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10

goated. Don’t listen to the homophobic fake reviews this is the best issue of this book so far. The complex relationship we’re getting between the green and red lanterns is awesome and if one of them was a woman those guys would all agree

Alan Scott: The Green Lantern #4

By: Tim Sheridan, Cian Tormey
Released: Jan 31, 2024

Alan Scott’s learned the Red Lantern’s dark secret! But even if the Green Lantern knows the truth, can he find the will to stop his enemy’s monstrous plans?

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tron - Mar 30, 2024

Your mother is an easy punchline. Speaking of punches, SHE'S the one who requests the donkey punch. So don't go blaming me for that. She's embarrassed by how loose she is. It's either from all the dudes in line before me or cause she gave birth to a kid with such a fat head.

Amazing Psycamorean - Mar 30, 2024

This is perhaps the most insecure response I've ever seen.

tron commented on this:
10

Another amazing issue! This is the only book I'm picking up this week. tbh, probably an 8 or 9 but I'm rating it 10 because of the weirdos who try and tank the rankings every month. If you don't like it, read something else, weirdos! lol

Alan Scott: The Green Lantern #5

By: Tim Sheridan, Cian Tormey
Released: Mar 27, 2024

Alan Scott and the Red Lantern come to blows! But what's going to happen when these two ancient forces battle it out, and what will it mean for the Green Lantern?!

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YuYuHak - Mar 26, 2024

Yup! If it helps balance out the review bombs from that alissa weirdo then count me in.

Hex - Apr 8, 2024

Tron doesn't even review books. He just comes into comments to cry about how Psycamorean makes him pee his pants and only on comics with any semblance of representation or progressive message to them be it, LGBTQIA+, BIPOC, anti-Capitalist concepts or just being a decent person as a message. Not that you should waste your time in doing so but just looking at his likes and comments, its all propping up the bigot brigade that trolls around on here. Neither him nor them are worth their own breath.

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maljoss reviewed Punisher #1 Mar 10, 2022
3.0

Donny Cates can rest easy, we finally have something worse than his Hulk series. This is not only bad, this is dumb.

The art team is strong, and i encourage people to check out their work... on other books. Aaron's Punisher #1 was unreadable.The premise is uninteresting. The opening rehash of the Frank's origin was unnecessary. The main character is unrecognizable.

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Punisher #1

By: Jason Aaron, Jesus Saiz
Released: Mar 9, 2022

WILL THE PUNISHER'S WAR END?

Born of tragedy. Devoted to war. Unstoppable in his rage. As the Punisher, Frank Castle has become the most accomplished killer the world has ever seen. Now it's time for him to face his true destiny. What shocking secret from Frank's past will convince him to take the reins of the Marvel Universe's most notori...

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STEAMEDKRUSTYBURGERS - Mar 14, 2022

This is already better than the both you listed, Frank castle working with a shadow organization makes sense. We’ve also known the hand to have the ability to resurrect people back from the dead (they did it to Elektra) it makes sense in the context of the story, he’s not going to join them without a reason. I think it’s an interesting concept and whether or not it’s good depends on the writer they’ve laid out an interesting foundation. Also, that introduction was for any new readers.

tron - Oct 26, 2023

Pretentious? Pot/kettle situation. Dumbfuckery abounds these days.

tron commented on this:
1.0

I am giving this a 1, only because I can't give it a negative number. You can be a member of, advocate, and ally to the LGBTQ community without reducing gay superheroes to gay stick figures. Retcon of Green Lantern Alan Scott as a victim and of JSA as propaganda for FBI, using "Elseworlds" style story for new DC canon. Total retcon of GL Alan Scott from All-American Comics #16, intended to introdu more

Alan Scott: The Green Lantern #1

By: Tim Sheridan, Cian Tormey
Released: Oct 25, 2023

A POWERFUL TALE OF ALAN SCOTT'S EARLY DAYS AS GREEN LANTERN! Alan Scott's early days as the Green Lantern are seen in a new light! The Green Lantern is the most powerful member of the JSA, beloved by all of America, but his personal life is a well-kept secret. This is a story about love, about fear, and most of all about courage to stand up to that...

