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Robin is dead, but not for long! (Pt.2): The reason why you don't get on Batman's bad side. 0

Before you continue, you should check out Part 1 of this review. Especially if you need a reason to check this series out! But if you already are reading this series, enjoy the review! Batman is going to Apokolips to bring his son back, but the Justice League might have something to say about that first. The GoodBatman being Batman.HOLY CRAP BATMAN! I thought this series couldn't get any better, but it just did, like 1,000 times better! Writer Peter J. Tomasi really outdid himself with this issu...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Robin is dead, but not for long! 0

Prelude issue, Batman & Robin #32. Robin Rises begins NOW! Written by Peter J. Tomasi with artwork by Andy Kubert.The GoodOh great, the FEELS are coming back. Wow, that recap! Tomasi summarized Damian's life in only 8 pages, he hit the hotspots to make sure everyone who reads this series will know what is going on. I was greatly impressed how much he made the recap feel important, and relevant, to the story at hand. (Which it is important.) Batman was narrating the entire recap, so it made i...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A Need for a Breakout! 0

The Justice League are going to get off of Cadmus' planet, but they are going to need a little help from Teri, the new Flash! The GoodSo in this issue, the stories are broken up into two to tell a fuller, more immersive, story. Breakout!GL to the rescue (again.)So in this half of the issue, The Justice League escape Cadmus world. (With a little help from Teri, who's story occurs during the Justice League's "Breakout" story.) The writers for this half of the story did an incredible job with build...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The spy game is confusing, BUT FUN! 0

My review for the first issue of this series, "Dick Grayson, spy." Join Dick Grayson (plus writer Tim Seeley and Tom King; with artwork by Mikel Janin, Guillermo Ortego, and Juan Castro; and with color artist Jeremy Cox) in this issue's story, Guilt Feelings. The GoodBeautiful cover. Really captures the "Spy" element perfectly. (Very James Bond-esque.)Among the things that I enjoyed about this issue, the cover is definitely that stands out in my mind. This is a spy series, so obviously the arti...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Superman. 'Nuff said. (Oh, and other stories.) 0

The GoodI think this opening scene speaks for itself. Superman has changed. Into what, I'm not sure yet! The opening scene, as you can see the above image, is what got me excited about this issue! The writers FINALLY brought back Superman! I know I've said before that I want to see more of Batman Beyond (because he's the title character), but even more so, I'd like to see more Superman! He's in a containment suit and fights crime 24/7, "Why?", it hasn't been explained yet. The writers spent fiv...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Rough start, but finished strong! 0

This issue of The New 52 Futures End picks up right where the last issue left off! WITH A FIGHT!The GoodChoices, choices.The beginning was rough (more on that later), but after the issue moved past Barda and Deathstroke's fight, this issue was pretty awesome! Maybe it's because at this point in the stories [that are featured in this issue], they have become really interesting and are some of the reasons why readers, like me, comeback for the next one. But the only reason these stories are so goo...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Prejudice and stolen goods. 0

In this Futures End issue, Tim Drake gets robbed; Mr. Terrific deals with not knowing what kind of enemy he's made against Batman Beyond; Grifter looks for answers on the stealth O.M.A.C.; Batman Beyond double crossed; and Big Barda exposed! This is an issue that shouldn't be passed up!Choices, Choices.The GoodNot yo average joe. So in this issue, a lot of interesting things happened. Briefly, the story that revolved around Tim Drake and him and his girlfriend getting robbed was a nice touch. I ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A boring issue, but that twist ending though! 0

In this issue, Frankenstein, Hawkman, and Amethyst find one of Hawkman's missing partners; Agent Faraday is looking to cure the world of super powered people; Ethan is setting up Rampage to distract, or even destroy, Superman; and 35 years in the future, we find out that Batman is still alive!The GoodWell it looks like these two will be sharing a body, and a mind. Can't wait to see how this turns out!The last story of this issue, is what saved this issue for me! The stories that were featured in...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The Dysfunctional Four. 0

