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Jon Wayne reviewed Superman #7 Jan 16, 2019
5.0

This is what some might call a f*ck you five. Only reason it's not a 1/10 is because of the art and the brief warm fuzzy feelings I got when

Bendis is completely ignoring both established Rebirth continuity AND his own continuity established in his other Super book. He has spent 19 issues now doing what exactly? Split up the SuperFam for no apparent reason except to age up Jon Kent, an more

Superman #7

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Jan 16, 2019

It's the moment you've been waiting for: the shocking return of the son of Superman! A year spent traveling the stars changed Jon Kent. Are parents Clark and Lois ready for the all-new, all-different Superboy? Secrets are revealed, a new look debuts and Superman's world is changed forever!

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Superheroes for Hire - Jan 17, 2019

Well you see he had to tell the story in this series, so that he could screw readers of both series with bad plots.

InsanePeasant reviewed Superman #7 Jan 16, 2019
1.0

Wow, way to ruin all 3 Kents in one story Bendis. It's one thing to completely squander Jon Kent as character, but having Lois and Clark effectively ruin their only son's life by abandoning him in space with a murderous madman?? 1/10, this is as bad as OMD, maybe worse.

Superman #7

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Jan 16, 2019

It's the moment you've been waiting for: the shocking return of the son of Superman! A year spent traveling the stars changed Jon Kent. Are parents Clark and Lois ready for the all-new, all-different Superboy? Secrets are revealed, a new look debuts and Superman's world is changed forever!

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TatteredVelvet reviewed Superman #7 Jan 16, 2019
1.0

Any hopes I had that this will make sense are gone now.

Superman’s decision to let his wife and kid leave with Jor-EL, and Lois’ decision to leave Jon with Jor-EL makes even less sense due to the “shocking reveal ” that’s not really a shocking reveal. Not to mention Lois reasoning for leaving Jon behind and not telling Superman she’s back is not properly explored or expl more

Superman #7

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Jan 16, 2019

It's the moment you've been waiting for: the shocking return of the son of Superman! A year spent traveling the stars changed Jon Kent. Are parents Clark and Lois ready for the all-new, all-different Superboy? Secrets are revealed, a new look debuts and Superman's world is changed forever!

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Superheroes for Hire - Jan 17, 2019

I dropped the series and Action Comics after the AC issue where Lois plays dumb about living a fake marriage. Bendis clearly didn't want to write about a functionally married Superman or about a fun-loving 10 year old son of the world's most recognized hero. And Lois for all her strong character was shown to have no care for either husband nor son. And to boot, Jon is now going to have to fit in with a universe he's now 7 years too old for. I'm out till a new team.

TatteredVelvet - Jan 19, 2019

Agreed. It hurts to say this as a lifelong Superman fan, but I'm strongly leaning towards dropping these books as well. The books have been staying in my to read pile longer and longer because I dread what I'll see next.

RBL reviewed Superman #7 Jan 16, 2019
1.0

Tl;dr I did not think it would be possible for bendis’ writing to get worse on this book, he proved me wrong. Please save yourself the physical pain it will cause on your eyes and do not read it, buying it would be far too much and contribute to one of the worst books out there.

On to the actual contents now, so know spoilers will follow:

Issue ends on another “big twist/ more

Superman #7

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Jan 16, 2019

It's the moment you've been waiting for: the shocking return of the son of Superman! A year spent traveling the stars changed Jon Kent. Are parents Clark and Lois ready for the all-new, all-different Superboy? Secrets are revealed, a new look debuts and Superman's world is changed forever!

YourGreenMuse reviewed Superman #7 Jan 16, 2019
2.0

This is really bad. The whole issue and story depends on us not knowing Jor-El is bad. But he is. We've seen it. Why is it a shock to anyone? Why did Lois leave her son with this clearly evil character after one mission? Even if he wasn't evil, that's some garbage parenting. This is so dumb because it contradicts all that Rebirth Superman/Action Comics strove to do. That whole era can be described more

Superman #7

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Jan 16, 2019

It's the moment you've been waiting for: the shocking return of the son of Superman! A year spent traveling the stars changed Jon Kent. Are parents Clark and Lois ready for the all-new, all-different Superboy? Secrets are revealed, a new look debuts and Superman's world is changed forever!

