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4.88 stars 4.88/5 Stars Average score of 8 user reviews

Great Moon Knight Story Arc 0

Midnight Sun continues the excellence that was provided in the first story arc, which is collected in Moon Knight: The Bottom. Just as in the first arc, Huston's story is engaging and Finch's artwork is superb. Only complaint regarding artwork in this trade is the change of artists starting at issue 13 (which is thankfully at the end, because Finch's work was way better and much more appealing). But don't let that little problem detract you from this excellent piece of work.It's nice to see Moon...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

This is Moon Knight 0

I read this trade after finishing up the Marc Spector: Moon Knight series from the 90s, a series which started off as a pretty solid Moon Knight title but fell into the depths of utter horror when Terry Kavanagh took over. So, I was quite some time without a good Moon Knight story. Then I read this.I absolutely loved it. It is very apparent that Charlie Huston is very knowledgeable about the Moon Knight universe. Reading in the afterword that Huston was a big fan of the original Doug Moench ser...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Good for Anybody 0

Batman: Li'l Gotham #1 is a comic book that comic fans of all ages can read, which is something that I'd really like to see more of from the comic book industry at large. If you're looking for the dark side of the Batman universe, this comic definitely won't satisfy your search; but, of course, there's plenty of the darker stuff to go around anyways with the nauseating amount of titles Batman already has. Essentially what you get in this comic book is two stories: the first happens during Hallow...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Golden Connection 0

I really enjoyed this issue of Vision and Scarlet Witch's first mini-series. I liked it even more than the first issue. In fact, this is my favorite issue of the entire four-issue series, with my second favorite being the series finale with Magneto.It had some nice emotional moments in it, which I won't reveal so as to not put out any spoilers (although if you've read the Plot Summary on this page then you've already seen plenty of spoilers). The dynamic between Vizh, Scarlet Witch, and Whizzer ...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Jemm...Son of Saturn 0

Well, this fantastic 12-part maxi-series finally comes to a close here with Jemm, Son of Saturn #12. When reading that last page my feelings were so mixed. It was an exciting and joyous occasion in that I got to read the entirety of such a wonderful series, but at the same time it was saddening that it was all over. But, onto the issue itself...This issue has plenty of suspense as Jemm goes to New York City to rematch Kamah the Koolar, with Luther's life hanging in the balance. It was pretty nea...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Jemm vs Superman 0

Really great issue here. Possibly even my favorite in the series so far.This issue has a fair balance of suspense, drama, humor, and action, while not particularly being heavily loaded with any one throughout.There are a lot of characters I sympathize with in this story: Jemm, Luther, Dade. I really feel bad for Dade, especially in this issue.The fight featured on the cover of this issue between Jemm and Superman was a bit short for my taste (2 1/2 pages), but it was still pretty good. The story...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

So Sad... 0

As titled, this issue of Jemm, Son of Saturn gives us the origin of the Saturnian prince. It's a sad account that really shows you how sheltered Jemm was growing up on Saturn. That he grew up in tightly closed communities his entire life (inside the palace walls and the cave) meant that he had few friends, but the friends that he did have he had a very close relationship with, which made it all the more painful when he lost them. This allows us to see why he's so protective of Luther, his only f...

0 out of 0 found this review helpful.

Wow 0

When I read the first story arc of this series (issues #1-4 by Mike Kunkel), I thought the series was just OK. It was good for what it was, a DC title meant for young kids.When Art Baltazar took over writing, I must say that this series got a lot better and definitely caught my attention. I prefer the new artists over Kunkel's art too; however, it was a little irritating to see the artists change so frequently because they each draw the characters so differently (not so much that you can't tell ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.