Wonder Woman #23 Review

This is it, the conclusion to "The Truth" with everything coming to a head how will Wonder Woman's origins hash out? Minor spoilers ahead. Right away let's take a second to admire that first page...

Doomsday Clock #5 Review

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Gary Frank Colorist: Brad Anderson Finally, Doomsday Clock #5 hits the stands, and it doesn’t disappoint. I can see why Johns and Frank want to take their time with this title, and that’s...

Analog 3

Writer: Gerry Duggan Artist: David O' Sullivan Colorist: Mike Spicer Letter: Joe Sabino Fresh off a movie deal, Analog continues to be an absolute joy to read. We find out that Oona was off to kill some Nazi...

Flying into the Past: Review of Hawkman #2

Written by Jeff Lemire and Robert Venditti Pencils by Bryan Hitch Inks by Andrew Currie and Daniel Henriques Colors by Alex Sinclair Cover by Bryan Hitch and Alex Sinclair Hawkman keeps soaring high to find himself in this second issue from...

Batman #23 Review

Hot on the heels of Batman #22 with Bruce's Father we get a crossover between Batman and Swamp Thing. With the title The Brave and the Mold we get a murder mystery involving Alec's...

The Flash #41 Review

The art in this issue is gorgeous; the lightning bolts, and fast-motion speedster art never gets old for me.

Harley Quinn #42 Review

Writer: Frank Tieri Artist: Mauricet Colors: Paul Mounts Spoilers Ahead! I’ve been excited for this issue ever since Frank Tieri teased it on Twitter a few weeks back. It certainly lives up to expectations, delivering a fun twist...

Mister Miracle #10 Review

Writer: Tom King Artist: Mitch Gerads At the end of the previous issue, Mister Miracle is left with a way to end the war on Apokolips. There’s a catch though, he would have to give up...

All-Star Batman #9 Review

In the arc "Ends of the Earth" Scott Snyder has explored 3 ways, so far, the world could have ended. First with Cataclysm in "Cold to the Core" where Batman confronts Mr. Freeze in...

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...

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