Null and Void and Ray Palmer (Justice League of America #16 Comic Review)

Justice League of America #16   Writer: Steve Orlando Pencils: Felipe Wantanabe Inks: Ruy Jose Colorist: Marcelo Maiolo Letterer: Clayton Cowles Cover: Andy Kubert and Brad Anderson Variant: Dave Wielgosz Editor: Brian Cunningham Last time: Ray Palmer was trapped in the Microverse, with a new 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 …

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 …

Doom, Courtesy of Ray Palmer (Justice League of America #14 Comic Review)

Justice League #14 Written By: Steve Orlando Pencilled By: Ivan Reis Inked By: Julio Ferreira and Ivan Reis Coloured By: Marcelo Maiolo   Previously on JLA. After adventures in the Microverse verging on multi-dimensional destruction and living planets taking their apparant revenge out on the 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 …

The Search for Ray (Justice League of America #13 Comic Review)

Justice League of America #13 Written by: Steve Orlando Art by: Ivan Reis Inks by: Ivan Reis and Julio Ferreira Colors by: Marcelo Maiolo Previously on JLA: Ryan Choi has continued the search for his mentor Ray Palmer, who’d left a series of increasingly worrying messages before his sudden 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 …

I Believe the Children are Our Future (Justice League #26 Comic Review)

Justice League #26 Author:  Bryan Hitch Penciler:  Fernando Pasarin Inker:  Oclair Albert Colorist:  Brad Anderson Previously:  Do you know who the Justice League are?  Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, Cyborg, Aquaman, and Green Lantern? (but not Hal Jordan…it’s the new guy…Simon Baz)  Then that’s Read More …

JUSTICE LEAGUE: Seven of Our Favorite Moments from the SDCC Trailer

DC Comics and Warner Brothers released their new 4 minute trailer for Justice League at San Diego Comic Con this weekend and it sure got the hype machines buzzing! From Motherboxes to New Gods to Aquaman riding on a Parademon, the trailer was full of Read More …