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Justice League #5 cover by Doug Mahnke, Jaime Mendoza, and Wil Quintana

Justice League #5 Review: Enter the Legion of Doom

Lex Luthor has just reached the Totality by controlling the body of Superman, but we jump back to right after the Justice League defeated the Omega Titans (Justice League: No Justice). He is unsure of his next move given the discoveries of the mission. He takes a trip to the future to learn what becomes […]

Superman #44 cover by Patrick Gleason and Alejandro Sanchez

Superman #44 Review: Night of the Living Bizarros

Superboy, Boyzarro, and their friends are trying to figure out how to hold the Bizarro world of Thrae together while Superman battles Bizarro himself. They discover that the planet is tied to Bizarro himself, and Bizarro feels like his life is falling apart. They need Bizarro to want to save Thrae if the world is […]


Superman #40 cover by Viktor Bogdanovic and Mike Spicer

Superman #40 Review: History Repeats Itself in an Attempt to Stop History From Repeating Itself

It’s the anniversary of Krypton’s destruction, and Superman has brought his son, Jonathan aka Superboy, to the Fortress of Solitude to observe the occasion. While the two men of Krypton are there, the Fortress’ computers detect another planet undergoing the same processes which Krypton experienced before its destruction. Superman goes to help, and Superboy convinces […]

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Is ‘No Justice’ A Big Story Planned For DC In 2018?

Last Wednesday saw the release of Dark Nights: Metal tie in one shot, Batman Lost, written by Scott Snyder, James Tyion IV, and Joshua Williamson, with art handled by Doug Mahnke, Yanick Paquette, Jorge Jimenez, Jaime Mendoza, Wil Quintana, Nathan Fairbairn, and Alejandro Sanchez. But one of the most important creators to keep an eye […]

bestseller list: Batman Lost review #1 cover by Olivier Coipel and Dave Stewart

Batman Lost #1 Review: Everyone Has A Favorite Batman Story

An elderly Bruce Wayne is asked by his granddaughter to retell one of the old stories of Batman. She picks the Case of the Chemical Syndicate, and Bruce recalls the events of his first detective case. Things are off, and his mind trails to prehistoric man and the lives of his ancestors. All of this […]

The Superman Family Gathers At NYCC’16

By Octavio Karbank DC Comics has been doing a marvelous job with their Superman line. From Action Comics and Superman, to Superwoman and Supergirl, a restored and animated energy flows out of these books. It doesn’t matter if you’ve been a Superman fan for fifty years, or if it’s your first time picking up a […]

Multiversity: Ultra Comics Vs. Grover From Sesame Street

Today sees the much-anticipated release of Multiversity: Ultra Comics #1. With a very self-aware lead character, whose secret identity is all of us reading the comic book. And reacting to the reviews of the comic book even before they are written. And who even gives you spoilers in the opening pages. And encourages you to […]

Ch-Ch-Changes – Marvel And DC Comics In October, From Action Comics To All-New Miracleman

Another look at upcoming comics, that might differ from how they were originally solicited… Justice League #34 will be drawn by Scott Kolins, not Doug Mahnke and Keith Champagne. It also has the cover above by Jason Fabok, originally intended for his first issue #26. Superman/Batman #16 will be drawn by Marc Deering and Diogenes Neves and not Jae Lee. Though […]

Justice League #33 Showcases Relationships Created By The New 52

By Hilton Collins The Justice League’s fight against the new Doom Patrol continues in #33 as both teams struggle to contain Jessica Cruz’s destructive new power ring. The League fights the new Doom Patrol over Jessica Cruz’s fate in “The Injustice League’s” conclusion, but the storyline’s character interactions soon take center stage—and rightfully so—as this […]


Anatomy Lessons – Action Comics #775

Brandon Thomas writes for Bleeding Cool: “What’s So Funny About Truth, Justice, & The American Way?” by Joe Kelly, Doug Mahnke, and Lee Bermejo It’s impossible to discuss this particular issue of Action Comics now without also discussing Man of Steel, so if you’re one of the many (myself included) that found themselves often exhausted […]