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waltgator93 reviewed Batman #57 Oct 17, 2018
2.5

Tony Daniel did a great job... unfortunately can not say same for Tom King. Seriously this is the conclusion?! We get half the issue about a folktale that doesn't connect and other half Batman and Beast grunting and fighting. Stupidity to have people charge money for this issue.

Batman #57

By: Tom King, Tony Daniel
Released: Oct 17, 2018

The KGBeast isn't working alone. As the Cold War between Batman and the Russian killer heats up, Batman's nose for mystery gets to twitching when he suspects there's more to the KGBeast's attacks than initially thought. Not only does this tie back to the court case Bruce Wayne sat on involving Mr. Freeze, there's another villainous Gotham ghoul in ...

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ohhaimark - Oct 17, 2018

Glad to hear Tony Daniel’s art is back on track, last issue disappointed me. Probably the first issue of the series where I liked the writing better than the art.

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myconius reviewed Batman #57 Oct 17, 2018
1.5

BWAAAAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAAAAA!!!!! X'D

this is a joke, right?
this was supposed to be a joke?

why is DC trying to force Tom King on the Batman series for 100 issues?
the man didn’t even have 50 good issues in him, let alone 100.
DC really needs to find someone who actually understands Batman,
and knows how to tell a good Batman story.
otherwise we ca more

Batman #57

By: Tom King, Tony Daniel
Released: Oct 17, 2018

The KGBeast isn't working alone. As the Cold War between Batman and the Russian killer heats up, Batman's nose for mystery gets to twitching when he suspects there's more to the KGBeast's attacks than initially thought. Not only does this tie back to the court case Bruce Wayne sat on involving Mr. Freeze, there's another villainous Gotham ghoul in ...

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Talon1load - Oct 17, 2018

I hated that first issue. The whole “good death” thing was ridiculously bad and set the tone for the whole series.

myconius - Oct 17, 2018

Tom King totally missed the point of TDKR. Bruce was at the end of his rope, retired and just miserable since he stopped being Batman. ...it's not like he started being Batman because he had a death wish and vigilantism is a good way to get yourself killed. ...i wonder if he had ever read a Batman comic prior to getting signed at DC? ...or did Dan DiDio just toss him a stack of "Batman Essential reading" and tell him to just skim it.

SnakeWilson reviewed Batman #57 Oct 17, 2018
2.0

horrible and repetitive, dialogue is a joke
but the worst was the end
that was just awful, is that Batman a hero or villain?

Batman #57

By: Tom King, Tony Daniel
Released: Oct 17, 2018

The KGBeast isn't working alone. As the Cold War between Batman and the Russian killer heats up, Batman's nose for mystery gets to twitching when he suspects there's more to the KGBeast's attacks than initially thought. Not only does this tie back to the court case Bruce Wayne sat on involving Mr. Freeze, there's another villainous Gotham ghoul in ...

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ohhaimark reviewed Batman #56 Oct 6, 2018
5.0

THE GOOD;

-I really, really liked the storyline with KGBeast and his father. It was excellently told in a welcomely subtle way.

-The splash on pages 16-17 was amazing. The best written and illustrated parts of the book.

-I really liked the conclusion of the issue. It was a well-done last 5 pages.

THE BAD:

-Tony S. Daniel was not giving us his more

Batman #56

By: Tom King, Tony Daniel
Released: Oct 3, 2018

The Dark Knight's looking to drop both the hammer and sickle on the KGBeast, whose rampage across Gotham City takes a toll on Nightwing when he's injured in the fray. Blaming himself for his ward's fate, Batman gets grimmer than usual-and vows to take the Russian assassin down like the Berlin Wall. Is even Gotham City ready for that much violence? ...

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ohhaimark - Oct 17, 2018

Sweet! Thanks!

myconius - Oct 17, 2018

you're very welcome! :)

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Deathstroke Vol. 4: Defiance Rebirth

By: Christopher Preist, Diogenes Neves

After emerging from the Speed Force a changed man, Slade Wilson takes aim at a life in service of justice. But when the world refuses to accept the new Deathstroke, Slade recruits a group of young heroes to join him, including former Teen Titans Kid Flash and Power Girl, his children Rose and Jericho and the bombastic Terra! But has Slade truly she...

