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!
Welcome back for another weekly installment of my comic book reviews! I hope everyone is having a wonderful day so far. Happy Monday! Anyway, I’m launching this week off not just in the DC realm, but also in the realm of the power rings. First up is Supergirl #33, the Red Lantern has returned to Earth with one final showdown with Worldkiller-1, and let me just say, writer Tony Bedard is amazing. Next up is Green Lantern: New Guardians #33 which continues to astound and captivate, even if the speed is starting to slow, that gritty ending and the building tension is done incredibly well. Enjoy!
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.
Review on the latest comics continued from Monday. This article features reviews on Green Lantern: New Guardians #30, a series where the righting is beginning to falter, Supergirl #30 that continues to explore the rage inside her as she continues her way as a Red Lantern and finally Batman/Superman #9, the missing part in the First Contact story arc that has already been concluded.
An opinion piece exploring the decision DC Comics made to turn Supergirl into a Red Lantern. Will it help her character grow or flounder further?