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.
A continued brief review of last weeks comics featuring a review of Marvel Comics Captain America: Living Legend #4, evaluation why the story arc worked.
An opinionated review on He-Man and the Masters of the Universe #11, what makes it so gripping and Marvel’s one-shot Captain America: Homecoming, that teams up Capt. with Black Widow as they go to Brooklyn, for more than just the milkshakes.
Is Deadpool too unique, too violent and too weird ever to make it to the movies dominated by more conventional superheroes?
By: Cynthia A. Nightwing #29 Safety Net That really was a touching issue as far as Nightwing as concerned. In this issue, Jen, a little girl that Dick and his friends have been watching, has lost her parents to a psychopath, one Mr. Zsasz, a man who cuts himself to mark each of his victims. And she knows who Nightwing is show she stole his stuff (except his costume) and went after him. But of course Nightwing saved her and took down […]
By: Cynthia A. Nightwing #28 Butterfly Effects So I just heard that DC Comics is cancelling this series! Anyway, in this issue, Nightwing is living his life in Chicago, working at the diner by day and fighting crime by night. But then a villain comes hunting down Nightwing because he’s dying and it is inadvertently Nightwing’s fault. This sends a torrent of thoughts through his mind, especially when he sees Sonia, Tony Zucco’s daughter. He sees the ramifications of his actions, and […]
By: Cynthia A. Star Wars Legacy II #11 Prisoner of the Floating World This series should have been a miniseries. I keep picking it up and I keep hoping that this series is going to get better, faster in some way, yet, it continues to disappointment me. The characterization, first, is lacking. Ania Solo is not that captivating of a character. While she is far better than she was in the beginning, she really doesn’t have a lot of charisma as a […]
By: Cynthia A. Star Wars: Dawn of the Jedi #1 Force War: Part 1 The Dawn of the Jedi story arc is by far, one of the best Star Wars comics out there right now. Since this series first began, the actions and character development has been non-stop. The frames move effortlessly from scene to scene as it progresses, and the story, the plot line is amazing constantly building on all fronts. Take the dynamic between the former Sith Hound Xesh and […]
By: Cynthia A. So there has been many rumors about the King of Atlantis getting his own movie, especially after the success of the Batman Trilogy and Man of Steel and Warner Bros and Disney planon milking the superhero franchise for all it’s worth as they continue to compete against Marvel Studios which is rocking the film franchise right now. But is a Aquaman movie really the way they should go? You’ll get no argument from me that Superman and Batman are […]
Star Wars #7 The Rebellion Era After saving Princess Leia who was near death, Luke and Leia are now on Tatooine and are paying respects to his aunt and uncle while they also formulate a plan of attack on the Empire. Espionage time! It was a slow issue that focused more on someone who Lord Vader has faith in. It’s difficult though to see who the traitor in the Rebellion is. But we know that the woman who Lord Vader has faith […]