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KFuqua reviewed Green Lantern: Season Two #1 Feb 12, 2020
1.0

More complete garbage from Morrison.

Green Lantern: Season Two #1

By: Grant Morrison, Liam Sharp
Released: Feb 12, 2020

The team of writer Grant Morrison and artist Liam Sharp continue their bold new take on the Emerald Warrior in a wild 30-page second season opener! In the wake of the Blackstar incursion, Hal Jordan and his fellow Lanterns must pick up the pieces from that cataclysmic conclusion. Among them is Jordan's next critical mission: search for the next gen...

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2.0

Truly awful.

Harley Quinn and the Birds of Prey #1

By: Amanda Conner
Released: Feb 12, 2020

DC Black Label Prestige Plus 8.5" x 10.875"
The creative team that transformed Harley Quinn forever returns to shake up her world once more-and this time, the gloves are off!  Harley Quinn has avoided Gotham City ever since she broke up with The Joker and found a home, and a kind of family, in Coney Island. But when she gets an offer ...

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M1sf1r3 reviewed Batman #88 Feb 5, 2020
9.0

Prelude:
I've been loving Tynion's Batman so far so let's see how he goes on this issue.

The Good:
I like the conspiracy with The Designer and how the four players of Penguin, Joker, Riddler and Catwoman come into play.

The end is interesting.

Love the tech.

March's art is great.

The Bad:
Nothing.

Conclusion:
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Batman #88

By: James Tynion IV, Guillem March
Released: Feb 5, 2020

The conspiracy that will rock Batman's world continues to unfold as the Dark Knight travels to Arkham Asylum to get answers from the Penguin! What dark secret does he share with The Joker, the Riddler, and...Catwoman? Plus, the plague of assassins descending upon Gotham City in its weakest moments continues! Will this be the moment when Deathstroke...

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Mohammad robin reviewed Ant-Man #1 Feb 5, 2020
1.0

Not recommended

Ant-Man #1

By: Zeb Wells, Dylan Burnett
Released: Feb 5, 2020

Scott Lang is back and doing better than ever! Er, at least according to him, but his daughter, Stinger, and the anthill he's living in say otherwise. Desperate to raise his daughter's opinion of him, Scott takes a job from local beekeepers only to uncover a global conspiracy that could topple the world order! No time to call the Avengers, this sou...

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KFuqua reviewed Ant-Man #1 Feb 5, 2020
4.0

This is not a good book. I love the Ant-Man character and was excited to give this a try, but I really disliked it. The art wasn't good and the story was much too silly for my taste.

Ant-Man #1

By: Zeb Wells, Dylan Burnett
Released: Feb 5, 2020

Scott Lang is back and doing better than ever! Er, at least according to him, but his daughter, Stinger, and the anthill he's living in say otherwise. Desperate to raise his daughter's opinion of him, Scott takes a job from local beekeepers only to uncover a global conspiracy that could topple the world order! No time to call the Avengers, this sou...

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KFuqua reviewed Young Justice #13 Feb 5, 2020
1.0

Just awful. The art is some of the worst I've seen in a professional comic, except for the awesome Mike Grell/Warlord pieces.

Young Justice #13

By: Brian Michael Bendis, John Timms
Released: Feb 5, 2020

Another Wonder Comics extravaganza kicks off with Young Justice searching for Conner Kent as the teen Superboy find himself trapped in the mysterious world of Skartaris, the home of legendary DC character Warlord! Wonder Comics curator and Young Justice writer Brian Michael Bendis welcomes writer David F. Walker to the team alongside rising-star ar...

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Maud Benjamin reviewed Justice League #39 Jan 29, 2020
1.0

Just like everything Snyder writes, this run ends with nothing. For a worthless, meaningless story, it lasts too long. Perpetua is a boring, annoying, outdated villain and that makes the JL even dumber. I may be wrong but is Snyder whining about editorial decisions in the story? That's pretty unprofessional and narrow-minded I think since the story is JUST BAD.

Justice League #39

By: Scott Snyder, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Jan 29, 2020

In the wake of the Justice/Doom War, the Justice League finds themselves stranded at the far end of the universe and facing a challenge they've never faced before. But what will they find on their journey? Has their battle with Perpetua had consequences reaching farther across the cosmos than they ever imagined? Superstar scribe Scott Snyder says f...

