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Detective Comics #996 Review

Peter J. Tomasi, writer Doug Mahnke, pencils Jaime Mendoza, inks David Baron, colors Rob Leigh, letters The previous issue ends with Alfred on an operating table, but alive, and Batman in Arkham Asylum ready to confront his rogue's gallery...

Batman Who Laughs #2 Review

Written by Scott Snyder Pencils and Inks by Jock Colored by David Baron There's a war going on in the streets of Gotham City, and all the major players are named Bruce Wayne. The Batman Who laughs...

Superman #7 Review

Written by Brian Michael Bendis Pencils Brandon Peterson and Ivan Reis Inks Brandon Peterson and Joe Prado Colored by Alex Sinclair Previously, Superman fought Rogol Zaar to a standstill despite the help of Zod. At the end of the previous...

Justice League Dark #7 Review

Writer: James Tynion IV Penciller: Alvaro Martinez Bueno Inker: Raul Fernandez Colors: Brad Anderson Justice League Dark meets Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark in the newest issue. Man-Bat is hard at work writing down the League’s...

Sonic The Hedgehog #12 The Outstretched Goodbye

Written by Ian Flynn Art by Evan Stanley As a recap to show you all who were involved in the story so far, Sonic makes sure to say goodbye to all of his friends now that...

The Flash #62 Review

Joshua Williamson, writer Christian Duce, artist Luis Guerrero, colors Steve Wands, letters So far in The Force Quest, Barry and Iris have been pursuing leads to better understand the nature of The Sage, The Strength, and The Still...

The Green Lantern #3 Review

TScript: Grant MorrisonArt: Liam SharpColors: Steve Oliff In The Green Lantern #3, Hal hunts Earth down, only to find that it is in more danger than he thought. The...

Batman #62 Review

Written by Tom King Art by Mitch Gerads When we last left Batman, he and Alfred were both attacked in the Batcave by what appeared to be Bruce's father Thomas Wayne in a bat suit of...

Harley Quinn #57 Review

Writer: Sam Humphries Artist: John Timms Colorist: Alex Sinclair The newest issue of Harley Quinn has a lot of ground to cover, but it does so with flying colors. First up, we get the groundwork for an...

Bully Wars #5 Review

Skottie Young, storyAaron Conley, artJean-Francois Beaulieu, colorsNate Piekos of Blambot, lettersR This is the final issue of this mini. Rufus competes in The Bully Wars with the help of...

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