Consider me shocked by the quality of Flashpoint: Grodd of War #1. I truthfully wasn't expecting much, but what I got engaged and entertained me thoroughly. While this book is meant for the Flashpoint diehards, I implore everyone to give it a shot for an interesting done-in-one character portrait of Africa's new ruler. Read Full Review
The final page of this book provides an interesting moment that could lead to a turning of the battle tides in the world of "Flashpoint." Or not. It's hard to tell what's going to be important in this world, and it is even more difficult to find characters worth an emotional investment in this grandiose tale. With Grodd, I've found both. Naturally, it's just a one-shot. The intelligent apes of the DC Universe deserve a chance to shine like this, even if it is only once in a great while. Read Full Review
This is a comic abot a telepathic talking gorilla. It should be fun. But when the only excitement you get is one gorilla ripping off another's head for no purpose other than to showcase what a bad ass he is, you know you're in trouble. Pass. Read Full Review
A pointless exercise in gratuitous violence that does nothing to enlighten us about Grodd's character or the Flashpoint world. Yet another debut that lands this series instantly in the Dropped List"no amount of inspiration in the next two issues can make up for this one. Read Full Review
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