Danny Saab's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: DC Comics News Reviews: 6
7.8Avg. Review Rating

8.0
Green Lanterns #18

Mar 1, 2017

For novice Green Lantern fans, it's the perfect book to get to know this story without knowing any Green Lantern history. It's a very well written book with incredible artwork, and sets up a unique battle to come for sure.

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7.0
Green Lanterns #19

Mar 15, 2017

The difference in covers might confuse some readers, but both look pretty good. Despite the battle at the end, this was a prettydecent issue. Great artwork,with a lot of character development, and sets up what should be a very interesting fight to come.

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10
Suicide Squad (2016) #13

Mar 8, 2017

Williams, combined with incredible art from Romita, Jr. and Barrows, gives us a fantastic issue where good and evil are constantly being tested. There are so many questions left unanswered after this issue, and that's to the testament of the incredible writingby Williams to hook us in, and to make us care aboutthese larger then life villains or heroes, depending on your definition.

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9.0
Suicide Squad (2016) #14

Mar 22, 2017

If you're looking for a great Harley story, or just a great story in general, this issue is it. The two cliffhangers in this issue definitely leave something to look forward to in the next issue.

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7.0
Supergirl (2016) #7

Mar 8, 2017

This issue seems to be a stand alone, and not really part of a bigger storyline. As such, it's not necessarily a "must read" from that stand point, but it certainly builds on Kara's character. There is a nicecameo on the last page which potentially sets up the next story arc. If you're not sure to whom I'm referring, check out Emerald Empress's disappearance in Justice League vs. Suicide Squad #4.

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6.0
Teen Titans (2016) #6

Mar 22, 2017

The banter and chemistry between the Teen Titans was great,but Aqualad's side story did bring the book down for me. I'm not sure why Percy felt it necessary to bring up Aqualad's sexual orientation either. Perhaps it was to demonstrate how hewas feeling different then everyone else, or for shock value. Either way, the story in general fell flat, and made me uninterested in Aqualad, which is really to bad as his character was great in Young Justice. Here's hoping that Percy can make me care about Aqualad again.

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