Wonder Woman #27 Review

At the end of issue #26 Wonder Woman happens upon a bomb hidden underneath a table. She had been attempting to set aside her warrior spirit for one evening out at a wedding...

Teen Titans #10 Review

The Titans reunite under the watchful eye of Damian Wayne. Boasting a strong roster of Robin, Starfire, Beast Boy, Raven, and Aqualad. In the last issue, it was revealed that Aqualad's father is possibly...

Suicide Squad #22 Review

To try and review this without spoilers, just wouldn't do it Justice, pun intended. You have been warned. In this series, we quickly realize its as daunting, as it is terrifying as it is...

Action Comics #984 Review

(SPOILERS!) In this issue, Superman and his friends are trapped in the Phantom Zone, the Kryptonian prison barren of all substance and matter. The Phantom Zone is outside the normal time/space continuum “where one...

How Grief Leads to Alcoholism as Seen Through The Eyes of Flashpoint Paradox’s Thomas Wayne

Everyone knows the story of the young boy who walked down into Crime Alley with his parents. They had just seen a theater play or opera. They are walking in the darkness. It could be raining. A mugger comes out with a gun telling the husband and wife to give all of their valuables, including her pearls ... 

Astonishing X-Men #1 Review

Spoilers Ahead!!! Becoming an X-Men is the dream of all those that attend the Jean Grey School for Higher Learning, and being a psychic is a must in all X-Men teams. Check out...

Aquaman #26 Review

Aquaman #26 continues the "Underworld" story arc with intriguing plot development and fantastic art. If you're not reading Aquaman right now, you're truly missing out on one of the best books in Rebirth.

Justice League #25 Review

What is this all about? 'AFTERLIVES' part four! With the Justice League locked out of reality, the secret mastermind behind their predicament makes his move on the world of the living. Luckily (or unluckily), the...

Deadpool Kills the Marvel Universe again #2

We all know the fun loving, joke telling, slicing and dicing Wade Wilson AKA Deadpool, but in Deadpool kills the marvel universe again #2 he seems to be going through some identity...

Duck Tales #0 Review

Welcome back to Duckberg! Where the beloved triplets Huey, Louie, and Dewey that most of us grew up watching on TV are back and just as mischievous as ever. DuckTales #0 is...

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