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New Challengers #4 cover by V. Ken Marion, Sandu Florea, and Dinei Ribeiro

New Challengers #4 Review: Fighting the Dinosaur-Riding Undead

The New Challengers of the Unknown are in Skartaris and under attack from undead warriors mounted on Velociraptors (probably really Utahraptors or Deinonychus, but whatever). Krunch and Bethany take to the fight quickly, and we learn Bethany's history. She had leukemia as a child, recovered and grew to be a soldier, and was taken from […]

New Challengers #3 cover by Andy Kubert and Brad Anderson

New Challengers #3 Review: It's Krunch Time

The original Challengers of the Unknown have arrived at Challengers Mountain and just killed the Prof—even though the Prof is with them. The New Challengers don't know what to make of the situation, but they aren't happy about the old Challengers demanding they stand down. Thankfully, this new Prof somehow heals from a bullet to […]

Deathstroke #33 cover by Robson Rocha, Daniel Henriques, and Brad Anderson

Deathstroke #33 Review: Father-Son Crimefighting Time

Deathstroke has been saddled up with Robin for a mission. This was a plan of Wintergreen and Alfred to see what will happen when this possible father and son work together. This mission leads Slade and Damian to an old bike shop where they are soon attacked by Nightshade, and Spyral forces intent on recovering […]

Titans Special #1 cover by Brandon Peterson

Titans Special #1 Review: A New Era of Titans

The breach in the Source Wall is causing countless new and powerful metahumans to manifest around the world. After a failure to help one shakes him to his core, Nightwing knows it's time for the Titans to be reformed. He goes to the Justice League, and they tell Dick that a new team will have […]

Green Lanterns #47 cover by Stjepan Sejic

Green Lanterns #47 Review: A Satisfying End to a Fine Arc

Jessica Cruz has gone full Power Ring, and Simon Baz hopes that he can save his partner from the demon within. She is close to killing the Green World's recreation of the men who killed her friends, and, should this happen, Jesse will be lost to the machinations of Power Ring and Singularity Jain forever. […]

Green Lanterns #46 cover by Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund, and Andrew Dalhouse

Green Lanterns #46 Review: Just the Issue this Comic Needed

Jessica Cruz progressed deeper into her memories while Simon Baz is confronted by Power Ring of Earth-3. The hour of tragedy arrives for Jesse, and Simon confronts a dark reflection when he finally nears his partner. Outside, John Constantine tries to guide Simon while calming the concerns of the Justice League. Tim Seeley continues to […]

Green Lanterns #43 cover by Will Conrad and Ivan Nunes

Green Lanterns #43 Review: A Shaky Ending to an Underwhelming Arc

The Green Lanterns are locked in battle with the Order of the Steed in the Horsehead Nebula. Jessica is trying to free Earth's heroes from the control of the Order, Simon Baz is fending off their Durlan enforcers, and Scrapps is fighting their leader, currently in the body of Night Pilot. "Superhuman Trafficking" has ultimately […]

Green Lanterns #42 cover by Will Conrad and Ivan Nunes

Green Lanterns #42 Review: A Balance of Religious Dissection and Sci-Fi Action

Green Lanterns Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz have learned that the missing superheroes from the Caper app have been taken to the religious region that is the Horsehead Nebula. As such, only converts and pilgrims may enter the area, and Simon and Jessica must pretend to be such if they hope to find the kidnapped […]

Superman #41 cover by Viktor Bogdanovic and Mike Spicer

Superman #41 Review: A Bittersweet Conclusion to a Nuanced Story

Superman, Superboy, and Klain speed to Klain's compound in the hopes of escaping the religious zealots of Galymayne. Klain reveals his plan to send an egg pod of his species to another planet to survive. Unfortunately, the religious overlords of Galymayne are not too far behind and still intend to stop any plans of Klain […]