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Green Lantern: Blackstars #3

By: Grant Morrison, Xermanico
Released: Jan 29, 2020

The epic conclusion to this twisted rewrite of DC Universe history! Will Hal Jordan and his fascist band of Blackstars sublimate the entire universe to the diamond will of Controller Mu? Can the timeline ever be restored before more of Earth's heroes perish?

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KFuqua rated Justice League #39 Jan 29, 2020
1.0

Justice League #39

By: Scott Snyder, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Jan 29, 2020

In the wake of the Justice/Doom War, the Justice League finds themselves stranded at the far end of the universe and facing a challenge they've never faced before. But what will they find on their journey? Has their battle with Perpetua had consequences reaching farther across the cosmos than they ever imagined? Superstar scribe Scott Snyder says f...

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KFuqua reviewed Wonder Woman #750 Jan 23, 2020
5.0

Quite a mixed bag; some okay stories and artwork and some truly horrible stories and art work. Disappointing for such a big issue (#750).

Wonder Woman #750

By: Vita Ayala, Elena Casagrande
Released: Jan 22, 2020

Prestige Format
An all-star 96-page celebration of the Amazon Princess by longtime favorites and acclaimed new voices! In the lead story, Wonder Woman's epic "Year of the Villain" battle comes to a close, leading the way to new challenges ahead. Additionally, this oversized gem tells tales from Diana's past, present and future by some of the gr...

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KFuqua reviewed Batman/Superman #6 Jan 22, 2020
1.0

More "Batman Who Laughs" garbage. Please get rid of this character.

Batman/Superman #6

By: Joshua Williamson, David Marquez
Released: Jan 22, 2020

The Secret Six may have met their match when they faced the combined might of Superman and Batman, but don't count these infected heroes out yet. With the Batman Who Laughs freed from his prison at last, the clock is ticking for the Dark Knight and the Man of Steel to track down the escaped Deathbringer, Sky Tyrant, King Shazam, Scarab, and the mos...

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Micky H - Jan 24, 2020

no

KFuqua reviewed Nightwing #68 Jan 16, 2020
2.0

The "Ric" storyline continues to be absolutely awful and it can't end fast enough.

Please end this torture and give us a Nightwing comic again!

Nightwing #68

By: Dan Jurgens, Ronan Cliquet
Released: Jan 15, 2020

Being a superhero often means layers of identities. For Ric Grayson, he once had a life as a sidekick to Batman, a life he forgot when a terrible gunshot wound erased his memories. When his long lost grand-father, who is also a super-assassin called Talon, returned to his life and implanted false memories into his brain, that added another layer. N...

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KFuqua reviewed Legion of Super-Heroes #3 Jan 16, 2020
5.0

Once again, I love the Legion. They have been my favorite group in comics for as long as I can remember. However, this version that Bendis has created, just isn't doing it!

Too many changes to characters and forcing Damian down our throats just doesn't make a good Legion book.

Legion of Super-Heroes #3

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Ryan Sook
Released: Jan 15, 2020

You knew there was no way Jon Kent was going to leave his best friend behind! Welcome to the future, Damian Wayne! (This is such a terrible idea!) Also, meet the new Legionnaires as they head to a secret undercover mission on the first man-made planet: Planet Gotham. Every page of this new DC epic plants seeds and ideas that will blast out across t...

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Wrobinso reviewed Batman #86 Jan 9, 2020
10

Yes. Tynion finally gets to take control of Batman

Batman #86

By: James Tynion IV, Tony Daniel
Released: Jan 8, 2020

It's a new day in Gotham City, but not the same old Batman. With Bane vanquished and one of his longtime allies gone, Batman has to start picking up the pieces and stepping up his game. Batman has a new plan for Gotham City, but he's not the only one. Deathstroke has returned as well, under a mysterious new contract that could change everything.

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KFuqua reviewed Batman #86 Jan 8, 2020
9.0

Thank goodness Tom King is finally gone. It's great to have a good Batman comic again. This one was good and I'm looking forward to more.

