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Venditti Confirms Kryptonian Hawkman for Hawkman #8

Back during San Diego Comic Con, Robert Venditti indicated that Hawkman‘s current run would reveal his ancient origins, including a Kryptonian version of Katar Hol. Today, during the New York Comic Con “DC Nation” panel, Venditti confirmed that we will be meeting the Kryptonian version of Katar Hol in Hawkman #8 which will be out this January. For […]

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Hawkman #3 Review: A Swarm of Bird-Men and a T-Rex

Hawkman is on Dinosaur Island and facing down a Tyrannosaurus Rex. After surviving the encounter, he begins his trek towards the mountain that sits in the center of the island. He takes flight but finds a massive swarm of Feitherans, humanoid bird creatures, defending the mountain. If Carter is to make it to the mountain […]

Hawkman is Indiana Jones and More from DC’s World’s Finest Comics Panel [SDCC]

Words and photos courtesy of Bleeding Cool’s Mike Sangregorio: Saturday saw the DC World’s Finest Panel, moderated by one of the DC All Access hosts and featuring creators Liam Sharpe, Marc Andreyko, Dan Jurgens, Sam Humphries, Robert Venditti, Tom Taylor, Tim Seeley, and Mitch Gerads as panelists. The panel began by congratulating Gerads on his Eisner […]

Hawkman #2 cover by Bryan Hitch and Alex Sinclair

Hawkman #2 Review: This Series Continues to Soar

Hawkman looks back on his life as Prince Khufu and wonders if that was not truly his first life. In the present, Carter Hall is on his way to the British Museum. He believes that an old artifact he brought to the museum in a past life from the reign of Prince Khufu holds more […]

Top and Bottom 5 Comics for June 13th, 2018: Hawkman Lives

We’v reached the end of another week, and it’s time to take stock! That means it’s time for the Top and Bottom 5 comics of June 13th, 2018. What will win? What will lose? What will get people mad at me? Let’s find out together! Winners 1. Hawkman #1 Hawkman #1 finally came out this week– […]

Hawkman #1 cover by Bryan Hitch and Alex Sinclair

Advance Hawkman #1 Review: The Winged Warrior Returns in Excellent Fashion

Hawkman has dove into ancient ruins of an off-shoot society to Gorilla City. Within it is the Nautilus of Revealment, an artifact that could potentially help Carter Hall dive into all his past lives for information. That said, Gorilla City never leaves anything unprotected, and Hawkman must navigate the dangers of the ruins to attain […]

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Dark Nights Metal #6 Review: A Guitar Solo Celebration of DC Comics

The Justice League and their allies have been taken by the Nightmare Batmen. Wonder Woman and Hawkgirl are wading through an army from the Dark Multiverse. Diana and Kendra manage to use their metal to awaken the League, and they soon find the demonic Hawkman keeping the Forge of Worlds dark. Soon Cyborg and Flash […]

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Bryan Hitch and Robert Venditti Confirmed on New Hawkman Monthly Comic

We told you in January that Hawkman was to get a monthly comic book series spinning out of Metal. Then in February that it would be written by Robert Venditti. And DC’s PR department and their media partner the Washington Post have confirmed that with a certain Bryan Hitch as artist, who drew the recent […]

Dark Nights: Metal #5 Cover by Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion, and FCO Plascencia

Dark Nights Metal #5 Review: A Compelling Build-Up Before the Conclusion

Barbatos and the Batman Who Laughs prepare for the final stage of their plan to sink our Earth into the Dark Multiverse. Meanwhile, Superman and Batman have found Hawkman turned into a massive demonic monster, Wonder Woman squares off against Black Adam and the corrupted Hawkgirl, Mister Terrific and Green Lantern Hal Jordan have been […]

Hawkman Found #1 variant cover by Jim Lee, Scott Williams, and Alex Sinclair

Hawkman Found #1 Review: DC’s Greatest Hero Returns

Carter Hall is in a world he doesn’t recognize. He doesn’t know who he is, where he came from, or where he’s going. All he knows is that he has dreams of flying, and that he must fight off swarms of Manhawks daily. They come from a ship in the sky, and, today, he is […]

Dark Nights: Metal #4 cover by Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion, and FCO Plascencia

Dark Nights Metal #4 Review: Gorgeous, Interesting, but Not Especially Exciting

Batman has found Superman enslaved to the Dark Multiverse too, and the World’s Finest must find a way to escape imprisonment and save their universe. In doing so, they find a powerful and mysterious entity. Wonder Woman, Doctor Fate, and Kendra Saunders arrive at the Rock of Eternity to find it rejecting their presence. Aquaman […]

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Brian Michael Bendis’s List Of All The People He Says Can Beat Batman

Now that the second-longest continuous writer at Marvel Comics, Brian Michael Bendis, has signed an exclusive deal with DC Comics, everything he ever said anywhere on the internet about DC Comics is up for discussion. Including this great post on his Tumblr from earlier in the year, when asked about the comparative fighting abilities of Batman […]

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The Batman Hater Loves Dark Nights: Metal #2

OK, I’m officially on board with this story now. While the first issue of Dark Nights: Metal was pretty good, I wasn’t ready to proclaim its quality from the rooftops or anything. I wasn’t completely enthralled, but it had merit and deserved some praise for that. That has changed with Metal #2. With the world […]


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Josh’s Throwback Corner: The Savage Hawkman #1-8

We return to the Throwback Corner this week, with a beloved of mine from the early days of the New 52: The Savage Hawkman. It’s one that I feel was grossly underrated, and Tony S. Daniel, Philip Tan, and Cliff Richards did a damn fine job in putting this comic together. I specify the first […]


The Batman Hater Rises – Dark Days: The Casting #1 Review

After the initial reaction to my Dark Days: The Forge review, it only seemed prudent to take on the follow-up issue Dark Days: The Casting. For those who don’t want to read through the whole thing, I’m no fan of Batman (hence the title to this review). The Forge read like a fawning pinnacle of […]

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Dark Days: The Casting #1 Review – Seeing The Shape Of Metal

Dark Days: The Casting is the second comic prelude to DC’s enlarging event, Metal. And while I am sure there are still surprises yet to come, Dark Days: The Casting may in fact be an incredibly apt name – because we can finally get a real sense of the shape of how this event effects […]

Dark Days: The Forge Review- Mysteries I Didn’t Want Or Need Or Care About

Marvel’s big thing is throwing big-universe changing events on a yearly basis implying vast universal changes but often do not change everything in the way they actually end up changing things with their corporate initiatives that are afraid to maintain a status quo for more than a year that lead to run-on sentences like this. […]