One of the most intriguing series to hit comic book shelves in recent weeks, Batman: White Knight, has once again given fans a moment they never though they’d see. The Joker down on one knee. *******SPOILERS******* Ever since The Joker got back within his right mind and taken up the alias Jack Napier, an homage
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Every week, fans from all walks of life flock to their local comic book store to pick up a fresh stack of beautiful panels and pages. Every week, comic book companies gift fans with new stories, arcs, and characters. Stuck on which releases to pick up? Never fear, SuperBro is here. Here’s what to look
Cyborg #11 is powerful. Where previous issues have felt lacking in emotion, this book features a villain whose relationship with Cyborg is painful to see. The art is good, as always, but is never consistent.
John Semper Jr. is one of the most consistent writers I’ve found. His work on Cyborg tends to not vary too much, usually good but not perfect and this issue follows that trend. The art stays consistent but the inks make the pages a little dull.
Black Panther (2016) #12 is Ta-Nehisi Coates’s best issue yet, wrapping up a great story and giving hope for the coming stories. Brian Stelfreeze brings immense talent to the table, as usual, leaving little to be desired.
Cyborg #6 is a solid issue. It’s an easy read that doesn’t take chances but doesn’t fall flat. John Semper Jr. seems to use some issues to set up more major issues, with the set-up usually not being as interesting. This one, however, keeps us interested.
Cyborg #5 is a valuable and timely issue, tackling many important modern topics effectively and quickly. John Semper Jr.’s writing and storytelling has gotten better in every issue and this issue is a testament to what he can accomplish when he lets art tell the story.
Welcome to the weekly SuperBro Comic Corner. Every week, a few of our avid comic readers will be reviewing, analyzing, and recommending which comic books we feel you, our readers, should check out. Could be old, could be new. Comics are the source material for our most beloved films and TV shows, so let’s take
Welcome to the weekly SuperBro Comic Corner! Every week, a few of our avid comic readers will be reviewing, analyzing, and/or recommending which comic books we feel you, our readers, should check out. Could be old, could be new. Comics are the source material for our most beloved films and TV shows so let’s take