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.
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.
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.
Trinity of Sin #1 has arrived and DC Comics does not disappoint as it finally brings Pandora, The Phantom Stranger and The Question together.
P. J. Tomasi has officially done it! Check out his Twitter reveal on the return of fan favorite character Damian Wayne.
Hello all! It’s the start of a new week and you know what that means: Comic Reviews! Here we have Teen Titans #3 where Cassie’s mom comes to visit at the worst possible time, getting herself sucked in with the Wonder Girl gang and Justice League United #5 where Miiyahbin become the central focus of the issue. About time too if you ask me. Happy reading!
Summing up the week I bring you He-Man and the Masters of the Universe #17 and Inhuman #6. Both are fast paced issues that were more than expected.
Continuing from Monday, my final installment of Futures End. This review is centered on Superman: Futures End #1 where Shazam tells his side of the story as to why he’s Superman.
This weekend I am continuing some of the Futures End, but seeing as how I’m finally catching up on my reviews, well mostly caught up. Anyway, I hope that everyone is having a splendid Monday. In this review I am covering Booster Gold: Futures End #1 and The Flash: Futures End #1, both of which were incredibly well written and structured. Happy reading folks.