Victoria Prisco's Comic Reviews

Reviewer For: Comicsverse Reviews: 56
8.8Avg. Review Rating

While some parts of the story are lackluster, NIGHTWING #58 is saved by the brilliant artwork of Travis Moore. Worth checking out if you are interested in seeing the nightmare that is the Joker's daughter.

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WONDER TWINS #2 is a fantastic comic. Mark Russell has revamped the classic Wonder Twins with a more modern, progressive storyline. Adding Beast Boy to the mix was a genius idea. Filled with color and brightness, this issue is also a visual delight.

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ADVENTURES OF THE SUPER SONS #8 is a great comic. Lots of conflict and tension between characters. The artwork is out of this world!

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NIGHTWING #57 is an awesome issue. Visually stunning, this comic balances both romance and horror perfectly. Characters are brought to life in NIGHTWING #57.

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WONDER TWINS #1 is worth checking out. These classic Hanna-Barbera characters have been dusted off and given a fresh coat of paint. The lighthearted humor in this issue is an absolute delight.

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ADVENTURES OF THE SUPER SONS #7 is a decent issue. While some points in the story were lackluster, the visuals are brilliant and eye catching.

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SILENCER #13 dives deep into the Silencer's past. An awesome character-focused comic. Although some of the visuals are subpar, the plot twists and secrets revealed in this issue are too good to pass up.

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NAOMI #1 is a brilliant comic, full of mystery and humor. Visually, the artwork is vibrant and refreshing. The lead character is an inquisitive young girl with a possible connection to Superman. Definitely worth checking out!

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HAWKMAN #8 is emotionally heavy and deep. If you love Superman lore, you'll like this issue. The artwork is incredible and perfectly captures the final day of Krypton.

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NIGHTWING #56 is a decent issue. While some elements are too clean cut, Grayson returning to heroism is a nice change of pace.

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SILENCER #12 is a fantastic issue. If you love action and excitement, this is an issue for you. Jack Herbert's visuals are ripped straight out of an action film. The conflict between Silencer and Talia Al Ghul comes to a roaring boil in SILENCER #12.

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NIGHTWING #55 is a very Scarecrow-centered issue. While the team of Nightwings continues to be disappointing, this comic makes up for it with an interesting villain and amazing visuals that look like they were ripped straight out of an actual horror film. Absolutely worth checking out.

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HAWKMAN #7 is an amazing comic. The visuals are captivating and dark, perfectly capturing the Deathrbringer's devastation and Hawkman's internal strife. Also, Hawkman's past unravels in this revamped storyline for HAWKMAN #7. By far, a must read!

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NIGHTWING #54 is a great issue. The visuals are edgy and well detailed. Grayson's emotionally raw journey to find himself is utterly captivating. However, I'm still not so sure about this new group of Nightwings.

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SILENCER #11 is an epic issue, definitely worth all the hype.A captivating plot with outstanding visuals. This story is a wild ride, full of surprises and plot twists. Guaranteed to leave you hanging on the edge of your seat.

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NIGHTWING #53 is a decent issue. While some of the plot points are a bit uninteresting, Dick Grayson's journey to find himself captivated my attention. Worth reading for the realistic artwork alone!

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HAWKMAN #6 is an awesome issue. The artwork is larger than life, literally. Hawkman teaming up with his longtime ally, Atom, makes this issue worth reading.

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NIGHTWING #52 is an issue worth reading. The artwork brings the city of Bldhaven to life. While there are some weaker plot points, like new vigilantes in Ric's city, Scott Lobdell has written a pretty great storyline for NIGHTWING #52.

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NIGHTWING #51 is a solid issue. The outstanding artwork is a visual spectacle. The characters come to life, right off the page. Other than one or two plot holes, this comic has an intriguing story line that is worth reading.

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HAWKMAN #5 centers around Hawkman and the Atom, teaming up once again, just like old times. As always, the visuals are dynamic and amazing. Although the storyline is becoming repetitive, HAWKMAN #5 is a decent issue worth checking out.

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SILENCER #9 is a solid issue. The visuals by Pat Zircher are amazing. The artwork showcases the sheer power of these characters. Dan Abnett brings us a story full of action and magic. And the ending will leave you hanging on the edge of your seat.

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HAWKMAN #4 is an awesome comic. It's full of mystery and action, thanks to Venditti's exceptional writing. Also, the visuals are breathtaking. Every panel appears to just fly off the page. HAWKMAN #4 is absolutely a must read!