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Bats20832 - Oct 25, 2023

Steamed writes: "I’m so happy that the spokesman for all LGBTQ people told us how they all feel." I am not. Neither is Tim Sheridan. That is the actual point if you decided to read my review.

tron - Oct 26, 2023

You either have no brain or you choose not to use it. Bats clearly expressed they were not speaking for all LGBTQ+ people. Any excuse to act indignant eh?

tron reviewed Spider-Man #11 Aug 19, 2023
8.0

I didn't hate it. Straightforward comic book story. I agree Spider-Boy is like an Impulse for the spider family.

Spider-Man #11

By: Dan Slott, Luciano Vecchio
Released: Aug 16, 2023

(RE)INTRODUCING - SPIDER-BOY!
The battle to save the Spider-Verse may be over, but spinning out of the restored Web of Life and Destiny returns the spectacular SPIDER-BOY, Peter Parker's stupendous sidekick! Wait, that can't be right - who IS this Spider-Boy, and what is his connection to the Amazing Spider-Man?!
Rated T

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Screaming Enigma reviewed Hawkgirl #2 Aug 17, 2023
7.5

If the first issue didn't get enough undeserved hate, I knew this was gonna get bombed the second Galaxy said "trans." Does this issue feature a lot of Galaxy? Yes, but that doesn't make this issue bad. I said this in my review of Issue 1 and it still reigns true here. This is not the best book out there right now, but it's still an entertaining read. I liked Kendra and Galaxy's interactions throu more

Hawkgirl #2

By: Jadzia Axelrod, Amancay Nahuelpan
Released: Aug 16, 2023

Hawkgirl’s made a new enemy, but also a new friend. Is Metropolis’s A-Town neighborhood big enough for the both of them? And will Galaxy discover the connection between Hawkgirl’s Nth metal wings and Vulpecula’s plans before it’s too late?

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Screaming Enigma - Aug 18, 2023

Plus, I don't think we really know anything about Katherine, specifically her strength in this case. Either way, it's not something I think deserves a bunch of outrage currently.

Screaming Enigma - Aug 18, 2023

@ Tron, I can agree with you there. I think less people would be upset if DC had promoted it that way instead, but I also don't think this just being called "Hawkgirl" means it deserves some of the hate it's getting. That's just my opinion, at least.

tron reviewed Hawkgirl #2 Aug 15, 2023
3.0

DC has gone out and got a diversity hire to write an LGBTQ+ book in hopes of gaining new readers in an emerging market. Smart if done right but here they again take an established character and begin the process of moving them into a different sexual orientation. I may be wrong and Kendra may not move away from being straight but all the signs so far in this book point to it, which will be weird more

Hawkgirl #2

By: Jadzia Axelrod, Amancay Nahuelpan
Released: Aug 16, 2023

Hawkgirl’s made a new enemy, but also a new friend. Is Metropolis’s A-Town neighborhood big enough for the both of them? And will Galaxy discover the connection between Hawkgirl’s Nth metal wings and Vulpecula’s plans before it’s too late?

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Weird Science Jim - Aug 16, 2023

There have been multiple DC people who have said that DC will not change Kendra - Axelrod said it in an interview as well - seems to be the reason Galaxy is featured so much

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Toonstrack reviewed Hawkgirl #1 Jul 19, 2023
8.5

When i saw this books score after reading it I knew something was off.

Sure enough, some genius hear basically spelled out that he was sent here by some Twitter right winger named Gabe Hernandez so this book is being review bombed.

Why you ask? Same old. It has a scene from a BLM protest and a gay character.

