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!
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!
Hello there avid readers. Admittedly, these are not the best reviews I have ever written but what are usually my late night to type have taken a turn to replay Final Fantasy X-2. I’m a sucker for that game and I really want that 100%. I’m at 97% right now so lets hope that I achieve that perfect ending. But you’re not here for that. You’re here to see what I have covered. First up is Justice League United #4, followed by Aquaman #34 and then Star Wars: Darth Maul – Son of Dathomir #4. Happy reading!
Picking up where Monday left off, today I am keeping this review in the realm of the DC Universe. First up is Worlds’ Finest #25 where I analyze the strong and wonderful characterization of Huntress and Power Girl. Next up on the list would be Action Comics #33 where Superman enters his third stage of his infection with the “Doomsday Virus” and how that gives a deeper insight to the control Superman usually has. Then finally we have Justice League United #3 that continues to be fast paced, action and packed and hilarious.
Arrow writers, Andrew Kreisberg and Ben Sokolowski, will be taking on the Green Arrow comic series. Find out here what to expect from them and the series.
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
A continuation of the latest in comic book reviews. Here is the final issue of the Teen Titans in Teen Titans Annual #3 that brings back not one, but two lost characters and ties up some, if not all, loose ends, Earth 2 #23 that pits Superman against Lois Lane, also known as Red Tornado and evaluated Tom Taylor’s writing in as he continues this dark story and finally a review of The New 52: Future’s End #1, one of DC’s new weekly series that comes off as incredibly off putting and an nonviable disappointment worth no money.