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Batman #38 Review

BATMAN #38 Written by: Tom King Art by: Travis Moore Just when I was getting into the Tom King run on Batman, his whole Catwoman thing, etc., this issue comes along and BAM! not a fan of...

Blast From The Past Review: Action Comics #6

Action Comics #6 Cover Artist: Leo O’Mealia Writer: Jerry Siegel Artwork: Joe Shuster  Mr White introduces Clark to the Personal Manager of, you guessed it – Superman! Mr White is convinced, as he is offered an exclusive deal...

Green Lanterns #37 Review

Green Lanterns #37 Written by: Tim Seeley Art by: Carlo Barberi Green Lanterns has really fallen off in my opinion. It is so hard to make it through an entire issue these days. The overall story isn’t...

Dark Nights Metal #4 Review

Dark Nights: Metal #4 Written by: Scott Snyder Art by: Greg Capullo Colored by: FCO Plascencia  Dark Nights: Metal #4 is here; ending the 2 month gap from the last chapter in this awesomely insane series. Thankfully, this...

Super Sons #11 Review

Super Sons #11 Written by: Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason Art by: Ryan Benjamin & Richard Friend Colored by: Gabe Eltaeb, Colors   Recap: The story begins with, Batman of the future, Tim Drake, sitting on a building remembering...

Superman #37 Review

Superman #37 Written by: Peter J. Tomasi & Patrick Gleason Art by: Jorge Jimenez Colored by: Alejandro Sanchez   Recap: The story begins in Wayne Manor and Bruce Wayne is sitting in a chair reminiscing about lessons learned and his...

Wild Storm #10 Review

Wild Storm #10 Written by: Warren Ellis Art by: Jon Davis-Hunt The web of characters and concepts woven by writer Warren Ellis and perfectly drawn by Jon Davis-Hunt gets a bit deeper panel by panel, issue by...

Batman #37 Review

Batman #37 Written by: Tom King Art by: Clay Mann & Alvaro Martinez I sit at my desk with two screens open. One hand, my right, typing this review on my keyboard. My left hand is doodling...

Harley Quinn #33 Review

Harley Quinn #33 Review Writers: Jimmy Palmiotti & Amanda Conner Art: Bret Blevins, Otto Schmidt, and Moritat Colors: Alex Sinclair and Otto Schmidt The last issue saw Harley Quinn in full-on homicidal mode: killing everyone responsible for the...

Redlands #5 Review

Redlands #5 Writer: Jordie Bellaire Artist: Vanesa Del Rey Colorist: Jordie Bellaire Redlands continues to be a great new series and one of the better titles that Image currently has on the stands. The first six pages alone...

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