Harley Quinn #18 Review

3.7 out of 5
Rating: 3.7

Writtten By: Jimmy Palmiotti, Amanda Conner and Paul Dini  Art By: Brett Blevins, John Timms, Joseph Michael Linsner Colors: Alex Sinclair,Jeremiah Skipper Published By: DC Entertainment   Harley Quinn #18 gives the reader 2 different stories in one issue. The first story

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Godshaper #1 – Review

3.3 out of 5
Rating: 3.3

Story By: Simon Spurrier Art By: Jonas Goonface Published By: Boom!    Godshaper is another comic with a nod to the dystopian trope; what would happen if something mankind relied on was taken away, how would they live? The concept

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Welcome Back Vol. 2 Review

4 out of 5
Rating: 4

Writer: Christopher Sebela Illustrator: Claire Roe Colors: Jeremy Lawson Published By: BOOM! Studios   Volume 2 of Welcome Back collects issues #5 through #8 and continues the story of Mali and Tessa, but it opens with Lorena. Lorena is a cute

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Planet of the Apes / Green Lantern #3 Review

3.8 out of 5
Rating: 3.8

Story By: Robbie Thompson & Justin Jordan Art By: Barnaby Bagenda Colors By Alex Guimaraes Published By: Boom Studios   If you haven’t read this series just yet, Boom Studios is releasing several issues of crossover characters from DC. Definitely

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Supergirl: Being Super #2 Review

4.5 out of 5
Rating: 4.5

Story By: Mariko Tamaki Art By: Joëlle Jones Colors By: Kelly Fitzpatrick Published By: DC Entertainment   Even though I am a big Supergirl/Powergirl fan, it can be tough keeping your interest in the characters when it comes to the

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Vampblade ’98 Review

3.3 out of 5
Rating: 3.3

Story By: Jason Martin Art By: Arturo Louga/ Rafael Dantas/ Winston Young Colored By: Magno Costa Published By: Action Lab Comics   Before our loveable comic book nerd Katie was slicing and dicing phallic vampires that possess humans, Vampblade ’98

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Slayer #1 Review

Written by: Jon Schnepp Art by: Guiu Vilanova Published by: Dark Horse Comics   Slayer #1 is the starting point to a particularly relevant tale given the time in which the book is emerging. The tale centers around diametrically opposed

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Skybourne #3 Review

Written by: Frank Cho Art by: Frank Cho Letters by: Ed Dukeshire Colored by: Marcio Menyz Published by: Boom Studios   In this third issue of Frank Cho’s Skybourne, we are shown the older man from issue #1; attempting to

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Justice League Vs Suicide Squad #1

Story By: Joshua Williamson Art By: Jason Fabok  Colorist: Alex Sinclair Published By: DC Comics   The long awaited battle between good and …well… anti-hero has begun in Justice League Vs Suicide Squad #1. Perhaps this 6 part event will help

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Sliced Quarterly #4 Review

  The mission of Sliced Quarterly is to do something different, something outside of the usual confines of the sequential storytelling medium. Sliced Quarterly strives to bring you stories to challenge you, to make you think. And this year ending

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