Hey there avid readers! Here is this weeks conclusion of my weekly comic reviews. First up we have Justice League Dark Annual #2 followed by Justice League United Annual #1. Happy Friday!
Hello all! Continuing from Monday we have a review of Red Lanterns #35 and I just have to ask: I’m not the only one who misses Dex-Starr right? And Atrocitus? Come on, where are those guys! Especially that little kitty, he was a cute kitty.
Happy Halloween avid readers! Here’s the conclusion to this weeks comic book reviews. First up is Green Lantern Corps #35 that continues the ‘Godhead’ story line followed by Justice League #35, the prelude to ‘The Amazo Virus’ story line. Lex has been a naughty boy.
Part 2 of this weeks reviews has arrived dear readers! Of course, if you’ve been following the news or my blog you already know that Damian Wayne will be returning, but we haven’t gotten to that part yet. However, in my review of Batman and Robin #35 we shall see the tale that leads up it.
Hello all! Let’s start off this week with a bang, not a whimper. The two reviews I have for you today are within the realm of the DCU. First up is Green Lantern #35 which continues the Godhead story arc followed by Justice League Dark #35 that delves more into the hopes and dreams of Zatanna.
Hey there avid readers! Here’s this weeks final compilation of comic reviews. Here we have Worlds’ Finest #27 which shines some light on the past of Jor-El while rewriting more of the same with Thomas Wayne. Then you have New Gods: Godhead #1 which follows Highfather as he searches for the Life Equation.
Hello all! It’s the start of a new week and you know what that means: Comic Reviews! Here we have Teen Titans #3 where Cassie’s mom comes to visit at the worst possible time, getting herself sucked in with the Wonder Girl gang and Justice League United #5 where Miiyahbin become the central focus of the issue. About time too if you ask me. Happy reading!
Summing up the week I bring you He-Man and the Masters of the Universe #17 and Inhuman #6. Both are fast paced issues that were more than expected.
This weekend I am continuing some of the Futures End, but seeing as how I’m finally catching up on my reviews, well mostly caught up. Anyway, I hope that everyone is having a splendid Monday. In this review I am covering Booster Gold: Futures End #1 and The Flash: Futures End #1, both of which were incredibly well written and structured. Happy reading folks.
I’m getting there! Catching up on my reviews isn’t as stressful as I thought it would be. I enjoyed my little break but I’m back. Todays reviews focus on Superman/Wonder Woman: Futures End #1 where Soule introduced Wonder Woman’s future role against the Goddess Nemesis and Red Lanterns: Futures End #1 where Guy Gardner, now a Blue Lantern, has teamed with Bleeze to rid the universe of the Red Lanterns before they go up against their strongest foe and former ally.
Hello there avid readers. Admittedly, these are not the best reviews I have ever written but what are usually my late night to type have taken a turn to replay Final Fantasy X-2. I’m a sucker for that game and I really want that 100%. I’m at 97% right now so lets hope that I achieve that perfect ending. But you’re not here for that. You’re here to see what I have covered. First up is Justice League United #4, followed by Aquaman #34 and then Star Wars: Darth Maul – Son of Dathomir #4. Happy reading!
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!
Last piece of the week. I hope everyone has plans for a wonderful weekend. Side note, this weekend is my birthday. I am turning 23 this weekend. I had plans but I just got my job back – was suspended due to a disagreeable secret shopper – but now that’s done and I can only bounce back from it. And I am. I’m happy and energetic, a little hungry, but overall, I’m a happy panda and I still get my Saturday off even know my birthday is on Sunday. I’ll take it. Anyway, to conclude this week’s comic books reviews I have Marvels Inhuman #3 where Queen Medusa takes charge and the final Star Wars issue by Dark Horse Star Wars #20.
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.
Happy Wednesday! I only have one review for you today because my file this weekend at the comic shop was very small. So here we have The Flash #33 where Iris starts to take advantage of her friendship with Barry while he deals with a mass murderer lying in the police precinct.
Hey there readers! I saw Guardians of the Galaxy and let me just say that it was awesome! But I digress, SuperCritic (still working on a code name) is here to bring you some reviews! It’s going to be a very small weak because I had four comics in my file. First up will be He-Man and the Masters of the Universe #13 where She-Ra, I mean Adora, takes on Hordak with her brother and makes a new friend named Swiftwind! Followed by Red Lanterns #33 where Guy meets up with a new friend and his faction must deal with a traitor in their midst.