SnakeWilson's Profile

Joined: Aug 28, 2016

Recent Activity

SnakeWilson liked this:
YourGreenMuse reviewed Aquaman #45 Feb 20, 2019
8.5

Probably the best issue so far. It was quickly paced, it never overstayed its welcome, and it didn't bog itself down with even more exposition.

Aquaman #45

By: Kelly Sue DeConnick, Robson Rocha
Released: Feb 20, 2019

She's heeeeeere! Witness the epic origin of Aquaman's most dangerous foe yet-the nefarious Namma! Meanwhile, Aquaman, still trying to piece together his strange vision of a mysterious red-headed woman, agrees to accompany Caille across dangerous waters to meet her long-lost mother in exchange for recovering his lost memories. But as the two allies ...

+ LikeComment
SnakeWilson liked this:
Nihilist reviewed Batman #65 Feb 20, 2019
6.0

I recently had a friendly discussion regarding possible spin-off story, book, movie, you name it, set in the Harry Potter universe and focusing on Marauders' lives at Hogwarts. My friend, being a giant potterhead she is, said she'd love such thing to be made, I, on the other hand, having more cynical and nihilistic worldview, asked an important question: "is there even enough source material and p more

Batman #65

By: Joshua Williamson, Guillem March
Released: Feb 20, 2019

"THE PRICE" part three! The two greatest detectives in the DC Universe take on the one cold case that will tear them apart!
As chief architect of the Sanctuary program that cost so much for so many, especially Wally West, Batman will be held accountable...by the Flash!
A cold case from the Justice League's past has mysteriously re-opened, ...

+ LikeComments (3)
Darkseid24 - Feb 21, 2019

I still haven’t read this, but seems I haven’t missed so much,

Nihilist - Feb 21, 2019

Yeah, you definitely haven't, my friend. There really is not much to this crossover, sadly. Just a bunch of leftovers from the table.

SnakeWilson liked this:
Darkseid24 reviewed Detective Comics #998 Feb 15, 2019
6.0

This issue wasn’t that great. Batmans confrontation with Strange was very underwhelming& Batman currently doesn’t have a clue what’s going on.The ending also was pretty weird. Hope Tomasis run doesn’t turn mediocre so fast like his AK run was.

Detective Comics #998

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Feb 13, 2019

Batman's tried everything on Earth to stop the menace hunting his friends and family...now it's time to turn to things not of this Earth! In the past, whenever Batman's encountered the supernatural, he's turned to Jason Blood for guidance-and to Etrigan, the demonic entity living inside him! But securing their help is never simple, and what Blood h...

+ LikeComment
SnakeWilson liked this:
YourGreenMuse reviewed Superman #8 Feb 16, 2019
4.0

I'm never going to be able to get around how, in order for this story to work, characters have to act completely out of character. If I had to give this anything, it's that the scene between Jon and Jor-El at the beginning had some good moments. And the cliffhanger was cool, as a spectacle. I don't know why it's happening, but hey, it's the Crime Syndicate!

Superman #8

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Feb 13, 2019

The epic secrets of Superman continue to unfold! A few months in space with his paternal grandfather Jor-El changed Jon Kent forever. With Jon now seeking help from his father, the Man of Steel must learn about the war his son and father fought together and set right the wrongs his father may have unleashed on other worlds. See what changed Superbo...

+ LikeComment
SnakeWilson liked this:
StoryFox reviewed Superman #8 Feb 14, 2019
4.0

It’s marginally better than the last issue, but the previous issue was a train wreck, so that doesn’t say much.

There’s some good moments here, like the first pages with Jon and Jon-El talking about their places in the universe. It’s interesting and explores their characters. However, things quickly went downhill from there. Narrative is inconsistent at best (Superman randomly h more

Superman #8

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Feb 13, 2019

The epic secrets of Superman continue to unfold! A few months in space with his paternal grandfather Jor-El changed Jon Kent forever. With Jon now seeking help from his father, the Man of Steel must learn about the war his son and father fought together and set right the wrongs his father may have unleashed on other worlds. See what changed Superbo...

+ LikeComment
SnakeWilson liked this:
PeteRick reviewed Superman #8 Feb 13, 2019
1.0

Can we switch doomsday clock characters and put bendis there, cause i think he has far more chances to destroy the dc universe than dr.Manhattan; and i would love to see the character that he's writing kick his ass!!!

