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Wonder Woman #26 – Heart of the Amazon: Part One

As a huge fan of Wonder Woman in general, I am extremely excited to get my hands on the DC Universe Rebirth: Wonder Woman #26 Heart of the Amazon: Part One. I was hoping to see Wonder Woman do what she does best. Deliver justice and freedom to the masses with excitement, all while showing a little bit of her …

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COMIC REVIEW: Bane: Conquest #1

Out today is the first installment of Bane: Conquest, issue one in a twelve part series, written by Chuck Dixon (Robin, Detective Comics) with art by Graham Nolan (Hawkworld, Power of the Atom). The legendary team that have worked together to release dozens of hit titles across the comic world, come back to write another chapter of one of their greatest …

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Comic Book Review: Suicide Squad/The Banana Splits Annual #1

WHY!? Our story begins with our ragtag band of bubble gum pop musicians getting pulled over by cops for speeding in a military grade jeep, and if you learned anything from the title then sure enough your worst nightmares appear as the Banana Splits pop out of their vehicle and decide to get themselves arrested for some reason, meanwhile we …

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COMIC REVIEW: Savage Things #1

Out today from Vertigo and DC Comics is Savage Things #1. Writer Justin Jordan (The Legacy of Luther Strode) tells the brutal tale. While artist Ibrahim Moustafa (High Crimes) illustrates the new eight-issue miniseries. Colored by Jordan Boyd (Deadly Class) and lettered by Josh Reed. This is both gruesome and intriguing with twist and turns that will hook you into wanting …

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COMIC REVIEW: Super Sons #1

Out today from DC is Super Sons #1, featuring everyone’s favorite Justice League Junior’s, Damian Wayne and Jonathon Kent. Story and words by Peter J. Tomasi (Superman), illustrated by Jorge Jimenez (Earth 2: Society). With colors done by Alejandro Sanchez (Injustice: Gods Among Us) and letters by Rob Leigh (Jonah Hex). [SPOILERS AHEAD] This issue begins with a prologue where …

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COMIC REVIEW: The Flintstones #8

Out this week is another rock solid Issue of DC’s The Flintstones. The eighth issue of Mark Russell (Prez) and Steve Pugh’s (Animal Man) amazing homage to the classic animated family we all love. The Flintstones is only one of DC’s amazing new comic series based on classic Hanna Barbera cartoons. Others include a post-apocalyptic Wacky Raceland (Wacky Races), the Resident …

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COMIC REVIEW: Planet of the Apes/Green Lantern #1

Out today, on February 1st, comes a legendary team-up from Boom! Studios and DC Comics. It’s Planet of the Apes/Green Lantern #1, the first of six in total, written by Justin Jordan (Spread, Green Lantern:New Guardians). Story by Robbie Thompson (Silk, Venom:Space Knight) with art by Barnaby Bagenda (The Omega Men) and Alex Guimarães (Lord of the Jungle). These two …

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Comic Book Review: Justice League/Power Rangers #1

I am back and I promise to be on time as my school schedule is freeing up! So, let us dive into a book that I thought was already out, but turns out it came out this week! Justice League/Power Rangers. First things first, the story starts off with Zack who has destroyed Angel Grove and is reaching out for …

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Comic Review: Vigilante: Southland #1

I apologize for the delay in my reviews, a friend of mine is getting married. However, today we take a look at a title that is not a part of the Rebirth line up for DC and has not had an original series in a very long time. Also, was very disappointed that this was not about the singing cowboy… …

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Review: THE LOST BOYS #1

Let’s venture back to Santa Carla, California, the back drop for the 1987 cult classic vampire flick, The Lost Boys! Vertigo Comics picks up right where the movie left off: Sam is working in a comic shop, Michael in an old folks home, Emerson is training the Frog Brothers and the quiet coastal town is blood sucker free. The Lost …

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Comic Book Review: Blue Beetle #1

Do you hate when you are minding your own business and you wake up with an evil “alien” scarab on your back that can turn into a mech suit?  So do I. But this doesn’t stop our hero Blue Beetle from being an evil “alien” scarab wearing teenager that gives him a mech suit. Blue Beetle #1 I had some …

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Press Release : DC Comics Presents : Batman #9 “I Am Suicide”

I Am Suicide begins in BATMAN #9! The next great Batman story,  “I Am Suicide,” begins in BATMAN #9 by Tom King and Mikel Janin this October! In order to save Gotham Girl Batman recruits a team to break into the most impenetrable prison in the world and steal from one of the Dark Knight’s greatest foes… Bane. “She’s been infected by the Psycho …

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Comic Book Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #2

Yeah… When we left last our “hero” we ended with Artemis busting through the train about to fight the Red Hood, and that is exactly what happens in this issue. We get the plot set up with Artemis looking for the Bow of Ra and Red Hood is still working undercover for the Black Mask. Or is all of this …

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Press Release: More DC Rebirth still coming in September!

There’s still more DC Rebirth coming in September! Beast Boy, Starfire, Robin, Raven and Kid Flash are back in action! Last to debut, but certainly not least, TEEN TITANS: REBIRTH #1 is one of the final DC Rebirth comics (along with CYBORG: REBIRTH and BATMAN BEYOND: REBIRTH) to hit shelves this fall after several months of exciting title launches. In the new series, the Teen Titans start …

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Comic Review: HellBlazer #1

Sorry this one is late, for some reason the scheduling was off on this and did not realize it was out until yesterday. But I’m back to take a look at my old pal John Constantine and his wacky shenanigans! Let me start off by saying: Swamp Thing riding in the back seat of Chas taxi is probably one of …

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Comic Book Review: Deathstroke Rebirth

Having never read any Deathstroke comics before, I wasn’t really sure what I would find. I will say it’s entertaining.  By that I mean, if I were to compare it to a movie, I would say it’s a rental.  Then again, I’m not the biggest DS fan out there.  I have always been aware of him and what he does, …