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Hawkman #2 Review: This Series Continues to Soar

Hawkman #2 Review: This Series Continues to Soar

The fight against Khufu finds him more passive than usual, but, given the circumstances, I can understand not wanting to start throwing punches with reckless abandon.[caption id="attachment_882695" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Hawkman #2 art by Bryan Hitch, Daniel Henriques, Andrew Currie, and Jeremiah Skipper[/caption]Bryan Hitch’s artwork continues to be a gorgeous realization of the Winged Warrior and[...]

Teen Titans Special #1 Review: The Anti-Marvels Champions

Teen Titans Special #1 Review: The Anti-Marvel's Champions

Here, she is most assuredly the victimizer.[caption id="attachment_874950" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Teen Titans Special #1 art by Robson Rocha, Daniel Henriques, and Sunny Gho[/caption]Robson Rocha contributes the art to this book, and it looks excellent The detailing is sleek and defining Many of the actions scenes are clear and sequenced well There is one visually confusing[...]

Aquaman #35 Review: Meeting Old Friends and Squid People

Aquaman #35 Review: Meeting Old Friends and Squid People

However, this story has considerably more stamina than Black Panther’s “Avengers of the New World” arc.[caption id="attachment_834053" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Aquaman #35 art by Robson Rocha, Daniel Henriques, Danny Miki, and Sunny Gho[/caption] ComiXology listed Riccardo Federici as the artist on this issue a few days ago, but it’s Robson Rocha who takes up the penciling for[...]

Supergirl #20 Review: A Convoluted yet Delightful Final Issue for the Girl of Tomorrow

Supergirl #20 Review: A Convoluted yet Delightful Final Issue for the Girl of Tomorrow

This forces Supergirl and her allies to push forward their timetable, with Kara herself going toe-to-toe with Turid Goldenaxe to protect Bones and Mokkari.[caption id="attachment_826321" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Supergirl #20 cover by Robson Rocha, Daniel Henriques, and Michael Atiyeh[/caption]This finale to Supergirl, has a lot of moving parts and spinning plates, with the seemingly out-of-nowhere injection[...]