Superman #8

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Feb 13, 2019

The epic secrets of Superman continue to unfold! A few months in space with his paternal grandfather Jor-El changed Jon Kent forever. With Jon now seeking help from his father, the Man of Steel must learn about the war his son and father fought together and set right the wrongs his father may have unleashed on other worlds. See what changed Superbo...

+ LikeComment
SnakeWilson liked this:
Darkseid24 reviewed Mister Miracle Collected Feb 13, 2019
4.5

As a long time fan of the New Gods I don’t really understand all the good reviews for Mister Miracle. The characters aren’t really in character& while you could excuse this happening to characters like Granny or Orion due to the outcome of the story you can’t excuse it with Scott. He’s acting and also looking like an alcohol addict& why you could argue, that he’s a broken character due t more

Mister Miracle Collected

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads

The critically acclaimed 12-issue mini-series is collected. Scott Free is the greatest escape artist who ever lived. So great that he escaped Granny Goodness' gruesome orphanage and the dangers of Apokolips to travel across galaxies and set up a new life on Earth with his wife, the former Female Fury known as Big Barda. Using the stage alter ego of...

+ LikeComments (5)
YourGreenMuse - Feb 19, 2019

You could say the same thing to Comix4fever. "How dare people hate something you enjoy?". He went out of his way to tell you you're wrong while not realizing how hypocritical that makes him.

Darkseid24 - Feb 19, 2019

@YourGreenMusenYou have a point here :)

SnakeWilson liked this:
Bleemak reviewed The Batman Who Laughs #3 Feb 13, 2019
9.0

Gordon Jr. is amazing in this. And so is almost everything else. The art is a bit rushed in some places but otherwise acceptable.

But why I like this mini-series so much is because of the ultimate villain that BWL is for Bruce. No matter what he thinks or plans, Batman Who Laughs has already think that. And Snyder doesn't undercut Bruce in anyway to make BWL look more awesome.

The Batman Who Laughs #3

By: Scott Snyder, Jock
Released: Feb 13, 2019

All the pieces are starting to fit together as the Batman Who Laughs acquires another key element in his plan-one that is linked to the founding fathers of Gotham City and to a legacy started by the Wayne family and protected by none other than Oswald Cobblepot. While the Penguin goes head-to-head with the darkest version of his mortal enemy, Batma...

+ LikeComments (1)
Darkseid24 - Feb 13, 2019

The Grim Knight will have his own one shot soon. Guess his origin is explained there.

SnakeWilson is now following RBL Feb 13, 2019

RBL

Reviews: 30

Pull List: 1

+ LikeComment
SnakeWilson liked this:
RBL reviewed Superman #8 Feb 13, 2019
2.0

Everyone is apparently dumb as rocks in this issue, and this next Shyamalan-esque twist just allow the writer to crap on an entire other universe. I can’t but imagine Earth-3 will end up worse this time around that in its last appearance, in which it was destroyed.

More detailed review to follow later today.

Superman #8

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Feb 13, 2019

The epic secrets of Superman continue to unfold! A few months in space with his paternal grandfather Jor-El changed Jon Kent forever. With Jon now seeking help from his father, the Man of Steel must learn about the war his son and father fought together and set right the wrongs his father may have unleashed on other worlds. See what changed Superbo...

+ LikeComments (2)
PeteRick - Feb 15, 2019

I don't think bendis will undo the aging thing regarding jon

RBL - Feb 15, 2019

He said he’s committed to the change so that’s feasible. He has not delivered on anything he promised fans, beginning with a good story, so why would he start now?

SnakeWilson is now following MyNameIsNotJohn Feb 13, 2019

MyNameIsNotJohn

Reviews: 295

Pull List: 0

+ LikeComment
SnakeWilson reviewed Superman #8 Feb 13, 2019
3.5

the first pages with jon talking about how he feels were pretty good but the rest of the comic was just some of the worst dialogue i ever seen, like, THE ROOM levels of bad dialogue

Superman #8

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Feb 13, 2019

The epic secrets of Superman continue to unfold! A few months in space with his paternal grandfather Jor-El changed Jon Kent forever. With Jon now seeking help from his father, the Man of Steel must learn about the war his son and father fought together and set right the wrongs his father may have unleashed on other worlds. See what changed Superbo...

