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waltgator93 reviewed Batman #81 Oct 16, 2019
3.0

So the slap was a message? Total bullshit! Last minute change due to people asking about the aftermath. Got way too much recap. Just an awful story.

Batman #81

By: Tom King, John Romita Jr
Released: Oct 16, 2019

It's time for the big showdown. Batman is calling Bane out. But is the Dark Knight Detective ready to take on the foe who broke him worse than any other that came before? And what else stands in Batman's way, to put an obstacle between him and his enemy? Tread lightly, Batman, because not only do the lives of your son and trusted friends hang in th...

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SONOFBATMANN reviewed Batman #81 Oct 16, 2019
1.0

This is a legitimate waste of paper, ink, money, and most importantly, my time.

Fuck Morse code, now you can just punch people to convey a message. - Tom King the Scholar

Batman #81

By: Tom King, John Romita Jr
Released: Oct 16, 2019

It's time for the big showdown. Batman is calling Bane out. But is the Dark Knight Detective ready to take on the foe who broke him worse than any other that came before? And what else stands in Batman's way, to put an obstacle between him and his enemy? Tread lightly, Batman, because not only do the lives of your son and trusted friends hang in th...

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myconius - Oct 17, 2019

hahahahahaha!!!

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YourGreenMuse reviewed Batman #81 Oct 16, 2019
1.5

This is the THIRD issue of this type in this run. It was lazy every single time. The way you properly set up a twist like that is that you foreshadow it. You leave connections and clues. You don't just think it up, not bake it into the background of the story, and then at the end go "Aha! I'm so smart!" I don't understand how anyone could read this and think it's good. And, by the way, I called it more

Batman #81

By: Tom King, John Romita Jr
Released: Oct 16, 2019

It's time for the big showdown. Batman is calling Bane out. But is the Dark Knight Detective ready to take on the foe who broke him worse than any other that came before? And what else stands in Batman's way, to put an obstacle between him and his enemy? Tread lightly, Batman, because not only do the lives of your son and trusted friends hang in th...

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Nihilist reviewed Event Leviathan #5 Oct 10, 2019
3.5

As often ith Bendis, it's all talk, but no substance. There is some story underneath this never ending waterfall of meaningless dialogues, but it's pretty darn difficult to find anything that matters among them.

Previous issues, time and time again, have proven that a lot of talking doesn't equate to having good/complex plot. Think about this - Orwell's Animal Farm has 112 pages, while more

Event Leviathan #5

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Alex Maleev
Released: Oct 9, 2019

From the Eisner Award-winning team of writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Alex Maleev, it's the reveal of the biggest mystery of the summer. Who is Leviathan? And what is their true goal? You're going to find out here! Plus, Lois Lane had a whole other team working this story the entire time,  and-oh man!-someone found something!

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myconius reviewed Batman #80 Oct 2, 2019
1.0

oh dear LORD what an absolute mess!!!
this was so very painful to get through.
when we don't have the luxury of pretty art to mask the terrible writing,
this janky art really shows how bad the writing really is.

awful AWFUL dialogue!
disjointed scenes.
story barely progresses.

bunch of empty nothing.

Batman #80

By: Tom King, John Romita Jr
Released: Oct 2, 2019

The bad guys thought they had it made with Bane in control, but with Batman back in Gotham they'll be reminded what justice feels like... and how it hurts when it hits you in the face. With Catwoman at his side, the Caped Crusader is looking to take down Bane's army and reclaim his city. But what happens when old allies like Gotham Girl also stand ...

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myconius - Oct 2, 2019

Eisner awards must be next to worthless. ...yeah this whole entire run was chocked with filler. (AKA bullshit) ...Tom King is definitely the WORST Batman writer i've ever read.

Darkseid24 - Oct 3, 2019

One of the worst.

SnakeWilson reviewed Deathstroke #48 Oct 2, 2019
10

Man, i love this issue
the thing about Priest's take on Deathstroke is that you almost never see whats going on in the characters mind, a lot people dislike this, and i can see why, but, i think it was a smart decision since this make issues like this more impactful.

