Bogged down with bad stories and a misleading title, there is not a lot of Poe in here either, other than to joke about his alcoholism, the anthology is beating a dead horse.
Happy Monday avid readers! I hope that everyone I having a wonderful day. Monday’s really are the worst aren’t they, but we must all endure mustn’t we. All we can do is make the best of it. Anyway here are today’s comic book reviews. First up is Batman #35 and you’ll never guess who’s back, followed by The Flash #35 where we have Flash versus Future Flash. Happy reading!
Happy Friday everyone! I hope that everyone is having a wonderful day and has wonderful plans for the weekend. Me, well, we’ll see. Anyway here are my comic reviews up for today. First up is He-Man and the Masters of the Universe #18 followed by Superman #35.
Trinity of Sin #1 has arrived and DC Comics does not disappoint as it finally brings Pandora, The Phantom Stranger and The Question together.
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.
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.
I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday weekend. I can’t believe it’s already Tuesday. But, I digress here is part one of this weeks comic book reviews. Up first is Supergirl #34 introducing a new love interest for the character, followed by Green Lantern: New Guardians #34 which has brought the latest story arc to a sad conclusion. And finally we have Justice League Dark #34 where Deadman’s true origins are finally revealed. Happy reading!
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.
Better late than never. Hey there avid readers! Happy Hump Day! Does that sound weird to anyone else or is just me? Well anyway, here’s part two of this weeks’ latest comic book reviews. First up is Batman and Robin #34, where Bruce finally embarks to Apokolips to save his son. Following that is Teen Titans (2014 – ) #2 where the humor continues and the team figures out where they are needed most. And finally we have Worlds’ Finest #26. Helena and Karen have finally made it back to Earth-2 and the world is less pleasant than they remember causing tension between the sister-like characters.
Happy Friday readers! I hope you all have had a very fun week and have plans for a very fun weekend. To conclude this week’s comic reviews I bring you Earth 2 #26 where Superman is finally revealed or what he is – a fraud – and Action Comics #34 where the Last Sun story arc ends and the battle between Brianiac and Superman begins again.