Nightwing #82 Review

Nightwing #82 Review- Now that the shock of knowing that Dick Grayson and Melinda Zucco are brother and sister may have worn off a bit, let’s take a slight pause in the action of the past few issues, and see how Tom Taylor has crafted this so-called family tree. Let’s check out Nightwing #82 – Leaping into the Light part 5! Check out the Nightwing #82 Review here!!! Continue reading Nightwing #82 Review

Moon Knight #1 Review

Moon Knight #1 Review – As we finally get the long-awaited relaunch of a Moon Knight ongoing, what does Jed MacKay have in store for us in what is one of Marvel Comics’ most interesting, complex characters? That being the Marc Spector, Steven Grant, Jake Lockley, the Fist of Khonshu, and Moon Knight! And for those new to the character, those are ALL the same person!! Confused? Don’t feel bad. I can’t wait to see how this plays out! Let’s check our Moon Knight #1!! Check out Moon Knight #1 Review HERE!! Continue reading Moon Knight #1 Review

Star Wars: The Phantom Menace Graphic Novel Adaptation Review

Experience the excitement and thrill of the epic Star Wars movies in this young-reader-friendly adaptation of Episode I! Peace reigns in the galaxy, guarded by the thousand-years old Jedi Order. But dark forces plot in the shadows to restore the power of the Sith, long believed gone. Unaware of this evil plan, two Jedi Knights rescue Queen Amidala of Naboo and discover a young boy who could forever change the fate of the universe.
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The Green Hornet Vol 1 and 2 Review

Masquerading as a costumed crime lord, the Green Hornet establishes a criminal network to weed out the most wicked among their ranks… but his actions have not gone unnoticed, and J. Edgar Hoover has declared him Public Enemy Number One! Targeted by both the law and gangster rivals, not even Britt Reid’s fortune can buy Hornet and Kato out of this fix. Superstar writer Mark Waid presents the epic story of Green Hornet’s battle against his worst enemy: himself!
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Detective Comics #1038 Review

written by Mariko Tamaki and Meghan Fitzmartin art by Viktor BoGdanovic, Jonathan Glapion, AND Karl Mostert cover by Dan Mora card stock variant cover by Lee Bermejo ON SALE 6/22/2021 $4.99 US | 40 PAGES | FC | DC card stock variant $5.99 US As we enter part 5 of “The Neighborhood” arc even more characters and setup are thrown into the mix! Is that … Continue reading Detective Comics #1038 Review

Star Wars Adventures #5 Review

Padme and Anakin have grand plans to have a romantic night celebrating a recent victory. But before they get a chance to get together, Anakin is Jedi-napped by a group of outlaws with their sights on a Holocron in the Jedi temple! Now it’s up to Padme to use all of her cunning to infiltrate the outlaw base and rescue him. Continue reading Star Wars Adventures #5 Review

Nightwing #81 Review

written by Tom Taylor art by Bruno Redondo cover by Bruno Redondo Pride card stock variant cover by TRAVIS MOORE variant cover by Rafael Grassetti ON SALE 6/15/2021 $3.99 US | 32 PAGES | FC | DC Pride card stock variant cover $4.99 US| FC | DC card stock variant cover $4.99 US | FC | DC If you’d have told me a year ago … Continue reading Nightwing #81 Review

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin #3 Review

The Last Ronin functions as both an homage to the Turtle’s gritty beginnings and prime example of what has made the Turtles a staple of popular culture for going on 4 decades. Issue #3 continues the use of flashbacks to show us how the Turtles and their friends were decimated and how NYC became a Foot-controlled dystopian hellscape. But April has been preparing. Continue reading Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Last Ronin #3 Review

Star Wars Adventures: The Weapon of a Jedi #1 Review

The Rebel Alliance has destroyed the Empire’s dreaded Death Star, but the Imperial Starfleet continues hunting the rebels throughout the galaxy. Luke Skywalker now seeks to support the Rebellion as an X-wing fighter. But as he flies with the pilots of the Red Squadron, Luke feels stirrings of the Force. And this farm boy turned fighter pilot begins to suspect that his destiny lies along a different path. Continue reading Star Wars Adventures: The Weapon of a Jedi #1 Review

Daredevil #30 Review

Daredevil #30 Review – As we enter part two of the “Doing Time” arc, what does Chip Zdarsky and company have in store for us? Can the most consistent book in the Marvel line deliver yet again? Let’s find out!! Check out the Daredevil #30 Review here! Continue reading Daredevil #30 Review