These guys must never tire of taking so many Ls, bur th more

Hawkgirl #1

By: Jadzia Axelrod, Amancay Nahuelpan
Released: Jul 19, 2023

Kendra Saunders, the winged warrior better known as Hawkgirl, has been one of the DCU’s greatest heroes for a long time, serving as a member of both the Justice League and the Justice Society. But with the Justice League disbanded, Kendra decides she needs a fresh start and heads to Metropolis to begin a new life. That life is quickly interrupted...

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Amazing Psycamorean - Aug 22, 2023

The real racist is the one who agrees with and believes racist things, even when black people say them. Thomas Sowell, for instance, is a giant critic of affirmative action, which I assume you agree with since you're criticizing the education system. Affirmative action is a good thing for minorities; it recognizes the socioeconomic imbalance between the different races due to a history of segregation, bigotry and violence.

Amazing Psycamorean - Aug 22, 2023

It allows people who otherwise would be stuck in their station to rise beyond it, instead of continuing a cycle of poverty that would otherwise be impossible to escape. The people against affirmative action are racist people, and Thomas Sowell is one of them.

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Ebonyc reviewed Hawkgirl #1 Jul 18, 2023
1.0

Gender/sexuality ideology with no connection to the titular character. A hot pile of trash from an awful writer. Leftist propaganda disguised as a comic book. All you want to do is read an enjoyable comic book and you get this self insert, social issues trash.

PS: I do have to refer to the art of Amancay Nahuelpan. As always, it's good, but the writing is too terrible to bump the score.

Hawkgirl #1

By: Jadzia Axelrod, Amancay Nahuelpan
Released: Jul 19, 2023

Kendra Saunders, the winged warrior better known as Hawkgirl, has been one of the DCU’s greatest heroes for a long time, serving as a member of both the Justice League and the Justice Society. But with the Justice League disbanded, Kendra decides she needs a fresh start and heads to Metropolis to begin a new life. That life is quickly interrupted...

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tron - Jul 22, 2023 (edited)

I have more 2 say in trying 2 explain myself but it's hard without talking directly. Dealing with some on here pisses me off & I was a bit dickish initially so I apologize. I enjoy fussing so I'll be back 4 other books if u want 2 go back & 4th again. Glad u enjoyed the book though.👍

tron - Jul 22, 2023 (edited)

Not that it matters but I am left myself. If I could vote in this country it would be my party in the current climate. I'm just of a mind like Obama. He said "it's fine 2 be left but you don't have 2 be soooo left". I find it annoying. Either side. Later.

tron reviewed Moon Knight #25 Jul 18, 2023
9.0

Expensive and worth it.

Moon Knight #25

By: Jed MacKay, Alessandro Cappuccio
Released: Jul 12, 2023

MOON KNIGHT'S PAST AND PRESENT COLLIDE, LEADING INTO HIS FIRST EVENT SERIES!
The past comes back to bedevil Moon Knight as he pursues his latest enemy, someone once familiar and new. From grim New York nights to the blazing sun of Alexandria days, Moon Knight hunts for answers among the graves of Hart Island while haunted by the last mission o...

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ComicWorm rated Hawkgirl #1 Jul 18, 2023
1.5

Hawkgirl #1

By: Jadzia Axelrod, Amancay Nahuelpan
Released: Jul 19, 2023

Kendra Saunders, the winged warrior better known as Hawkgirl, has been one of the DCU’s greatest heroes for a long time, serving as a member of both the Justice League and the Justice Society. But with the Justice League disbanded, Kendra decides she needs a fresh start and heads to Metropolis to begin a new life. That life is quickly interrupted...

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The Cheese Man rated Hawkgirl #1 Jul 18, 2023
3.0

Hawkgirl #1

By: Jadzia Axelrod, Amancay Nahuelpan
Released: Jul 19, 2023

Kendra Saunders, the winged warrior better known as Hawkgirl, has been one of the DCU’s greatest heroes for a long time, serving as a member of both the Justice League and the Justice Society. But with the Justice League disbanded, Kendra decides she needs a fresh start and heads to Metropolis to begin a new life. That life is quickly interrupted...