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egon244 reviewed Batman #60 Dec 5, 2018
5.0

"Who are you?"

Well, Batman still acts like a d-bag, who traded imposing presence for childish tantrums and still beats criminals senselessly. But I think there is a far more important question to be asked here.

Why is Alfred FEEDING Penguin? WHY? That scene makes absolutely no sense whatsoever and is dumb. His hands are free, he can hold the plate himself. By the way, his h more

Batman #60

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Dec 5, 2018

Batman takes on a new partner, and it's...the Penguin? After rejecting Bane's crime-boss co-op, Cobblepot finds himself in the crosshairs of some very teed-off villains. The feathered felon turns to his old foe to snitch on Bane's scheme, but has to prove his intentions to avoid a Bat-beatdown. Along the way, this Gotham odd couple begins to bond-c...

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egon244 - Dec 16, 2018

Comic book logic is one thing. Which is why I don't have a problem with flying aliens or the fact that guy bit by a spider suddenly walks on walls or with detective monkeys. But sometimes I get things so ridicules like that feeding where my suspension of disbelief can't take it.

egon244 - Dec 16, 2018

ridiculous*

mynameisraj reviewed Batman #60 Dec 5, 2018
8.0

Solid cliffhanger by King.

Overall this was a well paced issue and I enjoyed Penguin's interactions with Alfred as well as Batman attempting to hunt down multiple criminals to find out the conspiracy with Bane.

I understand that people have a certain distaste with this run but I genuinely love this like the Scott Snyder/Greg Capullo run.

Batman #60

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Dec 5, 2018

Batman takes on a new partner, and it's...the Penguin? After rejecting Bane's crime-boss co-op, Cobblepot finds himself in the crosshairs of some very teed-off villains. The feathered felon turns to his old foe to snitch on Bane's scheme, but has to prove his intentions to avoid a Bat-beatdown. Along the way, this Gotham odd couple begins to bond-c...

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Darkseid24 reviewed Batman #60 Dec 5, 2018
6.0

With this issue I don’t know. There were good things, but also real bad things happening in this issue.
The good one is, we finally get an explanation for who Penny was& it’s hilarious. As odd as it sounds, but Penguin marrying a real penguin makes a lot more sense for his character than a real woman would. At least if we are talking functional relationships. However didn’t know Oswald more

Batman #60

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Dec 5, 2018

Batman takes on a new partner, and it's...the Penguin? After rejecting Bane's crime-boss co-op, Cobblepot finds himself in the crosshairs of some very teed-off villains. The feathered felon turns to his old foe to snitch on Bane's scheme, but has to prove his intentions to avoid a Bat-beatdown. Along the way, this Gotham odd couple begins to bond-c...

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Superheroes for Hire - Dec 16, 2018

And yes, comics are much more enjoyable when you read them like their own "elseworld" stories. King's Batman is not so different as to be unrecognizable. His problem is he gets lost in the feelings and the metatextual qualities of "what it means to be Batman" that he loses air sight of telling an actual Batman story sometimes.

Darkseid24 - Dec 18, 2018

Yes, but if a writer writes canon stories he should be able to write stories, that don’t contradict everything else. If he can’t do that, he should stick to Elseworlds. The Penguin story was better than the one with KGBeast, I agree, but I don’t think it was awesome or great.

Superheroes for Hire reviewed Batman #60 Dec 16, 2018
9.0

Stellar bounce back to the better days of this Batman run. Rather than focusing on one punch, or one poem, we get another nicely paced and intriguing issue filled with great art. The new paper stock bleeds with the vibrant color from Mrs. Bellaire, whether the line work is by Janin or Fornes. And speaking of the Fornes art, it was a good visual clue to distinguish between Batman's rage quest and t more

Batman #60

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Dec 5, 2018

Batman takes on a new partner, and it's...the Penguin? After rejecting Bane's crime-boss co-op, Cobblepot finds himself in the crosshairs of some very teed-off villains. The feathered felon turns to his old foe to snitch on Bane's scheme, but has to prove his intentions to avoid a Bat-beatdown. Along the way, this Gotham odd couple begins to bond-c...