I also like the idea of Slade disguised as a nurse, i know the explanation in the issue is about how is the last thi more

Deathstroke #48

By: Christopher Priest, Carlo Pagulayan
Released: Oct 2, 2019

Deathstroke is back and more ruthless than ever as he challenges the Legion of Doom and continues a bloody rampage to attain the power that Lex Luthor gave to Slade's son, Jericho. Meanwhile, the tragic deaths of two teenagers in a sleepy Arkansas county lead a local police chief to discover a secret that could cost him his life.

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Fastest Archer Alive reviewed Flash Forward #1 Sep 18, 2019
8.5

Had to write a review because the critic reviews are too low on this in my opinion.

Heroes In Crisis succeeded in humanizing Wally West and showing how massive emotional trauma can affect someone with massive power. And how that might not turn out so good to those closest to him, literally. Unfortunately, due to the lack of focus on Wally West post DC Rebirth, fans weren’t ready to se more

Flash Forward #1

By: Scott Lobdell, Brett Booth
Released: Sep 18, 2019

His name is Wally West-and he was the Fastest Man Alive. That is, until the Multiverse was rewritten without him or his family in it. Wally returned and tried to make it work, but the damage was done. Spinning out of the events of HEROES IN CRISIS, follow the man who called himself Flash on an adventure to find redemption in a cosmos that has fough...

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Talon1load - Sep 20, 2019

I read Flash War and it honestly made no sense. Barry said he was going to help Wally find his family and then sent him away and never helped. HiC was still shit. There’s just no getting around that. Being broken isn’t an excuse for what King made him do.

Fastest Archer Alive - Sep 20, 2019

Well, you’re not SUPPOSED to like what he did. But given that he was shell shocked and the story was showing how superheroes can have mental damage and stuff, you can’t say it didn’t make sense. So there’s that. Also, Barry doesn’t know HOW to help Wally. That’s why Wally was frustrated. He blamed Barry and Barry couldn’t come up with a solution so he tried to repeat Barry’s mistake. This is all in the comics if you read them.

SnakeWilson reviewed Spider-Man #1 Sep 18, 2019
1.0

did not like this, not only because some story decisions are bad, but also because the marketing for this made me think marvel would make spider man 4 in comic form
and i will never forgive them for that..

Spider-Man #1

By: J. J. Abrams, Sara Pichelli
Released: Sep 18, 2019

WHO IS CADAVEROUS?!
The most shocking and incredible comic of 2019 is here as J.J. ABRAMS (STAR WARS, STAR TREK, SUPER 8) and his son HENRY ABRAMS are joined by superstar artist SARA PICHELLI (MILES MORALES, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY) team up for SPIDER-MAN! What do they have planned for Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson?! Who is Cadaverous?! The...

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The 20 Issue Ceiling - Sep 19, 2019

I would have so loved a comic adaptation of Spider-man 4. Hopefully now that Sony has the rights back they will give us the real deal, but that still sounds practically impossible even though everyone would be willing to do it. Hollywood.

YourGreenMuse - Sep 19, 2019

Alex Ross didn't lie to you. The comic book newssites made a connection that wasn't actually there. Get over it and review the book based on what actually matters.

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Dadinho reviewed Spider-Man #1 Sep 18, 2019
1.0

i didn't even read it, I just created an account and came here dislike it because of the marketing that made me hope we would have a Spider man 4 movie.

Spider-Man #1

By: J. J. Abrams, Sara Pichelli
Released: Sep 18, 2019

WHO IS CADAVEROUS?!
The most shocking and incredible comic of 2019 is here as J.J. ABRAMS (STAR WARS, STAR TREK, SUPER 8) and his son HENRY ABRAMS are joined by superstar artist SARA PICHELLI (MILES MORALES, GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY) team up for SPIDER-MAN! What do they have planned for Peter Parker and Mary Jane Watson?! Who is Cadaverous?! The...

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Dadinho - Sep 19, 2019

i said in the first sentence that i didnt' read it, im being honest with everyone, if u think this is a stupid behave, that's fine, just ignore it

The 20 Issue Ceiling - Sep 19, 2019

Poor JJ Abrams. He will be very depressed. In all seriousness though, yeah you shouldn't have done this. For the people who use this site for what it is for, it is bad for them. You could at least edit it to a 5 so it doesn't tank the user score based on non-review.

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SONOFBATMANN reviewed Batman #79 Sep 18, 2019
2.0

Not worth the effort, just look at my previous review.

