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Batgirl vs. the Riddler #1 cover by Rafael Albuquerque and Dave McCaig

Batgirl vs. the Riddler #1 Review: Ed Nigma the Nice Guy

the Riddler #1 art by Minkyu Jung, Jose Marzan Jr., and Jordie Bellaire[/caption]Minkyu Jung’s artwork brings the comic to life quite well It’s what one might call a standard comic book style, but it’s a very good version of that idea The figures look good, the action is kinetic, and the scenes are detailed[...]

Nightwing #43 cover by Jorge Jimenez and Alejandro Sanchez

Nightwing #43 Review: The Talkative Trio

That’s more thinking than it wants you to do, and it’s fun enough so that I’m inclined to oblige.[caption id="attachment_834121" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Nightwing #43 art by Minkyu Jung and Felipe Sobreiro[/caption]Minkyu Jung’s artwork provides a sleek, stylish, and slightly anime-inspired comic for Nightwing The eyes, mouths, and poses lean on the anime aesthetic while the[...]

Justice League of America #25 cover by Mikel Janin

Justice League of America #25 Review: Arguing with a God for the Fate of a Planet

However, there is some fat that could be trimmed.[caption id="attachment_804109" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League of America #25 art by Miguel Mendonca, Minkyu Jung, Dexter Vines, and Chris Sotomayor[/caption]Miguel Mendonca and Minkyu Jung split the art on this on, and the visuals remain solidly great throughout The styles aren’t so disparate as to cause any dissonance[...]

Titans #17 Review: Donna Troy Meets Troia

From Abnett’s ranting dialogue to Minkyu Jung’s panels with insane eyes and crooked smiles, Troia has gone insane in the centuries of her life.Something else interesting is that Troia references to a number of villains whom have had big DC events about them in years past, but have yet to appear in the New 52[...]