The Flash is back this week! And Barry has to deal with a lot; His private life with Iris, his partner Kid Flash, and of course, Reverse-Flash’s body. Oh yeah. and Hal Jordan helps him out. This review will have light spoilers so for those who aren’t reading this series yet, there are plenty of reasons
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John Semper Jr.’s Cyborg run is important for its societal implications and social commentary. Specifically, a scene in Cyborg (2016) #5, which takes less than ten pages to tell, interrupts the main plot of the ongoing series and places the reader in a situation that can remove comfort, disrupting the tone of the series by bringing
It’s finally here. After being delayed a week, the finale to the already fantastic story “The Button” is out and the excitement is high. Will this issue answer the question fans have been asking? Who killed the Reverse-Flash? Let’s find out…(SPOILERS)
Huge comic news! A new comic has been announced that will be the major Watchmen/DC Universe title that fans have been waiting for since Rebirth. It will be written by Geoff Johns with art by Gary Frank.
The newest DC Rebirth event has kicked off this week and its the sequel to the famous Judas Contract. The Lazarus Contract is the newest DC comic event that combines the teams of Titans, Teen Titans and Deathstroke to bring this story revolving Deathstroke using Pre Flashpoint Wally to bring back his son Grant from
“The Button” story line continues this week with Batman issue 22. After last week’s fantastic Flash issue, I thought Joshua Williamson wouldn’t be able to top it. Well, I was wrong. Williamson delivers some of the best emotional moments in Batman history and an exciting chapter in this story line. MINOR SPOILERS AHEAD
The new Injustice comics, which is essentially the prequel to the new Injustice 2 game just came out and its a pretty solid read.
Tom King, current writer of Batman, decided to give fans a sneak peek into his upcoming Batman Story called Batman: War of Jokes and Riddles. The image was released by Tom King’s twitter show us a new look at the Joker.
The Button story line is back for its second part and it’s definitely one to remember for a long time. After Reverse Flash dies, Flash and Batman go to investigate into why he died, who killed him?
The last two issues have been all about Doctor Polaris and his dying brother. This issue focuses primarily on Polaris trying to save his brother with Green Lanterns trying to help as well in a middle of a fight.