With Supergirl comes this incredible opportunity to bring the queen of female empowerment onto the small screen once again: Wonder Woman, and the perfect person for that role? Gina Carano.
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!
Continuation of the latest comic book reviews. This piece features reviews on Red Lanterns #30 bringing Atrocitus and Guy in the same vicinity; The Flash #30 where the story splits into 2 with the Future Flash determined to kill himself in the past and He-Man and the Masters of the Universe #12 that introduces a new Sorceress: Teela!
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?
Latest comic book reviews on Red Lanterns #29 and DC Universe vs. Masters of the Universe #6 exploring the story, what works and what doesn’t.
By: Cynthia A. Trinity of Sin: The Phantom Stranger #17 The Gamble The Phantom Stranger, Pandora and one Cassandra Craft, have rallied together in order to save the all the magical users from being used as magi cal batteries in Nanda Parbat by Felix Faust and Nick Necro, Zatanna super bad ex and Constantine’s ex best friend. So these 3 magical beings are seeking help, first from Heaven, being stopped by the Spectre, then by Hell, finally gaining help from the sons […]
By: Cynthia A. Green Lantern #28 Red Alert Part 1 (of 2) I momentarily forgot while reading this issue that not everyone knows that Kara exists and that she is also a survivor from Krypton. Oh the struggles of being a long time DC Comic fan. But anyway, Kara comes out of nowhere with her mind all a jumble due to that red ring that has found it’s way to her. She has become the red daughter of krypton, a red lantern. […]
By: Cynthia A. Justice League #27 Forever Doomed Cyborg got one heck of an upgrade! But let’s rewind for a second. DC Comics has never really shied away from the horrors that villains commit. Some have been rapist raping the very heroes we love heroes while others murder children. Those horrors exist out there. However, the Crime Syndicate has never been as ruthless as they are here, and that is a brilliant way for these writers to go. The main crime syndicate […]
By: Cynthia A. Superboy #26 To Hell and Back Yeah, I’m convinced. Jon is Superboy Prime, or at least, the new version of him in the new 52. Anyway, in this issue, if you remember from the last issue, Superboy, the original, aka Jon Kent the son of Superman and Lois and monster in the future, has awoken in a different time line with the Teen Titans, more specifically with Cassie standing over him worried sick over her new boyfriend. So Jon […]