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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...

Justice League #35 Review

Justice League #35 Review Story: Priest Art & Cover: Pete Woods Wonder Woman learns the downsides of going viral in the latest issue of Justice League. In the aftermath of the last issue, which saw a terrorist...

Kill or Be Killed Vol. 1 Review

The story is partially a look at the difficulties of young adulthood combined with a look at what happens when you have a reluctant vigilante.

Blast From the Past Reviews: Action Comics #5

Action Comics #5 Cover Artist: Leo O’Mealia Writer: Jerry Siegel Artwork: Joe Shuster  The story starts with Perry White calling for Clark Kent to cover a world exclusive disaster story, but he is nowhere to be found. Instead...

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