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Superheroes for Hire reviewed Batman #59 Dec 16, 2018
8.0

What a reversal! So much that was weak in issue 58 was corrected I this issue. Suddenly Tom King and Mikel Janin remembered how to tell a quality story once again. Top notch art, steady story pacing, intrigue, and less self-indulgent references from King this outing.

Batman #59

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Nov 21, 2018

Caught between Batman and his unseen enemy, the Penguin has to think on his feet to avoid being taken down by either side. If he chooses one way, he goes to jail; if he chooses the other, he ends up dead. Then again, the choice seems obvious. Is Batman ready for a new kind of avian sidekick?

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Superheroes for Hire reviewed Batman #58 Dec 14, 2018
4.0

I've really tried to hang on. I really have. I'm catching up on the last few issues, and this start to the Penguin arc is a waste of a comic book. The Mikel Janin art is fairly good, although panel comment is sparse. And panels are few. So 3 points for decent art. The story is okay, but goes nowhere. We get poetry, and poetry that is so difficult to read. What was it written in the 1700s? Then the more

Batman #58

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Nov 7, 2018

The Dark Knight waddles into a turf war with the Penguin! Still reeling from the attacks on his Bat-Family and reputation, the Caped Crusader looks to track down the mysterious operator lurking behind the scenes in Gotham City. As the hunt rages on, Batman runs "a fowl" of Oswald Cobblepot. But the Penguin is on Batman's side for once, and the crim...

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4.0

Batman and the Signal #3

By: Scott Snyder, Cully Hamner
Released: Apr 25, 2018

As the sun sets, chaos erupts and the Bat-Family jumps into action to help the Signal (a.k.a. Duke Thomas) against the mysterious Gnomon and his minions. While his allies keep the battle going on the streets, Duke must go above and beyond to track down the malicious man who has single-handedly caused the dangerous boom in meta-activity in the Narro...

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SONOFBATMANN reviewed Shazam! #1 Dec 5, 2018
8.5

Nothing more that I could want from a Shazam series than was presented in this issue. I cannot express how happy I am that Geoff is back, and I hope that he stays for good on this series (and doesn't leave after 5 issues).

Enjoyed the back-up, but I really hope they keep Billy and Mary as twins. Best scenes were the return of >>>[SPOILER]<<< CC Batson and the teasing of Hoppy.

Shazam! #1

By: Geoff Johns, Dale Eaglesham
Released: Dec 5, 2018

The superstar team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Dale Eaglesham reunite to launch the first all-new SHAZAM! monthly title set in the DC Universe in almost 20 years! (What took you guys so long?!)
Teenager turned super-hero Billy Batson struggles to balance school and superheroics! (Guess which one is more fun?) But when Shazam unlocks a sho...

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MKW69 reviewed Shazam! #1 Dec 5, 2018
8.5

Johns still got this! After debacle that is Doomsday Clock, I expected nothing, but I got pretty good 1 issue! Characters a lot more likeable, than in Johns first story, but the Idea that it only 1 year is laughtable. But it's nothing that i care. Also story at the end was really good.

Shazam! #1

By: Geoff Johns, Dale Eaglesham
Released: Dec 5, 2018

The superstar team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Dale Eaglesham reunite to launch the first all-new SHAZAM! monthly title set in the DC Universe in almost 20 years! (What took you guys so long?!)
Teenager turned super-hero Billy Batson struggles to balance school and superheroics! (Guess which one is more fun?) But when Shazam unlocks a sho...

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Comic Princess reviewed Shazam! #1 Dec 11, 2018
9.0

This was cute. I like where they’re going with the this, especially the stuff with the kids.

