Happy Halloween avid readers! Here’s the conclusion to this weeks comic book reviews. First up is Green Lantern Corps #35 that continues the ‘Godhead’ story line followed by Justice League #35, the prelude to ‘The Amazo Virus’ story line. Lex has been a naughty boy.
Part 2 of this weeks reviews has arrived dear readers! Of course, if you’ve been following the news or my blog you already know that Damian Wayne will be returning, but we haven’t gotten to that part yet. However, in my review of Batman and Robin #35 we shall see the tale that leads up it.
Gail Simone has decided to branch out among the imprints of DC Comics and will be launching a new series via Vertigo.
Lore gives a deeper insight into Five, the betrayer, with this additionally novella in the Lost Files companion series. A captivating narrative that allows readers to sympathize with an otherwise unsympathetic character.
Hello all! Let’s start off this week with a bang, not a whimper. The two reviews I have for you today are within the realm of the DCU. First up is Green Lantern #35 which continues the Godhead story arc followed by Justice League Dark #35 that delves more into the hopes and dreams of Zatanna.
The Drop creates a presents viewers with a new level of appreciation for crime drama with a brilliant ensemble and a well written and delivered plot.
Hey there avid readers! Here’s this weeks final compilation of comic reviews. Here we have Worlds’ Finest #27 which shines some light on the past of Jor-El while rewriting more of the same with Thomas Wayne. Then you have New Gods: Godhead #1 which follows Highfather as he searches for the Life Equation.
‘Forever’ impresses again in this episode all about past psychopaths and present ones. Well, I found it impressive. Happy reading!
Season 2 of About a Boy is just as funny as the first and continues to have all the heart and humor. Of course, there are better ways to get a friend than this last episode shows. Hint: never let a kid post a want add for you, the Feds might get called.
Marry Me is a surprising new comedy on NBC and is a bunch of laughs, this episode especially when Jake moves and the characters incredibly different personalities clash.
The Flash versus The Mist, a classic DCU villain. Did you catch how well that went? If not read what I had to say on the matter.
Trinity of Sin #1 has arrived and DC Comics does not disappoint as it finally brings Pandora, The Phantom Stranger and The Question together.
Castle does it again! Combining excellent moments of humor and police drama, this show continues to be as entertaining as its first season.
Sleepy Hollow takes a hold of another tale to weave the war between darkness and light, and it’s impressive.
Gotham drops another bomb by introducing a dangerous street drug Viper and let me tell you, this show continues impress.
The mystery behind the returned continues to grow and Mrs. Langston plays a vital role in that. Check out what’s happening right here.