My review for FF#7. The Fantastic Four are broken and separated, things can't possibly get worse!The GoodThis is the best issue so far! The Original Sin tie-in, originally, didn't carry much weight when it started. However, after the events of last issue, and finally seeing the repercussions in this issue, I'm really excited to see what writer James Robinson's plans are for the Fantastic Four!So in this issue, Thing goes to prison; Johnny Storm loses his record deal; and Sue and Reed move away ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Deadpool has a daughter, apparently, in this Original Sin Tie-IN! 0

Last review from this series, DPool #11. Deadpool is going to do whatever it takes to make sure that his daughter, Ellie, survives the night!The GoodFather of the year. Briefly, I really liked the cover of this issue. Drawn by Mike Del Mundo, Mundo perfectly captures what this issue is all about, Deadpool as a father. Mundo's cover is the main, and only, reason I picked up this issue. The bright colors, the "#1 Dad" drawn on the board, and just how it looks destructive and adorable (at the same ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Batman Eternal tie-in? 0

My review for Batman #33. A loose tie-in with the Batman Eternal series. Batman is on the hunt for a killer that likes to take the lives of people no one will remember, or care about. The GoodWell, that's not creepy or anything. Man, what a great issue! I've never liked writer Scott Snyder's mini stories that always come after he finishes one of his [5 issue] story arcs, but this changes everything! And I think a big part as to why I liked this issue was because of the art. Greg Capullo's art s...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Darkness sleeps beneath Gotham; Gordon to the rescue; and Red Hood vs. Batgirl! 0

Batman: Eternal continues! Gotham is being torn apart from the inside out, and some of the stories featured in this issue only prove that Gotham City is about to fall! (And that there is more than meets the eye!) The GoodBatgirl's story is moving forward.We might've found out who tricked Gordon into killing innocent. Getting right to the good stuff, Batgirl's search for answers is turning out to be quite interesting. The writers are doing a pretty decent job with her story (and moving it forwar...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Love and Revenge, the perfect combination! 2

My review for, The Amazing Spider-Man #4. Black Cat has big plans for getting her revenge on Spider-Man; and Spidey and Silk's relationship starts to blossom.The GoodSo, writer Dan Slott did a pretty awesome job on this issue's story! After setting the stage in the last issue, with introducing Silk into Spider-Man's world, things took off like a rocket. (One of those things being a relationship starting to form between Spidey and Silk.) And while that is definitely the topic to talk about one ot...

1 out of 2 found this review helpful.

It's called "Batman: Assault on Arkham.", but really, it should be called "Suicide Squad: Assault on Arkham." 0

The DC Animated Universe Team really did an exemplary job with this movie. Taking a brief break from recreating fan-favorite storylines; the DC Animated Universe Team proved to us that they can create an original story, and it be good! With a basic foundation in an already established universe [the Arkham-verse]; a colorful cast of characters with equally interesting voice actors; and a story that immortalizes the idea that it is "Cool." to be DC villains pulling off a heist, The DC Animated Uni...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Harley Quinn and the Obsessed Nerd. 0

My review for, Harley Quinn #8. Teased in the last issue, a obsessed nerd (a.k.a. fanboy) is looking for Harley Quinn. Trust me, writers Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti did an outstanding job with this issue!The GoodWell, that's not creepy or nothing. Am I right? So in this issue, the main focus is about a fanboy named Ed, whom is obsessed with Harley Quinn. Like this issue before it, writers Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti decide to go down a more funny, or comedic route, instead of trying...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Money to spend, skating to be done, poop to fling, and nerd-rage to be teased! 0

My review for, Harley Quinn #7. After finding out that Harley Quinn put the $3 million dollar bounty out on herself (from last issue); we now return to an issue that focuses more on the lighter side of Harley. (Basically, an issue that feels like it would work perfectly if this series was an animated TV show.)The GoodSo in this issue, a lot of [random] things happen. Whether or not that is good or bad, is really confusing me at this point. But for the most part, or just this portion of the revie...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn team-up for another adventure. Plus, we find out "Who?" put the hit out on Harley! 0

