Hey there avid readers! Here is this weeks conclusion of my weekly comic reviews. First up we have Justice League Dark Annual #2 followed by Justice League United Annual #1. Happy Friday!
Trinity of Sin #1 has arrived and DC Comics does not disappoint as it finally brings Pandora, The Phantom Stranger and The Question together.
It’s Futures End month, or at least it was and here I’ve got Batman: Futures End #1 where a very broken Bruce goes head to head with Lex and Justice League Dark: Futures End #1 where Zatanna rules over the JLD with an iron fist, making all the had decisions.
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!
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.
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!
Hello there avid readers! I hope everyone had a wonderful weekend. I’m launching off this weeks comic reviews with Justice League 3000 #8, a series that is incredibly comical as it reinvents the Justice League including one Flash who has already died twice and a teeny-tiny Hal Jordan who is only 6 inches tall and Earth 2 #25 that reveals the origins of Val-Zod and really pushes the envelope with Superman brutality.
Part two of this week’s comics reviews returns to DC Comics. First we’re covering Aquaman #32, where Mera takes center stage and shows off her amazing talents. Then we have Justice League Dark #32, where Asa, the Nightmare Nurse, has taken over Zatanna’s body and turned the tables on the Justice League Dark. And finally Supergirl #32, where Red Lantern Supergirl takes on another World Killer as she falls back to Earth that threatens to kill her.
Part one of this week’s upcoming reviews, covering Justice League United #2, highlight the very awesome Stargirl and Justice League Dark #32 where it’s Asa, the Nightmare Nurse, against Zatanna
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