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Odin06 reviewed Justice League #1 Jun 12, 2018
9.0

This is what the Justice League was supposed to be since the beginning of Rebirth. I didn't like the humor around Batman or the several mentions to the old Superfriends cartoon (which I consider bad because it remembers the terrible days of DC before the first crisis), but overall, it was a very good edition.

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Justice League #1

By: Scott Snyder, Jim Cheung
Released: Jun 6, 2018

"THE TOTALITY" part one! A brand-new era begins here! Comics legends Scott Snyder and Jim Cheung launch the Justice League into a cosmos-shaking mystery that will draw out their most terrible foes...in ways our heroes couldn't possibly imagine! In this debut issue, Martian Manhunter struggles to protect the team from an incoming threat that will sh...

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Odin06 reviewed X-Men: Blue #27 May 10, 2018
9.0

Bunn is doing a very good job with Magneto in this series, presenting a solid and convincing leader. I didn't like the original squad and just started reading this title after they disappeared, but I'm really enjoying this book now. And of course, Marcus To art is also excellent.

X-Men: Blue #27

By: Cullen Bunn, Marcus To
Released: May 9, 2018

• With the Original Five X-Men lost in space, a new team of mutants has emerged to face the White Queen, Havok, Miss Sinister and Bastion!
•  But while the new X-Men are away, the Marauders will play, striking viciously at Magneto.
•  Magneto is forced to make a terrible decision, leading him ever clo...

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Odin06 reviewed Justice League: No Justice #1 May 9, 2018
10

Simply perfect. An epic story worthy of DC's mith and legacy. And also very important: This is the start of a new and improved era for the Justice League and Earth's heroes.

Justice League: No Justice #1

By: Scott Snyder, Francis Manapul
Released: May 9, 2018

DARK NIGHTS: METAL left the DCU transformed in ways both terrifying and wondrous-and only the Justice League is strong enough to face the threats to come...or are they? Four giant beings comprised of the universe's major energies-Mystery, Wonder, Wisdom and Entropy-who sustain their life force by devouring planets are on their way to destroy the pl...

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Odin06 reviewed Infinity Countdown #1 May 4, 2018
6.0

Compared to Jim Starlin's previews Infinity series, this one doesn't bring anything new or really exciting in my opinion. And although I am happy to see Adam Warlock finally getting some attention, his new costume is terrible.

Infinity Countdown #1

By: Gerry Duggan, Aaron Kuder
Released: Mar 7, 2018

The Saga of the Infinity Stones begins!
As the Infinity Stones reappear around the cosmos, the ultimate race for power is on!! Battles will be fought, blood will be spilled, lives will be lost... all as the greatest cosmic heroes and villains vie for possession of the Power Stone, towering over a remote asteroid, somehow grown to the size of a...

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Odin06 reviewed Action Comics #1000 Apr 19, 2018
10

This issue shows exactly what a true hero is. Excellent work.

Action Comics #1000

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Rafael Albuquerque
Released: Apr 18, 2018

Retailers: This issue will ship with ten covers. Please see the order form for details.
Celebrate 1000 issues of Action Comics with an all-star lineup of top talent as they pay tribute to the comic that started it all! From today's explosive action to a previously unpublished tale illustrated by the legendary Curt Swan to the Man ...

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Odin06 reviewed Weapon H #2 Apr 18, 2018
9.5

This series is very good. Great leading character (he isn’t just an angry Hulk/Wolverine fusion, he is an honorable soldier, driven by his sense of duty and love for his family), and great story. If you are looking for something featuring adult characters in a more "traditional marvel way", give this book a try. I'm sure you won't regret it.

Weapon H #2

By: Greg Pak, Cory Smith
Released: Apr 18, 2018

  BEAST MODE!
AWOL Part 2
•  Hiding out in the Canadian wilderness from greedy corporate warmongers, Clay (A.K.A. WEAPON H) searches for peace and solitude...
•  But a series of grisly murders in a local mining town stand in his way!
•  GUEST-STARRING THE MASTER OF MYSTIC ARTS, DOCTOR STRANGE!
Rated T+

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Odin06 reviewed Titans #22 Apr 18, 2018
5.5

Too much drama and a very empty story. Again.


