Justice League: No Justice #3 cover by Francis Manapul

Justice League: No Justice #3 Review – Fun in Spite of Its Convoluted Plot

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Martian Manhunter, Starro the Conqeuror and Team Mystery are working on a means of freeing all the bottled planets in the depths of Colu. Team Entropy attempt to coax Vril Dox into providing a plan for dealing with the Omega Titans in the absence of Brainiac. Team Wonder struggle for workarounds to the […]

Justice League: No Justice #2 cover by Francis Manapul

Justice League: No Justice #2 Advance Review: Frantic, Action-Packed Fun

Plus, there are interactions between Martian Manhunter and Starro as well as Beast Boy and Lobo that are quite fantastic.Marcus To and Francis Manapul split the responsibility of art in this issue, and both artists contribute excellent work To’s work is a kinetic and motion-oriented style which works great for action sequences Manapul’s artwork is[...]

Justice League of America #29 cover by David Williams and Steve Buccellato

Justice League of America #29 Review: A Foundation for Future Justice

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Ahl, the God of Superheroes, is dead. Chronos has won. The Justice League of America only still stands thanks to the technology of Aztec's suit. However, there is still hope. If the Justice League can get a hold of Chronos' hourglass, maybe they can save the future where Earth has superheroes. Justice League […]

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Dan DiDio Expects Lobo's Daughter Crush to Break Out on Her Own

But he also had time to mention that he thought Lobo’s newly introduced daughter, Crush, will be the breakout book of the new New Titans series as it transforms from Teen Titans.The team, led by Damian Wayne, will include the daughter of the Penultimate Czarian And, if DiDio’s keenness can be translated -- and I[...]

Justice League of America #26 cover by Mikel Janin

Justice League of America #26 Review: Adding Depth to Lord Havok

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Lord Havok has returned to Angor through a portal made from Dreamslayer's body. Dreamslayer has recovered, and he and Batman immediately go after Havok. However, Black Canary notices that this battle is only angering the celestial Adjudicator. They will need to talk Lord Havok down to save Angor. Justice League of America #26 […]

Justice League #40 cover by David Yardin

Justice League #40 Review: Not the JL vs. JLA Fight That We Expected

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Tension mounts in Estes Park West, as the residents feel that the Justice League teams have overlooked the impoverished neighborhoods with predominately POC inhabitants. The riot police have come out to quash the protestors, and the Justice League teams do their best to calm the situation but are extracted by another Fan. Back […]

Justice League #39 cover by Paul Pelletier, Cam Smith, and Adriano Lucas

Justice League #39 Review: Slow, but Gets Back to the Intrigue

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Aquaman barely survives being stranded in the desert of Oman, and he encounters the fan. Green Lantern Simon Baz arrives shortly after and brings him back to the Watchtower. Cyborg, as the new chairman of the Justice League, is brought to testify before Congress. Batman's Justice League of America answers a crisis in […]

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Lobo Screenwriter Talks About Where He's Drawing Inspiration From

Earlier this month news broke that DC was finally pulling the trigger on a Lobo movie and Michael Bay was the frontrunner for the director's chair In that same report we learned Jason Fuchs is writing the script LM Online recently caught up with Fuchs on the red carpet of the USC Libraries Scripter Awards[...]

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Michael Bay's Lobo, Coming Soon to a DCEU Near You?

is apparently moving forward with a Lobo movie directed by Hollywood's Main Man, Michael Bay Bay, who is best known for destroying the childhoods of Transformers fans with Transformers and its approximately 57 sequels, has reportedly already met with DC and given story notes to Wonder Woman writer Jason Fuchs for the script The news[...]

JLA/Doom Patrol Special #1 cover by Frank Quitely

JLA/Doom Patrol Special #1 Review: Strange, Meta, Yet Still Clichéd

Robot Man, Negative Man, and Lobo pal around a little, Jane comforts Killer Frost about her personal issues.The self-referential “we’re in a comic book” angle of the Patrol as well as other comics like Deadpool, Multiversity, or that last issue of Suicide Squad, is becoming very stale Something interesting needs to be done with a[...]

Justice League of America #23 cover by Terry and Rachel Dodson

Justice League of America #23 Review: Long Live the Queen

I like Aztec; I don’t care that common consensus is that the character was always bad.The Ray’s internal conflicts are interesting given what he’s been through with the Justice League of America, and both Ray and Lobo get some cool moments in this issue.In the end, the Queen of Fables steals the show[...]

Justice League of America #22 cover by Terry and Rachel Dodson

Justice League of America #22 Review: Frost Makes a Wish

[rwp-review-recap id="0"] Frost is visited in a dream by an unknown force. It shows her a future wherein her powers bring the world to a heat death and promises to remove her powers. Caitlin accepts that offer, and she no longer suffers from her illness. The rest of the Justice League of America are less-than-thrilled, […]

Justice League Of America #18 Review: Stealing Fire From The Gods

Funnily enough, Lobo is the one who brushes the director off the quickest.It’s not appealing to watch an obviously malicious director make easy fools of your heroes and have your heroes show a self-consciousness that most people grow out of by the time they leave high school Plus, the budding romance subplot between Frost and[...]

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Brian Michael Bendis's List Of All The People He Says Can Beat Batman

Now that the second-longest continuous writer at Marvel Comics, Brian Michael Bendis, has signed an exclusive deal with DC Comics, everything he ever said anywhere on the internet about DC Comics is up for discussion.Including this great post on his Tumblr from earlier in the year, when asked about the comparative fighting abilities of Batman and[...]

Batman the Devastator #1 cover by Jason Fabok and Brad Anderson

'Batman: The Devastator #1' Review: Great Lead, Lackluster Backstory

Dark Nights lives up to its name.There’s a fight between the Devastator and Lobo, which is pretty entertaining, too.[caption id="attachment_739863" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Batman the Devastator #1 art by Tony S Daniels, Danny Miki, and Tomeu Morey[/caption]Tony S Daniel contributes the art to this book He’s been one of my preferred DC artists since his days[...]

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DC Legends Celebrating Steve Orlando's JLA With September Update

September will see the game bringing in a couple more of current iteration of the Justice League of America, as currently written by Steve Orlando.The game will bring in the Main Man, Lobo, as players battle through Metropolis's Suicide Slums to each Hero Fragments and earn and upgrade the character And don't worry, it's proper[...]


Justice League Of America #12 Review: Enter The Microverse

He has located the signal of mentor and previous Atom, Ray Palmer, in the Microverse — the subatomic universe that exists within ours.Not wanting to devote the entire team to this, Batman has dedicated only Ryan, Lobo, Frost, and himself to the job, leaving Black Canary, Vixen, and the Ray in the regular universe.Ray warned[...]