Legacy Endings (Justice League #31 Comic Review)

Justice League #31   Author: Bryan Hitch Penciled: Fernando Pasarin Cover: Bryan Hitch and Alex Sinclair What You Need to Know: The future children of the Justice League just can’t catch a break! The identity of Sovereign has been revealed and Wonder Woman is none 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 …

A Traitor Among Us (Titans #15 Comic Review)

Titans #15 Writer: Dan Abnett Art Brett Booth Colorist Norm Rapmund What we know so far: The Titans suspect a traitor for H.I.V.E. in their ranks and no one is really ruled out, however some on the roster are more likely than others.  This book Read More …

Where Does He Get Those Wonderful Toys? (Justice League #29 Comic Review)

Justice League #29 Author:  Bryan Hitch Penciler:  Fernando Pasarin Inker:  Oclair Albert & Andy Owens Colorist:  Brad Anderson Previously:  The Justice League has found out that most of them have kids in the future.  And those kids grow up to be young adults in a Read More …

Run, Batman. Run (Batman: The Red Death #1 Comic Review)

Batman: The Read Death #1   Writer: Joshua Williamson Art: Carmine Di Giandomenico Cover: Jason Fabok and Dean White Variant: Riccardo Federici Assistant Editor: Andrew Marino Editor: Eddie Berganza Special Thanks to Scott Snyder and James Tynion IV Previously on Metal: The Dark Knights have Read More …

Friends? (The Flash #27 Comic Review)

The Flash #27 Written By: Josh Williamson Pencils By: Carmine Di Giandomenico Colors By: Karl Kerschl What You Need to Know: This issue similar to issue 24 coming of 23 picks up immediately after issue 26. What you need to know right out the gate Read More …

Don’t Judge a Book by Its Cover (Justice League #28 Comic Review)

Justice League #28 Author:  Bryan Hitch Penciler:  Fernando Pasarin Inker:  Batt Colorist:  Brad Anderson Oh?  Judging by the cover, you expected to see cyborg Aquaman take on the League?  Sorry, folks.  Move along.  Nothing to see here. Previously: The Justice League’s kids are here from Read More …

Super Seven: the Origin! (Justice League New-52 vol. 1, Trade Paperback Review)

Justice League Vol. 1 Author:  Geoff Johns Penciler:  Jim Lee Inkers:  Scott Williams (with Sandra Hope, Batt, and Mark Irwin) Colorist:  Alex Sinclair (with Gabe Eltaeb and Tony Avina) After Flashpoint, everything is reset.  Geoff Johns and Jim Lee show us how this new Justice Read More …

Meet the Junior League! And When Can We Send Them Back? (Justice League #27 Comic Review)

Justice League #27 Author:  Bryan Hitch Penciler:  Fernando Pasarin Inker:  Oclair Albert Colorist:  Brad Anderson My initial read-through of this issue left me fairly unimpressed.  Reading back through, looking for details, didn’t help things. Previously:  So, the Justice League have kids years from now:  Hunter Read More …

Kicking off with a mind-blowing cliffhanger! (Dark Nights: Metal #1 Comic Review)

Dark Nights: Metal #1 Review Written by: Scott Snyder Pencils by: Greg Capullo Inks by: Jonathan Glapion Colors by: FCO Plascencia Cover by: Capullo, Glapion and Plascencia SPOILER WARNING: Usually our reviews are relatively spoiler free, allowing you to read and enjoy the issue. While Read More …