But Paul Pelletier's art, as always, is very good.

Titans #22

By: Dan Abnett, Paul Pelletier
Released: Apr 11, 2018

"Titans Apart" part three! As Arsenal follows the trail of a conspiracy that no one else can see, he finds himself at the mercy of Cheshire, who's both a deadly assassin and his ex! Only Donna Troy takes Roy at his word, but she's trapped in the Watchtower... and must escape to save the man she loves!

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Herushalaim reviewed Titans #22 Apr 11, 2018
5.5

I felt bored by this issue. I normally love Mallah and the Brain but here they just serve to drag down the pacing. And Batman's coordinating with the Justice League was also oddly boring. The only moment that I enjoyed was the ending.

Titans #22

By: Dan Abnett, Paul Pelletier
Released: Apr 11, 2018

"Titans Apart" part three! As Arsenal follows the trail of a conspiracy that no one else can see, he finds himself at the mercy of Cheshire, who's both a deadly assassin and his ex! Only Donna Troy takes Roy at his word, but she's trapped in the Watchtower... and must escape to save the man she loves!

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mrDovydas reviewed Titans #22 Apr 13, 2018
7.0

I can't remember the last time I was excited about this book. It's decent, but there's nothing for me to care about it. Especially with most of the Titans not even showing up anymore. The story isn't bad at all and the art is decent, but I am definitely getting bored.

Titans #22

By: Dan Abnett, Paul Pelletier
Released: Apr 11, 2018

"Titans Apart" part three! As Arsenal follows the trail of a conspiracy that no one else can see, he finds himself at the mercy of Cheshire, who's both a deadly assassin and his ex! Only Donna Troy takes Roy at his word, but she's trapped in the Watchtower... and must escape to save the man she loves!

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Odin06 reviewed Titans #21 Apr 18, 2018
6.0

Too much drama and a very empty story. Again. Roy "beating" Dick and Wally was ridiculous and VERY unrealistic. I won’t even comment the fact that there was no reason for him to attack them.
But Paul Pelletier's art, as always, is very good.

Titans #21

By: Dan Abnett, Paul Pelletier
Released: Mar 14, 2018

"Titans Apart" part two! Arsenal hits rock bottom when he is betrayed by his closest ally and left for dead, and to make matters worse, his oldest friends, the former Titans, don't seem to trust him anymore. How far will Roy Harper go to discover the truth behind the conspiracy that no one else can see? And will the truth set him free...or will it ...

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Odin06 reviewed Nightwing #43 Apr 18, 2018
9.0

Personally, I got very relieved when Humpries left the title because I wasn't liking the way he was working with Nightwing. I found last issue interesting, but this one, I really liked. I am a big fan of Minkyu Jung art and liked very much how Michael Moreci portrays Nightwing; a calm and light person, but also a leader and someone who can put people together through empathy and respect.

Nightwing #43

By: Michael Moreci, Minkyu Jung
Released: Apr 18, 2018

"THE BRAVE, THE OBNOXIOUS AND THE INEPT"! All Dick Grayson wants is a night to himself. But when Robin and Arsenal come calling in need of his help, Dick has to throw on his Nightwing costume and get to work. Before he knows it, he's neck-deep in League of Assassin ninjas and trying to stop Arsenal's sometime-girlfriend from killing them all-assumi...

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Odin06 reviewed Weapon H #1 Mar 22, 2018
10

I was really impressed when I read this issue. In the last years, marvel was infested by teenager social justice propaganda, and as a man who grew up reading marvel comics in the 80', I decided to put aside everything that came from the company. In this particular case, I was expecting an empty story, with a hallow character and no plot at all; just blood and senseless action.

