Hello interweb, Nate here! First of all, yeesh I forgot how big this book was. Four chapters does not equal four of your average comic books. Most comics only contain roughly 20 pages and usually takes about 10 minutes to read (although that can change depending on how fast of a reader you are and how much text the writer decides to shove into the actual book). So this SuperheroSins took a lot longer to make then I initially expected and it took my several days to actually complete it. However, because it’s so long I decided to split this into several parts with each chapter getting it’s own SuperheroSins episode.
Also I do want to add something, just because I do a SuperheroSins on a specific comic does not necessarily mean I think the comic is bad. But every comic out there can be critiqued and nitpicked if you try hard enough (side note: I find it funny that my auto correct accepted “nitpicked” as a word). With all that said, let’s begin!
Disclaimer: I do not claim to own Batman or this comic. Batman is owned by DC comics, this comic is written and drawn by Frank Miller. (more…)
Hello interweb, Nate here! So I don’t like Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe. It’s not nearly as bad as Spider-man: One More Day but it’s still pretty bad in my opinion. That’s an unpopular opinion, it seems, but I still don’t really care for it. So since you guys enjoyed my last SuperheroSins I figure I’d try it again! Next time I’ll try a DC comic. So let’s begin!
Disclaimer: I do not own Deadpool or this comic. All rights belong to Marvel Comics
Hello interweb, Nate here! So I’m going to try a SuperheroSins article on an actual comic! One weakness I’ve been noticing about these SuperheroSins is that they primarily rely on YouTube videos for it to work. Meaning if said YouTube video gets taken down for copyright purposes than the video is no longer on the post for people to use as a reference. So I thought I’d try to use an actual comic for a SuperheroSins of mine! Now this is an experimentation as I obviously can’t upload an entire comic book (and to be fair I really shouldn’t have to) but I figured if I read the comic book on my laptop than I can take screen shots of the panels I need and place them when needed. So why did I decide to do a SuperheroSins on this comic instead of a simple review? Simple! I absolutely hate this comic and I feel like a simple review would not do this comic justice in just how bad it is. I’m willing to review bad comics!However I thought a SuperheroSins would be a better format to pick out everything wrong with this comic. So let’s begin!
Disclaimer: I do not own Spider-man. All art and characters are owned by Marvel Comics (more…)