Southern Bastards #20 Review

Writer: Jason Aaron Artist: Jason Latour Letterer: Jared K. Fletcher Jason Aaron and Jason Latour just keep on producing outstanding work with Southern Bastards. This issue picks right up with Roberta, Boone, and Coach Boss all facing...

Justice League: The Totality Part 1 Review

Writer: Scott Snyder Pencils: Jim Cheung Inks: Mark Morales Colors: Tomeu Morey Spoilers ahead! I’ve been looking forward to this issue for a few weeks now. I remember seeing it trending on Twitter that the Justice League from the...

The Flash #33 Review

The Flash and Steel defend a portal to the Dark Multiverse from the followers of Barbatos to preserve a way for Superman and Batman to return.

Justice League #32 Review

What is this all about?  You can read Part One of Bats Out of Hell in Issue #33 of The Flash. The second part of the arc brings in the entire Justice League, giving each...

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #27

Written by Kyle Higgens Illustrated by Daniele Di Nicuolo Colors by Walter Baiamonte Letters by Ed Dukeshire WARNING: This review contains spoilers for issues #27 and 2018 annual #1 In the last issue(s), the team learned of the dozens...

Bingo Love Review

Bingo Love should win best OGN this year.  I know it’s only February, but this book has it all.  It has great writing, fantastic characters, and it has beautiful and vibrant art.  But most of all, it’s a relevant story for any person of color that has struggled with expressing their love for a person of the same sex. 

Death Or Glory #1

Story by: Rick Remender Art/Colors by: Bengal So, full disclosure, I'm a huge Rick Remender fan, ever since I picked up The End League and his run on Venom, I've been hooked on titles like Black...

Detective Comics #952 Review

In Detective Comics #952 the League of Shadows along with Shiva have finally arrived. Kicking off an action packed issue, we see Ra's Al Ghul talking with Shiva as a lead into why this...

God Country #6 Review

God Country has continued to be my favorite new miniseries from any publisher. With it being a six issue run, we all knew that this would be the inevitable end of the story, even...

Dark Nights: Metal #2 Review

What is this all about? In this issue, Batman tries to keep a secret from the rest of the Justice League, in an elaborate plot to (spoilers) solve a mystery that traces its...

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