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NIGHTWING #48 is a decent issue. While the story still faces an overly complicated plotline, bringing the Silencer to the party may liven things up. The artwork captures the insanity of the motorcycle race as well as the interesting looking characters from different worlds.

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NIGHTWING ANNUAL #1 is a fantastic issue. Despite some confusing plot points, everything awesome about Nightwing is in this comic. And his relationship with Batgirl is in the spotlight inNIGHTWING ANNUAL #1. Also, Otto Schmidt's art style is vibrant and refreshing, his work is a visual treat.

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SILENCER #8 has its great points and its not so great points. The bright, fun colors of the artwork pop off the page. However, the inclusion of magic in this story seems so out of place. Some of the dialogue also lacks any real emotion.

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DAMAGE #8 is a solid issue. With the introduction of a new character, the Unknown Soldier, the redundant plot line of the Damage series may finally change. Although some facial expression look stiff and lifeless, the face paced nature during the chase scenes is captured in the artwork. Overall, a decent issue.

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HAWKMAN #3 is an incredible issue. Robert Venditti has written such a captivating storyline for Hawkman. The artwork by Bryan Hitch is spectacular, packed with a ton of action and intricate details. You won't be able to put this comic down!

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NIGHTWING #47 is full of surprises, thanks to writer Ben Percy. And the artwork by Chris Mooneyham is stunning. The visuals bring the virtual nightmare to life.

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JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #1 is truly a spectacle. Every scene is executed beautifully. Magic comes to life, right off the pages of this comic. Although some of the characters seem out of place, I am completely spellbound by the plot. This is a story full of magic, mystery, and intrigue. Definitely, a strong start to a new series. If you are a fan of the magical side of the DCU, then JUSTICE LEAGUE DARK #1 is a must read!

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With no DC cameos to get in his way, Ethan Avery has a chance in the spotlight in DAMAGE #7. Yet he didn't shine in this issue. Unfortunately, the plot is beginning to feel repetitive. However, the artwork captures the action-packed moments just as well as the somber ones.

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HAWKMAN #2 is a fantastic issue. The artwork by Bryan Hitch is absolutely breathtaking. His visuals capture the beauty of flight and the intricate details of Hall's past lifetimes. Carter Hall's determination to uncover the truth behind his reincarnations makes him such a captivating character. HAWKMAN #2 is definitely a must-read, especially if you're already a Hawkman fan.

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NIGHTWING #46 is an overall solid issue. Nightwing and Batgirl's working dynamic is engaging and made the focus in this comic. Benjamin Percy's writing and Chris Mooneyham's artwork both do a fantastic job at creating the virtual nightmare plaguing the city.

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SILENCER #6 is an awesome comic. The story is jammed pack with action, suspense, and bloody violence. The artwork adds a layer of gore to the violence featured in this issue. Every panel looks like it was ripped straight from an action movie. Definitely a must read!

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BATMAN: PRELUDE TO THE WEDDING - HARLEY QUINN VS. THE JOKER #1 is an exciting ending to the PRELUDE TO THE WEDDING series. Tim Seeley delivers a real wedding present of a grand finale. The Joker lives up to the hype. The complicated relationship between him and Harley Quinn is center stage in this issue. Sami Basri's artwork is bright and playful and perfectly captures the craziness of these characters.

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BATMAN: PRELUDE TO THE WEDDING - HARLEY VS THE JOKER #1 is an exciting ending to the Prelude to the Wedding series. Tim Seeley delivers a real wedding present of a grand finale. The Joker lives up to the hype. The complicated relationship between him and Harley Quinn is center stage in this issue. Sami Basri's artwork is bright and playful and perfectly captures the craziness of these characters.

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There's good news and bad news when it comes to BATMAN: PRELUDE TO THE WEDDING - RED HOOD VS ANARKY. The good news? Red Hood edginess is highlighted in both the story line and artwork. The visuals accentuate the character's darkness. Bad news? Things like Anarky's quickly resolved plans and weak motives muddle the overall plot line.

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BATMAN: PRELUDE TO THE WEDDING - BATGIRL VS. THE RIDDLER #1 is an awesome one-shot. The artwork is bold and dynamic. The story is great and has an intriguing plot. It's a real battle of wits and both the Riddler and Batgirl are presented at their best in this issue. Absolutely, a must read!

