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[...]
This issue of Detective Comics brings 'A Lonely Place of Living' to a conclusion, with the Bat-Family facing future Tim Drake-Batman. Is it a good read?
The Justice League of America has become the subject of a documentary, but the director seems to have an ulterior motive. Is this exposé worth watching?
His style seems a bit like Joe Bennett with some Mark Bagley detailing, and he takes the better parts of both styles (that's not to say he's necessarily better than either; I don't particularly like comparing artists in that way). Hi-Fi's color work is as bright and dazzling as ever, giving some additional life and excitement[...]
Green Arrow just discovered that his mom is still alive, and she been working with the Ninth Circle. He has a lot to process, but is it a good read?
Deathstroke has been abducted by the Society, and they are upset with Slade for his apparent moral turn. It's the trial of Slade Wilson. But is it good?
The Flash and Steel just sent Superman to the Dark Multiverse, but the forces of Barbatos have counterattacked. Does this Metal tie-in hit hard?
Green Lantern Hal Jordan and Superman have found Hector Hammond under attack by an unknown alien race, and they attempt to save him. Is this a smart read?
It quickly became my favorite DC title of Rebirth As such, even though I've enjoyed his work on Nightwing, I was a little worried to Tim Seeley was going to replace Humphries. Thankfully, these worries were unfounded, as Green Lanterns #33 was a strong first step for Seeley on the title. Admittedly, there isn't much of a[...]
Green Arrow is back in Seattle with a mess to clean up. The trial of Oliver Queen is on, and his mom is back. Does this make for a good comic?
This is of course couples with DC Universe: Rebirth, written by Geoff Johns and functioning as the flagship book for the Rebirth initiative, centered around the return of the older Wally West. So, that does make this an unconvincing red herring, but I don't hate how it functions in this book It's difficult to be sad[...]
Aquaman is down and out, but Dolphin tries to pull him back up. Mera and Tempest are at the Crown of Thorns. What will become of Atlantis and Aquaman?
The Justice League are now possessed by the Darkness, and it's up to their children to stop them and save their souls. Is this the ending "Legacy" deserves?
But I would say that this Rebirth Batsuit is a high point The combo of yellow and black on the Bat symbol really looks dynamite The purple shade on the underside of the cape looks great Not to mention the book, written by Tom King, continues the stellar work on the character these last few[...]
Naturally, Diana goes out to find this brother. A big part of Wonder Woman's story in Rebirth is the redefining of her mythos We know now that she is a child of Zeus, though that came from the New 52 era As such, she is technically a sibling of all of the Greek Pantheon That makes[...]