Batman #86

By: James Tynion IV, Tony Daniel
Released: Jan 8, 2020

It's a new day in Gotham City, but not the same old Batman. With Bane vanquished and one of his longtime allies gone, Batman has to start picking up the pieces and stepping up his game. Batman has a new plan for Gotham City, but he's not the only one. Deathstroke has returned as well, under a mysterious new contract that could change everything.

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M1sf1r3 reviewed Batman #86 Jan 8, 2020
9.0

Prelude:
King's 85 issue Batman run is now over. After three and a half years of King, let's see how Tynion's Batman goes.

The Good:
I like the idea of Bruce using Alfred's death as a motivation to improve Gotham.

It feels like a Batman book.

It's good seeing how tactical smart Bruce is but also how he is still reeling from City of Bane.

Selina more

Batman #86

By: James Tynion IV, Tony Daniel
Released: Jan 8, 2020

It's a new day in Gotham City, but not the same old Batman. With Bane vanquished and one of his longtime allies gone, Batman has to start picking up the pieces and stepping up his game. Batman has a new plan for Gotham City, but he's not the only one. Deathstroke has returned as well, under a mysterious new contract that could change everything.

KFuqua reviewed Action Comics #1018 Jan 2, 2020
1.0

Horrible story and art. I'm not sure how DC allowed this one to be released.

Action Comics #1018

By: Brian Michael Bendis, John Romita
Released: Jan 1, 2020

One of the biggest Superman stories of all time continues in "Metropolis Doom" part two! War and chaos strikes the heart of Metropolis. The Invisible Mafia, Lex Luthor, and the Legion of Doom all stand their ground to take over Metropolis. Superstar writer Brian Michael Bendis reunites with comic art legends John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson to brin...

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RBL reviewed Action Comics #1018 Jan 1, 2020
1.0

First 1/10 of 2020. Both writing and art leave much to be desired.

More pages than necessary devoted to the background of a villain, that despite how much he wants to pretend is good will never be more than a C-lister. The “red cloud” is a joke.

The end shows that even if bendis is working on “developing” a character he has no idea what to do with them. The team-up is more

Action Comics #1018

By: Brian Michael Bendis, John Romita
Released: Jan 1, 2020

One of the biggest Superman stories of all time continues in "Metropolis Doom" part two! War and chaos strikes the heart of Metropolis. The Invisible Mafia, Lex Luthor, and the Legion of Doom all stand their ground to take over Metropolis. Superstar writer Brian Michael Bendis reunites with comic art legends John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson to brin...

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superstan52 reviewed Action Comics #1018 Jan 1, 2020
1.5

A 5 page scene with the fire chief?Superman endorsing political candidates? No thanks.

Action Comics #1018

By: Brian Michael Bendis, John Romita
Released: Jan 1, 2020

One of the biggest Superman stories of all time continues in "Metropolis Doom" part two! War and chaos strikes the heart of Metropolis. The Invisible Mafia, Lex Luthor, and the Legion of Doom all stand their ground to take over Metropolis. Superstar writer Brian Michael Bendis reunites with comic art legends John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson to brin...

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RedKSuperman - Jan 3, 2020

I 100% agree, it is and was completely out of his character to do that. Bendis gave zero thought to that.

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M1sf1r3 reviewed Action Comics #1018 Jan 1, 2020
1.5

Prelude:
First Bendis book of the New Year. Let's see how if he has improved (Yes, I get that this was written about 6 months back).

The Good:
Did you really think there was?

The Bad:
Holy ---- this art is bad. How.... how did this get approved?

BENDIS SPEAK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

That origin. Nope, don't like it at all.

The continuit more

Action Comics #1018

By: Brian Michael Bendis, John Romita
Released: Jan 1, 2020

One of the biggest Superman stories of all time continues in "Metropolis Doom" part two! War and chaos strikes the heart of Metropolis. The Invisible Mafia, Lex Luthor, and the Legion of Doom all stand their ground to take over Metropolis. Superstar writer Brian Michael Bendis reunites with comic art legends John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson to brin...

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CaptnAmerca - Jan 3, 2020

What was the .5 for?

M1sf1r3 - Jan 4, 2020

Off memory it would be the firefighter scene with Clark. Not good, but not bad, just there but enough for me to not completely slam the issue.

KFuqua reviewed Legion of Super-Heroes #2 Dec 20, 2019
2.0

What is this garbage? I've waited so long for the Legion to come back and this is what we get? DC really needs to get rid of Bendis. He has no concept of DC's characters. This was just awful.