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SnakeWilson rated Deathstroke #36 Oct 3, 2018
10

Deathstroke #36

By: Christopher Priest, Ed Benes
Released: Oct 3, 2018

"Deathstroke: Arkham" starts here! After being declared criminally insane, Deathstroke is committed to the infamous Arkham Asylum! It isn't long before the hunter becomes the hunted as Slade, powerless and weaponless, is targeted by some of Gotham City's most wanted. But after initially mocking and contravening the system meant to help him, Deathst...

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Bloodraven reviewed Heroes In Crisis #1 Sep 26, 2018
3.0

Nothing special here. DC please Fire Dan Didio. I thought Rebirth was supposed to bring the hope back in to the DC universe? Not cheap deaths and stories about PTSD. God this book a is depressing read. We fu*king get it King, you have emotional problems.Cry me god damn river. Get your hormones checked because your estrogen is probably way to high you sad little man.

Heroes In Crisis #1

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Sep 26, 2018

There's a new kind of crisis threatening the heroes of the DC Universe, ripped from real-world headlines by C.I.A.-operative-turned-comics-writer Tom King: How does a superhero handle PTSD? Welcome to Sanctuary, an ultra-secret hospital for superheroes who've been traumatized by crime-fighting and cosmic combat. But something goes inexplicably wron...

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Bloodraven - Sep 29, 2018

You do realize that most people who suffer from depression have a hormonal issue right? So yes if a mans estrogen is way to high he will definitely act more feminine and be prone to feeling emotional and depressed because his hormones are all out of balance. I’m genuinely concerned for Tom King. Why is he always writing about depression and PTSD? I understand he probably saw some terrible things while serving in the CIA but does that mean you’re whole writing career has to be based off that?

Talon1load - Sep 29, 2018

Yeah, hormones can cause depression. That’s not an indictment of every guy with depression but who knows, it could be why King is such a bad writer. Stop trying to be offended about what people say on the internet. Just take it all with a grain of salt.

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Nihilist reviewed Deathstroke #35 Sep 5, 2018
8.0

For last few months, Deathstroke's comics were a substitute for Batman's, due to significant drop of quality of the latter. Thus, it's a shame to see the arc concluding, since Priest did actually a great job portraying Bats and his family. Especially Alfred, who alongside Wintergreen, stole the show on more than one occasion.
The story was difficult to understand to the very end - that's the more

Deathstroke #35

By: Christopher Priest, Carlo Pagulayan
Released: Sep 5, 2018

In this corner: Deathstroke, suffering from a traumatic brain injury at the hands of Batman! In the other corner: Batman, with Deathstroke's knife in his gut! All of this with the feds invading Wayne Manor-and now they're in the catacombs under the mansion, which lead to the you-know-what-cave! If they're going to escape,  Batman and Slad...

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SnakeWilson reviewed Deathstroke #35 Sep 5, 2018
10

First, the art in this issue is just perfect, one of the best I've seen
Second, it's a very complicated plot, it's a lot going on, but I loved it. The comic humanizes the characters in a beautiful way.
it's an emotional story
it is Deathstroke vs. Batman, but not physically, in a paternal way. It's about the two as parents.It's a completely original and different vision for the two more

Deathstroke #35

By: Christopher Priest, Carlo Pagulayan
Released: Sep 5, 2018

In this corner: Deathstroke, suffering from a traumatic brain injury at the hands of Batman! In the other corner: Batman, with Deathstroke's knife in his gut! All of this with the feds invading Wayne Manor-and now they're in the catacombs under the mansion, which lead to the you-know-what-cave! If they're going to escape,  Batman and Slad...

