The best comics of the week of March 9, 2022

It’s a purse in this edition of Fantastic Five, as four different publishers contribute to the top five comics of the week! Let’s go directly:

Women of Marvel #1

Add to that a beautiful round table of editors with wise advice, another fabulous interview with Angélique Roché, and you have a fantastic anthology. This year Marvel Womenis as good if not better than last year’s edition. Marvel Women 2022 is a truly moving and inspiring story about connection, strength and empowerment.

Read David Brooke’s full review:

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‘Women of Marvel’ #1 is a moving and thought-provoking anthology well worth reading

Sonic the Hedgehog: Imposter Syndrome #3

This book is really getting better and better. While this really only serves as preparation for a bigger showdown in the main book, it did such a good job fleshing out these new characters. I think it’s a testament to Flynn’s character writing that he was able to love Surge and Kit so effectively in such a short time, making them feel like fully realized and integrated parts of Sonic’s world, and they haven’t even met the main cast. again. Excellent character writing, fun storytelling, stellar artwork…this series remains a must-read for Sonic fans. It went fantastic.

Read Reg Cruickshank’s full review:

Review #3 of “Sonic the Hedgehog: Imposter Syndrome”

Little monsters #1

little monsters #1 is an intriguing start to a fresh and engaging take on the apocalypse and vampire genres. Children are lovely and it won’t be long before you start loving them. The story is brimming with potential, so it’s almost a given to return for the second issue. There are too many unanswered questions to stop now.

Read Ronnie Gorham’s full review:

“Little Monsters” #1 review

X Wolverine Deaths #4

The story in X Wolverine Deaths escalates to a delicious level of danger, action, and key characters getting their just desserts. It’s an exciting time to be an X-Men fan, because the line hasn’t seemed to be that big since HOX and SMALLPOX. Now can Wolverine seal the deal, or will the X-Men be forever stuck fighting the future?

Read David Brooke’s full review:

‘X Deaths of Wolverine’ #4 Looks into the Distant Future

I am Batman #7

I am batman is an enticing Batman book because it’s allowed to do things differently. As well as another kind of town, Jace tries not to be just another Batman, but something more and something that suits him. Add the political elements to the modern New York feel, and you’ve got yourself a pressure cooker of a story that does the rare thing of feeling like an evolved Batman.

Read David Brooke’s full review:

‘I Am Batman’ #7 Continues To Develop A Modern, Evolved Batman

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