Wednesday, August 30, 2017

Red Hood and the Outlaws Annual #1 Review


“Big Tent, Bigger Dreams!”
Written by: Scott Lobdell
Art by: Tyler Kirkham, Arif Prianto and Taylor Esposito


We take a break from our regularly scheduled dose of “the feels” to bring something a little more fun to the Outlaws’ story. Annuals week is a perfect opportunity to relax and enjoy a little one-shot story, since annuals usually don’t take place in the current story arc of a comic. This annual does actually, taking place before RHATO #12. Let’s jump into the Outlaws’ first Annual issue and see if it’s a worthwhile story…

All-Star Batman #13 Review


“The First Ally Part 4”
Written by: Scott Snyder
Art by: Rafael Albuquerque, Cris Peter and Steve Wands

Scott Snyder has been a terrific Batman writer and this issue continues to prove that. All-Star Batman isn’t the main Batman title but I’ve been loving it more than Batman. The “First Ally” arc is the most fun I’ve had with All-Star so far and now that part 4 has come, let’s dive into All-Star Batman #13 and see if Snyder can continue that fun...

Monday, August 28, 2017

DC Comics New Releases for August 30th, 2017

This is this weeks new DC Comics releases for August 30th, 2017. Let us know what your pull list is this week! Check out the list after the break.

Monday, August 21, 2017

DC Comics Solicitations For November 2017 (Possible Spoilers!)


Full DC Comics Solicitations for November 2017 are here! From single issues, to trades and collectibles. The future of Doomsday Clock and Metal are hinted at heavily this month, which is very exciting. Of course, these solicitations may contain spoilers for these future issues so be wary as you go through them. Full details after the break...

DC Comics New Releases for August 23rd, 2017

This is this weeks new DC Comics releases for August 23rd, 2017. Let us know what your pull list is this week! Check out the list after the break.

Friday, August 18, 2017

Superman #28 Review (Spoilers)


“A Minute Longer”
Written by: Keith Champagne
Art by: Doug Mahnke, Jamie Mendoza, Scott Hanna, Rob Hunter and Rob Leigh

I have loved Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason’s run on Superman since the beginning but not all of their issues have been hits. When this is the case, for me personally, it’s fun to see another writer come on board and provide a cool story. This definitely isn’t the first time but it’s a nice departure. Let’s dive into Superman #28 and see how fun other writers can make this title...

Super Sons #8 Review


“Planet of the Capes Part 2”
Written by: Peter J Tomasi
Art by: Jorge Jimenez, Alejandro Sanchez and Rob Leigh


I have been really digging Super Sons and this arc is no exception. It’s so much fun and it’s one of my favorite books. When this book comes in, I know I’ll never be disappointed. Damian and Jon’s interactions are so hilarious and Jon working with the Teen Titans feels so natural. Let’s dive into “Planet of the Capes Part 2” and see if we can continue that team fun…

Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Batman #29 Review


“The War of Jokes and Riddles Part 4”
Written by: Tom King
Art by: Mikel Janin, Hugo Petrus, June Chung and Clayton Cowles


This so called “war” has been anything but, from what we’re seeing. We only get told that there’s a war of jokes and riddles but we never really see it. Last issue, we were told way more than what we were shown and I was fed up with that, especially in a visual medium like a comic book. Part 4 is actually much different, but in a very weird way. Let’s take a look at Batman #29 and I’ll tell you what I mean…

Dark Nights Metal #1 Review (Spoilers)


Written by: Scott Snyder
Art by: Greg Capullo and Jonathan Glapion

Scott Snyder. Greg Capullo. One of the biggest team of DC. Their Batman run during in the 52 was one of the biggest runs of that era and when Rebirth happened we all, of course, wanted the dream team to return. Now they’re back with one mission: to make a damn fun comic book. For what seems like a year now, Dark Nights Metal, Snyder and Capullo’s passion project, has finally come. Was it worth the wait and hype for such a huge summer event? Let's find out...

