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Green Lanterns #25 Review

Thanks to a great script, solid story setup, and phenomenal art, Green Lanterns #25 is a shining example of the best qualities this title has had throughout Rebirth.

Shirtless Bear Fighter #1 Review

THE TRUTH SPEAKS Are you ready to rock out with your cock out? Are you prepared for a joy ride through Bear Country? Groom your beard, and for god's sake man, put on some pants! It's...

Green Arrow #25 Review

For a setup issue, Green Arrow #25 does what it needs to by setting the tone, presenting new and interesting character developments, and clearly telling readers exactly why Ollie's embarking on this new quest.

Superman #25 Review

The conclusion of "Black Dawn" was somewhat messy, but it ultimately worked. The Superman/Superboy moments redeem the long battle and the story arc resolves nicely when all is said and done.

Batman #25 Review

With DC Metal on the horizon, I am Bane behind us and a possible Bat and Cat marriage in the future, we arrive at The War of Jokes and Riddles. A tale about Batman after...

All Star Batman #11 Review

The last issue of All-Star Batman kicked off a new Alfred central arc, taking us back into his past with MI5 and more. Also introducing a new villain from Alfred's checkered past, well at...

Justice League #23 Review

In issue #23 of Justice League, we get to see Tom DeFalco take over writing as Shea Fontana wrote issue #22. DeFalco has written for titles such as G.I. Joe, Spiderman, and over a...

Batwoman #4 Review

The Review As a fan of the entire Bat-Family, I was truly hoping that this series was going to pick up. After three issues of character introductions and tiresome fight scenes, I thought “The Many...

God Country #6 Review

God Country has continued to be my favorite new miniseries from any publisher. With it being a six issue run, we all knew that this would be the inevitable end of the story, even...

Crosswind #1 Review

An all new comic written by the amazing Gail Simone with art by Cat Staggs. I was able to talk to Gail before the release of this and she did give me a little...

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