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My Phoenix Comic Fest 2018

Now that the exhaustion of the weekend is starting to wear off, I can start to process my nerdcation. This was my 8th year going...

Detective Comics #979

The Story After activating and releasing the OMACS on both Batman and the Colony, Ulysses is once again showing Tim the possible, horrific future events...
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DC’s ‘Metal’ Series Will Lead to ‘No Justice’

When Metal ends with issue #6 in March, Scott Snyder will be joined with James Tynion IV and Joshua Williamson for a four-issue mini-series, Justice League: No Justice. With art from Francis Manapul, the series will kick off on May 9th.

Detective Comics #973 Review

Detective Comics has been reliably fantastic. James Tynion IV brings so much depth to each of these individually unique characters and creates a dynamic between them that is splendidly attractive.

Detective Comics #972 Review

James Tynion IV brought another excellent story and the artwork of the series has been extraordinary.

Detective Comics #969 Review

This issue was an entertaining read and left me wanting more. The Victim Syndicate is obviously back and, judging from the title, they have built some momentum or are about to.

Will Conner Kent Finally Appear in DC’s Next Crossover Event?

 In a recent interview with Newsarama about Batman: Lost, James Tynion IV gave a major hint about when we'll see Conner Kent's name appear again!

Batman: Lost #1 Review

This book may come at a $4.99 price tag, but I believe it is definitely worth it. Batman: Lost has been one the better tie-ins to Metal, so pick it up and enjoy the awesome story. 

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.

Detective Comics #967 Review

We have learned that Tim Drake is in fact not deceased. He is in the prison of Mr. Oz somewhere outside of time. Mr. Oz encourages Tim not to go back to the life that he so desperately wants to return to.

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