Action Comics #1033 Review

Atlantis is under attack! Taking in the Warworld refugees also means taking possession of the deadly Warworld tech they brought with them, and holding that much power makes the undersea kingdom a threat to the rest of the world. Can Superman move fast enough to prevent all-out war? Doing so may mean taking the power into his own hands…Meanwhile, some of the escaped Warworld prisoners have found the Fortress of Solitude…and along with it, Lois Lane! Continue reading Action Comics #1033 Review

Superman: Son of Kal-El #1 Review

Superman: Son of Kal-El #1 Review – Jonathan Kent has experienced a lot in his young life. He’s fought evil with Robin (Damian Wayne), traveled across galaxies with his Kryptonian grandfather, and lived in the future with the Legion of Super-Heroes, who were intent on training him for the day his father could no longer be Superman. Check it out in the Superman: Son of Kal-El #1 Review HERE! Continue reading Superman: Son of Kal-El #1 Review

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

Superman and the Authority #1 Review

Superman and the Authority #1 Review – ometimes even Superman finds a task almost impossible. Sometimes even the Last Son of Krypton needs to enlist help. Some tasks require methods and heroes that don’t scream “Justice League.” So Clark Kent, the Metropolis Marvel, seeks out Manchester Black, the most dastardly of rogues, to form an all-new Authority tasked with taking care of some business on the sly. Check it out in the Superman and the Authority #1 Review HERE! Continue reading Superman and the Authority #1 Review

Batman: The Detective #4 Review

Batman: The Detective #4 Review – Bruce Wayne is facing charges for the attempted murder of former mentor and teacher Henri Ducard and faces a grueling Interpol interrogation. Nothing is as it appears, however, as the Gotham expatriate charges into a lion’s den of mystery and duplicity without the benefit of Batman’s tools. Check out the Batman: The Detective #4 Review HERE! Continue reading Batman: The Detective #4 Review

Action Comics Annual 2021 #1 Review

Action Comics 2021 Annual #1 Review – The return of Future State’s House of El! It’s time to head back to tomorrow, as Superman’s descendants face a threat from today. This special tale connects to “Warworld Rising” as the actions of Clark Kent in the present reverberate, leaving long-lasting changes Check out the Action Comics 2021 Annual #1 Review HERE! Continue reading Action Comics Annual 2021 #1 Review

Infinite Frontier #2 Review

Infinite Frontier #2 Review – What secrets and changes lurk inside the newly expanded Multiverse? The devious Director Bones of the D.E.O. re-forms a ragtag team to keep the new worlds at bay, but was highly skilled agent Cameron Chase recruited because the director needs her help, or because he wants a patsy when things go south? Check out the Infinite Frontier #2 Review HERE! Continue reading Infinite Frontier #2 Review

Green Lantern #4 Review

Improve. Adapt. Overcome. The same lessons John Stewart learned in the Marine Corps help him begin his quest to find the other lost Lanterns in the dark sectors of space. Meanwhile, back on Oa, one of the Corps’ newest members, Jo Mullein, alongside Young Justice’s Teen Lantern and Simon Baz, tends to the wounded and investigates who or what caused the source of all Green Lanterns’ power to go nuclear and wipe out the Corps. Continue reading Green Lantern #4 Review

The Nice House on the Lake #2 Review

The Nice House On The Lake #2 Review – After the life-changing events of the previous issue, the guests at the nice house on the lake must decide their next steps—but there’s not exactly perfect agreement about the situation. Who among them is ready to walk out the door? And who is content to simply…float? Check it out in The Nice House On The Lake #2 Review HERE! Continue reading The Nice House on the Lake #2 Review

The Swamp Thing #5 Review

The Swamp Thing #5 Review – Newly armed with the knowledge and powers he gained from the Green and yet lonelier than ever, Levi Kamei is pulled once more into service as the Avatar of the Green is summoned by primal forces to the city of London, where old ideas lie buried, slowly leaching into the reality above. Check out The Swamp Thing #5 Review HERE! Continue reading The Swamp Thing #5 Review

Green Arrow: 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular #1 Review

Green Arrow 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular #1 Review- This over-sized anniversary issue follows in those footsteps, as an all-star lineup of Green Arrow creators, alongside some of the gifted creators of the modern era who have been inpsired by Oliver Queen, unite to pay tribute to the Battling Bowman. Continue reading Green Arrow: 80th Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular #1 Review

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