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Green Arrow #34 Review

What is this all about? Oliver Queen is back in star city. Ready to face trial for his Murder charge. Can the Emerald Archer get off or will he suffer life in prison! The Review The issue...

Justice League #32 Review

What is this all about?  You can read Part One of Bats Out of Hell in Issue #33 of The Flash. The second part of the arc brings in the entire Justice League, giving each...

Action Comics #990 Review

After a small dip in quality in part two and three, part four of "The Oz Effect" is a strong issue that shows Jurgens really has a solid grip on this story. 

The Patchwork Man: Ragman as an Avatar for Therapists

There are heroes you “get” right away, that connect with you on a level that is not just “hey, I like this character,” but rather, “hey, I see myself in this character. For instance,...

Batman: The Merciless #1 Review

Tomasi and Manapul put together yet another great Dark Night Metal tie-in. While I would have like to have seen more of the aftermath of Batman's corruption, this issue carries the same message the other tie-ins have: these Batmen are twisted, corrupt, and legitimate threatening, but they're pretty dang cool too.

Wonder Woman #33 Review

Wonder Woman #33 is a good story with good art to compliment it, and it does a great job at setting up the next issue which I’m sure will be just as good, if not better.

Nightwing: The New Order #3 Review

This has been a great series so far that stands on its own very nicely. If you haven’t read this series yet, it’s not to late to catch up. And believe me, it’s worth it.

Glitterbomb The Fame Game #2 Review

Zub, Morissette-Phan, and Russell have a real good story on their hands and I can’t wait to see how it all ends.  The first issue did a real good job of setting up the story and this issue does a nice job of moving the plot along.

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #31 Review

I hope Zircher and Wright never get taken off this title. Their art is incredible! The detail, the colors, it’s all perfect and logically follows the flow of the book. Pick this title up it’s definitely worth it.

The Flash #33 Review

The Flash and Steel defend a portal to the Dark Multiverse from the followers of Barbatos to preserve a way for Superman and Batman to return.

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