My review for, Harley Quinn #6. We find out who sent out the hit on Harley's head; plus Poison Ivy makes [another] guest star appearance!The GoodSo in this issue, we finally find out why Harley has a hit on her head. While that, in itself, is a major problem; at least we finally get to see why she has been targeted by assassins these last seven issues. The reveal, without a doubt, will be stupid and a "Why?" moment, but nonetheless an answer is still an answer. (Good or bad. More on that later.)...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Love is a feeling only some want. 0

My review for Moon Knight #5. The final issue of the first story arc! And also, writer Warren Ellis and artist Declan Shalvey's final issue together. At least they went out with a bang! (Both literally and figuratively!)The best comic you'll read all week!I'm going to be honest with you. After what Warren Ellis and Declan Shalvey created in these first six issues, and how flawlessly they captured what, and who, Moon Knight is; writer Brian Wood and artist Greg Smallwood have their work cut out f...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A lot of teasing, but it all adds to the story! 0

My review for Outcast #1. After the events of the first issue, Kyle and the Reverend try to go back to a somewhat of a normal life. However, unbeknownst to them, an evil is still hiding in plain sight! The GoodAn amazing cover!Briefly, I will say that the cover for this second issue was amazing! Paul Azaceta's art style fits this series like a glove; and his work really stands out with this [issue 2] cover! However, though Azaceta lays down the foundation of what Robert Kirkman's book looks like...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Spock is back! Did you miss him? 0

My last review from this series, Superior Spider-Man #31. Spock is back, sorta, but who cares! More Spock is good news for me! Oh, and Edge of the Spider-Verse starts with this issue! The GoodSpider-People unite!So you remember that time when Spock was handling that time anomaly back in issue 19? And how he seemingly died? (See my review.) Well, it looks like he was actually in the future. (2099 to be exact.) But, other than trying to find a way back to the present, it appears that Spock was bus...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Time to fight back! 3

My review for Invincible #112. Invincible has gone through a lot lately, but things are going to be changing real soon! The GoodSo to summarize all that's happened recently, Robot has snapped and has decided to take over the world! Writer Robert Kirkman did an outstanding job with this issue! Continuing with the momentum he's already created in prior issues, Kirkman is setting things up for Invincible to finally fight back against Robot. I'm really enjoying what Robert Kirkman is doing with the ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Daredevil #6, an Original-Sin Tie In! 1

(My review for Daredevil #5.) Marvel's Original Sin series is revealing a lot of hidden secrets to our favorite Marvel heroes. What secrets will be revealed from Daredevil's past?Secrets revealed! So far, I've enjoyed the tie-ins that have come from the Original Sin series. And with this Daredevil series being one of my favorite books by Marvel, I had very high hopes for the story that would tie-in to, Original Sin. I can rest easy knowing that the Daredevil team has pulled off another awesome i...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Because POYO, that's why! 0

Poyo is a hero. You know that, I know that, we ALL know that! But did you know he's also a hero elsewhere? Yeah, prepare for an awesome adventure by superstar writer John Layman and Rob Guilory. The GoodLet it begin!So in this one-shot, you get POYO! If you are a fan of the CHEW series, you already know who this Terminator is. But, if for some reason you've missed out on John Layman and Rob Guilory's comic book, published by Image Comics, then you will be confused. Deeply confused. So to quickly...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

Evil under Gotham; and a mission looking for answers! 2

Batman is trying to solve a crime under Gotham; while Batgirl is overseas looking for information that will clear her father's name!The GoodBatgirl's search for answers! You remember last issue/review where I said that a lot of the Batman Eternal stories that were created, at first, felt meaningless and could not sustain themselves if given the opportunity to carry an issue alone? Well, Batgirl's was one of those stories. Emphasis on the word, "Was." Now, the writers have moved Batgirl and compa...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

A trip into the past, to revisit old memories! 0

Corrigan and Batwing are in the midst of Deacon Blackfire's resurrection, and his plan to "Cleanse." Gotham of all of its evil! This issue should not be passed up! The weaker part of this issue.So in this issue, among Corrigan and Batwing's mystic fight against Deacon Blackfire in Arkham Asylum; there are small status updates on Red Robin and Harper Row in Tokyo [searching for a cure to the Nanotech virus], and we see more on the state of Alfred and Julia's relationship as father and daughter. B...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Rocket Raccoon F.C.B.D. 2014 Special. 6

