with the eye-catching Electro and Dane DeHaan is scarily sinister as Harry Osborne. But the real strength of the film, as it with it's predecessor, is the relationship between Peter and Gwen. Andrew Garfield and Emma Stone seem to really enjoy their roles and despite enjoying Sam Raimi's trilogy for the most part, they put Tobey Maguire and Kirsten Dunst… Read more
Guardians of the Galaxy: Cosmic Avengers by Brian M Bendis
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I thought I'd pick this up seeing I'm a fan of Bendis' past work on Ultimate Spider-Man and wanted to find out more about the Guardians before the film comes out in August. Make sure you check out Abnett and Lanning's work on the previous series too.

For the most part I really enjoyed this. Peter Quill's origin story was nicely done and Steve McNiven's art is very easy on the eye. There isn't a huge amount of story in this volume (I've heard that's the case with the later issue as well) but you get a nice introduction to the team. I really enjoyed Groot's little intro but the art style for Drax's wasn't my cup of tea.

Overall, a nice intro to the team. If you're… Read more
Thor God of Thunder: Godbomb by Jason Aaron
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I really didn't expect this second volume to be as good as the first. It might even be a bit better.

I must have raced through it in no time at all it was that good. The three different Thor's should be confusing and gimmicky but in reality it works really well and the interplay between them is really quite funny. Esad Ribic's art is superb once again and the story ties nicely together at the end. I hope Aaron stays on this book for the foreseeable future.