Legion of Super-Heroes #2

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Ryan Sook
Released: Dec 18, 2019

It's been one thousand years since anyone has seen the oceans of the Earth, but with Aquaman's original trident recently discovered, a chase to control Earth's future tears across the galaxy. All this and the reunion you'd never thought you'd see! Another DC sci-fi epic into the far-flung future like you've never seen before!

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Afre reviewed Batman #85 Dec 18, 2019
1.0

Well. That was bad.

Like actually bad.

Terrible even.

Alfred is dead for no reason. And it just didn't feel like it. No one seems to mourn him. What exactly happened to the batfamily? Are they okay?

So, Selina and Bruce got married. Yay.

But my grodd was this a slow and terrible run. And I'm glad it is over. If 35 issues of this were this slow more

Batman #85

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Dec 18, 2019

The stunning conclusion to "City of Bane" is here! How will Flashpoint Batman be vanquished from our dimension? What will become of Gotham Girl now that she's betrayed all she knows? How will the Bat team cope without Alfred? Will Catwoman stick around? Who will rebuild Gotham City? Is Batman ever going to be Batman again? The event of the summer n...

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Superheroes for Hire - Dec 18, 2019

Because no one does care

Detective Chimp - Dec 19, 2019

Agree with myconius. Tom King thing is to kill and degrade characters, He just leave but saddly his mess remains.

KFuqua rated Doomsday Clock #12 Dec 18, 2019
10

Doomsday Clock #12

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: Dec 18, 2019

This is it! The final showdown between Dr. Manhattan and Superman shakes up the DC Universe to its very core! But can even the Man of Steel walk out from the shadow of Manhattan?

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KFuqua reviewed Batman #85 Dec 18, 2019
1.0

Absolute garbage from Tom King. Thankfully this is his last issue and hopefully there are better things to come for this title.

Batman #85

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Dec 18, 2019

The stunning conclusion to "City of Bane" is here! How will Flashpoint Batman be vanquished from our dimension? What will become of Gotham Girl now that she's betrayed all she knows? How will the Bat team cope without Alfred? Will Catwoman stick around? Who will rebuild Gotham City? Is Batman ever going to be Batman again? The event of the summer n...

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myconius - Dec 18, 2019

it was an arduous and painful journey, but thankfully we survived it. i hope DC learns a valuable lesson that you can't just throw any idiot on your most popular character. Geoff Johns was the creative director for Rebirth, so i'm wondering if it was his decision putting King on Batman. Johns isn't exactly known for being very fond of Batman to begin with.

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Nihilist reviewed Batman #85 Dec 18, 2019
1.5

No, Tom King, throwing incoherent shit, glueing it up with no context and pretending it has a message is not writing. 85 issues, and everything you've set up at the beginning, every promising thing, went to complete disrepair, and in some cases was just abandoned. Example? Gotham Girl killing Batman - remember when she, herself, teased that in the first arc of the series? If you do, well, you're o more

Batman #85

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Dec 18, 2019

The stunning conclusion to "City of Bane" is here! How will Flashpoint Batman be vanquished from our dimension? What will become of Gotham Girl now that she's betrayed all she knows? How will the Bat team cope without Alfred? Will Catwoman stick around? Who will rebuild Gotham City? Is Batman ever going to be Batman again? The event of the summer n...

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Detective Chimp - Dec 19, 2019

You mean in main continuity @myconius? Because I remember in main continuity he died long time ago in 60's smashed by a rock when saving the life of the Dynamic Duo and then soon returned as a very weird rogue named The Outsider. In Dark Knight Returns Alfred dies at the end. And recently he died in Injustice killed by Zaz for Superman order. And maybe there are another 1 or 2 times outside main continuity but right now I don't remember at all.

myconius - Dec 24, 2019

@Detective Chimp - yeah. in the main continuity. he sacrificed himself to save Brice & Dick, and was replaced by Aunt Harriet, then due to Alfred's popularity they just brought him back. i suspect somewhere down the road DC will be widdling Alfred being alive back into continuity, after they're done trying to capitalize on ALFRED R.I.P. ..not sure if i want to actually waste $4.99 on that.

