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Brian Michael Bendis, writer Michael Gaydos, art Dave Sharpe, letters This issue is the start to a new story arc. At the end of the last arc, Pearl Tanaka learns the truth about her mother and her involvement with Mr. Mike and...
Written by Jorge Jimenez and Scott Snyder Pencils and Inks by Jorge Jimenez Colored by Alejandro Sanchez Justice League #20 brings us on a cosmic journey into the Sixth Dimension. A realm that's beyond the imagination of almost all living beings. A...
Adam Glass, script Bernard Chang, art Marcello Maiolo, colors Rob Leigh, letters This issue is the start of a new story arc. Damien introduces the Teen Titans to the newest target, Deathstroke. Red Arrow confronts Damien for not telling her first and warns...
Written by Warren Ellis Pencils and Inks by Jon Davis-Hunt Colored by Steve Buccellato Twenty-one comics is a lot of comics. As of this week I will have read a new Wild Storm comic twenty-one times, shaking head, smirking face and thumb...
Writen by Brian Michael Bendis & David F. Walker Art by Jamal Campbell Letters by Wes Abbott Just when everything seems to be coming together as what could have been an amazing origin story to Naomi, Bendis and Walker throw a curve...
Plot: Scott Lobdell Script: Zack Kaplan Art: Travis Moore Colors: Tamra Bonvillain As much as Ric has fought against being in the life, Nightwing #58 solidifies the fact that Ric will never have a “normal” life. Duela Dent’s plan for Blüdhaven has started,...
Brian Michael Bendis, writer Ivan Reis, pencils Brandon Peterson, art Joe Prado & OClair Alber, inks Alex Sinclair, colors In the previous issue, Jon returns from his space adventure with Jor-El after being gone three weeks but having aged six years. Lois and Clark...
Written by Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV Pencils and Inks by Eduardo Risso Colored by Dave Stewart The Grim Knight #1 serves as both an origin story for the aforementioned character as well as the next chapter in the Batman Who...
Writer: James Tynion IV Pencillers: Alvaro Martinez Bueno & Miguel Mendonca Inkers: Raul Fernandez & Mendonca Colorist: Brad Anderson The latest issue of Justice League Dark feels like a chess move. A few pieces get moved around, but there’s no substantial change in...