But Weapo more

Weapon H #1

By: Greg Pak, Cory Smith
Released: Mar 21, 2018

AWOL Part 1
The Weapon X Program has done it again! At the cost of their own destruction, they've completed their biggest and possibly most dangerous experiment yet... With the strength of the Hulk and the rage and claws of Wolverine comes WEAPON H!
It's been some time since Weapon H escaped and destroyed his creators. Now, our hero is on t...

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Odin06 reviewed Flash #40 Feb 14, 2018
10

Excellent story and art. I am very happy to see Wally West (the original one) getting a central role in this saga. This storyline promisses to be one of the best modern Flash sagas in many, many years.

Flash #40

By: Joshua Williamson, Carmine Di Giandomenico
Released: Feb 14, 2018

"PERFECT STORM" part two! Gorilla Grodd is after Central City's Speed Force, and The Flash is on the run! But the one thing Barry Allen can't outrun is the truth...and his nemesis knows a terrible secret about the Fastest Man Alive.

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Odin06 reviewed Titans #20 Feb 14, 2018
7.5

The story is moving in a very slow pace, and this is not something good when you are dealing with a montly title that features a team. Even though, the characters are well portrayed and Pelletier's art is simply stunning. I really hope he becomes the regular artist of this series in a near future.

Titans #20

By: Dan Abnett, Paul Pelletier
Released: Feb 14, 2018

"Titans Apart" part one! After the Titans are forced into a hiatus by the Justice League, Roy Harper, a.k.a. Arsenal, finds himself without a team-but not without a purpose-as he investigates the rise of a dangerous new drug running rampant in the streets of New York City. But Arsenal isn't alone-his ex, Cheshire, has joined him on his mission! But...

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Odin06 reviewed Rise of the Black Panther #1 Feb 12, 2018
10

Excellent story and art. It is very rare nowadays to see something with this quality level from Marvel. My most sincere congratulations to the writers and artists involved.

Rise of the Black Panther #1

By: Ta-Nehisi Coates, Paul Renaud
Released: Jan 3, 2018

SECRET ORIGIN OF THE BLACK PANTHER Part 1
Just in time for the highly anticipated film, witness the early years of the man who will come to rule one of the most scientifically advanced countries in the world! Wakanda has always kept itself isolated from Western society, but that's all about to change. Young T'Challa knows he is destined to beco...

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Odin06 reviewed Rise of the Black Panther #2 Feb 12, 2018
10

Excellent story, character´s characterization and art. I was really impressed.

Rise of the Black Panther #2

By: Narcisse, Paul Renaud
Released: Feb 7, 2018

SECRET ORIGIN OF THE BLACK PANTHER Part 2
•  T'Challa has finally taken up his crown! But the new king will find old wounds festering.
•  When Wakandans go missing, the Black Panther goes on the prowl - and his path
will lead far beyond the borders of his isolated country.
•  Monarch meets monarch as Namor, the King of ...

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Odin06 reviewed Nightwing #38 Feb 7, 2018
6.0

As happened in the preview issues, the art is very good, one of the best this title had in the Rebirth era. But the story and the character characterization, in my opinion, are not going well. One thing that is really bothering me in this arc is that Nightwing is suing absolutely nothing of the arsenal/resources he has in his costume. The costume (that is bullet proof and impact resistant accordin more

Nightwing #38

By: Sam Humphries, Bernard Chang
Released: Feb 7, 2018

"THE UNTOUCHABLE-INFILTRATION"! Another day in Blüdhaven, another death tied to the Judge of all Creation. The clues lead Nightwing to Guppy, who was there when the first murder occurred. If Nightwing can't stop the Judge, maybe Dick Grayson can.

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Odin06 reviewed Ragman #1 Jan 27, 2018
9.0

Excellent.

Ragman #1

By: Ray Fawkes, Inaki Miranda
Released: Oct 11, 2017

After a failed mission to raid a tomb in the Israeli Desert, war veteran Rory Harper is plagued by the death of his partners. As Rory battles his guilt back in Gotham City, he discovers that what was in that tomb has followed him home, and it's about to change his life. But as Rory begins his journey, an evil is invading Gotham City, and it wants w...

