Mad Moll Green

Mad Moll Green

Mad Moll Green writes in Los Angeles and Vancouver. She loves horror movies, comic books, and ironic spandex.
  • Ash vs Evil Dead: 1.09 Bound in Flesh Review

    This week, Ash might not be the man he thought he was. And I’m not talking about his fight to the death with his evil clone… Well, I’m not just talking about his fight to the death with his evil clone. (Really, there’s nothing like a fight to the...
  • Angela: Queen of Hel #3 Review

    Marguerite Bennett continues to go wild with her signature epic-comedic style. Angela: Queen of Hel #3 overflows with classical allusions and snarky comics references and non-stop wordplay. Angela continues to battle her way through various Hel-ish trials, accompanied all the way by Sera’s non-stop wit and tongue-in-cheek narration. But all...
  • Jessica Jones: 1.13 AKA Smile Review

    Jessica Jones’ dark, moody first season comes to an end in a finale that’s disconnected, undecided, but strangely satisfying. In one fell swoop, Jessica saves Luke and defeats Kilgrave, but this ending isn’t a clean, cathartic victory. After bravely saving herself and dozens of people from a terrible villain,...
  • Jessica Jones 1.11 AKA I’ve Got the Blues / 1.12 AKA Take a Bloody Number Review

    The word “hero” gets thrown a lot on Jessica Jones, but I don’t think this is a show about heroism. When people say “hero” on Jessica Jones, it’s usually just to emphasize how difficult or impossible or inadequate “heroism” is for them. Jessica can’t seem to say the word...
  • Ash vs. Evil Dead: 1.08 Ashes to Ashes Review

    This week, Ash returns to place that all his troubles began. He ditches his new friends and sets out alone, planning to bury the Necronomicon at the infamous, classic, creepy cabin where he first encountered the Evil. “Ashes to Ashes” takes place on a faithfully-reproduced reconstruction of Evil Dead’s...
  • Ash vs Evil Dead: 1.07 Fire in the Hole Review

    It’s a beautiful day deep in the idyllic Michigan woods in this episode of Ash vs Evil Dead. Trees, moose, more trees, sunshine, and Ash Williams (and his steadily growing team of Ghostbreakers) hiking towards the nightmarish Cabin in the Woods where all his troubles began thirty years ago....
  • All-New Hawkeye #2 Review

    Thirty years from now, Clint Barton and Kate Bishop are stuck in the Mandarin’s prison. But they’re also stuck in the past. In All-New Hawkeye #2, artist Ramón Pérez continues the really effective visual language from issue #1, using two different artistic styles to represent the present and the...
  • Radioactive Spider-Gwen #3 Review

    If I’m about to err on the side of being a little overly-critical of Spider-Gwen #3, it’s out of love. This is a generally enjoyable, good-looking issue. It made me smile and laugh a couple of times; the dialogue is easy-flowing and fun to read. But Spider-Gwen is feeling a...
  • Arrow: 2.9 Dark Waters Review

    Why does Damien Darhk like water pollution so much? What is Reiter looking for on Lian Yu? Whose grave is Oliver weeping over in the flash-forward we saw a few weeks ago? “Dark Waters” gives us all the answers to all these questions! Well, it sorta gives us answers...