+ LikeComments (2)
MyNameIsNotJohn - Feb 13, 2019

Everybody betray me, I’m fed up with this comic!

SnakeWilson - Feb 13, 2019

I wish Bendis had left those stupid dialogues in his pocket

SnakeWilson rated Detective Comics #998 Feb 13, 2019
7.5

Detective Comics #998

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Feb 13, 2019

Batman's tried everything on Earth to stop the menace hunting his friends and family...now it's time to turn to things not of this Earth! In the past, whenever Batman's encountered the supernatural, he's turned to Jason Blood for guidance-and to Etrigan, the demonic entity living inside him! But securing their help is never simple, and what Blood h...

+ LikeComment
8.0

The Batman Who Laughs #3

By: Scott Snyder, Jock
Released: Feb 13, 2019

All the pieces are starting to fit together as the Batman Who Laughs acquires another key element in his plan-one that is linked to the founding fathers of Gotham City and to a legacy started by the Wayne family and protected by none other than Oswald Cobblepot. While the Penguin goes head-to-head with the darkest version of his mortal enemy, Batma...

+ LikeComment
SnakeWilson liked this:
Muggz reviewed Female Furies #1 Feb 6, 2019
1.0

agenda trash

Female Furies #1

By: Cecil Castellucci, Adriana Melo
Released: Feb 6, 2019

All their lives the Female Furies have been raised to be the meanest, most cunning and most ruthless fighting force on all of Apokolips. So why are Granny Goodness' girls left behind every time the men go to war? With the might of New Genesis hanging over the planet, and the Forever People making mincemeat out of Darkseid's army, Granny thinks it's...

SnakeWilson liked this:
myconius posted on ohhaimark's profile Feb 6, 2019

good news! i was checking out the solicits for Detective Comics, and it looks like the series is dropping the bi-weekly release schedule and will be coming out monthly from now on.

+ LikeComments (3)
ohhaimark - Feb 6, 2019

Whoops! Oh well, we can't have everything I guess. On the plus side, April solicits have shown us that the abomination known as Damage is done for!

myconius - Feb 6, 2019

that would have been great if they dropped the bi-weekly, but i guess i'll have to keep hoping. hahahaha!! very true! i guess we did get some good news after all! :D

SnakeWilson commented on this:
Nihilist reviewed Deathstroke #40 Feb 6, 2019
6.5

Yikes, Deathstroke's run, one of the most consistent and tightest Rebirth series, seems to really lose its grip. I didn't enjoy the entire Arkham arc, which not only was super convoluted, but also changed the series' established tone, introducing odd Deadpool inspired comedy and surreal silliness. I sure hope Priest has a solid plan in his sleeve, because as of now, I don't understand a thing that more

Deathstroke #40

By: Christopher Priest, Fernando Pasarin
Released: Feb 6, 2019

Deathstroke's son Jericho breaks into Arkham Asylum in an effort to free him, but Slade Wilson is caught up in his own conflict with the return of Dev-a.k.a. "Death Masque"-and the realization that his hallucinatory trip into outer space may have been more real than previously advertised! Meanwhile, Two-Face has Rose dead to rights-is there anyone ...

+ LikeComments (6)
Nihilist - Feb 7, 2019

Same. I was worryng that Rose may be killed off, for some reason, since she barely had anything to do recently, and her journey in this issue was somewhat flat. Hope to see more of her, preferably with a decent arc.

Darkseid24 - Feb 7, 2019

That’s true, I hope so too. So were the villains even real or were they just hit with that nonlethal weapon Deathstroke used? Don’t really know what was real& what not.

SnakeWilson liked this:
YourGreenMuse reviewed The Silencer #13 Feb 1, 2019
4.0

This sure was a thing that exists.

The Silencer #13

By: Dan Abnett, Sandu Florea
Released: Jan 30, 2019

How could we possibly top the shocking final page of THE SILENCER #12? Buckle up and find out! The Leviathan War ends, and a winner rises-but what does that mean for the Silencer? At long last, learn the secrets behind the Silencer's powers, her rise as Talia's right hand and how she became the woman known as Honor Guest...

+ LikeComment
SnakeWilson liked this:
JordanT4021 reviewed Female Furies #1 Feb 6, 2019
4.0

I have to admit, theres a slight excitement when first opening up this comic. With art so bright and reminiscent of Kirby's, you'd truly think you're in for a treat. Unfortunately, looks can be deceiving.

