In reviewing the Supergirl title, I wanted to read from the beginning of the current run (Vol 7) and offer a recap / review...
All-New Wolverine #29 is a fun and exciting chapter to the "Orphans of X" arc with lots of surprises. The team does a good job at continuing this compelling narrative while exploring the characters in a deeper way and bringing in their history.
We finally have official release details for the digital and physical releases of 'Justice League'. Per Warner Bros., 'Justice League' will be availably digitally...
We are stepping into an era where the X-Men will soon join the greater MCU, but don't forget: X2 was the film that made the series.
This all-ages book is beautifully drawn and the colors brighten this already inspiring story.
The art is gorgeous throughout. Specifically, the way they capture Damian and Jonathan is attuned to the emotions they are feeling in the moment.
The writing was excellent and that art is a perfect match for the story.
I love Justice League arcs where the League has to go against the American government. When done right, I find these issues often lead to interesting, important conversations about what a superhero’s role is supposed to be in the universe of the comic.
The humor, mystery and action all played perfectly in this comic, and now that the introduction is out of the way, we can see Bat-Harley in all her glory.
The third part of the "Superfriends" arc in Batman arrives this week and it does not disappoint as Wonder Woman joins the party.