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Jonah Hex #69 Review

Jonah Hex #69 Review

The past comes back to haunt us all at some point in our lives. Weather we did the best we could or the worst, someone

Batman Beyond #7 Review

Batman Beyond #7 Review

Blight finally has his moment of retribution; inflecting grave damage and almost succeeding in dispatching the Batman. There are four distinct stories in this issue.

Superboy #9 Review 2

Superboy #9 Review

All these years, unbeknownst to Smallville’s resident heros and villains, has been a deleterious monstrosity of soulless puppets. Mastered by the enduring and condemnable Eben

Jonah Hex #68 Review 2

Jonah Hex #68 Review

When you make a deal with the devil, you can be certain the devil knows something you do not. In this case the devil is

Northlanders #41 Review 2

Northlanders #41 Review

Northlanders has deftly ensnared my attention and become one of my most preferred reads. There is no measurable amount of fervor with which I can

Superman #712 Review 2

Superman #712 Review

Apparently, DC decided to put the Grounded arc on hold and resolved to serving up a bowl of dog food this month. Seriously, an entire

Superboy #8 Review

Superboy #8 Review

A dramatic western back-story focused on the somber origin of Smallville and its early settlers. Seems things have always been strange in America’s picturesque town,

Batman Beyond #6 Review

Batman Beyond #6 Review

The industrial revolution and its fiery beginning puts Batman in a searing scrape. His brisk escape made possible by an old toy of Bruce’s; recognizable

The Walking Dead #85 Review

The Walking Dead #85 Review

Strength in numbers is a fundamental aspect of the human survival strategy. Alone we are weak, but together insurmountable obstacles can be overcome. An unorganized

Superman #711 Review 2

Superman #711 Review

Apart from The Walking Dead and the cessation of The New York Five, the recent assemblage of comics has left me weary with ennui. Perhaps

Superboy #7 Review

Superboy #7 Review

Superboy has taken a revitalizing course change towards maturity. None of the teen-age, high-school dramatics that have plagued it since inception. Even the cartoonish artwork

Batman Beyond #5 Review

Batman Beyond #5 Review

Part one of the Industrial Revolution begins, and something is fetid at Wayne-Powers Enterprises. The employees are on strike, and a dubious new negotiator has

Superman #710 Review 2

Superman #710 Review

I will initiate this comic evaluation with an passionate panegyrist. I relish the cover of this issue. The intimate and nostalgic portraits of Superman and

Superboy #6 Review 2

Superboy #6 Review

I guess things are a tinge too manic for Connor in historical Smallville. This issue commences with Superboy and Red Robin partaking in a heart-to-heart.

Jonah Hex #65 Review 2

Jonah Hex #65 Review

Jonah Hex is the modern interpretation of Shane. A callous, relentless gunslinger bent on serving lead justice; at the same time searching for redemption and

Batman Beyond #4 Review 2

Batman Beyond #4 Review

Dick Grayson was renowned as Robin and Nightwing. I feel he transcended Bruce as the premier Batman. In the Beyond future, his Nightwing persona is

The Walking Dead #83 Review

The Walking Dead #83 Review

The time for heroism has past. Their once lauded haven is overwhelmed with walkers. With some survivors spurning to give ground, others take the opportunity

Batman Beyond #3 Review 2

Batman Beyond #3 Review

The collaborative initiative with the Justice League recommences, as the Gotham City Mall habitue remain hostages. The League with their usual orchestration, gets them an

Superman #708 Review

Superman #708 Review

I indicated in my prior review here, that I have not been a devotee to the Superman “Grounded” arc. Both this and the previous issue

The Walking Dead #81 Review

The Walking Dead #81 Review

I am still engaged with this series; you can read my review of #80 here. Being only the second issue I have read, I am

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