Noelle Reyes's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: AIPT Reviews: 7
8.6Avg. Review Rating

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Batman (2016) #108

May 4, 2021

Batman #108 introduces Miracle Molly to the mix, a dynamic, memorable character that although is part of a crew that's nowhere near as intriguing as her persona, could develop the plot in exciting ways. Tynion IV continues to connect the threads all leading up to the inevitable events of Future State,as well as adding new storytelling elementsin another strong issue.

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BRZRKR #2

Apr 27, 2021

The violent intensity in BRZRKR #2 somehow surpasses the first issue and its bloody, visceral art continues to place the series as a visually violent paradise. Although the art is definitely the strongest factor, we're still wondering whether the high technology of the 21st century will achieve B's wishes. B's struggle is ultimately what will keep this series worth following " but if you're hungry for more of the kinetic action revealed so far, BRZRKR #2 won't disappoint.

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Jenny Zero #1

Apr 15, 2021

Jenny Zero #1 is a fun adventure that captures the chaotic glee of slaying monsters, partying hard, and teenage recklessness. Following Jenny's shaken and imperfect attempt to become a hero, this is pure over-the-top kaiju action.

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Karmen #2

Apr 13, 2021

While Karmen #2 lacks the expository dialogue found in issue #1, it makes up for it with its visually striking art and innovative page layouts. An ethereal and quirky narrative about heartbreak and the human condition, curiosity is right around the corner as we lead into the next issue.

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9
Nocterra #2

Apr 6, 2021

Nocterra #2 not only highlights themes such as heaven and hell, but Tony S. Daniel's art and Tomeu Morey's colors truly illuminate the pages. From the grotesque anatomy of a Shade to flickering, neon lights, almost every panel features a dynamic and captivating aesthetic that perfectly captures the post-apocalyptic mood. A great issue that continues Val's journey.

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9
Nocterra #3

May 4, 2021

The action has truly kicked into high gear as Val's escape takes a turn for the worst in this addictive post-apocalyptic series. Snyder does a fantastic job building on the dynamics between various characters and the tension continually leaves us on the edge of our seats. Daniel and Morey's art and colors continue to beautifully capture a gritty post-apocalyptic setting. This is simply another must-read issue.

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9
Undone By Blood: The Other Side of Eden #2

Apr 13, 2021

Undone By Blood Or The Other Side of Eden#2 continues to juxtapose two pulpy eras of American culture and invigorates an enthusiasm for neo-noir Western thrillers. The entire creative team proves they're connoisseurs of one of the most sublime heist stories imaginable. An exquisite issue with entertaining visual work and a superb heist story, issue #2 continues to live up to its well-loved reputation and ramps up the excitement.

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