Tanya Spears, the new Power Girl, is joining the Teen Titans comics and here’s what Will Pfeifer had to say about bringing her into the Teen Titans comics.
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.
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.
art two of this week’s comic book review. In this issue we are covering the less than thrilling Worlds’ Finest #24, that follows the girls into two different story arcs Red Hood and the Outlaws #32 that gives some charm to the usually stoic Starfire and Batman and Ra’s Al Ghul #32 that brings a close to the Hunt for Robin story arc and delivers a brilliant fight scene.
Continued from Wednesday, these piece reviews three comics: Worlds’ Finest #23, Justice League United #1 & Dark Horse Comics’ Star Wars #17. Focusing on the characterization and the dynamic between the characters, these three issues offer a lot to the readers by way of their strong and charismatic characters. Read on to know what works for each issue and why they are so appealing.
A short article evaluating DC’s decision to create Earth 2: World’s End, a new weekly series with an extensive creative team that ties into Future’s End.
Continued from Monday, the latest in comic book reviews. This article features review on Dark Horse Comics Star Wars #16, that shows the sibling connected of Leia and Luke, unknown to them, Worlds’ Finest #22 that brings the “First Contact” story line to a full close while introducing a new story arc, and Red Hood and the Outlaws #30 that brings in some fun action sequences but sacrifices character development.
By: Cynthia A. Batman/Superman #8 First Contact: Part 1 One word: awesome! Helena broke into th e batcave and has met her fathers’ doppelganger and she has told him everything! Talk about a shocker, to find out that there is someone who is someone who both is and isn’t his daughter. Superman really is the quintessential optimist while Batman is the quintessential pessimist, they really are the darkness and light of the DC Universe and really do have a lot of chemistry […]
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. Worlds’ Finest #18 Control Issues Power Girl is fun. Her powers are out of control ever since her encounter with Desaad her powers have been crazy going on and off. So in the last issue, she decides that a sun bath in space should work better for her. Even that gets out of hand as she can’t even her intake, falling down to Earth crashing near Helena and causing disaster to reign. So Helena needs to hold her under […]