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Nightwing #59 Review

Writer: Dan Jurgens Artist: Chris Mooneyham Colors: Nick Filardi Nightwing #59 brings a new arc, a new writer, and a new(ish) Ric. A new big bad has...

Green Lanterns #57 Review

Story: Dan Jurgens Art: Mike Perkins Colors: Hi-Fi Cover: Chris Stevens Green Lanterns #57 brings us to the end of the Green Lanterns line. It is a battle...

Green Lanterns #55 Review

Story: Dan Jurgens Art: Mike Perkins Colors: Hi-Fi Cyborg Superman is ready for war in Green Lanterns #55! Now free from his prison at the Fortress of...

Green Lanterns #53 Review

Story: Dan Jurgens Art: Marco Santucci Colors: Hi-Fi In Green Lanterns #53, Simon is off on some unknown mission back to Earth, while the rest of the...

Green Lanterns #52 Review

Story: Dan Jurgens Art: Marco Santucci Colors: Hi-Fi The Cavalry has arrived and it is all out war! The Lanterns face off against an old foe to...

Action Comics #1000

Action Comics 1000 is a historic event, such a big event that it can't be told by just one person. This issue is a...

Action Comics #993 Review

I have no idea where this story is going, which increases the intrigue.

Action Comics #991 Review

What remains clear is Superman’s resolve to defend earth against whatever threat might be looming and this is the best thing possible for its inhabitants.

Action Comics #989 Review

The story arc will need to advance or branch out to keep reader’s interest. However, Lois shows great courage by freeing hostage and Superman heroically saves lives, which is refreshing.  

Action Comics #988 Review

This second entry in "The Oz Effect" misses an opportunity to capitalize on the emotional build-up from the previous issue. Instead, we're presented with a history lesson (albeit an intriguing and beautifully drawn history lesson) about Mr. Oz that, if true, will have major ramifications on Superman's origin story.

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