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Supergirl #21 cover by Terry and Rachel Dodson

Supergirl #21 Review: The Avenger of Krypton

I’m interested in seeing where this story goes and glad to see Kara Zor-El back.[caption id="attachment_899252" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Supergirl #21 art by Kevin Maguire, Sean Parsons, and FCO Plascencia[/caption]Kevin Maguire is a very welcome addition to the book too His artwork is often quite stunning, and he gives a wonderful treatment to Supergirl here[...]

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 […]

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

However, Barbatos is far from beaten, and the Batman Who Laughs is close to completing the final stage of their plan.[caption id="attachment_817564" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Dark Nights: Metal #6 cover by Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion, and FCO Plascencia[/caption]As you can likely glean, this final issue is something of a plot explosion, and it can be difficult[...]

Dark Nights: Metal #5 Cover by Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion, and FCO Plascencia

Dark Nights Metal #5 Review: A Compelling Build-Up Before the Conclusion

Meanwhile, Superman and Batman have found Hawkman turned into a massive demonic monster, Wonder Woman squares off against Black Adam and the corrupted Hawkgirl, Mister Terrific and Green Lantern Hal Jordan have been locked up on Thanagar Prime, and Aquaman and Deathstroke have found a secret antechamber with an Nth Metal core far below Atlantis.As[...]

Dark Nights: Metal #4

Dark Nights: Metal #4 Review: The Story Broadens, but Reveals its Core

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Dark Nights: Metal #4 from DC Comics by Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion, FCO Plascencia, and Steve Wands brings the DC event back to its core story after a short break and a number of diverting tales expanding on the monsters now invading the DC Universe and the torture of Batman in the[...]


'Dark Nights: Metal' #3 Review: Come On, Bring The Noise!

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Well, we have hit the mid-point of the main story of DC's major event, Dark Nights Metal, and Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion and FCO Plascencia really hit their stride with the series and the stakes for the DC Universe.With Batman lost to the Dark Multiverse, and the Dark Knights wreaking havoc across[...]

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Dark Nights: Metal #2 Review: A Fun Love Letter To The DCU Continues

[rwp-review-recap id="0"]Beware, this review does contain mild spoilers for Dark Nights: Metal #2.Dark Nights: Metal #2 comes out this week and gives us the next part in the wild, crazy DC event, and it really does continue to be something quite unlike anything that's come before.[caption id="attachment_713362" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Dark Knights: Metal #2 cover by[...]

Dark Nights: Metal #1 Review: Rocking The DCU With Extreme Awesomeness

We've had the hints, the glancing blows from the Dark Days prologue issues, which gave us the shape of the idea, like a sonar blip on the map - but now we see it in full view, and it's as bombastic and wild as promised.Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion and FCO Plascencia (or should[...]