Sam Wilson

Grounded: Forgotten Legacies

We all know Steve Rogers is Captain America.   Hal Jordan is Green Lantern. Johnny Blaze is Ghost Rider. There have been times though where these characters could not hold onto their mantles and had t...

When Comics Get Political #27

In this column I will dive into times, throughout superhero history, that comics got political. There seems to be a constant debate if political discussion has a place in the medium. I hope to show th...

*NEWS FLASH* Falcon And The White Wolf Teaming Up?

Today, in a report from Variety, it was announced that Falcon, a.k.a. Sam Wilson, and the White Wolf, a.k.a. Bucky Barnes, are potentially set to be in a limited series from Malcolm Spellman, a writer...

Look at life like a cup of water (Falcon #3 Comic Review)

When you strive so much for piece, sometimes forces beyond your understanding work against you. That’s the situation Sam Wilson and Rayshaun Lucas as they fight to end Chicago’s gang war.   Falco...

8.8 Great

The Fall of Asgard (The Mighty Thor #703 Comic Review)

Writer: Jason Aaron Artist: Russell Dauterman Cover Artist: Russell Dauterman and Matthew Wilson Variant Cover Art: Rob Liefeld and Leo Paciarotti   What You Need to Know: Jane has been obviously...

8.4 Great

We Get But So Many Summers (Falcon #2 Comic Review)

Falcon #2   Written By: Rodney Barnes Art By: Joshua Cassara Colored By: Rachelle Rosenberg Lettered By: VC’s Joe Caramagna Cover Art By: Jesus Saiz What happens when you mistakenly cause a gang ...

9.5 Amazing

Shoot The Breeze Comics Exclusive: Interview with Falcon’s Rodney Barnes

Shoot The Breeze Comics Exclusive: Interview with Falcon’s Rodney Barnes   Sam Wilson has taken on many adventures in his time, from being a partner to the United States hero, Captain Ameri...

Flying Higher Than Ever Before (Falcon #1 Comic Review)

Falcon #1   Written By: Rodney Barnes Art By: Joshua Cassara Color Art By: Rachelle Rosenberg Cover By: Jesus Saiz Publisher: Marvel Comics After a brief period of taking up the mantle of the fla...

9.5 Amazing

“Insert Name Here” (Avengers #11 Comic Review)

Avengers #11 Review Writer: Mark Waid Penciler: Mike del Mundo Colorist: Mike del Mundo with Marco D’Alfonso Publisher: Marvel Comics What you need to know: This issue is basically the epilogue ...

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