Shazam! #1

By: Geoff Johns, Dale Eaglesham
Released: Dec 5, 2018

The superstar team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Dale Eaglesham reunite to launch the first all-new SHAZAM! monthly title set in the DC Universe in almost 20 years! (What took you guys so long?!)
Teenager turned super-hero Billy Batson struggles to balance school and superheroics! (Guess which one is more fun?) But when Shazam unlocks a sho...

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Br'er Lapin reviewed Shazam! #1 Dec 10, 2018
9.0

This was such a feel-good book, we need something like this now that Supes is a darker title.

Shazam! #1

By: Geoff Johns, Dale Eaglesham
Released: Dec 5, 2018

The superstar team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Dale Eaglesham reunite to launch the first all-new SHAZAM! monthly title set in the DC Universe in almost 20 years! (What took you guys so long?!)
Teenager turned super-hero Billy Batson struggles to balance school and superheroics! (Guess which one is more fun?) But when Shazam unlocks a sho...

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SloboSOY reviewed Shazam! #1 Dec 7, 2018
9.0

It seems to follow the New52 reboot, but I think they attempt to rewrite once more Black Adam (Even if we don't see him)
Billy this time seems less rebellious and I like him better than in the previous story. But I can't suffer Freddy.
The story isn't very good on the first part but turn very interesting really quickly.
It's a pleasure to read once more Mr Johns & it's clear he did more

Shazam! #1

By: Geoff Johns, Dale Eaglesham
Released: Dec 5, 2018

The superstar team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Dale Eaglesham reunite to launch the first all-new SHAZAM! monthly title set in the DC Universe in almost 20 years! (What took you guys so long?!)
Teenager turned super-hero Billy Batson struggles to balance school and superheroics! (Guess which one is more fun?) But when Shazam unlocks a sho...

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Talon1load reviewed Shazam! #1 Dec 6, 2018
9.5

Loved it. Finally, a fun book. This was a light hearted fun story about family and enjoying their powers. This book is what Rebirth was supposed to be all about. I can’t wait for the next issue.

Shazam! #1

By: Geoff Johns, Dale Eaglesham
Released: Dec 5, 2018

The superstar team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Dale Eaglesham reunite to launch the first all-new SHAZAM! monthly title set in the DC Universe in almost 20 years! (What took you guys so long?!)
Teenager turned super-hero Billy Batson struggles to balance school and superheroics! (Guess which one is more fun?) But when Shazam unlocks a sho...

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the green death reviewed Shazam! #1 Dec 5, 2018
9.5

Been looking for a comic to get me back "in" with the DC Universe and everything I've tried hasn't really hit the spot (I am just not a big Scott Snyder-style writing fan) but this was just what I wanted! Geoff Johns at his most playful! I've always liked his work, but this shows that he's continued honing his craft as there's just the right amount of humor/heartwarming moments/action/revisionism more

Shazam! #1

By: Geoff Johns, Dale Eaglesham
Released: Dec 5, 2018

The superstar team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Dale Eaglesham reunite to launch the first all-new SHAZAM! monthly title set in the DC Universe in almost 20 years! (What took you guys so long?!)
Teenager turned super-hero Billy Batson struggles to balance school and superheroics! (Guess which one is more fun?) But when Shazam unlocks a sho...

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waltgator93 reviewed Shazam! #1 Dec 5, 2018
9.5

Great art work on both stories! Quick read, great dialogue, and great interactions! That cliffhanger makes me hate the 5 weeks of waiting even more! This superhero family issue will make you smile all throughout the read! The second story is a cute backstory between two of the top two side characters that was not needed but glad it was in there!

Shazam! #1

By: Geoff Johns, Dale Eaglesham
Released: Dec 5, 2018

The superstar team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Dale Eaglesham reunite to launch the first all-new SHAZAM! monthly title set in the DC Universe in almost 20 years! (What took you guys so long?!)
Teenager turned super-hero Billy Batson struggles to balance school and superheroics! (Guess which one is more fun?) But when Shazam unlocks a sho...

