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Superman Special #1 Review: DCs Continued Superman Quality Streak

Superman Special #1 Review: DC's Continued Superman Quality Streak

The second has its own troubles, particularly regarding the narration and dialogue not having faith in the visuals to tell their end of the story (Superman declaring that a building is collapsing while we can see it doing so, for example).[caption id="attachment_849314" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Superman Special #1 art by Scott Godlewski and Gabe Eltaeb[/caption]Scott Godlewski[...]

Rough Riders: Ride or Die #4 Review &#8211 I Am Alice Man

Rough Riders: Ride or Die #4 Review – I Am Alice Man

Meanwhile, Harry Houdini is in the clutches of death itself in the dead realm, but Jack Johnson pulls a gambit to pull the magician out of the predicament.[caption id="attachment_846678" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Rough Riders: Ride or Die #4 cover by Patrick Olliffe and Gabe Eltaeb[/caption]With Rough Riders: Ride or Die #4, we arrive at the end[...]

Trinity #22 Review: The War for Skartaris

Trinity #22 Review: The War for Skartaris

Gabe Eltaeb’s color art is bright and well-balanced, as it should be A book about Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman should pop off the page, and Eltaeb succeeds in making that happen.Trinity #22 is a solidly entertaining read with DC’s big three bringing down a powerful wizard despot to save a world not their own[...]

Rough Riders Ride or Die #3 Review: Leans into Melodrama and Tropes

Rough Riders Ride or Die #3 Review: Leans into Melodrama and Tropes

Houdini takes up that burden and connects with his father in the realm of the dead while Roosevelt and Oakley chase up leads from Rutgers University.[caption id="attachment_835531" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Rough Riders: Ride or Die #3 cover by Patrick Olliffe and Gabe Eltaeb[/caption]The third issue of Rough Riders: Ride or Die has begun to throw up[...]

Rough Riders Ride or Die #2 Review: Historical Fiction with Actual H. P. Lovecraft

Rough Riders Ride or Die #2 Review: Historical Fiction with Actual H. P. Lovecraft

Lovecraft.[caption id="attachment_821189" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Rough Riders: Ride or Die #2 cover by Patrick Olliffe and Gabe Eltaeb[/caption]Rough Riders: Ride or Die #2 contrasts the previous issue’s pensive mystery with a more action-intensive issue The action, despite its supernatural flavor, is more grounded than what one might expect from comics That is apart from Oakley’s impossibly[...]

Bleeding Cool Comics Chatter Episode 1.2: Rough Riders Ride or Die #1

Bleeding Cool Comics Chatter Episode 1.2: Rough Riders Ride or Die #1

Welcome to the first official episode of Bleeding Cool's Comics Chatter! This is the show where I, Comic Reviews Editor Josh Davison, chat the week's releases with my co-hosts. This week I am joined by Eliot, our comments moderator and sometimes comic reviewer on BC. We will be talking about Marvel's Peter Parker: The Spectacular […]


Super Sons #13 Review: Charming Fun and Full of Mommy Issues

Super Sons #13 Review: Charming, Fun, and Full of Mommy Issues

Gabe Eltaeb’s color art is bright yet well-balanced, and his colors create an appropriately bright atmosphere for a book like this.Super Sons #13 is a charming and absorbing tale depicting how the two children of the World’s Finest get along The interactions entertain, the conflict is smartly constructed, and the art is great[...]

Super Sons #11 Review: Round 2 of the Crossover Explains the Mission and Ends with a Bang

Super Sons #11 Review: Round 2 of the Crossover Explains the Mission and Ends with a Bang

Tomasi, Patrick Gleason, Ryan Benjamin, Richard Friend, Gabe Eltaeb, and Rob Leigh is the second part of the new crossover Super Sons of Tomorrow, which brings some stakes to the teenage World's Finest as Batman Tim Drake snares them in his trap.[caption id="attachment_759732" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Super Sons #11 cover by Francis Manapul[/caption]Much like the first part,[...]

Rebirth Recap: Aquaman

Rebirth Recap: Aquaman

But are there always bubbles floating around underwater?Anyway, Gabe Eltaeb has colored the series for most of its existence, and he does a good job with the marine pallet at play here.Stjepan Sejic is the artist in the newest issue, and it’s incredible He plays with shadows in his highly-stylized yet almost photorealistic art[...]