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Nihilist reviewed The Silencer #8 Aug 22, 2018
7.0

At this point it's safe to say Silencer delivers each month, and is a solid, consistent run. While normally I have problems with heroes hiding their identities from people who are close to them (especially in TV series, where that can be painful beyond belief, look at Arrow or The Flash), it works with Silencer, and I can't find a reason to complain. Double life is a part of her comics, and from t more

The Silencer #8

By: Dan Abnett, Patrick Zircher
Released: Aug 22, 2018

So far, Silencer's family vacation gets zero stars on review websites, and things are only looking worse from here on out. Silencer races to stop Talia al Ghul's loyalists from reviving her in a Lazarus Pit, but she's got TWO heavy hitters on her tail: meta-hitman Quietus and mystical psycho Wishbone, who's about to unleash some body-swapping shena...

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Nihilist reviewed Teen Titans #21 Aug 22, 2018
6.0

For some reason I can't get into this comic, as much as I'd like to. Same happened with the previous issue. Something just doesn't click to me - maybe it's the story, maybe it's the characters maybe it's Robin's awkward BJ lips, or maybe it's me. It's going to take few more issues to figure out that mystery, I suppose. But as of now, I can't say I'm impressed with this newly formed comic.

Teen Titans #21

By: Adam Glass, Bernard Chang
Released: Aug 22, 2018

Next up on the Teen Titans' target list is none other than longtime antagonist Gizmo, whose neighborhood toy store secretly serves as a front for his arms-dealing business. (You can get a Nerf blaster and a rail gun? Cool!) But this whole escapade is about to blow up in their faces when they find Gizmo strapped to an atomic bomb that's about to go ...

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SnakeWilson - Aug 26, 2018

the suicide squad vibe was very strong in this edition, I do not hate SS but it bothered me a little to see this team in that way

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myconius reviewed Detective Comics #987 Aug 22, 2018
5.0

Karma is just a "meh" villain.
some out-of-nowhere joe that all of the sudden knows Bruce Wayne's secret identity,
all thanks to his magical MacGuffin mask that i've never heard of before.
but it's super over powered, and lets him read minds.
he's a forgettable D-lister at best.

i wasn't thrilled seeing Bryan Hill making Batman use the same trick that
Grant Mor more

Detective Comics #987

By: Bryan Hill, Miguel Mendonca
Released: Aug 22, 2018

Then, the pulse-pounding "On the Outside" storyline hurtles toward its cataclysmic conclusion! Batman has tasked Katana, Black Lightning, the Signal and Orphan (a.k.a. Cassandra Cain) with stopping a rogue operator using alien technology that can crack into any mind on Earth! What does this case have to do with the Brainiac Files seen in JUSTICE LE...

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Nihilist reviewed The Terrifics #7 Aug 22, 2018
8.5

The Terrifics continue to amaze, providing their iconic humor, some character development, and of course, continuing the mysterious Tom Strong story. It's great - what else could I say? Every month I'm repeating myself stating how good The Terrifics are, and this month is no exception. Great issue in a great run - enough said.

The Terrifics #7

By: Jeff Lemire, Dale Eaglesham
Released: Aug 22, 2018

Welcome to Millennium City in part one of "Tom Strong and the Terrifics"! To cure themselves of the Dark Energy bond that's gripped them, the Terrifics use the Dark Multiverse antenna to track down the one man who can help them-Tom Strong. In Millennium City, the Terrifics follow Strong's signal, only to find his lab destroyed and his loyal A.I. ai...

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daddyT reviewed Detective Comics #987 Aug 23, 2018
5.0

an ok issue which loses a point because I just don't like the way this new team is being formed. somehow Batman thinks he can just assign people to teams? and the way he beats Karma is... very comic-booky, ok.

Detective Comics #987

By: Bryan Hill, Miguel Mendonca
Released: Aug 22, 2018

Then, the pulse-pounding "On the Outside" storyline hurtles toward its cataclysmic conclusion! Batman has tasked Katana, Black Lightning, the Signal and Orphan (a.k.a. Cassandra Cain) with stopping a rogue operator using alien technology that can crack into any mind on Earth! What does this case have to do with the Brainiac Files seen in JUSTICE LE...

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myconius - Aug 23, 2018

the way Karma was defeated in this issue, was the exact way that Batman stopped 'The Lump' from stealing his memories for Darkseid's clone army in Batman issue #683. ...i wonder if Bryan Hill had read that issue and felt enough time had passed to mine that idea?

