New Super-Man: Coming to America not only exceeds its predecessor, it also expands upon the story, themes as well as fleshes out the characters in exciting ways.
Barry must balance his personal life with his life as The Flash even as he's transferred to Central City’s worst prison.
This is only the third issue, so if you need a new horror/rural noir book to add to your pile, please make it this one.
If you’re not a big Fourth World fan (because I’m not) don’t let that stop you from picking up this book. Tom King and Mitch Gerards are making something great and you don’t want to miss it.
The dynamic and chemistry with the characters is awesome. It had me interested from start to finish. It’s just a great Green Lantern story period, and a great start to this story arc. I can’t wait to see what’s next.
The war of old Gods vs new Gods continues in part two of James Robinson's "Children of the Gods" Wonder Woman arc this week.
This story was frustrating. But not in a good way. In a very obnoxious way.
God Complex is about a young forensics detective named Seneca who has been assigned a case involving the murder of three clergy from the church of the Trinity in the futuristic city of Delphi.
The story flowed well, the colors were dark and set an appropriate tone for the events at hand. I really wanted to see more action with Doomsday but perhaps that’ll come later.