The Flash

Week 1 2014 | Part 2 | Comic Review


By: Cynthia A. Injustice: Gods Among Us #12 World’s Finest No Longer Seriously?!  Who the hell thought it would be a good idea to have Superman copy one of the most iconic moments in DC history?  This is the worst series out there.  I am one of the hugest Batman fans, not only that, as a whole I love the Trinity because of the bond I have, even when they are fighting the writers have always found a way to make their []

Week 50 2013 | Part 1 | Comic Reviews


By: Cynthia A. Justice League 3000 #1 Yesterday Lives! All right folks, DC Comics has brought to us a new Justice League comic, this one set I the 31st century.  The story within this comic is that the greatest heroes that ever lived are back, and ready to do their jobs.  But these guys are not the same people from the past.  They are clones, created by Cadmus and a pair of twins who are often called “The Wonder Twins”.  See what []

Week 48 2013 | Part 2 | Comic Reviews


By: Cynthia A. Red Hood and the Outlaws #25 The Beckoning Dark That was great.  Awesome in fact.  This is an issue that I can read and re-read repeatedly.  In fact, I read it twice already.  It was just so powerful, especially after everything that happened in the Death of the Family story line (a story arc that will go down in history!)  But anyway, if you read the Batman story with the Red Hood Gang (which everyone should have) you see []

The New 52 Group Solicits, Part 1 (February 2014)


By: Alex Nagorski FOREVER EVIL #6 Written by GEOFF JOHNS Art by DAVID FINCH and RICHARD FRIEND Cover by DAVID FINCH On sale FEBRUARY 19 The final fate of Nightwing! The most unlikely of allies have set the Crime Syndicate in their sights — and they’re playing for keeps while the life of a hero hangs in the balance! Plus, the identity of the mysterious man in the hood is finally revealed! JUSTICE LEAGUE #28 Written by GEOFF JOHNS Art and cover []

Week 43 2013 | Part 2 | Comic Reviews


By: Cynthia A. The Flash #24 Reverse Conclusion Other than the writing, the best part of this comic is the artwork.  The angular finishes make it look so animated, so full of life, something we need in the comic book world.  Although it is only a comic book, the narrative and way the artwork flows from page to page make it seem as though I am watching a Saturday morning cartoon.  The dialogue is good, and the narrative, both bring to life []

Week 37 2013 | Part 4 | Comic Reviews


Justice League #23.2 – Lobo The Last Paycheck Two Lobo’s? Or rather one Lobo is a lie. Which one? Well the one on the cover, the one we all know and love. The man who can take on Superman. That was unexpected. This issue follows the character Lobo and he goes about his life. He’s searching for answers, information. What that information is isn’t revealed until the end, where it’s finally discovered that he is looking for the man using his name. []

Week 36 2013 | Part 1 | Comic Reviews


Batman/Superman #3 Split Screen Interesting issue. The continues the journey of Batman and Superman back into their earlier days, a time where they didn’t know each other, or trust each other. However, after their encounter with an entity of incredible power, the pair of them were thrown into a parallel world, that being Earth-2 where they met their much older parallel selves. That makes the issue a very fun read as their older counterparts acted better than their younger parts and their []

Week 32 2013 | Part 3 | Comic Reviews


Earth-2 #15 War Torn There seems to be something lacking in this series that was very prominent in this issue: humor. Given that the story takes place during a time after war, after a time of war where the world lost it’s three best heroes, Superman, Wonder Woman and Batman, it is understandable that the humor in this comic would be spread thin. However, there needs to be some semblance of humor or else it’s nothing but seriousness and there is enough []

Week 32 2013 | Part 2 | Comic Reviews


The Flash Annual #2 The Quick and the Green This issue takes the readers back a few years to introduce us to the first meeting between Green Lantern Hal Jordan and The Flash before bouncing back to the present to build on the trouble that Hal has gotten them into. Now as far as the comic went itself, it was a very good issue. The two met while investigating, individually, the recent kidnapping of children. Hal Jordan, being a space cop thinks []

Week 30 2013 | Part 1 | Comic Reviews


Batman/Superman #2 Doubletime This was certainly a very confusing issue. Here is Batman/Superman issue two, taking up where it left off, the two heroes find themselves thrown into realities that are not their own. Instead, each reality is set in an alternate future. The cause is an entity that not only has the ability to control (as it did with Catwoman in issue one) but also the ability to warp reality itself. In the reality revolving Batman, he is married to Catwoman []