8.5

Titans Vol. 3: A Judas Among Us Rebirth

By: Dan Abnett, Kenneth Rocafort

As Omen begins her investigation into the identity of the team's traitor, the Titans launch a full assault on H.I.V.E., whom they believe hold the key to restoring Bumblebee's broken mind. Meanwhile, tensions rise when Roy discovers Wally and Donna's blossoming romance-which threatens to tear the Titans apart! Collects issues #12-18.  

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8.0

Titans Vol. 2: Made In Manhattan

By: Dan Abnett, Minkyu Jung

As Wally West and the Titans adjust to their new lives in New York City and investigate a new threat, a mysterious company called Meta Solutions comes to the forefront. Who are they? And what stunning discovery will the Titans make about their new foe? Collects issues #7-10, TITANS ANNUAL #1 and stories from DC REBIRTH HOLIDAY SPECIAL.  

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8.0

Titans Vol. 1: The Return Of Wally West

By: Dan Abnett, Brett Booth

The members of the super-team known as the Teen Titans were heroes but, more than that, the best of friends. A special bond held them together through even the toughest situations.
 
Then their connection became a memory. And that memory faded, stolen from time. Only one person remembers. His name is Wally West. Once upon a time, he...

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8.0

Titans The Lazarus Contract

By: Dan Abnett, Brett Booth

When Deathstroke discovers that Wally West's return holds the key to bringing his son back from the dead, he'll stop at nothing to do just that. Standing in his way? Both the Teen Titans and the Titans! But will the Titans and the Teen Titans be fast enough to stop him from changing the world as we know it? Collects TITANS #11, TEEN TITANS #8, DEAT...

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SnakeWilson rated Black Panther #7 Aug 5, 2018
10

Black Panther #7

By: Christopher Priest, Joe Jusko

T’Challa held captive by Manuel Ramos! But when Panther escapes, he finds himself prey to the villain who last bested him- Kraven the Hunter! A game of cat and mouse turns fatal.

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SnakeWilson rated Black Panther #6 Aug 5, 2018
10

Black Panther #6

By: Christopher Priest, Joe Jusko

At a state dinner in New York, Kraven the Hunter attacks Black Panther…with a hungry lion in tow! Plus, conflict over the Dora Milaje's true function.

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SnakeWilson rated Black Panther #5 Aug 4, 2018
10

Black Panther #5

By: Christopher Priest, Vince Evans

Mephisto takes Black Panther and Everett Ross to Hell! The demon exploits T’Challa’s vulnerability to the Wakandan people. Will Mephisto burn Panther to a crisp with mind games?

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SnakeWilson reviewed Batman #26 Aug 4, 2018
8.0

strange dialogue
there is a part where batman says something and the next page gordon repeats it
but it was much better than the last issues

Batman #26

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Jul 5, 2017

"THE WAR OF JOKES AND RIDDLES" part two! The Riddler and The Joker escalate their bloody feud, and the villains of Gotham City are forced to choose sides or be caught in the crossfire! It's up to Batman to push himself to the limit and keep innocent citizens out of harm's way.

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SnakeWilson reviewed Batman #25 Aug 4, 2018
4.0

so this batman only existed for 1 year
and that was enough for him to face all these villains? to create a rivalry with everyone? And even stranger,two face already exist there
the fact that the joker stops laughing because of Batman in just 1 year it's kind dumb and no sense too
the story as a whole makes no sense,catwoman was already in gotham when it all happened, bruce could jus more

Batman #25

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Jun 21, 2017

"The War of Jokes and Riddles" part one! Don't miss this extra-sized anniversary issue! In his own words, Bruce Wayne narrates a harrowing, never-before-told story of the Dark Knight's greatest failure...and the horrors it unleashed! In the spirit of YEAR ONE and THE LONG HALLOWEEN, prepare to see a side of Batman you've never seen before-get in on...

