Eve

Eve

Eve is asexual panromantic, a graduate student with no time for sleep (but always time for comics), a senior contributing writer for the Rainbow Hub, and an avid consumer of any type of media she can get her hands on. When not perusing her incredibly large collection of Marvel comics, she can be found reading, knitting in front of the TV, or on her laptop.
  • The New Avengers #1 Review

    Okay, folks. Here’s the thing. I’ve been so incredibly excited about the New Avengers team line-up ever since it was announced, and even more excited to realize that Al Ewing was the writer for the book. Two of my favorite Young Avengers, two of my favorite Mighty Avengers, one...
  • A-Force #5 Review

    Sometimes a comic can surprise you. Even with a very promising start and an incredibly talented creative team, A-Force never quite managed to live up to all of my hopes and expectations for the series, largely due to the constraining nature of the overarching Secret Wars event. Despite all...
  • Ms. Marvel #19 Review

    If there’s one thing you can say after reading Ms. Marvel #19, it’s that the creative team knows how to end a volume in style, and can do so without anyone fighting a single bad guy the entire time. Well, okay, let’s not lie, there’s so much more than...
  • Secret Wars #6 Review

    Wait, what? You’re all still here? You still care about Secret Wars? …Why? Secret Wars #5 was a big ol’ pile of nothing, broken up only by God Emperor Doom whining about how hard it is to be a God Emperor. Now we’ve (finally) been graced with Secret Wars...
  • Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps #4 cover

    Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps #4 Review

    Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps #4 ends in the same way as your favorite addictive snack: you love every bite, but once the bowl’s been scraped clean, you’re a little sad and you can’t help but want more. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: while...
  • All-New Hawkeye #5 cover

    All-New Hawkeye #5 Review

    All-New Hawkeye #5 closes out the newest run of Hawkeye quite a bit sooner than we were expecting, just in time for a relaunch in a few months. Despite the strong build-up, issue #5 leaves us with far more questions than I had hoped, and not just questions of the...
  • A-Force #4 cover

    A-Force #4 Review

    Despite its incredibly strong artistic team, A-Force #4 is a letdown both in terms of plot and forward momentum. Last time we talked about A-Force, I mentioned that despite Medusa’s death, the fast-paced issue #3 felt constrained by the overarching Secret Wars event. With its cast of characters and...
  • Ms. Marvel #18 cover

    Ms. Marvel #18 Review

    Just when you think the Ms. Marvel team couldn’t top themselves, they go ahead and prove you wrong. If issue #17 didn’t hit home hard enough, issue #18 steps up to the plate and knocks it completely out of the park, and it is wonderful. In the comics community,...
  • Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps #3 cover

    Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps #3 Review

    The intrigue of Captain Marvel and the Carol Corps #2 gives way to an action-packed third issue that shows off López and Loughridge’s impeccable artistic teamwork. It’s well-written and fast-paced, giving the readers a chance to get to know how the Banshee Squad (and Rhodes) react under pressure, but...