What happens when Rocket Raccoon isn't busy saving the galaxy with his pals, The Guardians of the Galaxy? Well, writer Joe Caramagna is here to answer that question!So in this issue, from Free Comic Book Day 2014, we have Rocket, Groot, and Mr. Walrus, just doing their own, outlaw, thing in space. Sure you see that all the time in the Guardians of the Galaxy, this free issue sets readers up for a fun [monthly] adventure with everyone's favorite Guardian, Rocket Raccoon! So if you want more Rocke...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Corrigan and Batwing getting all mystical up in Arkham! Oh, and Red Robin's in this issue too if you were wondering. 0

Jim Corrigan and Batwing go further into Arkham Asylum to shut things down, once and for all!The GoodTeam Corrigan and Batwing FTW!So the writers of Batman: Eternal do an impressive job with this issue. Focusing, mainly, on Corrigan and Batwing's mission to stop Deacon Blackfire from coming back from the dead, and wrecking havoc among the living, it has become quite interesting. I liked what the writers did in this issue primarily focusing on thatstory instead of the others, because it gives rea...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Jim Corrigan returns, did you forget about him? 2

In this issue, Jim Corrigan and Batwing go deeper into Arkham Asylum to uncover a mystical mystery; Batgirl is still looking for answers to clear her father's name; and Red Robin is looking for a cure for the Nanotech virus in Tokyo.The GoodDustin Nguyen's awesome cover art! Which does a masterful job at capturing all that happens in this issue!Again, I have to give props to Dustin Nguyen's awesome cover artwork! It is something about his art style, and the beautiful colors/inks, that really bri...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Is this the beginning, or end? I'm not sure! 2

Aku attacks Jack's mind!The GoodHas that TV series tone.Writer Jim Zub did a decent job at making this story enjoyable. While I'm not sure if this is just the beginning, or the end, of the series; writer Jim Zub will be known as a Samurai Jack writer that honored the TV series! Honoring it by, staying [really] close to the source material, and keeping the tone that the TV series had created. That, is what I greatly enjoyed about the series, as a whole, and this issue. Plus, the artwork by Andy K...

2 out of 3 found this review helpful.

End game. 0

My review for, Batman #32. Batman and Riddler face off one last time!The GoodA battle of wits!In this issue, Batman and Riddler face off, in a battle of wits! With Gotham City hanging in the balance, Batman has to outsmart the Riddler, before missiles bring Gotham to an end! This is the last issue of the Zero Yearstory arc by writer Scott Snyder, and I believe that he did a great job with testing Batman mentally. I enjoyed seeing Scott Snyder really push Batman, and make him realize that, he won...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Original Sin tie-in! (Spider-Man style!) 0

My review for, The Amazing Spider-Man #3. Straight from the pages of Marvel's summer story arc, Original Sin; reaches its grasp in Spider-Man's new ongoing series, as we see that Spider-Man, in fact, isn't alone in the world!The GoodIntroducing Silk!So in this issue, Original Sin tie-in! Being teased, since the beginning of this series, of "Another Spider-Person." we finally see how it all connects to Peter Parker's origin of becoming Spider-Man, and how it ties in perfectly with the Original Si...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

A superior ending! 0

My review for, Superior Spider-Man #30. Conclusion.The GoodSo in this, conclusive issue, we see what all will happen to The Amazing Spider-Man and those in his life! And to reallyget his life back, Spider-Man is going to have to defeat the Green Goblin and stop his Goblin Nation! Writer Dan Slott did an amazing job with this series ending, because we finally get to go down the roller coaster of suspense that Slott has been creating with this story arc. And man, is it one enjoyable roller coaster...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

LOOK WHO'S BACK?!?! 0

My review for, Superior Spider-Man #29. The city is on fire, people are dying, and The Superior Spider-Man (a.k.a. Spock) can't do anything about it. Well, almost anything!Time for a [Amazing] comeback. The GoodSimilar after all! But right now, we need a [true] Superior Spider-Man! (It's Parker if you were wondering.)In this issue, CHAOS! Well, more CHAOS! (Cause if you've been following this story arc, you know that chaos has loomed all throughout this final story arc!) Writer Dan Slott continu...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