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Synthozoid - Dec 6, 2018

No Tuesday reviews! Proud of you1

axdn reviewed Shazam! #1 Dec 6, 2018
10

What a gorgeous and beatiful book :)

Shazam! #1

By: Geoff Johns, Dale Eaglesham
Released: Dec 5, 2018

The superstar team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Dale Eaglesham reunite to launch the first all-new SHAZAM! monthly title set in the DC Universe in almost 20 years! (What took you guys so long?!)
Teenager turned super-hero Billy Batson struggles to balance school and superheroics! (Guess which one is more fun?) But when Shazam unlocks a sho...

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Samuel Almeida reviewed Shazam! #1 Dec 5, 2018
10

"I just want something i can say. How about Captain Marv--" hahahaha unfortunately you cant say that kiddo. Cause some guys think they own a common word. Oh well.

So Shazam is finally getting some love and im loving it. What a way to start this ongoing series! A real kick on the door! With Geoff Johns writting and Dale Eagleshams amazing art, this is the book of this wednesday for me! more

Shazam! #1

By: Geoff Johns, Dale Eaglesham
Released: Dec 5, 2018

The superstar team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Dale Eaglesham reunite to launch the first all-new SHAZAM! monthly title set in the DC Universe in almost 20 years! (What took you guys so long?!)
Teenager turned super-hero Billy Batson struggles to balance school and superheroics! (Guess which one is more fun?) But when Shazam unlocks a sho...

#DontGiveDivasAChance reviewed Shazam! #1 Dec 5, 2018
10

Awesome, fun first issue

Shazam! #1

By: Geoff Johns, Dale Eaglesham
Released: Dec 5, 2018

The superstar team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Dale Eaglesham reunite to launch the first all-new SHAZAM! monthly title set in the DC Universe in almost 20 years! (What took you guys so long?!)
Teenager turned super-hero Billy Batson struggles to balance school and superheroics! (Guess which one is more fun?) But when Shazam unlocks a sho...

Superheroes for Hire reviewed Shazam! #1 Dec 11, 2018
10

This issue was a perfect introduction and perfect start to a series about kids being superheroes. We get introduced to the whole Shazam family with some action, intrigue, family bonding, sibling rivalry, and some quick back stories. And the Dale Eaglesham and Mike Atiyeh artwork is some of the best DC house style. Very dynamic posing and action, detailed backgrounds, vibrant colors, and a genuinel more

Shazam! #1

By: Geoff Johns, Dale Eaglesham
Released: Dec 5, 2018

The superstar team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Dale Eaglesham reunite to launch the first all-new SHAZAM! monthly title set in the DC Universe in almost 20 years! (What took you guys so long?!)
Teenager turned super-hero Billy Batson struggles to balance school and superheroics! (Guess which one is more fun?) But when Shazam unlocks a sho...

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Superheroes for Hire added Shazam! (2018) to their pull list Dec 11, 2018

Shazam! (2018)

The superstar team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Dale Eaglesham reunite to launch the first all-new SHAZAM! monthly title set in the DC Universe in almost 20 years! (What took you guys so long?!)
Teenager turned super-hero Billy Batson struggles to balance school and superheroics! (Guess which one is more fun?) But when Shazam unlocks a sho...

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ohhaimark reviewed Superman #5 Nov 17, 2018
3.0

THE GOOD:

-Adam Strange needs to have a series written by Bendis. Needs.

-The scene where Clark sees the Kents is actually really cool. I liked it, maybe it was forced, but it was one of the most memorable parts of this issue.

THE BAD:

-This is the first time Ivan Reis has ever let me down as an artist, but the art in this issue was just bad. It detrac more

Superman #5

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Nov 14, 2018

What could tempt Kryptonian criminal General Zod to reenter the Phantom Zone after years of imprisonment? As Superman tries to free himself from the Kryptonian jail and fight off the monster who destroyed Krypton, Zod returns to face Rogol Zaar and get vengeance for his dead world and its lost potential.

