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Red Hood and the Outlaws #20

The Story The issue starts off with a low level henchman checking his phone. He is at a party thrown by his wealthy girlfriend Emma,...

Red Hood and the Outlaws #16 Review

I’m back on board with this issue. It was well written, there was a nice bit of humor, solid story, and tremendous art. Scott Lobdell is truly a great writer and Soy and Gandini are a magnificent team on the artwork. A big thumbs up to the team for this issue. Include it in your weekly pull.

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #32 Review

With this huge event happening in the DC Universe right now, this issue contributed its piece to the puzzle. I have no complaints. Pick this issue up, especially if you are following the Metal story closely….and if you’re not, you should be.

Detective Comics #968 Review

A Lonely Place of Living continues this week in Detective Comics #968. In this series we are given the gift of Tim Drake’s return to DC Comics.

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #31 Review

I hope Zircher and Wright never get taken off this title. Their art is incredible! The detail, the colors, it’s all perfect and logically follows the flow of the book. Pick this title up it’s definitely worth it.

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.

Green Arrow #33 Review

This issue is a a slow down after the gotham resistance tie in. It's a fantastic narrative that shows the reader that Oliver Queen isn't some punk kid. He has people who rely on him and he has his support structure

Green Lanterns #33 Review

This was a rough start to a new Green Lanterns run. I had a hard time even finishing it. The story was dry and uninteresting. I find myself not caring much about what happens next.

Batman #33

A fresh start post-Bat/Cat engagement begins this week with a new arc from writer Tom King, artist Joelle Jones, and colorist Jordie Bellaire. "The Rules...

The Flash #32 Review

Barry must balance his personal life with his life as The Flash even as he's transferred to Central City’s worst prison.  

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