More destruction and pain, thanks to The Green Goblin! 0

My review for, Superior Spider-Man #28. Green Goblin has destroyed Spider-Island, is rampaging through the city with his army, and wants to cause Otto some pain, all with the ultimate goal to finally kill Spider-Man. THIS is the makings of an outstanding issue!The GoodGreen Goblin wants to break Otto, I think this counts as a mission accomplished. BOOM!So in this issue, writer Dan Slott heats up the Goblin Nation story arc, and begins to test Spock's worth as a hero, and, a villain. Because the ...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The destruction of Spider-Island, and the hunt for Spider-Man's loved ones! 0

My review for, Superior Spider-Man #27. Spider-island is destroyed, no thanks to the Green Goblin and his army. But they aren't stopping there, as the Green Goblin is now hunting down Spider-Man's loved ones!The GoodChoices, choices, choices.In this issue, Spider-Island's destruction and Green Goblin's hunt for Spider-Man's loved ones! Goblin Nationheats up in this issue, as writer Dan Slott delivers a great issue that raises the stakes for Spock and his hero game! Right now, this is a wonderful...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

31 days after the last issue, and we find Spock at war! Goblin Nation Pt.1! 0

My review for, Superior Spider-Man #26. Spock finds himself in the midst of Goblin Nation asking himself, "How did it all happen?"The GoodA, "Only The Strong Survive!", type of villain speech.In this issue, we see a glimpse at what all will be happening in, Goblin Nation. This issue takes place 31 days after the last one; and Spock is trying to stop the Green Goblin and his army, but is handicapped solely because his eyes and ears (meaning the Spider-Bots), have been hacked by the Green Goblin. ...

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Rebuilding a fractured mind, in the midst of a Goblin War! 0

My review for, Superior Spider-Man #25. Prelude to, Goblin Nation!The GoodCheers!In this issue, writer Dan Slott sets up for the final story arc of this series, Goblin Nation!Following the events of a territory conflict between Green Goblin and the Hobgoblin (in prior issues); the two have finally decided that New York is only big enough for one Goblin! Plus, Peter Parker, slowly, takes steps to reclaiming his mind and body; and [the superior] Spock quits the Avengers after they try to discover ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

The final showdown; and the beginning of the Goblin War! 0

My review for, Superior Spider-Man #24. The Superior [Spider-]Venom is battling against Earth's Mightiest Heroes, The Avengers! Plus, this issue marks the start of the Goblin War!The GoodVock taking on the Avengers!In this issue, we see the epic conclusion of the, "Darkest Hours", story arc. The Superior [Spider-]Venom (a.k.a. Vock, Venom Spock) is on a rampage, and The Avengers are called in to stop him. Meanwhile, the Green Goblin is putting the finishing touches to his Goblin War with the ori...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.

The Superior Venom! 0

My review for, Superior Spider-Man #23. The Superior Spider-Man is in control of the Venom Symbiote. For now at least.The GoodCrime is the disease, meet the cure!In this issue, The Superior [Spider-]Venom! (Become excited!) Spock has Flash's Venom Symbiote; and old Spock is going on a tear in the city to prove to everyone that he can, "Control it!".This, should be interesting. Once again, writer Dan Slott has created an issue that makes you want to burn Doc Ock at the stake, and beg for Peter Pa...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

An awkward dinner situation. 0

My review for, Superior Spider-Man #22. Agent Venom (a.k.a. Flash Thompson) might've popped into town; but now, Spock has to deal with preparing a dinner for his Aunt and Jay.The GoodAwkward much?In this issue, Spock has to deal with containing, or killing, Agent Venom. (An old friend and ex-enemy.) However, as Spock has to deal with that, he also has to deal with introducing his girlfriend, Anna Marie, to his Aunt May and her husband Jay, over dinner. In short, writer Dan Slott creates a wonder...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.