As soon as you start reading this issue, the problems become glaringly obvious. The characters are beyond one-note and dull (an alarming contrast to the bright colours of the issue), more

Female Furies #1

By: Cecil Castellucci, Adriana Melo
Released: Feb 6, 2019

All their lives the Female Furies have been raised to be the meanest, most cunning and most ruthless fighting force on all of Apokolips. So why are Granny Goodness' girls left behind every time the men go to war? With the might of New Genesis hanging over the planet, and the Forever People making mincemeat out of Darkseid's army, Granny thinks it's...

SnakeWilson is now following JordanT4021 Feb 6, 2019

JordanT4021

Reviews: 18

Pull List: 5

+ LikeComment
SnakeWilson is now following Nightmare of Solomon Feb 6, 2019

Nightmare of Solomon

Reviews: 273

Pull List: 11

+ LikeComment
SnakeWilson liked this:
Nightmare of Solomon reviewed Female Furies #1 Feb 6, 2019
3.0

Darkseid gets #metoo'd

Female Furies #1

By: Cecil Castellucci, Adriana Melo
Released: Feb 6, 2019

All their lives the Female Furies have been raised to be the meanest, most cunning and most ruthless fighting force on all of Apokolips. So why are Granny Goodness' girls left behind every time the men go to war? With the might of New Genesis hanging over the planet, and the Forever People making mincemeat out of Darkseid's army, Granny thinks it's...

SnakeWilson reviewed Deathstroke #40 Feb 6, 2019
8.0

for each answer, 10 more questions are made
Slade is crazy, but Devon isn't...? The zeta bean exists?
When we think we might get some conclusion, things got more weird

Deathstroke #40

By: Christopher Priest, Fernando Pasarin
Released: Feb 6, 2019

Deathstroke's son Jericho breaks into Arkham Asylum in an effort to free him, but Slade Wilson is caught up in his own conflict with the return of Dev-a.k.a. "Death Masque"-and the realization that his hallucinatory trip into outer space may have been more real than previously advertised! Meanwhile, Two-Face has Rose dead to rights-is there anyone ...

+ LikeComments (8)
Nihilist - Feb 7, 2019

Yeah, she wasn't. But compare her portrayal in Batman, Heroes in Crisis, Damage, Dark Nights Metal and Harley Quinn. Her personality and motivations change 180 degrees in every book. Strange's shift seems like a similar problem.

Darkseid24 - Feb 7, 2019

That’s true, but I want villain Ivy back. She’s so lame these days.

SnakeWilson liked this:
Nihilist reviewed Female Furies #1 Feb 6, 2019
3.0

If you thought only WB does not understand DC characters, as proven with multiple choices done in the DCEU (Riddler-Luthor, Harley and Joker both having tattooed faces, murdering Batman, TMNT Doomsday, etc.), read this comic and think again. Sigh, what a mess, where characters are merely one dimensional shells, and their stories are second to the pseudo-empowerment theme so unsubtle and ironically more

Female Furies #1

By: Cecil Castellucci, Adriana Melo
Released: Feb 6, 2019

All their lives the Female Furies have been raised to be the meanest, most cunning and most ruthless fighting force on all of Apokolips. So why are Granny Goodness' girls left behind every time the men go to war? With the might of New Genesis hanging over the planet, and the Forever People making mincemeat out of Darkseid's army, Granny thinks it's...

+ LikeComments (5)
ohhaimark - Feb 6, 2019

Looking through the preview along with reading the reviews has strongly confirmed my decision not to read this series...

Darkseid24 - Feb 6, 2019

It also has good parts I think. It just reduces the characters to one part of their characters, but they are way more complex. I still liked it way more than Darkseid War or Mr. Miracle.

SnakeWilson liked this:
Nihilist reviewed Young Justice #2 Feb 6, 2019
7.0

You know these stories, where two chapters seem so disjointed and loosely connected, they feel like two separate tales? That's exactly how I feel about this issue - on the one hand it continues events from #1, on the other it skipped any points in between then and now. To help you visualize - imagine that after the debut issue, Jinny Hex took a giant bottle of moonshine she most likely has in her more

Young Justice #2

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Patrick Gleason
Released: Feb 6, 2019

The new teen super-team unites as Robin (Tim Drake), Wonder Girl, Teen Lantern and Jinny Hex join forces to help Amethyst free Gemworld from those who control it. In another section of the strange dimension, Connor Kent and Impulse find themselves taken captive-but if this is really Superboy, why isn't he putting up a fight with his friend and form...