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9.0

Very good art and story. Since it is the first issue featuring a character that is not present in the DC universe for some years, I think it would be good to best explain his powers, but this is a very good issue nonetheless.

Black Lightning: Cold Dead Hands #1

By: Tony Isabella, Clayton Henry
Released: Nov 1, 2017

All-new mini-series by original creator Tony Isabella teamed with superstar artist Clayton Henry! Black Lightning is back and things are not the same! In his home town of Cleveland, high school teacher Jefferson Pierce is a role model for his students. As Black Lightning, he's fighting to keep them safe, even as his city's streets are invaded by lo...

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Odin06 reviewed Teen Titans #15 Jan 21, 2018
9.0

Excellent characters, very nice story and great art.

Teen Titans #15

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Francis Manapul
Released: Dec 27, 2017

"SUPER SONS OF TOMORROW" part three! The Batman of Tomorrow reveals himself to the Teen Titans to recruit them to his cause. But the reunion gives way to the big question: is the life of an innocent child worth more than the lives of millions? It's the Teen Titans vs. the Super Sons in the battle you've been waiting for!
RATED T

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mrDovydas reviewed Titans #19 Jan 11, 2018
7.0

The issue is decent, but the Titans act like kids and why is Juctice League even bothered, anyways?

Titans #19

By: Dan Abnett, Paul Pelletier
Released: Jan 10, 2018

"Who is Troia?" The Titans attempt to regain their balance after their epic clash with Troia-Donna's villainous future self-and look toward a brighter tomorrow. But the Justice League wants answers about Donna Troy's true nature, and they'll get them-even if it means shutting down the Titans for good!
RATED T

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Odin06 - Jan 21, 2018

Completely agree.

Odin06 reviewed Titans #19 Jan 21, 2018
6.5

The Titans were always my favorite superhero book, since I was a child and read the first run of Marv Wolfman and George Peres. Unfortunately, despite the excellent art this issue presented, the book has little to offer besides drama. I really hope things change for better in the future.

Titans #19

By: Dan Abnett, Paul Pelletier
Released: Jan 10, 2018

"Who is Troia?" The Titans attempt to regain their balance after their epic clash with Troia-Donna's villainous future self-and look toward a brighter tomorrow. But the Justice League wants answers about Donna Troy's true nature, and they'll get them-even if it means shutting down the Titans for good!
RATED T

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Odin06 reviewed Super Sons #11 Jan 21, 2018
10

Excellent story, and I was very happy to see Conner and Bart again.

Super Sons #11

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Dec 20, 2017

"SUPER SONS OF TOMORROW" part two! The Super Sons are on the run after discovering Superboy's dark destiny. Will Robin be able to protect his friend from the Batman of Tomorrow?
RATED T

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Odin06 reviewed Nightwing #37 Jan 21, 2018
7.0

The story is developing in a very slow way, what isn´t very good even for a bi-montly book. The art cover and the present-time story art were very good.

Nightwing #37

By: Sam Humphries, Klaus Janson
Released: Jan 17, 2018

"THE UNTOUCHABLES: RUTHLESS"! Nightwing's investigation leads him to a former costumed crimefighter and ally! In a special flashback issue illustrated by superstar artist Klaus Janson, Dick Grayson will revisit his time as Robin and see if his past mistakes are the key to the mystery he must resolve today!
RATED T

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Odin06 reviewed Aquaman #32 Jan 18, 2018
1.0

First of all, I know this grade seems to be unfair, or exaggeration, but I would like to make a point here that I know some will agree with.
Aquaman is an important character in the DC Mythos, but, for many years, he´s been target of mockery everywhere. Some years ago, Geoff Johns has made a superb work with the character, presenting a powerful and imposing hero, a warrior and a born leader more

Aquaman #32

By: Dan Abnett, Ricardo Federici
Released: Jan 17, 2018

"the crown comes down" part two! As Aquaman's resistance against King Rath gains momentum, a new kingpin of crime emerges from the Atlantean underworld-King Shark! But whose side is he on? He could be a powerful ally to the Undercurrent...or a dangerous new agent of evil!  
RATED T

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Odin06 reviewed Nightwing #36 Jan 13, 2018
7.0

I like the art of the book, but the story, although not bad, isn´t very interesting, unfortunately.

