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Justice League #37 Review

I love Justice League arcs where the League has to go against the American government. When done right, I find these issues often lead to interesting, important conversations about what a superhero’s role is supposed to be in the universe of the comic.

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...

Underwinter #1 Review

Before we even get into the story lets talk about the artwork. I love it, it's very simplistic, dark, water color design is an absolutely perfect fit for the tone of this comic. Not...

Green Arrow #32 Review

This issue was great. It picks up right after the Suicide Squad tie-in. The art is fantastic and we see some images of the Batman who laughs that no one should ever see.

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #28 Review

The story so far Fall of the Gods Part 3! In the last issue we left off with one of the Mighty Metal Golems chasing after Orion. The Golem was attuned to his...

Harley Quinn #32 Review

HARLEY QUINN #32 REVIEW Writers: Jimmy Palmiotti and Amanda Conner Art by: Bret Blevins & John Timms Colored by: Alex Sinclair While the last few issues have shown Harley diving into the political realm, in this issue, we just...

Justice League #40 Review

Priest is doing a bang-up job with this arc. He’s putting the League members in some interesting conundrums and asking important questions. It’s really fascinating to watch the most powerful people on the planet debate who is most disposable.

Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #26

Written by Kyle Higgens Illustrated by Daniele Di Nicuolo Colors by Walter Baiamonte Letters by Ed Dukeshire WARNING: THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS FOR MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS #25-26 At the start of this second part of the SHATTERED GRID event,...

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...

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...

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