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Justice League Dark #2 cover by Alvaro Martinez Bueno, Raul Fernandez, and Brad Anderson

Justice League Dark #2 Review: The Fate of Magic in the DC Universe

The team will seek aid from Doctor Fate himself, but Swamp Thing also has business at the Tree of Wonder, where he is also met by John Constantine.[caption id="attachment_907832" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League Dark #2 cover by Alvaro Martinez Bueno, Raul Fernandez, and Brad Anderson[/caption]Justice League Dark #2 focuses on the struggle of this team’s[...]

Justice League Dark #1 cover by Alvarez Martinez Bueno, Raul Fernandez, and Brad Anderson

Justice League Dark #1 Review: Breaking Out the Gate with a Great Issue

She finds a willing ally in Detective Chimp, and, elsewhere, Zatanna meets Constantine at a meeting of magic wielders looking to fix the magic in their own manner.[caption id="attachment_893084" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League Dark #1 cover by Alvarez Martinez Bueno, Raul Fernandez, and Brad Anderson[/caption]What is it with modern magic superhero comics having to “fix”[...]

Doomsday Clock #6 cover by Gary Frank and Brad Anderson

Doomsday Clock #6 Review: The Best Issue So Far

Nigma and the rogues are trying to come up with a plan to deal with the increased pressure brought on by the “Superman Theory,” but, before they can get very far, the Comedian arrives and begins gunning down everyone in sight.[caption id="attachment_893039" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Doomsday Clock #6 cover by Gary Frank and Brad Anderson[/caption]I can[...]

New Challengers #3 cover by Andy Kubert and Brad Anderson

New Challengers #3 Review: It's Krunch Time

He then sends the New Challengers to Skartaris, Meanwhile, we learn of Krunch’s past and his association with the Dingbats of Danger Street in Metropolis.[caption id="attachment_891544" align="aligncenter" width="600"] New Challengers #3 cover by Andy Kubert and Brad Anderson[/caption]The story of the New Challengers continues to complicate with the arrival of the original Challengers of the[...]

Batman #50 cover by Mikel Janin

Advance Review: Batman #50 – Profoundly Unsatisfying [Spoiler-Free]

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] The day of Batman and Catwoman's wedding has arrived at last, and the two gather their witnesses and a judge to marry them off at dawn on a rooftop in downtown Gotham. While they prepare, Bruce and Selina individually reminisce about their times together, each other, and how their relationship has developed over […]

New Challengers #2 cover by Andy Kubert and Brad Anderson

New Challengers #2 Review: More than a Mystery

He was a hacker and a data miner until a shadowy organization discovered his activities.[caption id="attachment_871917" align="aligncenter" width="600"] New Challengers #2 cover by Andy Kubert and Brad Anderson[/caption]In the present, Aquaman arrives to fight off the sea monster, but the Challengers’ mission is far from over.New Challengers #2 grabbed me a lot more quickly than[...]

Doomsday Clock #5 cover by Gary Frank and Brad Anderson

Doomsday Clock #5 Review: There Was a Plot Here at Some Point

Johnny Thunder is feeling called to the All-American Steel Factory and escapes his nursing home.[caption id="attachment_857637" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Doomsday Clock #5 cover by Gary Frank and Brad Anderson[/caption]Doomsday Clock #5 is perhaps the most engaging issue for me in this story thus far That’s not to say that I’m in love with this installment, and[...]

New Challengers #1 cover by Andy Kubert and Brad Anderson

The New Challengers #1 Review: Unknown Quantities of Potential

A person calling himself the Prof arrives and informs them that they have been selected to become the next generation of the Challengers of the Unknown.[caption id="attachment_847139" align="aligncenter" width="600"] New Challengers #1 cover by Andy Kubert and Brad Anderson[/caption]The New Challengers #1 revives the Challengers of the Unknown with a dark edge to the proceedings[...]

comics - Dark Nights: Metal #6 cover by Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion, and FCO Plascencia

Dark Nights Metal #6 Review: A Guitar Solo Celebration of DC Comics

June Chung and Brad Anderson do solid work on the color art of the epilogue too.Dark Nights: Metal #6 is a messy, extravagant, and highly entertaining finale to this miniseries from Snyder, Capullo, and company It is flawed, but its strengths far outweigh its weaknesses I had a lot of fun reading it, and most[...]

