Matthew Brake's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: Monkeys Fighting Robots Reviews: 9
8.4Avg. Review Rating

7.8
2020 Force Works #3

Jun 9, 2020

Force Works 2020 #3 is fun, light superhero fare, that flirts with being too clich and quippy at times, but it has heart.

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9
Anniversary 100-Page Super Spectacular: Green Lantern 80th Anniversary #1

Jun 24, 2020

This issue is a love letter to 80 years of Green Lantern stories. It speaks to our times while having fun along the way.

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8.2
Excalibur (2019) #10

Jun 10, 2020

In Excalibur #10, Betsy deals with her divided loyalties while her brother Jamie plays with reality.

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7.6
Hawkeye: Freefall #6

Jul 1, 2020

Hawkeye Freefall #6 is full of the combination of heart and wit that'd one would expect from a Hawkeye story even as it portends dark things ahead for The World's Greatest Marksman.

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8.6
Legion of Super-Heroes (2019) #6

Jun 16, 2020

Legion of Superheroes #6 continues to expand the world of the 31st century while sowing seeds for future conflicts.

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8
New Mutants (2019) #10

Jun 10, 2020

New Mutants #10 has beautiful artwork, a lot of potential, and a bit too much talking.

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7.2
Nightwing (2016) Annual #3

Jun 19, 2020

Nightwing Annual #3 shows us the Dick Grayson we haven't seen in a long-time in a fun, action-filled adventure.

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10
The Question: The Deaths of Vic Sage #3

Jun 23, 2020

Fans of The Question will love this entry in this series, which plays on the noir components of the character and continues Lemire and company's tale of mystery and intrigue. This is everything a Question tale should be!

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9
Thor (2020) #5

Jun 24, 2020

After a bit of a lag in forward moment in the previous issues, Cates brings Thor and Galactus face-to-face with the Black Winter in this beautifully drawn issue, with a bit of a surprise revelation waiting at the end.

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