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!
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
The final conclusion to this weeks comic reviews. This article features the first issue of the new series Justice League United #0, that brings in members from all over and introduces Miyahbin, a Native American, into the DC Universe and analyzes the aftershocks of the FOREVER EVIL: BLIGHT story arc in Justice League Dark #30.
A review on Justice League Dark #29, an issue that takes place during the Forever Evil event. The ramifications of evil & the cost of love for Constantine.
By: Cynthia A. Batman and Robin Annual #2 Batman and Robin: Week One I miss Damien! Sorry, I couldn’t help myself. But anyway, in this annual, it starts off with a beautiful flashback between Damien and Dick then swings to the present as Bruce is cleaning up and find a box that has a note and label (“The Robin Cave” – if you ask me “The Nest” sounds cooler), that causes Bruce to call Dick and ask what it’s all about. This […]
By: Cynthia A. Justice League Dark #26 Blight: The Haunted Sea That was…unexpected. But on the bright side, Deadman has returned to the team. Woohoo! Sorry folks, he’s just one of those one of a kind heroes that deserves respect. But anyway, this last issue continues the Forever Evil story line with John Constantine and his team of super-naturals trying to figure out a way to stop the entity they call the Blight. The being had taken hold of the boy Chris, […]
By: Cynthia A. Red Lanterns #25 Sphere of Influence This comic series needs to stay like this. It was good before, but now it has gotten even better. Guy Gardner is leading the Red Lanterns and Atrocitus and Dex-Starr are searching for a way to bring Atrocitus back to power. Dex-Starr is such a cute kitty! Nothing bad is allowed to happen to that cute little kit-cat. Now, what else made this issue amazing, was it follows the events of Lights Out […]
By: Cynthia A. Nightwing #25 One Dark City Night This Nightwing issues is a Zero Year tie-in and follows the star Dick Grayson as he discovers what a hero he is…once he pulls his head out of his arse that is. The story takes place right as Batman begins to make his presence known in Gotham when Nightwing still had parents and was the star of the Hayley Circus, letting everyone know it. So the point of this issue to show growth […]
By: Cynthia A. Aquaman #24 Death of a King: Chapter Six: Secret of the Seven Seas Well that was certainly intense. King Arthur has finally discovered the truth of his ancestry, the truth behind the fact that his ancestors were scared, frightened of the mixing of their blood with that of outsiders and thus killed the family King Atlan, the true king of Atlan who was a great man. It was a sad story that holds the lesson that monsters create monsters. […]