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Justice League #5 Review: Enter the Legion of Doom

Justice League #5 Review: Enter the Legion of Doom

This leads him to unite Sinestro, Gorilla Grodd, the Joker, Black Manta, and the Cheetah under the banner of the Legion of Doom.[caption id="attachment_896757" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Justice League #5 cover by Doug Mahnke, Jaime Mendoza, and Wil Quintana[/caption]Justice League #5 begins the story of the Legion of Doom’s union, motive, and mission[...]

Batman Beyond #20 Review: Enjoyable in Spite of Clichés

Batman Beyond #20 Review: Enjoyable in Spite of Clichés

Plus, the plot with Scab of the Jokerz has an interesting angle to it.[caption id="attachment_855729" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Batman Beyond #20 art by Marco Castiello, Mark Morales, and Wil Quintana[/caption]Marco Castiello’s artwork is an interesting mixture of gritty detailing, classic comic styling, and some of the sleekness of past Batman Beyond artists[...]

Cyborg #22 Review: DCs Cypher Hero

Cyborg #22 Review: DC's Cypher Hero

It’s a disconcerting trend.[caption id="attachment_841421" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Cyborg #22 art by Tom Derenick, Wil Quintana, and Pete Pantazis[/caption]Tom Derenick’s artwork is undeniably the best part of the comic It brings its own style and even adds some visual personality to Vic Cyborg himself looks quite good, and the giant robots have a simple yet appealing[...]

Action Comics Special #1 Review: Another Great Superman Comic

Action Comics Special #1 Review: Another Great Superman Comic

Will Conrad and Wil Quintana’s artwork looks great, and the overall story provides a nice opening for this book.The second gives us more interiority for Lex Luthor and how he deals with relatively trivial matters in public The story is actually quite funny, as much of the book is Lois and Clark riffing on public[...]

Cyborg #21 Review: Wolfman Returns but the Story is Bland

Cyborg #21 Review: Wolfman Returns, but the Story is Bland

Also, Cyborg effectively has a healing factor, and it’s never explained why that can’t just save him this time around.[caption id="attachment_824110" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Cyborg #21 art by Tom Derenick, Scott Kolins, and Wil Quintana[/caption]Tom Derenick and Scott Kolins tag-team for the art on this one, and the resulting book looks quite good[...]

Superman #44 Review: Night of the Living Bizarros

Superman #44 Review: Night of the Living Bizarros

This language is such a loose mess of double-negatives and wavering rules of its own that I was often forced to reread it as the opposite, then decipher what the opposite of that opposite is.[caption id="attachment_824092" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Superman #44 art by Doug Mahnke, Jamie Mendoza, and Wil Quintana[/caption]Doug Mahnke’s excellent artwork is a boon[...]

Dark Knights Rising the Wild Hunt Review: Fun and Interesting Despite a Hard-to-Follow Plot

Dark Knights Rising the Wild Hunt Review: Fun and Interesting Despite a Hard-to-Follow Plot

The Batman Who Laughs and the Nightmare Batmen are in pursuit.[caption id="attachment_795324" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Dark Knights Rising: The Wild Hunt Cover by Doug Mahnke and Wil Quintana[/caption]Those are the broad strokes of the plot However, trying to explain the exact details of what happens would be a challenge The ship which Cyborg, Raven and the[...]


Is No Justice A Big Story Planned For DC In 2018

Is 'No Justice' A Big Story Planned For DC In 2018?

Last Wednesday saw the release of Dark Nights: Metal tie in one shot, Batman Lost, written by Scott Snyder, James Tyion IV, and Joshua Williamson, with art handled by Doug Mahnke, Yanick Paquette, Jorge Jimenez, Jaime Mendoza, Wil Quintana, Nathan Fairbairn, and Alejandro Sanchez.[caption id="attachment_742413" align="aligncenter" width="300"] Batman Lost cover by Olivier Coipel and Dave[...]