Doomsday Clock #4 cover by Gary Frank and Brad Anderson

Doomsday Clock #4 Review: An Unneeded and Unwanted Origin Issue

His stay in Arkham is interspersed with scenes from his last stay in a mental institution, which was shortly after the New York City Massacre perpetrated by Ozymandias’ monster.[caption id="attachment_817568" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Doomsday Clock #4 cover by Gary Frank and Brad Anderson[/caption]This issue of Doomsday Clock serves as an origin issue for the new Rorschach[...]

Batman: Detective Comics #975 cover by Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez, and Brad Anderson

Detective Comics #975 Review: Intense Drama and Hard Truths for the Bat Family

Meanwhile, Batwoman is left to consider the offer from her father to join the Colony.[caption id="attachment_804168" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Detective Comics #975 cover by Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez, and Brad Anderson[/caption]This is another low-action and high-dialogue issue of Detective Comics, but it is a damn good one Batman listens to the cases of his children while[...]

Swamp Thing Winter Special #1 cover by Jason Fabok and Brad Anderson

Swamp Thing Winter Special #1 Review: A Beautiful Send-Off to Wein and Wrightson

Swamp Thing knows that he must kill the monster, or he and the Green will die.[caption id="attachment_789655" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Swamp Thing Winter Special #1 art by Jason Fabok and Brad Anderson[/caption]The follow-up story is an uncaptioned Swamp Thing story by Len Wein, Kelley Jones, and Michelle Madsen involving Solomon Grundy, Batman, and Swamp Thing’s old[...]

Some Hints for Tomorrow's Doomsday Clock #2 Revealed in New DC Video

DC have recently posted a new teaser video for the second issue of Doomsday Clock, by Geoff Johns, Gary Frank and Brad Anderson, which is released tomorrow (unless your comic store is delayed by the Christmas break) that suggest what readers might be able to expect.https://twitter.com/DCComics/status/945715982743556101For one, it would seem to suggest that we'll be[...]


Doomsday Clock cover by Gary Frank and Brad Anderson

Doomsday Clock #1 Review: Amazing Art, Slow Yet Intriguing Plot

People are rioting in the streets, the European Union is disintegrating, Russia is (allegedly) making moves across Europe, and the American government is seizing control of every news network in the nation.All of this, and someone dressed as Rorschach has broken into a prison with the intent of breaking out an old villain, the Marionette,[...]

Doomsday Clock

Doomsday Clock #1 Review: A Strong, Gorgeous Piece Of Set-Dressing To Start

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Naturally, everyone is talking about Doomsday Clock #1, from DC Comics by Geoff Johns, Gary Frank, Brad Anderson and Rob Leigh There's a whole heap of reasons for this comic to have so much discussion, from the fact that DC are placing such importance on it in a never-before-seen amount of PR support (seriously,[...]

Justice League Coins

Canadian Money Gets An Upgrade With Justice League Coins From Royal Canadian Mint

The Royal Canadian Mint is issuing a series of Justice League coins that will be available at the show, with art by Jason Fabok and Brad Anderson One of them is even lenticular! The coins will be available in the following denominations:a 25-cent cupro-nickel lenticular coin animating all six members of the Justice League; a trio[...]

Batman Snoops Through Rorschach's Journal In Doomsday Clock NYCC Artwork

DC Comics has made the shocking revelation… that they will make shocking revelations about Doomsday Clock at New York Comic Con in October. DC is holding a Doomsday Clock panel at 6PM on Friday, October 6. At the panel, Geoff "Jeff" Johns will reveal the first few pages of Doomsday Clock #1 and "lead an […]

Detective Comics

Detective Comics #962 Review: 'Intelligence' Ends On A High, Hints At Many New Stories To Come

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Detective Comics #962 by James Tynion IV, Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez and Brad Anderson brings the current arc, Intelligence, to its conclusion in a satisfying and thoroughly entertaining way.[caption id="attachment_697885" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Detective Comics #962 by Yasmine Putri[/caption]It also sets up links to a great deal of things, which is what's great about what[...]