Comic Book Reviews.

Blast From the Past Reviews: Action Comics #1

The story is rather intense and fast paced considering it’s the first ever introduction to the character, which is suddenly cut to an end, leaving you gripped and hanging on for the next issue. Going back to reading old comics, really is a breath of fresh air. 

Cyborg #18 Review

Cyborg #18 is an engaging story that left me wanting more and already anticipating the next issue thanks to its unique story and wonderful art.

Batman: The White Night #2 Review

This is a great continuation of the series with an impactful story and gritty, wonderful art to go with it. It all adds up to a great issue, with loads of more delight to come I wager.

Batman: The Devastator #1 Review

Batman: The Devastator #1 works on a lot of different levels, but the driving force behind this book is the emotionally charged story Tieri and Tynion crafted to shed light on the motives of this Batman/Doomsday hybrid.

Black Lightning: Cold Dead Hands #1 Review

Black Lightning Cold Dead Hands #1 is a must buy.  The writing is stellar because it introduces Black Lightning while telling a new story, and the dialogue is just a joy throughout the issue. 

Batman #34 Review

This story arc may be only two issues in, but I think it has the potential to be one of the best arcs King has crafted so far especially with this amazing art team he has the pleasure of working with.

Superman #34 Review

I can hardly wait to see how this story advances Superman as “Imperius”, Jonathan and his new powers, and Lois as the newest member of the Female Furies.

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. 

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