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Flash Comics #86 and #92: The Rare and Elusive Black Canary

Flash Comics #86 and #92: The Rare and Elusive Black Canary

Let’s call this one the Canary Effect: Sometimes when researching the possible inspirations for comic book characters, the historical connections can be complicated and hard to decipher. Like chasing down the butterfly whose flapping wings eventually lead to something greater, and trying to make sense of it.  Other times, even the smallest inspiration can be […]

Hawkman #3 cover by Bryan Hitch and Alex Sinclair

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 #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 […]

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 […]

Doomsday Clock #5 cover by Gary Frank and Brad Anderson

Doomsday Clock #5 Review: There Was a Plot Here at Some Point

Rorschach has escaped Arkham Asylum and has linked up with an unexpected superhero ally. Ozymandias is handcuffed to his hospital bed, but this doesn’t hold Adrian Veidt for long. The Comedian is on the move again. Batman is looking into the strange case of Ozymandias. Johnny Thunder is feeling called to the All-American Steel Factory […]

Terrifics #4 cover by Doc Shaner

Terrifics #4 Review: Embracing the Strange and the Genuine

The Terrifics have left Earth on a T-Sphere to travel to Phantom Girl’s homeworld of Bgztl. On the way there, a bandit ship is able scoop up the flying T-Sphere, and the Terrifics find themselves assailed by giant squids, a bandit crew, and trash chutes. Can they make it out and to Bgztl? Terrifics embraces […]

Terrifics #2 cover by Ivan Reis and Marcelo Maiolo

Terrifics #2 Review: A Second Issue That’s Even Better Than the First

The team is baffled by the message left by Tom Strong, and they ask how Phantom Girl arrived in the Dark Multiverse. She explains how she was sucked in through a portal in space. Mister Terrific explains that they’ll need the antenna attached to Tom Strong’s device, and this wakes something up. The four must […]

Terrifics #1 cover by Ivan Reis and Marcelo Maiolo

Terrifics #1 Review: The Fantastic Team We Deserve

Mister Terrific, aka Michael Holt, arrives at Stagg Industries. Simon Stagg, the CEO, has acquired a number of technological prototypes from Holt’s now-defunct company. Stagg has also attempted to access to the Dark Multiverse, and this could have disastrous results. Upon Mister Terrific’s arrival, Stagg is immediately hostile. Terrific also sees that Metamorpho, aka Rex […]

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 […]



Geoff Johns… Is The Justice Society Calling?

Bleeding Cool has previously reported that DC Comics CCO Geoff Johns has been ordered that he may write no more than two comic books a month. Currently that is Justice League and Superman. Would he sacrifice one for another title? On Twitter last night, Geoff Johns teased his followers, saying, I miss writing the Justice […]

Did Stormwatch #5 Give Us A Glimpse Of The Justice Society?

We’ve mentioned before how Stormwatch is meant to be one of the key books of the New DC 52 continuity. It’s the book where Pandora’s identity and importance will be revealed, and it looks key to many other stories too. From just one panel in Stormwatch #5. We know that Stormwatch is the future of […]