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REVIEW: Justice League #37 &#8211 Less Of A Tragedy And More Of A Mystery

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 much[...]

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

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

Meanwhile, Cat Grant returns to Metropolis and the Daily Planet for a visit.[caption id="attachment_907342" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Action Comics #1002 cover by Patrick Gleason and Alejandro Sanchez[/caption]Action Comics #1002 is definitely the most Brian Michael Bendis DC comic to have been printed so far The recap and credits page is plastered with in-jokes, meta references, and[...]

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

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

Umbrax and Sinestro are close to indoctrinating all the Earth into the Invisible Spectrum, and Gorilla Grodd has the Flash powerless through the Still Force.[caption id="attachment_901981" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League #6 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez[/caption]Justice League #6 brings a spark of hope for the world’s heroes While the Legion of Doom seems[...]

Action Comics #1001 Review: The Fun Superman Book

Action Comics #1001 Review: The Fun Superman Book

It does introduce Red Cloud, and she’s a potentially interesting foe for the Man of Steel.[caption id="attachment_893181" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Superman: Action Comics #1001 art by Patrick Gleason and Alejandro Sanchez[/caption]Patrick Gleason certainly has a way with Superman There are a myriad of gorgeous panels depicting the Man of Tomorrow in mid-flight that border the realm[...]

Justice League #4 Review: Upping the Stakes Even Further

Justice League #4 Review: Upping the Stakes Even Further

Gorilla Grodd, Cheetah, and Black Manta ambush Flash, Wonder Woman, and Aquaman.[caption id="attachment_885990" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League #4 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez[/caption]Things continue to spiral out of control for the Justice League in this issue The Legion of Doom has the upper hand, and we have something of a thematic through-line from[...]

Justice League #3 Review: Before a Living Galaxy

Justice League #3 Review: Before a Living Galaxy

Worse yet, the Totality has begun to affect their minds.[caption id="attachment_879721" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League #3 cover by Phil Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez[/caption]Justice League is shooting for a grand and ambitious story for its first arc, reshaping the cosmic backstory and framing of the DC Universe It’s an admirable goal, but some of the flaws[...]

Advance Review: Justice League #2 &#8211 Following Up on the Titanic Premiere

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

Meanwhile, Lex Luthor and his Legion of Doom begin to scheme.[caption id="attachment_868555" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League #2 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez[/caption]The mystery of the Totality is the prime conflict of the comic, but Lex Luthor steals the show for much of the runtime His is the first face we see, and he[...]

DC Nation #0 Review: Two Out of Three Isnt Bad Plus Its Free in Digital

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

The Justice League tries to stop a threat on Colu before it reaches Earth with four unique and bizarre teams.[caption id="attachment_839706" align="aligncenter" width="600"] DC Natioon #0 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez[/caption]DC Nation #0 is a preview comic for three upcoming stories from DC: The Wedding of Batman and Catwoman in Batman, Man of[...]

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

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

That’s the first big hurdle the comic throws at the reader.To Superman #42’s credit, the art team of Patrick Gleason and Alejandro Sanchez do a good job of filling in the gaps You can intuit what’s going on from the visuals, but that doesn’t change how flustering it can be to try and follow all[...]

Superman #37 Review: A Bold Brash Loud Start to Super Sons of Tomorrow Crossover

Superman #37 Review: A Bold, Brash, Loud Start to Super Sons of Tomorrow Crossover

Tomasi, Patrick Gleason, Jorge Jimenez, Alejandro Sanchez, and Rob Leigh is the first part of the Super Sons of Tomorrow crossover mini-event between this title, Super Sons and Teen Titans The issue is released on December 20th.It's a hell of an opening shot to a crossover, I'll tell you that.[caption id="attachment_759629" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Superman #37[...]

Is No Justice A Big Story Planned For DC In 2018

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.[caption id="attachment_742413" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Batman Lost cover by Olivier Coipel and Dave[...]

Super Sons #5 Review &#8211 Classic Fun Comics

Super Sons #5 Review – Classic Fun Comics

Robin airing their grievances with each other in a scuffle in the Batcave, we get a take on the classic formula of superheroes meet, fight and then come to an understanding.[caption id="attachment_671558" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez[/caption]It does all this without any kind of deep political allegory (not that there is[...]