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Wonder Woman #31 Review

The first issue of James Robinson’s “Children of the Gods” story is promising. Great pencils, color, and dialog propel this mystery by picking up previous threads from past stories and jumping into the unknown. I have no idea where this will go, but I can bet that it will be exciting.

Suicide Squad #26 Review

What is this all about? Welcome to Poison Ivy’s Jungle. With this series, it’s not long until we are welcomed into Poison Ivy’s realm of death. Now as the cover will suggest, it is a...

Action Comics #988 Review

What is this all about? In this issue, Superman comes to grips with the fact that his father, Jor-El, escaped Krypton and has been living on earth. Jor-El tries to convince Superman that he is...

Reborn Vol. 1 Review

I enjoyed the alternative, sci-fi fantasy take on the afterlife and how we can retain our individual souls, memories and the essence of who we are in this life in the next world.

God Country Volume One Review

God Country shows how incredible of a storyteller Cates is. I'm sure all of us on some level wish we had a better relationship with our fathers.

Vikings Uprising Review

There is no attempt to sugar coat the characters and make them more positive or portray them in a more sympathetic light than they actually are. The characters from Ragnar to Lagertha to Colum and Maurice are driven by decisions, both good and bad and by desperation.

Green Arrow #31 Review

A solid conclusion to the 'Hard Traveling Hero' story with great set-up for Green Arrow's role in 'Gotham City Resistance' and excellent art.

New Super-Man Vol. 1: “Made in China” Review

Give this series a chance, you won’t regret it and if this first arc of New Super-Man is a sign of things to come you will continue to enjoy the reading the subsequent issues and volumes. 

Batman: The Red Death #1 Review

If you are reading the Dark Nights: Metal books at all, get this now. The story and the art make this book worth owning by itself.

Nightwing #29 Review

Nightwing #29 is a well done tie-in to the larger narrative of Dark Nights: Metal, and gives Nightwing some much needed time to shine in Gotham.

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