It’s all in the mind (Hal Jordan and The Green Lantern Corps #30 Comic Review)

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #30   Written by Robert Venditti Art by Patrick Coloured by Jason Wright Lettered by Dave Sharpe What you need to know: The Green Lantern corps is an intergalactic force in the universe out to protect the universe Read More …

“Dr. Bedlam and the Paranoid Pill.” (Mister Miracle #3 Comic Review)

Mister Miracle #3   Writer: Tom King Pencils/Inks/Colors/Variant Cover: Mitch Gerads Cover: Nick Derington War continues to rage across New Genesis; Scott and Barda take a little break from chaos. As secrets begin to unfold, Scott Free questions his sanity and Orion as Highfather. What Read More …

The latest installment of the Mr. Oz Monologues (Action Comics #989 Comic Review)

Story and Breakdown Art by Dan Jurgens Pencils by Viktor Bogdanovic Inks by Bogdanovic and Trevor Scott Colors by Mike Spider Cover by Nick Bradshaw and Brad Anderson Previously: After watching Superman for years, the mysterious Mr. Oz finally revealed himself as Jor El, Superman’s Read More …

“You’re a monster.” (Detective comics #966 Comic Review)

Detective Comics #966: “A Lonely Place of Living” Part Two! Writer: James Tynion IV Pencils: Eddy Barrows Inks: Eber Ferreira Colors: Adriano Lucas Cover: Barrows, Ferreira, Lucas   Tim Drake roams the Mr. Oz prison with some help from a person dressed up as Batman; Read More …

With a Name Like Sovereign… (Justice League #30 Comic Review)

Justice League #30   Author:  Bryan Hitch Penciler:  Fernando Pasarin Inker:  Andy Owens, Mick Gray, Batt, Scott Hanna Colorist:  Brad Anderson   Previously:  The kids of the Justice League are here from the future.  Aquaborg (a Aquaman/Cyborg amalgam) has followed them.  Aquaborg took out the Read More …

Pancakes and Plot Points (Green Lanterns #32 Comic Review)

Review Green Lanterns #32 Written by: San Humphries Artist: Scott Godlewski Colors by: Hi Fi Cover by Tomey Morey What you need to know: Green Lanterns Stars the two newest kids in the Corps Jessica Cruz and Simon Baz. Jessica is recognizable by the green symbol Read More …

“Dear Diary: It’s me, Kid Flash, and I work with a killer these days” (Deathstroke #24 Comic Review)

Deathstroke #24 Review   Written by Christopher Priest Pencils by Diogenes Neves Inks by Jason Paz and Trevor Scott Colors by Jeromy Cox Cover by Ryan Sook Previously: Deathstroke has turned a new leaf and, with the held of his ex-wife Adeline and his old Read More …

Da Campaign Trail! (Harley Quinn #29 Comic Review)

Harley Quinn #29-Vote Harley Part 2   Written By: Amanda Conner and Jim Palmiotti Art: Mirka Andolfo, Michael Kaluta, and Tom Derenick Colorist: Alex Sinclair Letters: Dave Sharpe Cover: Amanda Conner and Alex Sinclair Variant: Frank Cho and Sabine Rich Editors: Chris Conroy and Andrew Read More …

Shine on, you crazy Bat (Batman: The Dawnbreaker #1 Comic Review)

Batman: The Dawnbreaker #1   Writer: Sam Humpries Artist: Ethan Van Sciver Colors: Jason Wright Letters: Tom Napolitano Cover: Jason Fabok and Brad Enderson Assistant Editor: Andrew Marino Editor: Mike Cotton Group Editor: Eddie Berganza Last time: The Dark Knights have arrived, a team of Read More …

“Superman vs Deathstroke: As boring as it sounds” (Superman #32 Comic Review)

Superman #32 Review   Written by James Bonny Art by Tyler Kirkham Colors by Arif Prianto Cover by Kirkham and Prianto Previously: Lois Lane tracked down Deathstroke for an exclusive interview. Deathstroke then arrived in Metropolis with a new target, Lois Lane, and he takes Read More …