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hesfkshgf reviewed Hawkgirl #1 Jul 18, 2023
1.0

I thought this was a Hawkgirl book?

Hawkgirl #1

By: Jadzia Axelrod, Amancay Nahuelpan
Released: Jul 19, 2023

Kendra Saunders, the winged warrior better known as Hawkgirl, has been one of the DCU’s greatest heroes for a long time, serving as a member of both the Justice League and the Justice Society. But with the Justice League disbanded, Kendra decides she needs a fresh start and heads to Metropolis to begin a new life. That life is quickly interrupted...

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thecimmerian reviewed Hawkgirl #1 Jul 18, 2023
2.0

Dear God, I pre-ordered this. It was 50% off and now I see why. Glad I only went with #1 instead of the whole series. Didn't think they could make me hate Kendra but I was wrong. They made her the most unlikable person in the comic! Isn't that the villains deal. Horrible!

How does DC allow this bs to happen with their intellectual properties time and again? Supposed real critics more

Hawkgirl #1

By: Jadzia Axelrod, Amancay Nahuelpan
Released: Jul 19, 2023

Kendra Saunders, the winged warrior better known as Hawkgirl, has been one of the DCU’s greatest heroes for a long time, serving as a member of both the Justice League and the Justice Society. But with the Justice League disbanded, Kendra decides she needs a fresh start and heads to Metropolis to begin a new life. That life is quickly interrupted...

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Halodystroyer44 reviewed Hawkgirl #1 Jul 18, 2023
2.0

Yeeeesh, oh how It sucks being a Hawk fan these days. I just love how Kendra gets sidelined by Axelrod's OC in her own book. The art is very uninspired as well.

Hawkgirl #1

By: Jadzia Axelrod, Amancay Nahuelpan
Released: Jul 19, 2023

Kendra Saunders, the winged warrior better known as Hawkgirl, has been one of the DCU’s greatest heroes for a long time, serving as a member of both the Justice League and the Justice Society. But with the Justice League disbanded, Kendra decides she needs a fresh start and heads to Metropolis to begin a new life. That life is quickly interrupted...

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ItsJess reviewed Hawkgirl #1 Jul 18, 2023
2.5

It's time to stop.

Hawkgirl #1

By: Jadzia Axelrod, Amancay Nahuelpan
Released: Jul 19, 2023

Kendra Saunders, the winged warrior better known as Hawkgirl, has been one of the DCU’s greatest heroes for a long time, serving as a member of both the Justice League and the Justice Society. But with the Justice League disbanded, Kendra decides she needs a fresh start and heads to Metropolis to begin a new life. That life is quickly interrupted...

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ResearchReader reviewed Hawkgirl #1 Jul 18, 2023
2.5

Some notes so people can understand where I come from in this review.

I have read Axelrod's other work Galaxy: The Prettiest Star (I got it free from someone who was just give the stuff away for free when I picked up other books from them). I would give the fist issue a 5/10.

For this book The art get the 2.5, its good. Fun and nice to look at.

As for the story: more

Hawkgirl #1

By: Jadzia Axelrod, Amancay Nahuelpan
Released: Jul 19, 2023

Kendra Saunders, the winged warrior better known as Hawkgirl, has been one of the DCU’s greatest heroes for a long time, serving as a member of both the Justice League and the Justice Society. But with the Justice League disbanded, Kendra decides she needs a fresh start and heads to Metropolis to begin a new life. That life is quickly interrupted...

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ResearchReader - Jul 20, 2023

Do you not question why Axelrod make these artist choice? This book doesnt deserve more than a 5 just based on some egregious marks of a poor writer: 1) Most of the book is talking and saying what is going on/why things are happening, not showing 2) 2nd Character overshadows Hawkgirl. Axelrod made an active choice to put in enemies that are specifically weak to Galaxys poorly defined powerset (and I am referring to her original series here), to make her appear OP.