Nightwing #36

By: Sam Humphries, Bernard Chang
Released: Jan 3, 2018

"THE UNTOUCHABLES: RELENTLESS"! Bodies are piling up in Blüdhaven! Tracking down the killer will lead Nightwing into a web of corruption and intrigue-and put him in the crosshairs! Dick Grayson's greatest cold case is coming back to haunt him, and if he doesn't solve it this time, it could destroy everything he's built in his adopted hometown....

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Odin06 reviewed Nightwing #35 Jan 13, 2018
7.5

Humpries started well the story, and Chang art is very good. Personally, I didn´t like Dick Grayson new "profession", but let´s wait and see how things go.

Nightwing #35

By: Sam Humphries, Bernard Chang
Released: Dec 20, 2017

"THE UNTOUCHABLE: HUNTERS!" Nightwing finally feels like he's got his life in Blüdhaven under control. But the one thing he wasn't expecting was for a case from his past in Gotham City to rear its head here-a murderer he never set eyes on, but whose unmistakable signature has arrived in his new city! How many people will die before he's stopped th...

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Odin06 reviewed Action Comics #993 Dec 17, 2017
10

After many dark years of DC´s New 52, Rebirth has brought us the real Superman, and written by writers who actually know the character. Action comics is one of the best superheroes book we have nowadays, and this issue is an excellent example of the great job Jurgens is doing with the title. Highly recommended for any DC/Superman fan.

Action Comics #993

By: Dan Jurgens, Brett Booth
Released: Dec 13, 2017

"BOOSTER SHOT" part one! As Superman struggles to cope with Mr. Oz's true identity, the Man of Steel turns to the only "hero" he knows who can prove once and for all if Oz's story is true: Booster Gold! But a massive power doesn't want our heroes venturing through time, and will do anything it can to sabotage their journey!
RATED T

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Odin06 reviewed Nightwing #29 Sep 24, 2017
10

Nightwing is one of my favorite DC characters, and it was very good to see him portrayed like what he truly is: A born leader, who uses empathy to gather his group together and give them hope. A man who is able to hide his own fears and insecurities not for the sake of pride (like Batman does), but to be able to give the moral support he knows his team needs.
His "metal costume" was amazing a more

Nightwing #29

By: Tim Seeley, Paul Pelletier
Released: Sep 20, 2017

A DARK NIGHTS: METAL tie-in! "GOTHAM RESISTANCE" part two! One vanquished foe gives way to another, even worse threat as this crucial tie-in to DC's METAL continues! Hopelessly lost in a kingdom of snow and ice, our heroes are set upon by Mr. Freeze and his fearsome frost giants from the Dark Multiverse! But help arrives in the form of an at once f...

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Odin06 reviewed Aquaman #25 Jun 22, 2017
10

Excellent job in terms of writing and art. Personally, I didn´t like Abnett work of the character so far, and by each issue, I missed Geoff Johns" run more. Abnett’s Aquaman, to me, was to “Surface focused” an didn´t pass the image of a true king. Sometimes, I could even notice the terrible agendas that have infested Marvel in the last years. The whole idea of Arthur naming a regent to th more

Aquaman #25

By: Dan Abnett, Stjepan Sejic
Released: Jun 21, 2017

"UNDERWORLD" part one! In this extra-sized anniversary issue, former terrorists have replaced the Atlantean police. Crime lords control huge swaths of the kingdom. And a deadly undersea arsenal is trained on the surface-dwellers. All is as King Rath commands-and yet whispers persist of a rebel in the slums of Atlantis: A hero with the potential to ...

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