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myconius - Nov 24, 2018

i can definitely see history repeat itself. i was enjoying his MoS run at first, then it took a fast nosedive. ...i've always been more of a DC fan, though i've always had a soft spot for the classic Stan Lee/Steve Ditko Spider-Man. the 90's era of Spider-Man by David Michelinie & Mcfarlane/Lasen/Bagley was also a lot of fun!

ohhaimark - Nov 25, 2018

Yeah, I wasn't a fan of Man of Steel either. I've never really read any classic Spider-Man comics, just got into some recent runs, like Dan Slott's and Nick Spencer's. I'll have to check out some omnibuses of those runs if they have them. The comic that made me appreciate Marvel most was Marvels by Kurt Busiek.

RBL reviewed Superman #5 Nov 15, 2018
1.0

Once again this volume continues to deliver...
...great dissapointment.

tl;dr: Writing is about as bad as it can get for a comic book. bendis continues to hurt Superman and his family. Do not buy this issue, stay as far from it as you can. The art is decent enough but any enjoyment it can provide is outweighed by asinine writing.

Last issue's improvement to boring and un more

Superman #5

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Nov 14, 2018

What could tempt Kryptonian criminal General Zod to reenter the Phantom Zone after years of imprisonment? As Superman tries to free himself from the Kryptonian jail and fight off the monster who destroyed Krypton, Zod returns to face Rogol Zaar and get vengeance for his dead world and its lost potential.

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PeteRick - Nov 17, 2018

Man,now that i understand that superman ended on #45, i can read with no commitment whatsoever

Superheroes for Hire added Green Lantern (2018) to their pull list Nov 10, 2018

Green Lantern (2018)

Superstar writer Grant Morrison (Batman, All-Star Superman) returns to DC alongside red-hot artist Liam Sharp (The Brave AND the Bold, Wonder Woman) to launch a new, ongoing series: THE GREEN LANTERN!
In this debut issue, when Earth's space cop, Hal Jordan, encounters an alien hiding in plain sight, it sets off a chain of events that rocks the...

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Superheroes for Hire reviewed Batman #50 Jul 5, 2018
8.0

I had to know. I was spoiled. I wanted to know how this issue turned out, so I sought out spoilers. Then I had to read it for myself. I won't spoil anything in my review, but to say that it's great. It's Tom King. It's Batman and Catwoman. It's some of the most beautiful Bat-Cat art you'll ever see. And then there is intrigue aplenty! If you love what Tom King has been doing with the Batman series more

Batman #50

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Jul 4, 2018

It's the wedding you never thought you'd see! The Batrimony is real as Bruce Wayne and Selina Kyle are set to tie the knot in a can't-miss, extra-length milestone issue that will reshape Gotham City. All their friends (and a few enemies?) will be party to a comic book coupling for the ages. Superstar scribe Tom King officiates the sure-to-be-offbea...

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Superheroes for Hire - Jul 6, 2018

Upon a little further reflection, I had to lower from 9 to 8. Too much spinning the wheels, and overall a story I don't want any more of. I get it, but let's just all move on to something different. No more Bat and Cat, or I'm out.

Superheroes for Hire - Nov 5, 2018

Just to add some more reflection: I don't think this issue was worth any of the hype several issues later. We continue to see Batman spin out of control following the events here. Given the lack of payoff on the buildup to Issue 50, I really don't expect any payoff on any of the other plot points introduced in #50. Yes, we'll eventually get a showdown with the Big Bad shown, but I have no confidence it will be very satisfying.

5.5

5/5 for Ryan Sook's art. 0.5 stars for Brian Bendis' excellent writing of the Daily Planet bullpen and Perry White. I don't even care that Bendis wants to write a more independent Lois Lane, but I think it's the laziest type of comic book writing to throw out all the recent character development for this tentpole character. Everything Rebirth was built on was the hope, optimism, legacy, and love o more

Action Comics #1004

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Ryan Sook
Released: Oct 24, 2018

Superman confronts Lois Lane and wants answers: Where is Jon Kent? What happened during Lois' trip into space with Jor-El? Why didn't she contact the Man of Steel when she returned? And most importantly, does she still love him? Or is the world-famous reporter looking to let Clark Kent down easy? Lois and Clark's relationship gets redefined in this...

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