Monday, August 14, 2017

New DC Comics Releases for August 16th, 2017



This is this weeks new DC Comics releases for August 16th, 2017. Let us know what your pull list is this week! Check out the list after the break.

Thursday, August 10, 2017

The Flash #28 Review


“Negative Part One”
Written by: Joshua Williamson
Art by: Carmine Di Giandomenico, Hi-Fi, and Steve Wands

The “Running Scared” arc left us in a strange transitional period for Barry that I don’t think he was ready for: Eobard Thawne was killed by Iris, Barry asked Iris for space and now he has these negative speed force powers. In the last issue, I wondered to myself how he’d handle these new powers and how long they’ll last. Now, let’s jump into issue #28 and see how these powers are affecting him...

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Red Hood and the Outlaws #13 Review (Spoilers)



“The Life of Bizarro Part 2”
Written by: Scott Lobdell
Art by: Dexter Soy, Veronica Gandini, and Taylor Esposito


Red Hood and the Outlaws has been one of my favorite books in DC Rebirth, if not my absolute favorite. It’s emotional impact on me is the number one reason why I love this book so much. The relationship Jason, Artemis and Bizarro share is so deep. Last issue we left the team in a dramatic event of fearing that they’ll lose Bizarro. Let’s jump into issue #13 and find out what will happen to the team... (Spoiler filled review. Overall comments at the end is non-spoiler.)

Detective Comics #962 Review (Spoilers)


“Intelligence Finale: Judgement Day”
Written by: James Tynion IV
Art by: Alvaro Martinez, Raul Fernandez, Brad Anderson and Sal Cipriano


Detective Comics has been a solid run and the “Intelligence” arc is no exception. The story has been a great addition to this title’s catalogue. Now that the final chapter in the arc has come, let’s see if it can wrap it up satisfactory or end in a rushed mess… (Spoiler filled review. Overall comments at the end is non-spoiler.)

Mister Miracle #1 Review


Written by: Tom King

Art by: Mitch Gerads and Clayton Cowles

With Jack Kirby’s 100th birthday happening this month, DC has been releasing a bunch of specials in celebration of him. While those are one-shots, we get here a 12 issue comic -- Mister Miracle. With a highly talented creative team behind this title, let’s dive into Mister Miracle #1 and see how well they did to bring back this classic character...

Action Comics #985 Review


“Only Human Part 1”
Written by: Rob Williams
Art by: Guillem March, Hi-Fi and Rob Leigh

Coming off of the epic “Revenge” arc, we find Superman just going about his daily rounds of rescuing only to end up fighting another big threat, the Machinist. Someone is using stolen Lexcorp technology for the Machinist’s possessing microchips. Supes must now team up with Luthor to stop the Machinist and find out who stole his tech. Does the start of this arc continue to live up to this title's name? Let’s find out…

Justice League/Power Rangers #5 Review


Written by: Tom Taylor
Art by: Stephen Byrne

It only took us a few months but we’ve finally got it -- part 5 of the epic Justice League and Power Rangers crossover! With the Justice League now on the Rangers’ world, they must work together to stop the Brainiac and Lord Zedd team up from conquering the world. Let’s jump into part 5 of Justice League/Power Rangers #5 and see if these two teams got what it takes to save the world…

Monday, August 7, 2017

New DC Comics Releases for August 9th, 2017

This is this weeks new DC Comics releases for August 9th, 2017. Let us know what your pull list is this week! Check out the list after the break.

Friday, August 4, 2017

Superman #28 Review



Independence Day”
Written by: Peter J Tomasi and Patrick Gleason
Art by: Scott Godlewski, Gabe Eltaeb, and Rob Leigh

Superman #27, Declaration, wasn’t a bad issue. Sure it was a history lesson with information you can just get off of Wikipedia, but it was an enjoyable read. The Kents are on an American vacation giving Jon some really good lessons a 10 year old needs to hear. Superman #28 is here and it continues their all-American trip. Let’s take a look to see if it continues in monotony….