Continuing from the pages – I mean post – from Monday I continue to seek the justice in character and plot development! Just call me Super…okay, I haven’t come up with a cool name yet, but I’m working on it. First up is Batman and Robin #33 that leaps off the pages as it continues the epic story line that is ROBIN RISES. Followed by Aquaman #33 that has the neat ball of intrigue and mystery to tie together the two distinct plot lines. And last up is Justice League Dark #33, where Deadman takes center stage and amazes fans everywhere. Happy Wednesday all!
art two of this week’s comic book review. In this issue we are covering the less than thrilling Worlds’ Finest #24, that follows the girls into two different story arcs Red Hood and the Outlaws #32 that gives some charm to the usually stoic Starfire and Batman and Ra’s Al Ghul #32 that brings a close to the Hunt for Robin story arc and delivers a brilliant fight scene.
Fans of Batman and Red Hood look here! Check out the latest reviews on Batman and Frankenstein #31, where they team up as they search for the stolen body of Damian Wayne and Red Hood & the Outlaws #31, where Roy once again get’s to show his skills as he takes on Lobo.
he final part of this weeks reviews following Batman as he embarks for the search for his son’s stolen body in Batman and Wonder Woman #30 and a look at the fallout of the Infinity Series in Inhuman #1 presented by Marvel Comics.
By: Cynthia A. Batman and Two-Face #28 The Big Burn: Inferno Two-Face knows that Bruce is Batman! When the heck … Continue Reading Week 9 2014 | Part 2 | Comic Reviews