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Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #29

Written by Kyle Higgins Art by Daniele Di Nicuolo Colored by Triona Farrell and Matt Herms Cover by Jamal Campbell Lord Drakkon's plans have taken a hit, meanwhile the Rangers plan a rescue mission with a surprising amount...

Batwoman #18 Review

Written by Marguerite Bennett Pencils and Inks by Fernando Blanco Colored by John Rauch Wow! First and foremost I wanted to say how strong and powerful this issue is, and how truly sad I am to see...

Green Arrow #45: Funeral For A Friend

Written by Julie Benson & Shawna Benson Art by Javier Fernandez Colors by John Kalisz Letters by Deron Bennett In a heart wrenching instant, Arsenal, Roy Harper, was dead. Julie and Shawna didn't pull any punches in this weeks...

Shazam #1

Written by, Geoff Johns Art by, Dale Eaglesham Colors by, Mike Atiyeh Letters by, Rob Leigh The issue begins with a quick recap of the Shazam and Billy Batson origin story. The Rock of Eternity was overseen by...

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...

Flying into the Past: Review of Hawkman #2

Written by Jeff Lemire and Robert Venditti Pencils by Bryan Hitch Inks by Andrew Currie and Daniel Henriques Colors by Alex Sinclair Cover by Bryan Hitch and Alex Sinclair Hawkman keeps soaring high to find himself in this second issue from...

Batman: Last Knight on Earth #1

Writer: Scott Snyder Pencils: Greg Capullo Inks: Jonathan Glapion Colors: FCO Plascencia Letters: Tom Napolitano I’ve been a fan of comic books my whole life. The first comic book I remember reading was The Death of Superman. My father...

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...

Southern Bastards #20 Review

Writer: Jason Aaron Artist: Jason Latour Letterer: Jared K. Fletcher Jason Aaron and Jason Latour just keep on producing outstanding work with Southern Bastards. This issue picks right up with Roberta, Boone, and Coach Boss all facing...

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