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The Good The Bad and the Disappointing S4 E4

Usually I like to be optimisitic when I get my books but this week has got to be one of the worst of the year.  While there were high profile books that should have been good I found them pretty

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Batman Eternal #1

Batman Eternal #1 DC Comics 2014 Story & Script by Scott Snyder & James Tynion IV Consulting Writers are Ray Fawkes, John Layman & Tim Seeley Art by Jason Fabok Colours by Brad Anderson This year’s big weekly Batman event

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The Good, The Bad and the Disappointing S4 E1

Last weeks books was a mix of daddy issues to nothing will stop him from getting the revenge he desires.  Surprisingly though it was pretty easy to be pick out the good, the bad and the disappointing.    

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Superman Wonder Woman #5 Review

Superman Wonder Woman #5 DC Comics Written by Charles Soule Art by Tony S. Daniel We find ourselves catching up with Diana in this book where the last issue left off. Zod has freed Faora and they were able to

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Earth 2 Annual #2 Review

Earth 2 Annual #2 DC Comics  Written by Tom Taylor Art by Robson Rocha The moment has come where we find out the identity of the new Batman in “Earth 2”!  This book lives up to all the speculation, as

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All-Star Western #27 Review

All-Star Western #27 DC Comics 2011 Written by Jimmy Palmiotti & Justin Gray Art by Moritat Colours by Michael Atiyeh There are a couple of things this issue that were more noticeable than ever before.  One is that Moritat’s artwork

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Supergirl #27 Review

Supergirl #27 DC Comics  Written by Tony Bedard  Art by Yildiray Cinar, Ray Mcarthy I have always felt that Supergirl has flown under the radar in the New 52 run. The series is incredibly under rated and  has allowed me

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Harley Quinn #2 Review

Harley Quinn #2 DC Comics 2013 Written by Jimmy Palmiotti & Amanda Conner Art by Chad Hardin & Stephane Roux Colors by Alex Sinclair This book continues to just completely entertain in fun and surprising ways. The opening pages you

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