Category Archives: Comic Book Reviews

Review – ODY-C # 1 and Gotham by Midnight # 1

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone! Two books again this week. I can’t say for sure yet whether this will become the norm, but right now the comic industry is just so bursting with wonderful things, it’s hard to pick just one book … Read the rest of this entry

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Review – Wonder Woman # 36 and Intersect # 1

So, we’re going over two books this week – I knew I was gonna want to talk about the start of Meredith and David Finch’s run on Wonder Woman, good or bad, but while it wasn’t enough for a full … Read the rest of this entry

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Review – Drifter # 1

Ivan Brandon has been waiting quite some time for his due. For years, he’s been saddled with various books that were ill-fated from the start, from tie-in miniseries like Final Crisis Aftermath: Escape and X-Men: Nation X to a couple … Read the rest of this entry

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Review: Action Comics # 36

Greg Pak is one of the great mysteries in the world of comics. Like a lot of people, I first discovered him through the now-classic Planet Hulk storyline, and loved every minute of it. This was the work of a … Read the rest of this entry

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Review – Harbinger: Omegas # 3 (of 3)

So, it’s been a few years since I last wrote any of these reviews. But for those with particularly long memories, you may recall that the last one I wrote here was for the first issue of a fledgling indy … Read the rest of this entry

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The 5 best comics that you’re not reading.

Throughout the history of comics (and, really, this holds true for any media), there always have been, and always will be, books that are big simply because of a particular character, or because “The Hype” got hold of them, or … Read the rest of this entry

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Harbinger # 1 review

**** (out of 5) I hate “chosen one” myths. Since the inception of the fantastic story, being passed down verbally through generations, mankind has been obsessed with them – obsessed with the possibility that certain people are born different, or … Read the rest of this entry

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‘Dial H # 1’ review

In the mid-60s, somebody had the bright idea of a comic book where the protagonist was a different superhero each month. Add to that formula the idea that it was a young boy transforming into all these colorful characters, and … Read the rest of this entry

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‘Earth 2 # 1’ review

Not what you were expecting. When Earth 2 was first announced, along with the creative team of James Robinson and Nicola Scott, there wasn’t much speculation. Everyone knew – knew – that this was going to be the new JSA … Read the rest of this entry

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‘X-O Manowar # 1’ review

A Bigger Bang? Most universes don’t get a second shot at the Big Bang. Its generally considered, at least in most scientific circles, to be pretty much a one-time deal. Yet a second shot is exactly what the new Valiant … Read the rest of this entry

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