Clay Mann is great as always, Tom King is not.

"Dear lord, why do I even try?" - Tom King (Batman #77)

Batman #79

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Sep 18, 2019

In the concluding chapter of the two-part "City of Bane" interlude, Batman and Catwoman pull a job to stop Bane's supply ship from smuggling dangerous cargo into Gotham City. It'll send a message back to the big guy that his reign of terror is soon to be over...but what does it also signal for the future of Bruce and Selina?

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YourGreenMuse reviewed Batman #79 Sep 18, 2019
3.0

Using entire issues to get across a single bit of information is a quintessential example of decompression. Last issue, I thought we had the reconciliation, but I guess we still didn't, since the end of this issue pretty much mirrors the last. Except now they explain that peculiar meeting problem that we all thought was Doomsday Clock/Rebirth related, but nope it was just some poetic bullshit that more

Batman #79

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Sep 18, 2019

In the concluding chapter of the two-part "City of Bane" interlude, Batman and Catwoman pull a job to stop Bane's supply ship from smuggling dangerous cargo into Gotham City. It'll send a message back to the big guy that his reign of terror is soon to be over...but what does it also signal for the future of Bruce and Selina?

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Darkseid24 - Oct 4, 2019

Am I The only one, who doesn’t care at all about whether Batman is happy or not? He should just fight crime& concentrate on that. If I want to see love stories I watch Vampire Diaries.

Anotherfan - Oct 7, 2019

I don't think you are but that doesn't mean everybody does.

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Nihilist reviewed Batman #78 Sep 11, 2019
3.0

It's by far one of the best looking Batman comics in a while, filled with gorgeous art, from start to finish, but that's the tragedy of it - it looks great, but offers nothing of value otherwise. It's garbage, borderline unreadable due to its painful, almost mechanical dialogues, and no real, actual, genuine chemistry between Catwoman and Batman. Their relationship has become Twilight level of for more

Batman #78

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Sep 11, 2019

In the first part of a "City of Bane" interlude, Batman receives help from an ally he thought he had lost for good: Catwoman! Still recovering from the beatings he took from Bane and Flashpoint Batman, the Dark Knight readies himself for a return to Gotham City, and it's Selina Kyle who holds the key. She knows how Bane is fueling his regime, and s...

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AdmiralWhiskers - Sep 11, 2019

Understood and appreciated. I suppose the variance between your score and mine (6.5) is that you chose to penalize King's writing, which I actually thought was among his more intelligible, and not reward perhaps the best artwork in any DC book this week. Seriously, the art was a 6 on a 5 scale. I'm not saying you are wrong for your stance -- perhaps I was with mine? And then there is the meta-issue of how King could totally isolate the couple from the atrocities taking place in Gotham!

Nihilist - Sep 11, 2019

Yeah, the art was fantastic. Simply breathtaking. I decided to penalize King strongly, as you assumed, because not only nothing happened in the issue, it was also super stiff and forced. That's the worst kind of filler. So, story and dialogues are 0/10 in my book, the art 10/10, so average 33%.

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myconius reviewed Batman #78 Sep 11, 2019
1.0

an absolutely pathetic excuse for a Batman comic!!

the only thing this comic was missing was Catwoman tying Batman up in bondage with a gag-ball in his mouth, then spanking his fanny with a paddle until he said "Thank you Mistress Catwoman. May i have another?"

this has nothing to do with the issues before it.

Batman #78

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Sep 11, 2019

In the first part of a "City of Bane" interlude, Batman receives help from an ally he thought he had lost for good: Catwoman! Still recovering from the beatings he took from Bane and Flashpoint Batman, the Dark Knight readies himself for a return to Gotham City, and it's Selina Kyle who holds the key. She knows how Bane is fueling his regime, and s...

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Darkseid24 - Oct 13, 2019

I‘ve just read in an interview, that Kings run was cancelled, because his story didnt fit with the events, since the last 12 issues only will be Batman/ Catwoman& thats why he got his own mini series. Quite disappointing & boring, if the last issues wouldn’t have adressed City of Bane, but a lame love story

myconius - Oct 15, 2019

Darkseid24 - i'm not sure i believe that. i think they are trying to spare him the humiliation of booting his ass off this terrible run. it's good they ended it and saved him from embarrassing himself even further with his pathetic attempts at trying to be epic. the only thing he does that is epic is fail.

