Forrest Sayrs's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: Multiversity Comics Reviews: 18
7.1Avg. Review Rating

8.8
America #3

May 15, 2017

This might be issue that will bring you on board if you've been skeptical of America's solo outing so far.

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7.5
Archangel #4

May 1, 2017

While the shift in art is distracting, it shouldn't keep anyone from enjoying the book. Gibson and his co-creator, Michael St. John Smith, have built an impressive world to play with and the only thing I'm worried about is what comes after the limited run wraps up next issue.

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4.8
Archangel #5

Aug 7, 2017

A completely unpleasant issue that does a lot to undermine the quality of the whole.

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6.2
Batwoman (2017) #3

May 22, 2017

One issue of this might have been effective, as evidenced by the excellent #1, but "Batwoman" needs to step it up.

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8.8
Bug: The Adventures of Forager #3

Jul 17, 2017

A fantastic ride through comic history that manages to stay modern.

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6.6
Catalyst Prime: Noble #2

Jun 12, 2017

Phenomenal art isn't enough to compensate for the lack of a cohesive story.

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5.5
Catalyst Prime: Superb #2

Aug 21, 2017

My takeaway from this issue was that the series is still really nascent. It's not a good issue, but that's because there's nothing really here yet to catch on to. A more experienced writer might have started us a little more in media res, and let the school scenes from #1 play out in a later issue, but there's nothing fundamentally bad about "Superb" yet either. I'm definitely coming down on in 'wait and see' camp.

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9.2
Doctor Strange (2015) #24

Aug 28, 2017

A stunning conclusion to a great storyline, this issue has everything you might want from a "Doctor Strange" book.

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9.5
East of West #33

May 29, 2017

Exactly the kind of issue that sets "East of West" head and shoulders above the crowd.

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6.2
Freelance #2

May 8, 2017

An intriguing venture into something new, but needs a lot more polish before it's ready to shine.

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6.9
Hawkeye (2016) #8

Jul 10, 2017

A somewhat messy tangle of plots, kept aloft by impressive art.

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9.2
Hulk (2016) #7

Jun 19, 2017

A very strong start to the second arc of an excellent book.

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3.0
Justice League of America (2017) #11

Jul 31, 2017

There is so much wrong with this issue that I'm running out of word count to deal with it.

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6.8
Monstress #11

Apr 24, 2017

The Status may be Quo, but that's not always a bad thing when the art is this good.

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8.5
Secret Warriors (2017) #5

Aug 14, 2017

An extremely satisfying, classic comic story that leaves the door open for great things to come.

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4.4
Snowfall #9

Jul 3, 2017

An undeniably poor ending to a series that had a lot of promise.

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8.1
Uber: Invasion #6

Jun 5, 2017

With history balanced on the head of a pin, Gillen keeps the stakes high in this ambitious undertaking.

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7.2
Victor LaValle's Destroyer #3

Jul 24, 2017

The message may have gotten muddled, but as a setup for things to come, this issue is ultimately fine.

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