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Superman #10

Brian Michael Bendis, writer Ivan Reis & Brendon Peterson, art Oclair Albert (pp.2-3, 18-21) & Joe Prado (pp. 22-23), inks Alex Sinclair, colors Josh Reed, letters Previously in Superman, Jonathan returned from his adventure with Jor-El. He told Superman...

The Flash #68

Joshua Williamson, writer Scott Kolins, art Luis Guerrero, colors Steve Wands, letters In the previous issue, Barry learns that The Trickster has concocted a plan to brainwash all of Central City to reclaim his name as The Flash’s...

Go Go Power Rangers #19- Life of a teenager hero is still a life...

Written by Ryan Parrott Art by Eleonora Carlini Colors by Raul Angulo Letters by Ed Dukeshire Ryan Parrott has shown the Power Rangers fight evil alien witches, giant pigs, and gross squishy things called Putties, it's time to...

Green Lantern #6 Review

Writer: Grant Morrison Artist: Liam Sharp Colors: Steve Oliff In Green Lantern #6 Blackstar Parallax (Hal Jordan) has one more test of loyalty before he can get his face to face with Controller Mu. The former Green...

Adventures of the Super Sons #9

Peter J. Tomasi, writer Scott Godlewski, pencils & inks Protobunker, colors Rob Leigh, letters In the previous issue, the Super Sons team up with a Green Lantern in training, Al-X, to escape from the prison planet of Takron...

Justice League #21 Review

Written by Jorge Jimenez and Scott Snyder Pencils and Inks by Jorge Jimenez Colored by Alejandro Sanchez In Justice League 21 we find out what the cost of winning means, what the cost of reforging our Multiverse...

Jim Henson’s Sirens #1

Jim Henson, creator Bartosz Sztybor, story Jakub Rebelka, art Jim Campbell, letters This is the first of 4 issues, which revisit stories that were created by Jim Henson. This particular story is based on the original story: The...

Deathstroke #42

Christopher Priest, writer Carlo Pagulayan & Norm Rapmund, Inks Jeromy Cox, colors Willie Schubert, letters In Teen Titans #28, The Terminus Agenda story arc began with Damian introducing the Teen Titans to their newest job: capturing Deathstroke. In...

Man Eaters #7

Written by: Chelsea Cain Art by: Kate Niemczyk Colors by: Rachelle Rosenberg Letters by: Joe Caramagna Last month I wrote about how I was losing patience with Man Eaters. My main complaint was that so much of the...

Shazam #4

Geoff Johns, writer Dale Eaglesham & Marco Santucci, art Mike Atiyah, colors Rob Leigh, letters In the previous issue, Billy Batson and the Shazam family travel to The Funlands and meet King Kid. He tells them his story...

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