ResearchReader - Jul 20, 2023

Axelrod has made several choices which reflect poorly on Hawkgirl. When a writer puts in an OC character, they better be darn good. Galaxy does not merit being in this book. Replace her in the scenes with Superman/PowerGirl doing the heavy lifting. It for one makes more sense and two, wouldnt change the story much. Lastly you keep saying no one is refuting your points. Well I am. This is a terrible character exploration start. Focus on her already established relationships and herownpsychosis

tron reviewed Hawkgirl #1 Jul 18, 2023
3.0

No more agendas. No more self inserts. No more soap boxes. No more character assassinations. We just want good comic book stories. This is an abortion of a comic and deserves to be used as toilet paper. The art is the only good element.

Hawkgirl #1

By: Jadzia Axelrod, Amancay Nahuelpan
Released: Jul 19, 2023

Kendra Saunders, the winged warrior better known as Hawkgirl, has been one of the DCU’s greatest heroes for a long time, serving as a member of both the Justice League and the Justice Society. But with the Justice League disbanded, Kendra decides she needs a fresh start and heads to Metropolis to begin a new life. That life is quickly interrupted...

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Amazing Psycamorean reviewed Wonder Woman #792 Mar 17, 2023
7.5

I wonder why DC Fan of Sorts didn't include the male writer of the writing team in his comment. Curious.

EDIT: I was hasty to make fun of DC Fan of Sorts. He did include the male writer in his comment. In an effort to remain transparent, I'll leave the original review above. From here on out, I'll just make fun of all the other aspects of his character. 🙏

Wonder Woman #792

By: Becky Cloonan, Marguerite Sauvage
Released: Oct 12, 2022

Cheetah's gone wild! After serving as the test subject for an immoral corporation's latest product, Barbara Minerva has all but lost her humanity and it's up to Wonder Woman to remind her who she really is. Will their former friendship be the key to survival? Or are our hero and the helpless villain doomed to become extinct? Plus, in our backup sto...

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tron - Jul 2, 2023

Principles are wonderful. The problem is you have a moral compass but it appears you always carry a magnet in your pocket. The priggishness is that you know it's there but won't remove it.

Amazing Psycamorean - Jul 2, 2023

You're basically trying to get at me for not foregoing my principles for the sake of strangers online liking me more. I don't think there's room to budge on a lot of these issues.

tron reviewed Creed: The Next Round #1 Jul 1, 2023
6.0

If you like Creed you may like this. It's run of the mill.

Creed: The Next Round #1

By: LaToya Morgan, Wilton Santos
Released: Jun 28, 2023

Ten years after the events of the blockbuster Creed III, Amara Creed is on her own path, stepping outside her father Adonis Creed's shadow and training like there's no tomorrow.
But when her division opponents no longer present a challenge, Amara's drive will have her following in her father's footsteps, going underground.
She'll also need ...

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tron reviewed Detective Comics #1073 Jul 1, 2023
5.5

This book is a mess. We started with such promise didn't we? What happened? At least it doesn't read like a child wrote it, it's just dull as hell.

Detective Comics #1073

By: Ram V, Ivan Reis
Released: Jun 28, 2023

Where there's a will, there's a way. And for Bruce, that will is Batman...because myths don't bleed, right? Well, Batman, with the last ounce of strength he has, will have to test that theory out with the Orghams as he fights through Prince Arzen's three powerful protectors to find out. Hope is not all lost, though, as Jim Gordon and Sorrow rush th...

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hesfkshgf rated Tim Drake: Robin #10 Jun 28, 2023
1.0

Tim Drake: Robin #10

By: Meghan Fitzmartin, Nikola Cizmesija
Released: Jun 28, 2023

Robin and Batwoman are trapped in the lair of the Chaos Monsters! Will they be able to escape with their sanity intact?

