Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Flash #20 Review

It seems that as soon as the Gorilla Grodd arc ended, Francis Manapul has been able to make The Flash better than it’s ever been since the start of The New 52. The introduction of Reverse Flash has pushed the … Continue reading

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Star Wars Legacy #3 Review

With this new issue, the saga of Ania Solo continues. I still find the fact that she has the last name Solo a little odd, but, hey, that’s the decision of the creators. They can do pretty much whatever they … Continue reading

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Green Lantern #20 Review, and a Farewell to Geoff Johns

Nine years. Wow. Sadly, I can’t count myself among the many who have been a part of Geoff Johns’ Green Lantern run from the start of it. But what I have done is read almost¬†every¬†issue of the book that he’s … Continue reading

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Justice League #20 Review

So, more great Justice League this month. Man, the secrets some of these people have. Namely, The Atom. Do I still love her character? Yes. Did I feel hurt by her betrayal, even though she’s only been around three issues? … Continue reading

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Talon #8 Review

So unlike many, I’ve really, really enjoyed Talon. I love what James Tynion has done with the mythology that Scot Snyder created in Baatman, and that he’s managed to take it, and make it it’s own force in the DC … Continue reading

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Daredevil #26 Review

Another month, another great issue of Daredevil. And there I was, all downtrodden by The Dark Knight #20. And then, I opened Daredevil #26, and it blew my mind. The story telling, the art work, the characters. It’s all just … Continue reading

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Batman: the Dark Knight #20 Review

Why do I even bother with this comic? Seriously, it has absolutely no redeeming qualities whatsoever. the art is ugly, the storytelling is horrible, and the characters are all underdeveloped. There is absolutely nothing to like about this book. I … Continue reading

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Batman Incorporated #11 Review

In many ways, I feel the same way about Batman Incorporated #11 that I feel about Aquaman #20. Was it good? Yes. Was it great? No, not really. I feel that Chris Burnham, while a good writer, got bogged down … Continue reading

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Aquaman #20 Review

This week, John Ostrander did a pretty good job writing this comic, because, well, that’s what he does, and that’s what he’s good at. So, if asked the question “Is this issue good?” I would respond with “Yes, it’s good, … Continue reading

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Arrow Season 1 Review

Over the course of the past 8 months or so, I’ve really enjoyed this show. It seems like it just got better as it went on, culminating in the stellar season finale. There was a lot to love about this … Continue reading

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