Child of Hercules and Other Godly Feats (Wonder Woman #32 Comic Review)

Wonder Woman #32   Writer: James Robinson Pencils: Sergio Davila Cover art: Bryan Hitch and Alex Sinclair (Variant cover: Jenny Frison) Story so far: With the wool firmly lifted from Diana’s eyes, she goes in search of answers. The estate she has mysteriously inherited won’t Read More …

Superman with a plan, and a bar scene? (Dark Nights Metal #3 Comic Review)

Dark Nights: Metal #3   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 …

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 …

Red God, Blue God, Old God, New God…(Wonder Woman #31 Comic Review)

Wonder Woman #31     Writer: James Robinson Pencils: Carlo Pagulayan Cover Art: Bryan Hitch & Alan Sinclair (variant by Jenny Frison) Summary: After finishing with the Heart of the Amazon, we’re on to a new arc. This one’s going to get personal, bringing in Read More …

A Tale of HIGH Adventure! (Wonder Woman Conan #1 Comic Review)

Wonder Woman Conan #1   Writer: Gail Simone Art: Aaron Lopresti/Matt Ryan Cover Art: Darick Robertson/Tony Aviña (Variant by Liam Sharp/Laura Martin) Summary: The reader is treated to an ancient tale of a barbarian and an amazon. The times are brutal, the people are harsh, 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 …

Well…That Happened…(Wonder Woman #30 Comic Review)

Wonder Woman #30   Writer: Shea Fontana Art: David Messina Cover Art: Jesús Merino & Alex Sinclair (variant by Jenny Frison) Summary: Heart of the Amazon continues with its fifth and final installment. Wonder Woman has learned that her genes contain the source of much Read More …

The Batmanhunt is on [Spoilers] (Dark Nights Metal #2 Comic Review)

Dark Nights: Metal #2 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. 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 …