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rogerje rated Tim Drake: Robin #10 Jun 28, 2023
1.5

Tim Drake: Robin #10

By: Meghan Fitzmartin, Nikola Cizmesija
Released: Jun 28, 2023

Robin and Batwoman are trapped in the lair of the Chaos Monsters! Will they be able to escape with their sanity intact?

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2.0

Tim Drake: Robin #10

By: Meghan Fitzmartin, Nikola Cizmesija
Released: Jun 28, 2023

Robin and Batwoman are trapped in the lair of the Chaos Monsters! Will they be able to escape with their sanity intact?

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3.0

Tim Drake: Robin #10

By: Meghan Fitzmartin, Nikola Cizmesija
Released: Jun 28, 2023

Robin and Batwoman are trapped in the lair of the Chaos Monsters! Will they be able to escape with their sanity intact?

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LoveAndLoss reviewed Tim Drake: Robin #10 Jun 30, 2023
1.0

Here we are, the final issue.

To start, yes, the ending felt rushed. However, I don't think that's something anyone on the team can be blamed for given the way this was abruptly canceled mid-arc. In that situation, you do what you can to create some sort of ending place, which means there are a lot of loose strings left unattended to. Could this have benefitted from a few extra pages a more

Tim Drake: Robin #10

By: Meghan Fitzmartin, Nikola Cizmesija
Released: Jun 28, 2023

Robin and Batwoman are trapped in the lair of the Chaos Monsters! Will they be able to escape with their sanity intact?

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RKS reviewed Tim Drake: Robin #10 Jul 1, 2023
2.0

An ending to a series that should of on paper been a very long run. DC has no one to blame but themselves for their own failings. When you can't get more than 10 issues due to low sales for an established character that had a previous run of 183 issues the problem isn't the chracter it's the writer.

Tim Drake: Robin #10

By: Meghan Fitzmartin, Nikola Cizmesija
Released: Jun 28, 2023

Robin and Batwoman are trapped in the lair of the Chaos Monsters! Will they be able to escape with their sanity intact?

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thecimmerian reviewed Tim Drake: Robin #10 Jun 28, 2023
3.0

And......it's over! Thank God. This issue is another in the long line of failures from Fitzmartin. She takes great pains to express to us how great a detective Tim is in this series and yet she allows him to be a buffoon who can't use common enough sense to not jump on a boat in broad daylight in front of God and everyone and basically expose his identity to the world. She also has the brillia more

Tim Drake: Robin #10

By: Meghan Fitzmartin, Nikola Cizmesija
Released: Jun 28, 2023

Robin and Batwoman are trapped in the lair of the Chaos Monsters! Will they be able to escape with their sanity intact?

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tron reviewed Tim Drake: Robin #10 Jul 1, 2023
2.0

The final failure by Meghan Fitzmartin on Robin is here. Does DC have a charity program for writers? Is that how such a writer is hired time and again despite constant fan backlash? When she gets her own series she gets torn apart in the reader reviews. Even the comic book sites can't always suck up to DC when it comes to her. DC can't hide her lack of talent this way or gouge extra money out more

Tim Drake: Robin #10

By: Meghan Fitzmartin, Nikola Cizmesija
Released: Jun 28, 2023

Robin and Batwoman are trapped in the lair of the Chaos Monsters! Will they be able to escape with their sanity intact?

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tron reviewed Catwoman #56 Jun 20, 2023
3.5

Great cover. Other than that it's just the same old problems we get in all the previous issues.....Tini Howard.

Catwoman #56

By: Tini Howard, Marcus To
Released: Jun 21, 2023

What's the saying--two cats are better than one? Unless you're in Gotham and the two Cats in question disagree on how the city should be run. With Selina freshly out of jail, Eiko Hasigawa has some unfinished business as Catwoman that Selina confronts her about. Meanwhile, Selina has some unfinished business of her own...and pays a visit her sister...

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