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REVIEW: Justice League< #37

REVIEW: Justice League #37 – "Less Of A Tragedy And More Of A Mystery"

(DC Comics, creative team: Scott Snyder, Jorge Jiminez, Alejandro Sanchez, Tom Napolitano) This book is terrible. Let's start there, so there's no misunderstanding about what's happening here. In this issue, the amassed forces of an evil goddess who created everything, an army of goons at the command of Lex Luthor and the will of pretty […]

Action Comics #1002 cover by Patrick Gleason and Alejandro Sanchez

Action Comics #1002 Review: The Most Bendis Superman Comic Yet

A low-level criminal by the name of Yogurt is dropped from the sky over Metropolis. His boss is ambushed by a superhero, but the boss is killed and the hero badly injured. Reporter Clark Kent investigates the death of "Yogurt," but new Daily Planet reporter, Goode, believes it to be an act of Superman. Meanwhile, […]

Justice League #6 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez

Justice League #6 Advance Review: The League Rallies, Doom Reigns

The Totality is within the grasp of Lex Luthor and the Joker. Batman and Hawkgirl make a last rally to stop the two rogues, but Batman, Superman, and Martian Manhunter are sent back to the Hall of Justice with Hawkgirl now missing. Umbrax and Sinestro are close to indoctrinating all the Earth into the Invisible […]

Superman: Action Comics #1001 cover by Patrick Gleason and Brad Anderson

Action Comics #1001 Review: The Fun Superman Book

After wrapping up thwarting a robbery, Clark Kent is made privy that a kid went to the fire station and told the chief that Superman is the one who has been starting the fires across Metropolis. Superman goes to investigate, but this trail leads only to a vague description of a "big, bald guy." Back […]

Justice League #4 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez

Justice League #4 Review: Upping the Stakes Even Further

We are given a glimpse of Gorilla Grodd's childhood as Joker and Lex Luthor make their move on Hawkgirl and Batman respectively. With Kendra and Bruce out of the way, Joker and Luthor will be able to take over the bodies of Martian Manhunter and Superman. Sinestro easily overtakes Green Lantern John Stewart and Cyborg. […]

Justice League #3 cover by Phil Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez

Justice League #3 Review: Before a Living Galaxy

Green Lantern John Stewart is under the influence of a strange new power called the Invisible Spectrum. He now uses Ultraviolet energy, granted by Sinestro. Wonder Woman, Flash, Cyborg, and Aquaman must stop their friend if they are to survive. Meanwhile, Superman and Martian Manhunter, accompanied by shrunken-down Batman and Hawkgirl, move closer to the […]

Justice League #2 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez

Advance Review: Justice League #2 – Following Up on the Titanic Premiere

The Totality has landed on Earth, and it's causing disruptions across the world. The Justice League are trying to keep its presence secret until they can discern what it is, but the truth is still spreading. Meanwhile, Lex Luthor and his Legion of Doom begin to scheme. The mystery of the Totality is the prime […]

DC Natioon #0 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez

DC Nation #0 Review: Two Out of Three Isn't Bad, Plus It's Free in Digital

The Joker pays a man named Roger Martello an extended visit while waiting for a very special invitation. The Daily Planet tries to cope with the leaving of Lois Lane and the arrival of a promising new hire. The Justice League tries to stop a threat on Colu before it reaches Earth with four unique […]

Superman #42 cover by Patrick Gleason and John Kalisz

Superman #42 Review: Entertaining, but the Bizarro Speech Gets Confusing

Superman #42 opens on Bizarro World, and we get to see how the Bizarro version of the Superman family looks and behaves. After this, we turn back to our world and our Superman family. Superboy is smitten with a girl in Kansas, and it leads him to minor conflict with his family. While I do […]


Batman no justice

Is 'No Justice' A Big Story Planned For DC In 2018?

Last Wednesday saw the release of Dark Nights: Metal tie in one shot, Batman Lost, written by Scott Snyder, James Tyion IV, and Joshua Williamson, with art handled by Doug Mahnke, Yanick Paquette, Jorge Jimenez, Jaime Mendoza, Wil Quintana, Nathan Fairbairn, and Alejandro Sanchez. But one of the most important creators to keep an eye […]

Super Sons

Super Sons #5 Review – Classic Fun Comics

Super Sons #5 is bringing back classic superhero story-telling with a modern sensibility, and it's something that has been sorely lacking from the comics landscape for such a long time that it's a breath of fresh air. In this issue, a standalone story featuring Jonathan Kent a.k.a. Superboy and Damian Wayne a.k.a. Robin airing their […]