SnakeWilson reviewed Batman #78 Sep 12, 2019
1.0

oh yes, the beach episode, that's why we all love anime
in today's episode, it's made clear that the great mangaka tom king did not finish his story so more filler
the animation is gorgeous, as you can expect
our beloved protagonist is still trying to find love with his Tsundere(or wtf is the term)
unfortunately he comes out as one of those random dudes you find on social med more

Batman #78

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Sep 11, 2019

In the first part of a "City of Bane" interlude, Batman receives help from an ally he thought he had lost for good: Catwoman! Still recovering from the beatings he took from Bane and Flashpoint Batman, the Dark Knight readies himself for a return to Gotham City, and it's Selina Kyle who holds the key. She knows how Bane is fueling his regime, and s...

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myconius - Sep 12, 2019

i liked the anime reference. summed up this happy crappy comic very well.

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SONOFBATMANN reviewed Batman #78 Sep 11, 2019
4.0

I can't believe I actually read this.

The art is gorgeous, don't get me wrong, but this book though...

This is the most unimaginative and elementary comic I have ever read in my entire life. At least when I read All-Star Batman and Robin (TBW) I get some enjoyment out of attempting to decipher Miller's ridiculous storytelling, but this is just makes me lose brain-cells.
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Batman #78

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Sep 11, 2019

In the first part of a "City of Bane" interlude, Batman receives help from an ally he thought he had lost for good: Catwoman! Still recovering from the beatings he took from Bane and Flashpoint Batman, the Dark Knight readies himself for a return to Gotham City, and it's Selina Kyle who holds the key. She knows how Bane is fueling his regime, and s...

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Linkush reviewed Doomsday Clock #11 Sep 4, 2019
9.0

I just hope I'm going to be alive when the next issue comes.

Doomsday Clock #11

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: Sep 4, 2019

The critically acclaimed series by the renowned team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Gary Frank marches toward its conclusion. In this penultimate issue, the truth behind "Rebirth" is revealed as Batman searches for the one person he believes can help him save the world...Rorschach!

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myconius - Sep 4, 2019

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! X"D

Linkush - Sep 4, 2019

😂

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Nihilist reviewed Supergirl #33 Sep 5, 2019
6.0

Long story short, you lose your individualism when you're forced to conform. The series seems to be a victim of Bendis' takeover of other series connected to Supergirl, and aggressive promotion of the Legion of Superheroes' upcoming comics. Yeah, we know, it's a huge event, or so DC wants us to think, but so far it's been holding other titles back. Hopefully Kara will move on and does whatever SH more

Supergirl #33

By: Marc Andreyko, Eduardo Pansica
Released: Sep 4, 2019

After a year in space solving the mystery of Krypton's demise, Supergirl returns to Earth to discover that everything she knew as Kara Danvers is gone! Plus, the usurper Brainiac-1 has set his sights on the unsuspecting Girl of Steel-and his plans are far from benevolent!

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SnakeWilson - Sep 5, 2019

Year of Brian: Bendis takeover

Nihilist - Sep 5, 2019

Lol, that's a good one!

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Nihilist reviewed Harley Quinn & Poison Ivy #1 Sep 5, 2019
5.5

One could assume DC will try to bury Heroes in Crisis in the past, just ignore it, move along, never mention this piece of filth again... but nope, for some reason the editorial thought we need this comic, probably because they try to push this entire Year of the Villain shtick.
And because it exists to be connective tissue between two major events, the comic sure lack substance, to no one's more

Harley Quinn & Poison Ivy #1

By: Jody Houser, Adriana Melo
Released: Sep 4, 2019

Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy are taking their show on the road in this new miniseries! They'll have to evade villains and heroes alike while they explore their relationship and unpack their time and experiences at Sanctuary. Set after the events of HEROES IN CRISIS and smack in the middle of "Year of the Villain," it's a journey across the DC Univer...

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Death's Head reviewed Deathstroke #47 Sep 4, 2019
10

All Deathstroke issues recently have been great. But this one is greatly great. Loved it, Priest.

