Hello all! Continuing from Monday we have a review of Red Lanterns #35 and I just have to ask: I’m not the only one who misses Dex-Starr right? And Atrocitus? Come on, where are those guys! Especially that little kitty, he was a cute kitty.
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.
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.
I’m getting there! Catching up on my reviews isn’t as stressful as I thought it would be. I enjoyed my little break but I’m back. Todays reviews focus on Superman/Wonder Woman: Futures End #1 where Soule introduced Wonder Woman’s future role against the Goddess Nemesis and Red Lanterns: Futures End #1 where Guy Gardner, now a Blue Lantern, has teamed with Bleeze to rid the universe of the Red Lanterns before they go up against their strongest foe and former ally.
Hey everyone! I know, I’m late on the futures end story lines but hey, better late than never right? I present to you Wonder Woman: Futures End #1 where Wonder Woman has finally embraced her role as the Goddess of War.
Donna Troy may or may not have just made her reappearance in the New 52. Is DC just teasing us or was it really her? Lets see what DC is doing here.
Last piece of the week. I hope everyone has plans for a wonderful weekend. Side note, this weekend is my birthday. I am turning 23 this weekend. I had plans but I just got my job back – was suspended due to a disagreeable secret shopper – but now that’s done and I can only bounce back from it. And I am. I’m happy and energetic, a little hungry, but overall, I’m a happy panda and I still get my Saturday off even know my birthday is on Sunday. I’ll take it. Anyway, to conclude this week’s comic books reviews I have Marvels Inhuman #3 where Queen Medusa takes charge and the final Star Wars issue by Dark Horse Star Wars #20.
Happy Monday readers! Best way to start a week is to have a smile on your face. I’m aware at how cheesy that is by my life has gotten quite complicated so I’m just trying to keep up my sunny disposition. But you’re not here to read about that. No, you are here to read some comic reviews! First up is the final Superboy issue, Superboy #34 followed by Superman/Wonder Woman #11, the second chapter in the final Superman Doomed story arc featuring the Deathstar.
Hey! I know, my reviews were A.W.O.L. last week. I was going through some stuff and wasn’t feeling up to writing. But I am back in the saddle…mostly. So this week I am opening up with Justice League 3000 #9, where the humor keeps on coming and the wonder twins go up against one another followed by Superman/Wonder Woman Annual #1 where it’s Clark versus Doomsday as the internal struggle rages on.
Hey there readers! I saw Guardians of the Galaxy and let me just say that it was awesome! But I digress, SuperCritic (still working on a code name) is here to bring you some reviews! It’s going to be a very small weak because I had four comics in my file. First up will be He-Man and the Masters of the Universe #13 where She-Ra, I mean Adora, takes on Hordak with her brother and makes a new friend named Swiftwind! Followed by Red Lanterns #33 where Guy meets up with a new friend and his faction must deal with a traitor in their midst.
Hey there avid readers! I hope everyone has a wonderful weekend. I’m opening up this week much like most of my weeks in the DCU. First up is Superman/Wonder Woman #10, where Lois has finally revealed herself as the villain and it’s Lois versus Wonder Woman in the battle for Metropolis, followed by Superboy #33 that pulls off a convoluted mess by balancing on it’s amazing characterization. Happy Monday!
Pulling these reviews to a close I am ending the week with a review of Red Lanterns #32, where Atrocitus has declared war on the Red Lantern faction led by Guy Gardner and Star Wars: Rebel Heist #3 in which Chewbacca takes center stage and proves he doesn’t need Han Solo to stand out.
Branching away from DC Comics for just a moment, this segment will take a look at The Star Wars #8, the final issue in the adaptation of George Lucas’s rough draft script for Star Wars. Next, we have a review of Inhuman #2, a piece that is filled with amazing artwork as well as a look at The Winter Soilder: The Bitter March #4 that delves into the psyche with this 60’s spy thriller, pushing the characters to the edge.
Charles Soule, current writer of the Red Lanterns, explains why he split the lanterns and the direction his Future’s End tie-in is going to take.