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Justice League #27 Review

What is this all about? In this issue, the members of the Justice League get involved in the most awkward family reunion ever. Their children...

Batman #29 Review

The never ending "War of Jokes and Riddles" rambles on with this week's fifth installment and, I don't know about you all, but I'm...

Wonder Woman #28 Review

Half way through Shea Fontana's Wonder Woman arc, "Heart of the Amazon", and Diana is in the midst of evil forces playing a treacherous...

Aquaman #27 Review

With this series, it's proving to be philosophical, pretentious, powerful and to a certain extent, maybe even political. There are no spoilers in this...

Super Sons #7 Review

What is this about? In this issue of Super Sons, the Teen Titans regroup after getting beaten handily by a trio of villains led by...

Green Lanterns #29 Review

With Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz stuck 10 billion years in the past, will they find a way back? Do they have what it...

Superman #29 Review

What is this about? In this issue, Superman investigates the disappearance of dozens of children. The story begins when a boy named Zachariah is abducted...

Nightwing #27 Review

What does Nightwing bring to us on this issue? Well, with the help of Huntress, they keep the track of the Spyral. This will...

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #26 Review

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps shows no signs of slowing down, as this issue kicks off a new story arc that seems just as promising as Robert Venditti and Van Sciver's work on the last arc, "Fracture".

Sony, You Either Live Together or Die Alone

Once upon a time, the masses were confused about which studio owned what comic book property. The past 2 years cleared most of that confusion up. Fox own X-Men and Fantastic Four, Warner Brothers owns all DC ... 

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