Action Comics #983 Review

Action Comics #983 progressed this story arc in an enjoyable, yet predictable way. The battle between the Super-family and the Revenge Squad ultimately takes a back seat to Superman and Zod's fight, which was disappointing. But, there's no sign of this story arc slowing down any time soon, and I still have high hopes for the upcoming conclusion.

Riftworld Legends #1 Review

Riftworld Legends is a brand new comic book series based on the digital series Riftworld Chronicles. It is available via Comixology and this first issue is free until July 25th, so go get it!...

Dark Days: The Casting Review

Dark Days: The Casting is an amazing issue and great prelude to DC Metal. It has this great mystery that keeps you wanting more. The art may not be the greatest, but you can tell Snyder and Tynion are passionate about this story and readers should make sure not to miss a bit of it.

The American Way:  Those Above And Those Below #1 Review

THE TRUTH SPEAKS Holy guacamole, The Truth is back!   We have been having a blast on the 'ol podaraoonie.  If you are not watching, you are missing out, but you better be listening.  And if...

Detective Comics #960 Review

What is this all about? Though there is not much action, this week’s release of Detective Comics did not fail to deliver. I love the way these past couple issues revert to the past where...

The Flash #26 Review

What is this all about? Spoilers ahead! This issue centers on the consequences that Barry experiences as a result of prioritizing being the Flash over being a husband and father. Thawne confronts Barry with his...

Wonder Woman #26 Review

What a year 2017 has been for fans of Diana Prince! Gal Gadot, Patty Jenkins, at the movies and of course, in comics, Greg Rucka, have been telling great Wonder Woman stories recently and...

Justice League #24 Review

Justice League #24 is a fantastic issue that puts the spotlight on one of DC's most underrated heroines.  Abnett tells a coherent, engaging story with Ian Churchill providing exceptional art.

Green Lanterns #26 Review

If you’re into the power ring slinging awesomeness that is Green Lantern, no matter which one is your favorite, this issue is for you. In Green Lanterns #26 we get to see the history...

Batman #26 Review

“WO-JAR” slow down there! That’s right, “The War of Jokes and Riddles” part two is here and we are treated to another piece of the ghastly puzzle that is the best Tom King Batman...

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