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 …

Heart is an Awesome Superpower! (Green Lanterns #31 Comic Review)

Green Lanterns #31   Written by Sam Humphries Art by Matt Santorelli, Carlo Barberi Cover by Andrew Hennessy, Bradley Walker Published by DC Comics What You Need to Know Green Lanterns of Earth, Simon Baz, and Jessica Cruz have been thrown through time, ten billion 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 …

Jessica needs Green Lanterns. Not Red Shirts! (Green Lanterns #30 Comic Review)

Green Lanterns #30 Writer: Sam Humphries Art by: Matt Santorelli, Carlo Barberi Covers: Andrew Hennessy, Bradley Walker Publisher: DC Comics What You Need to Know Green Lanterns, Simon Baz and Jessica Cruz, are trapped in the past. The First Lantern, named Volthoom, threatens the Guardians 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 …

We have to kill you to save you. It’s the perfect plan! (Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #27 Comic Review)

Hal Jordan and the Green Lantern Corps #27 Wrtier: Robert Venditti Peniciller: Rafa Sandoval Inker: Jordi Tarragona Colorist: Tomeu Morey Editor: Mike Cotton What You Need to Know: A Metal Golem chased Orion through space, even destroying an entire planet in his path, while the Read More …

Reader of Earth, You Have the Ability to Read a Great Issue (Green Lanterns 29 Comic Review)

Green Lanterns #29   Written by: Sam Humphries Art By: Julio Ferreira, Eduardo Pansica Cover by: Andrew Hennessy, Bradley Walker Publisher: DC Comics   What You Need to Know Green Lanterns, Simon and Jessica, are trapped in the past. In a time when the First Read More …

You should probably respect the girl who just made a glowing green axe out of thin air. (Green Lanterns #28 Comic Review)

Green Lanterns #28 Written by Sam Humphries Art by Julio Ferreira, Eduardo Pansica Cover by Andrew Hennessy, Bradley Walker Variant cover by Brandon Peterson Trapped billions of years in the past, with her unarmed partner, Jessica goes from the least experienced Green Lantern on earth Read More …

Anime Axe! (Green Lanterns #27 Comic Review)

Green Lanterns #27 Written by Sam Humphries Art by Ronan Cliquet Cover by Brad Walker, Andrew Hennessy What You Need to Know: Volthoom, the First Lantern, threw two of Earth’s Green Lanterns across time to an earth full of dangerous unknown creatures, almost all of Read More …