Connor Casey's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: ComicBook.com Reviews: 41
6.6Avg. Review Rating

The sense of duty, loss and sacrifice is strongly felt throughout the book and it all feels earned.

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Fans of the show, or of wrestling in general, need to give this a shot.

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If you've ready any science fiction story with themes of colonization, nature vs. technology or usage of natural resources, then you already know beat for beat what's going to happen in Sonata #1.

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If you're a fan of that, this will feel right at home, but readers looking for a more modern take don't need to rush out and grab this one.

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DCeased follows up its knockout debut with a heart-wrenching second issue this week.

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The issue continues the side story's excellent pace and somber tone, all while careening towards a climax that will likely be heartwarming or heartbreaking, if not both.

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While it still hasn't reached must-read status for the "War of the Realms" event, it's got a couple of gotcha moments from Spider-Man and a smattering of action.

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This is worth a read for fans of all four characters, even if you're not knee-deep in every issue of the event.

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This story needs to start picking up the pace.

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Dial H for Hero continues to be a pleasant surprises for DC's Wonder Comics line. Three issues in and writer Sam Humphries has mastered the balancing act of having heartfelt characters, comedic timing and fun takes on various superhero tropes.

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Small talk between various groups is the order of the day for G.I. Joe: Real American Hero #262, so don't expect any action out of this one.

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Looney Tunes #249 is two-thirds of a great comic.

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If you're a fan of the book, this visual adaptation might somehow be fulfilling. But if this is your first exposure to the series, you'll likely find it incredibly dry and plodding.

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Spider-Man & The League of Realms is yet another "War of the Realms" tie-in that, while enjoyable enough, doesn't add much to the ongoing story arc.

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Samurai Jack stories have always relished on deliberate pacing, but this one felt like it was sprinting to get Jack up, out, and on to the next location.

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After a solid opening issue, Symbiote Spider-Man #2 takes takes a slight step backwards as the plot meanders up until Spidey's starts trading punches with a new mutant, Hardrock.

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Even if this is your first time with this series it's worth a read.

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So in order to make a zombie story stand out in 2019 you need two things " a killer spin on the usual narrative and the right atmosphere to match it. And by some miracle, DCeased has both.

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It makes for a cool little character piece if you're interested in any of the five members, and there's some funny banter in there as well. But this isn't an absolute must-read for fans of the ongoing event.

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While Young Justice continues to take its sweet time giving away any answers, this issue proves that the series can be much more emotionally resonating when the there aren't half a dozen characters on the page all trying to out-quip each other.

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Even if you're not into the rest of the event, definitely give this a read.

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While it's cool to see Ralph Macchio (no, not that one) back in the writing chair, Avengers: Edge of Infinity is nothing to write home about.

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While the writing comes off as unusually clunky at times, the twist at the end will leave you smacking your head wondering how you missed it the first time around.

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After the spot-on Rob Liefeld parody in the series' opening issue, Dial H for Hero managed to top itself this month by nailing a hysterical Dragon Ball imitation.

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Gane's art style of detailed backgrounds and muted colors perfectly fits with the tone, and the ending promises a story that's more heart-wrenching than horror.

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The second half of the Spider-Man: Far From Home prelude once again recaps the events from Spider-Man: Homecoming without giving readers any new information.

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While this all read better in novel form, as a comic it leaves many fans feeling like Shadow Moon, impatient and ready to get to the point.

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Netho Diaz's detailed artwork for the action scenes continues to be the book's highlight.

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It's a fun read overall and a nice supplementary addition to the ongoing event.

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Peter David and artist Greg Land's Symbiote Spider-Man miniseries is the stuff of dreams for continuity enthusiasts, putting Peter Parker back in the black suit right before the iconic "Alien Costume Saga" began.

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Dan Abnett does a solid job the final installment of the "Into The Bleed" story arc balancing the action (a brawl between the Titans and Mother Blood) and the emotional moments (a conversation between Raven and a pre-shot Nightwing) that have made his run on the book work so well.

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While the A-plot features an entertaining extraction mission led by Cover Girl, GI Joe: A Real American Hero #260 keeps having its story screech to a grinding halt to give a handful of other subplots a page or two's worth of advancement.

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Black Panther is the latest hero to be brought into IDW's all-ages Marvel Action line. And while the story isn't a big attention-grabber (Wakanda getting blasted by deadly weather) it is a nice place for fans of the MCU incarnation of the character to jump in and start reading.

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While it makes for a bit of an awkward experience if you're reading digitally, writer Eve L. Ewing clearly has fun with the dual-sided perspective in the opening issue of the returning Marvel Team-Up, which sees Spider-Man and Ms. Marvel join forces to take on The Jackal.

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While Bendis' snappy dialogue is fun at first, by this issue readers will likely start wishing a few of the characters would shut up for a second so somebody can bother to explain what's going on.

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This issue shows the building blocks for a compelling side story, and it's worth checking out to see what they do with three more issues.

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The action is solid, Doc Shaner's arrival as the book's new artist is a welcome change and the teased return of another classic villain in the final panels hints at some interesting future events.

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This could be a fun one to follow.

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Fans of the show should give this a read.

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The latest issue of DC's Looney Tunes is headlined by Bugs Bunny in a "Jack and the Beanstalk" parody. And if that sounds familiar, it's because the show did it too with "Beanstalk Bunny" way back in the day. Unfortunately, this version doesn't feature Daffy Duck or Elmer Fudd as The Giant, and it's drained of most of its comedic timing as a result.

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If you're looking for any sort of insight into the plot of Spider-Man: Far From Home, don't bother here.

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