+ LikeComments (1)
egon244 - Feb 6, 2019

Just like last time your remark about Jinny is super, super mean and funny. As for the loose connections. I imagine that the next issue will show us how Robin and Amethyst teamed up and the next one will focus on Impulse and Superboi. All while pushing the story a little bit further.

SnakeWilson liked this:
Samuel Almeida reviewed Female Furies #1 Feb 6, 2019
1.0

..........what in the fucking fuck did i just read?.............
seriously, for the love of Jack Kirby what was that atrocity????????
I was expecting some female empowerment to happen in this book because its a good thing. But THIS? If i were a woman i would be furious! Every female character in this book is completely out of character! They act like theyre some kind of weakling creature more

Female Furies #1

By: Cecil Castellucci, Adriana Melo
Released: Feb 6, 2019

All their lives the Female Furies have been raised to be the meanest, most cunning and most ruthless fighting force on all of Apokolips. So why are Granny Goodness' girls left behind every time the men go to war? With the might of New Genesis hanging over the planet, and the Forever People making mincemeat out of Darkseid's army, Granny thinks it's...

+ LikeComments (11)
Samuel Almeida - Feb 7, 2019

Maybe its a combination of not reading the original books, not respecting the legacy and what these characters stand for and trying just too damn hard to put their own voice into the story. So hard, it fails

Darkseid24 - Feb 7, 2019

You perfectly described it 👏

SnakeWilson rated Young Justice #2 Feb 6, 2019
7.5

Young Justice #2

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Patrick Gleason
Released: Feb 6, 2019

The new teen super-team unites as Robin (Tim Drake), Wonder Girl, Teen Lantern and Jinny Hex join forces to help Amethyst free Gemworld from those who control it. In another section of the strange dimension, Connor Kent and Impulse find themselves taken captive-but if this is really Superboy, why isn't he putting up a fight with his friend and form...

+ LikeComment
SnakeWilson reviewed Female Furies #1 Feb 6, 2019
1.5

there is definitely an agenda going on here

Female Furies #1

By: Cecil Castellucci, Adriana Melo
Released: Feb 6, 2019

All their lives the Female Furies have been raised to be the meanest, most cunning and most ruthless fighting force on all of Apokolips. So why are Granny Goodness' girls left behind every time the men go to war? With the might of New Genesis hanging over the planet, and the Forever People making mincemeat out of Darkseid's army, Granny thinks it's...

+ LikeComments (1)
Superheroes for Hire - Feb 15, 2019

Yeah, that was in the solicitation text for this issue.

SnakeWilson rated The Wrong Earth #6 Feb 6, 2019
8.0

The Wrong Earth #6

By: Tom Peyer, Jamal Igle
Released: Feb 6, 2019

Season Finale! With their secret identities endangered on both worlds, Dragonfly and Dragonflyman each resort to a shock tactic to protect the other's status quo! Plus! An extreme Dragonfly flashback! And! Short stories, illustrations, and more!

+ LikeComment
SnakeWilson liked this:
Nihilist reviewed Batman #64 Feb 6, 2019
6.0

While this Batman/Flash crossover doesn't capture my attention and imagination nearly as much as The Button did, I can't say it's bad. At least so far. It's readable, and that's certainly an improvement over regular Batman comics written by Tom King, but being readable isn't enough for me to recommend it.

For the most part, the comic tries to be a sort of duct tape, sticking previous ev more

Batman #64

By: Joshua Williamson, Guillem March
Released: Feb 6, 2019

"THE PRICE" part one! The two greatest detectives in the DC Universe take on the one cold case that will tear them apart!
As chief architect of the Sanctuary program that cost so much for so many, especially Wally West, Batman will be held accountable...by the Flash!
A cold case from the Justice League's past has mysteriously re-opened, an...

+ LikeComments (1)
RBL - Feb 6, 2019

It’s a welcome change from the ongoing arc before it at least. Like you said nothing particularly spectacular but also not really bad. It’s above average and could improve in subsequent issues, but definitely not as hyped as “The Button”.

Reviews for the Week of...

February

January

More