Bombshells: United #17

Writer: Marguerite Bennett Artist: Siya Oum Publisher: DC Comics Release Date: December 13, 2017 Cover Price: $0.99 Critic Reviews: 6
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Talia’s tour of the labyrinth has led Batwoman and Renee to a shock—the Cheetah arrived at the Lazarus Pits before they did! 

  • 10
    DC Comics News - Shean Mohammed May 2, 2018

    Buy, as this book shows the reader the casualties of war by furnishing those mortalities in beloved long-time characters. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    The Fandom Post - Chris Beveridge Dec 18, 2017

    It's a solid enough foundation to understand the past of Black Adam and why he's such a harsh ruler in Spain in the present, but none of it's really new here. I like Oum's artwork as there are some great panels and the presentation for Adam himself is solid. But beyond that this is largely a forgettable installment unless you're a massive Black Adam fan and enjoy various takes on his past and path to who we know him as today in all the various forms. Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Geek Dad - Ray Goldfield May 2, 2018

    Overall, I did very much enjoy this issue, but there's a lot to resolve in only forty more pages. Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    ComicBook.com - Jenna Anderson May 2, 2018

    While the art gets a little muddy here and there, the whole issue comes together in a pretty nice way, serving up a worthy third act for the Bombshells. Read Full Review

  • 4.0
    Comics: The Gathering - Olivier Roth May 2, 2018

    On the art front, J. Nanjan has been the colourist throughout this series, but for some reason, seems to have been rushed in this issue. At times, the colours compliment Oum’s pencils, but other times flatten the pencils out completely making it look, dare I say, amateurish. It’s too bad that this is happening with the end of the series on the horizon. Read Full Review

  • 2.0
    Comic Book Bin - Philip Schweier May 2, 2018

    I had such hopes when I first picked up this series. I liked the idea, but DC has allowed Marguerite Bennett to hit single notes only. For a book with United in the title, it doesnt seem to be very cohesive, other than the common thread of 1940s versions of female super-heroes. And thats not enough to sustain the series, in my opinion. Read Full Review

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