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myconius reviewed Batman #85 Dec 17, 2019
1.0

thank god this pathetic P.O.S. Batman run is finally over!!

leave it to Tom King to riddle his "grand" finale with a juxtaposition of something totally non-consequential to the climax. this comic is ALL over the place! does he think he's being clever?
i can't believe he re-used the Catwoman gag from ‘I am Suicide’. it was dumb the first time, and even more cringe-worthy now th more

Batman #85

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Dec 18, 2019

The stunning conclusion to "City of Bane" is here! How will Flashpoint Batman be vanquished from our dimension? What will become of Gotham Girl now that she's betrayed all she knows? How will the Bat team cope without Alfred? Will Catwoman stick around? Who will rebuild Gotham City? Is Batman ever going to be Batman again? The event of the summer n...

KFuqua reviewed Superman #18 Dec 11, 2019
3.0

Garbage from Bendis. Enough of this garbage already.

Superman #18

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Dec 11, 2019

With Superman's family scattered across the galaxy, our hero must confront some of his greatest concerns about himself and his place in the galaxy. Legendary artist Ivan Reis joins writer Brian Michael Bendis as they introduce the biggest change in the Man of Steel's life ever!

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JBL Reviews - Dec 12, 2019

What about it did you consider garbage? Not arguing, truly curious.

KFuqua - Dec 13, 2019

Just about everything except the art. It really makes no sense at all for Superman to give up his secret identity and expose all of the people he cares about to the danger that will result from this. It seems completely out of character for Superman to do something like this. It also seems to be Bendis re-hashing past ideas and having yet another superhero reveal their secret identity.

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Nicetrylaoche rated Superman #18 Dec 11, 2019
1.0

Superman #18

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Dec 11, 2019

With Superman's family scattered across the galaxy, our hero must confront some of his greatest concerns about himself and his place in the galaxy. Legendary artist Ivan Reis joins writer Brian Michael Bendis as they introduce the biggest change in the Man of Steel's life ever!

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RBL reviewed Superman #18 Dec 11, 2019
3.0

What a joke, I mean they already did this same thing before in a story also called 'Truth', so to treat this as new ground is ridiculous.

Dialogue is more bearable than past issues but 'bendis-speak' continues to be as irksome as it has always been. Some moments played out well enough, others were borderline nonsensical; the entirety of the panels that occur in Thanagar are asinine. The more

Superman #18

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Dec 11, 2019

With Superman's family scattered across the galaxy, our hero must confront some of his greatest concerns about himself and his place in the galaxy. Legendary artist Ivan Reis joins writer Brian Michael Bendis as they introduce the biggest change in the Man of Steel's life ever!

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RBL - Dec 16, 2019

This is pre-Flashpoint Superman. What he did against Superman then still stands, and to portray someone like Lois not consulting her husband before doing something that important is ridiculous when he’s trying to claim they are that close and trusting. Him losing his powers was not due to HORDR it was a wide variety of things, which you’d know if you’d actually read the titles. But you know what, if you enjoy this go ahead. I’m alright not liking subpar writing.

Mail2g - Dec 17, 2019

It's not "pre-Flashpoint Superman", that one only existed till Superman Reborn arc when a unique timeline combining some events of both New Earth and New 52 was created. Unlike you I did read the comics. Besides Sam Lane could essily march to Metropolis anyday again if he wanted to take him down. And I never said Superman lost all his powers to HORDR, all I said was that HORDR was trying to take his power or sucking his power and Lois revealed his identity. The writing is good, you're whining.

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M1sf1r3 reviewed Superman #18 Dec 11, 2019
3.0

Prelude:
Welp, it's here. Let's be optimistic and see how Bendis handles "The Truth". Plus Reis is here for art and he's fantastic.

The Good:
Reis' artwork is great. Some hiccups with continuity but I think that's the colourist's fault.

I liked the lead up in this issue to the big reveal.

The Bad:
Look, it's a poor idea. Clark has revealed his identi more

Superman #18

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Dec 11, 2019

With Superman's family scattered across the galaxy, our hero must confront some of his greatest concerns about himself and his place in the galaxy. Legendary artist Ivan Reis joins writer Brian Michael Bendis as they introduce the biggest change in the Man of Steel's life ever!

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