Deathstroke #47

By: Christopher Priest, Fernando Pasarin
Released: Sep 4, 2019

After being pronounced dead, Slade Wilson awakens in his daughter's apartment with no memory of how he got there. Meanwhile, Jericho's newly discovered powers continue to escalate, severing the now-godlike Joseph from his own humanity. Will absolute power corrupt Deathstroke's good son?

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4.0

You know the thing about all those beauty contests and typical Fox News segments? They're packed with beautiful women, who may look breathtaking at first glance, but the moment they open their mouths, it's clear as day their IQs are smaller than their waist sizes, otherwise they wouldn't be where they are. Seems like a weird way to start a review, but stay with me, because that's exactly how I fee more

Harley Quinn: Breaking Glass #1

By: Mariko Tamaki, Steve Pugh
Released: Aug 28, 2019

With just five dollars and a knapsack to her name, 15-year-old Harleen Quinzel is sent to live in Gotham City. She's not worried, though-she's battled a lot of hard situations as a kid, and knows her determination and outspokenness will carry her through life in the most dangerous city in the world. And when Gotham's finest drag queen, Mama, takes ...

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7.0

I'm not sure if a spin-off was necessary for DCEASED, after all, it's not like the core series is very deep and requires much exposition. And while I generally enjoyed this issue, especially parts with Constantine, I can't stop thinking this probably should have been a regular entry, not an additional supplementary comic.
It sure has its moments, and shows more desperate side of zombie infest more

DCeased: A Good Day To Die #1

By: Tom Taylor, Laura Braga
Released: Sep 4, 2019

While the mainstays of the Justice League-Superman, Green Lantern and Wonder Woman - battle the worldwide infection in the pages of DCEASED, a group of other heroes work to stop the impending apocalypse-no matter who they have to kill! Mr. Terrific assembles a motley group of surviving heroes including Mister Miracle, Big Barda, John Constantine, B...

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4.0

Well, this comic certainly won't warm up Bendis' reputation among DC fans and be the first step to redeem him after wave of bad-to-mediocre-at-best comics he's been writing for a while now.
The plot is a disjointed tale of an immortal woman, who lives long enough to se multiple periods of time, and encounter iconic characters in each. Too bad it all feels pretty pointless, since probably only more

Legion of Super-Heroes: Millennium #1

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Jim Lee
Released: Sep 4, 2019

Brought to you by some of comics' greatest talents, this epic story spans the course of 1,000 years and, for the very first time, connects all of DC's future timelines! Starring the unlikeliest of DC heroes as she learns to cope with newfound immortality and roams through the disparate societies of Batman Beyond, Kamandi and Tommy Tomorrow, wrestli...

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Legion of Super-Heroes: Millennium #1

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Jim Lee
Released: Sep 4, 2019

Brought to you by some of comics' greatest talents, this epic story spans the course of 1,000 years and, for the very first time, connects all of DC's future timelines! Starring the unlikeliest of DC heroes as she learns to cope with newfound immortality and roams through the disparate societies of Batman Beyond, Kamandi and Tommy Tomorrow, wrestli...

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SnakeWilson rated Doomsday Clock #11 Sep 4, 2019
9.0

Doomsday Clock #11

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: Sep 4, 2019

The critically acclaimed series by the renowned team of writer Geoff Johns and artist Gary Frank marches toward its conclusion. In this penultimate issue, the truth behind "Rebirth" is revealed as Batman searches for the one person he believes can help him save the world...Rorschach!

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SnakeWilson reviewed Deathstroke #47 Sep 4, 2019
9.0

So, our (old)boy is back! That fake Slade in the armour suit is a nice mystery, i think he might be a clone from the legion of doom or another slade from another earth/time line or even Slade from the future.

He looks like a mixture between the 2 runs of Deathstroke in the N52. The scars, a suit of armour, two swords, how much destruction he makes while fighting. Maybe a "critique" of more

Deathstroke #47

By: Christopher Priest, Fernando Pasarin
Released: Sep 4, 2019

After being pronounced dead, Slade Wilson awakens in his daughter's apartment with no memory of how he got there. Meanwhile, Jericho's newly discovered powers continue to escalate, severing the now-godlike Joseph from his own humanity. Will absolute power corrupt Deathstroke's good son?