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Kgphil01 reviewed Batman #24 Jun 7, 2017
4.0

I don't even know where to begin!? The Emo version of Batman King is trying to force upon us, the insane amount of pointless dialog in this issue or the ridiculous ending... if you enjoyed this issue all the more power to you but in my opinion this is filler at its absolute worst. I don't know if it's double shipping or something else but something is taking a toll on this book. Giving it a 4 onl more

Batman #24

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Jun 7, 2017

"Aftermath"! Gotham City is at peace...but a war is coming. Armed with the terrifying knowledge gained from the mysterious button, Batman prepares for the coming storm by making a proposition to one of his enemies-one that will change everything for the Dark Knight and his allies!
RATED T

SnakeWilson reviewed Batman #24 Aug 4, 2018
7.5

good ideias but weird dialogue

Batman #24

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Jun 7, 2017

"Aftermath"! Gotham City is at peace...but a war is coming. Armed with the terrifying knowledge gained from the mysterious button, Batman prepares for the coming storm by making a proposition to one of his enemies-one that will change everything for the Dark Knight and his allies!
RATED T

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8.0

now THIS is how you write Jon Kent!

i was skeptical if this series was going to be worth picking up, but i have faith in Peter Tomasi and he didn't disappoint me.
Tomasi knows how to write a fun and enjoyable comic.

if you enjoyed the banter between Jon and Damian from the first run of Super Sons, then i believe this comic may be up your alley?

i'm really hap more

Adventures of the Super Sons #1

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Carlo Barberi
Released: Aug 1, 2018

The Super Sons are back in an all-new 12-issue miniseries written by Peter J. Tomasi! Check out the lost and secret adventures of Damian Wayne (Robin) and Jon Kent (Superboy) in this flashback miniseries that takes a deep dive into the bombastic bromance between the sons of the DC Universe's greatest heroes. It's an epic dual storyline that transce...

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Nihilist reviewed Deathstroke #34 Aug 1, 2018
8.5

Out of all issues from the crossover event, this one seems to be the most straight-forward one, and I like it. There's a solid explanation of how Deathstroke found the Bat Cave, and of course, a solid part of the comic id dedicated solely to brutal, raw fight between Slade and Bruce.
Overall great issue, can't wait for the conclusion.

Deathstroke #34

By: Christopher Priest, Carlo Pagulayan
Released: Aug 1, 2018

It's part five of "Batman vs. Deathstroke," and "The Stormy Present" finds our two marquee combatants locked in the Batcave, forced to resolve their differences-or die trying! The showdown only turns saltier when the feds seize Bruce Wayne's assets, including Wayne Manor, after Slade drops a dime. And Deathstroke shows Batman he's not the only dete...

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myconius reviewed Batman #52 Aug 1, 2018
3.0

if Victor had gone right to the police
this would never have happened.

Bruce isn’t presenting a valid argument.
even IF Freeze happens to be innocent, he was still in violation of his parole.
whatever BS reasons Freeze had for suiting up and leaving his house arrest, if he was truly afraid that Batman was coming for him then he should have called the police. how did he more

Batman #52

By: Tom King, Lee Weeks
Released: Aug 1, 2018

"Cold Days" continues! The jury in the Mr. Freeze trial is hopelessly deadlocked because one man won't vote guilty-and that man is Bruce Wayne. Freeze's defense is that Batman used excessive force, making his arrest illegal, and Bruce is the one man who actually knows for sure what went down between Batman and his ice-cold nemesis. And if Bruce is ...

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egon244 - Aug 6, 2018

True. I guess my self-righteousness got the best of me.

Talon1load - Aug 7, 2018

Still, at least people are talking about it. Whether it sucks or not, that’s what DC wants. Everyone has differing opinions and we take stances because we care about the character. No one is forced to read the reviews or the comments so just let people talk man. It literally does no harm to anyone.

8.0

Adventures of the Super Sons #1

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Carlo Barberi
Released: Aug 1, 2018

The Super Sons are back in an all-new 12-issue miniseries written by Peter J. Tomasi! Check out the lost and secret adventures of Damian Wayne (Robin) and Jon Kent (Superboy) in this flashback miniseries that takes a deep dive into the bombastic bromance between the sons of the DC Universe's greatest heroes. It's an epic dual storyline that transce...

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