The Ravagers #6
Yeah, I am quickly losing interest in this comic very quickly. Caitlin has such a righteous attitude, which really pisses me off. I do not like her at all and honestly, if she were not in this comic, maybe I would be able to tolerate this comic, but sadly, that is not the case. I cannot stand it anymore. They are trying to be another Teen Titans and it is failing. The writing it dull in comparison to the other one and even bringing in Superboy, Ravager and Red Robin, all three characters that I love, is unable to save it. Interesting characters, but story and plot are lacking. I do not know what else to tell you.
WRITER: H. MACKIE
ARTISTS: I. CHURCHILL & N. RAPMUND
Can I marry Tomasi? Seriously, can I because he is such a great writer, I mean amazing. I love the dynamic that he has created between Bruce and Damien, between Robin and Batman. Those interactions are different and distinguish both of their relations as a team and as a father and son. In addition, the ending, oh my god, that broke my heart, it was such a tender moment and I loved it. What Tomasi does here is create the perfect dynamic here. Everything here is awesome, READ THIS COMIC!
WRITER: P. J. TOMASI
ARTISTS: P. GLEASON & M. GRAY
Batman: Arkham City — End Game #1
….writer killed the Joker…..HE KILLED THE JOKER! I am not even going to bother with the next issues, and would you like why? Because you do not, I repeat, DO NOT, kill you joker, you make him AWOL for a while but under no circumstances do you kill the Joker. Harley Quinn, you had better get your revenge. The whole Joker thing aside, it was till bad.. The writing was unfocused; continuity was erratic and did not flow. Fridolfs is one of those writers I’ve noticed whose stories are very good or very bad. The writing, the characterization and the movement quite simply sucked. In addition, the artwork simply did not help either. It wasn’t fluid nor was it smooth, it was scratching and not pleasing in any way.
WRITER: D. FRIDOLFS
ARTIST: J. S. ALEXANDER
Here you have a decent and well-structured issue. The back-story given to Killer Croc was very good. It inspired a lot of sympathy for this character, which typically has always been devoid of characterization; he has always been a monster, nothing more and nothing less. See this is what I mean by Fridolfs. The structure of the plot moved effortlessly from the past to the present to weave out the design, his intent for the character. I mean, that is what is good about this story, the writing is fluid, not scattered, and details the essentials to the plot perfectly. He can be very good or very bad.
WRITER: D. FRIDOLFS
ARTISTS: D. ROBERTSON & R. CLARK
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