Tag Archive: Christopher Yost

Jan 24 2014

Preview: New Warriors #1 and variant covers from Marvel in February

The All-New Marvel NOW! marches on with a slew of new titles coming in February. Perhaps one of the ones we’re looking forward to the most is New Warriors, a staple bit of reading for comics fans active in the early to mid 1990s. Thor: The Dark World co-writer Christopher Yost teams up with Marcus …

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Oct 28 2013

Film Review: Thor: The Dark World

The latest Marvel film pushes the boundaries of their growing universe, determined to turn mainstream cinema audiences into comic buffs. If Iron Man 3 was about escalating the Marvel Cinematic Universe beyond even the dizzying heights of The Avengers, then Thor: The Dark World is about expanding that landscape. The original Thor was perhaps the …

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Jul 27 2013

Graphic Bits Reviews: The Bounce #3, Lazarus #2, Superior Spider-man Team-Up #1, Tomorrowland #1 and What If? AvX #3

Don’t have time for full reviews of comics? Then check out Graphic Bits: bite sized chunks of comic book goodness designed to get behind the panels and into your hearts.

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Jul 13 2013

Review: Thor: The Dark World Prelude #2

Filling in some of the gaps of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, our second taste of the Thor sequel comes in this comic prelude. In the first half of this prelude comic, writers Christopher Yost and Craig Kyle appeared to be hampered by their inability to be able to give away too much story ahead of …

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Jun 06 2013

Review: Thor: The Dark World Prelude #1

Filling in some of the gaps of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, our first taste of the Thor sequel comes in this comic prelude. It’s said that pop will eat itself, and there’s no greater example of that idiom than the official Marvel Cinematic Universe tie-in comics. That’s a series of comics based on a movie …

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Oct 06 2012

Graphic Bits: AvX, Daredevil End of Days, Doctor Who, Non-Humans, Minimum Carnage and More!

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