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Although some moments were a bit confusing and unnecessary, the real stars of BATMAN: PRELUDE TO THE WEDDING - NIGHTWING VS HUSH #1 are the characters. The bond between Batman and Nightwing is the focal point of this issue. Tim Seeley brings the character relationships into the spotlight. Also, the artwork by Travis Moore is eye-catching and vibrant. RSVP to this wedding invitation, because BATMAN: PRELUDE TO THE WEDDING - NIGHTWING VS HUSH #1 is a must read!

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NIGHTWING #45 is an interesting issue. Benjamin Percy has brought us an intriguing story about the plague of technology. This will be a villain Nightwing has never faced before and I'm curious to see how he will be able to fight against this computer virus sweeping the city. Perhaps he'll need the Batgirl's help to save the people of Bldhaven. The artwork by Chris Mooneyham never ceases to amaze me. Bldhavenis brought to life in NIGHTWING #45. This issue is definitely worth putting your phone down and reading!

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SILENCER #5 is a roller coaster ride of tension, suspense, and betrayal. Dan Abnett has written a story that will leave you hanging on the edge of your seat. The artwork by Viktor Bogdanovic completely blew me away. SILENCER #5 is, by far, a must read!

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DAMAGE #5 is an overall great comic. The artwork is exciting. The power of Damage and Poison Ivy is captured by the thrilling visuals. The story of Ethan fighting for control over Damage is interesting. Can the monster inside of him be used as a force for good?

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BATGIRL AND THE BIRDS OF PREY #22 is a shocking finale! Julie Benson and Shawna Benson have done justice by these heroines and made them shine. Roge Antonio breathes life into the story with his vibrant artwork. Overall, a great ending to a story arc!

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The art is the real standout of NIGHTWING #44. The artwork by Chris Mooneyham and Nick Filardi is eye-popping and brilliant. For this issue, we have a decent start to a new storyline. I'm curious to see what Benjamin Percy will do next with Nightwing.

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NIGHTWING #43 is a standalone issue worth reading. The story by Michael Moreci is fun, humorous, and loaded with awesome ninja battles. Minkyu Jung's artwork is fantastic, especially during the fight scenes. This boys night out is better than a night of Netflix alone, if you ask me.

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From the awesome artwork by Roge Antonio to the incredibly fast-paced storyline by Shawna and Julie Benson, BATGIRL AND THE BIRDS OF PREY # 21 is a great issue!

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While there's no monster slaying in SCOOBY APOCALYPSE #24, this issue delves deep into the gang's love lives.

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Written by the original creator of Black Lightning, Tony Isabella has brought us a fantastic finale to this special six-part miniseries. With Clayton Henry's amazing artwork that flies right off the page, BLACK LIGHTNING: COLD DEAD HANDS #6 is a must read!

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BATGIRL #21 features Batgirl teaming up with her father, Commissioner Gordon. Their unique dynamic makes for an interesting read. Also, the overall color scheme of this issue was visually pleasing.

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SILENCER #3 is filled with epic fights and violence. The explosive artwork by John Romita Jr. perfectly captures the chaos of the battlefield and the ferocity of the Silencer as an assassin. With an action-packed story by Dan Abnett, Honor Guest is a force to be reckoned with.

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NIGHTWING #41 is the heart-pounding conclusion fans have been waiting for. Sam Humphries has written an epic ending to the long-awaited face-off between Nightwing and the Judge. With spectacular artwork by Bernard Chang, this issue is one you won't forget!

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The writers of BATGIRL AND THE BIRDS OF PREY #20 bring a level of complexity to these heroines. The art by Roge Antonio is really dynamic and captures both the vigilante and human sides of the Birds of Prey. Without a doubt, an awesome read!

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The legendary creator of Black Lightning, Tony Isabella, has written an electrifying new story with the awesome artwork of Clayton Henry. The clash between Black Lightning and his archenemy Tobias Whale is one you won't want to miss!

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This issue is a mixed bag. Some parts of the story were a bit clichd. However, the vibrant artwork and the portrayal of Batgirl as a strong and smart heroine really save the day.

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NIGHTWING #39 intertwines the past and the present with stunning visuals and an outstanding storyline. You can't miss this awesome issue!

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It's a far stretch from the classic Scooby-Doo cartoon. However, with a creative spin on the iconic characters and inclusion of real horrors and monsters, SCOOBY APOCALYPSE #22 it isn't to be overlooked.

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From the remarkable art depicting the corruption of Bldhaven to the intriguing storyline full of mystery and horror, NIGHTWING #38 will leave readers on the edge of their seats as Nightwing clashes with the Judge!

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