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Nihilist reviewed Batman/Superman #1 Aug 28, 2019
8.5

The last time I was equally excited about Batman/Superman comic, was when Jeph Loeb was writing the new origin story of Supergirl. This is a great start for new series, full of plot twists, especially the last one - let me tell you, it was one hell of susprise, and chemistry between Supes and Bats. They work so well together because their personalities are so different, and Williamson understands more

Batman/Superman #1

By: Joshua Williamson, David Marquez
Released: Aug 28, 2019

Up in the sky, in the dark of the night, trust no one-for the Secret Six walk among us. Spinning out of the devastating events of the Batman Who Laughs, Superman and Batman are together once more in an all-new monthly series-and they're facing a terrifying new threat that could strike from anywhere. The Dark Knight and the Man of Steel must journey...

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Nihilist - Aug 29, 2019

On the other hand it's new series, so it needs to establish itself instead of requiring extra homework from readers, explain everything from a neutral point of view, and it needs to get them to buy #2, so naturally there's a big twist at the end.

DC Stuff - Sep 4, 2019

Imo, it didnt explain the big points that set it up - Batman had been fully infected so he knows all about what to look for and Jim Gordon was already shown to be infected

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Nihilist reviewed Superman #14 Aug 28, 2019
5.0

If only United Nations was what Jon claims it to be - a collective defending innocent people, fighting against violence, poverty, famine and oppression. Tell that to Iraqi, Palestinians or Syrians, all being actively ignored by the UN, whom at best wages their index finger at the US and Israel, teeling them it's not very nice to perform genocides and they should stop being naughy bullies.
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Superman #14

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Aug 28, 2019

Lex Luthor is back in Metropolis--and he's ready to wreak havoc! First stop, the most dangerous woman in the DC Universe: Lois Lane! Alone, her family a galaxy away, will Lois be tempted by Apex Lex's offer? What does Lex have that this reporter can't turn away from? Don't miss this shocking new twist in the Superman mythos!

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RBL - Aug 29, 2019

It’s also pretty damned ridiculous how 1) civilizations at war stopped their conflict because a child called for a “time out”. 2) Ignored the reason they were fighting due to the same, as Jor-El was not apprehended. 3) Heroes from the future just showed up there to say “you did the thing, congratulations! Join us!”. On that last point, do they not know that just by virtue of going to the past they’ve changed it? Taking away the “architect” of this idea will only further change things.

rayonymous - Aug 29, 2019

Couldn't agree more on the UNO proposal.

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Quinn reviewed Batman #77 Aug 21, 2019
2.5

Let me catch you up. Damian ignores dire warnings and gets his ass handed to him by Old Batman. Bane Kills Alfred as a warning to all other Bat family members. They have Damian and they'll do the same to him if they come to Gotham. I really hope they storm Gotham and Damian gets his head crushed.

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Batman #77

By: Tom King, Tony Daniel
Released: Aug 21, 2019

"City of Bane" continues! The last of the independent villains are on the run, leaving Gotham City entirely to Bane and his cronies-including Flashpoint Batman and Gotham Girl! Though this means a semblance of peace on the streets, the iron grip of tyranny is squeezing all life out of Gotham. And with Bane's machinations keeping other heroes out, t...

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myconius - Aug 22, 2019

With a better writer it was a great story. it was called Knightfall by Chuck Dixon. a real comic writer. not this fly-by-night shoemaker.

Darkseid24 - Aug 24, 2019

True.

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Darkseid24 reviewed Batman #77 Aug 21, 2019
1.0

Short review: TRASH, TRASH, TRASH. A SHAME for the great art being wasted.

Long review:

This story gets worse& worse. King really wants to make us believe, that Bruce would go shopping with Catwoman in Paris, while his city& family are in great danger? Wounded or not, I can’t see Bruce not trying to make contact with the batfamily or with the JL& waste precious time like t more

Batman #77

By: Tom King, Tony Daniel
Released: Aug 21, 2019

"City of Bane" continues! The last of the independent villains are on the run, leaving Gotham City entirely to Bane and his cronies-including Flashpoint Batman and Gotham Girl! Though this means a semblance of peace on the streets, the iron grip of tyranny is squeezing all life out of Gotham. And with Bane's machinations keeping other heroes out, t...

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myconius - Aug 28, 2019

"IBS for the win!" ....oh my god! that's what this Batman run needs to be called! :D

LILIANREVO - Sep 22, 2019

I felt like I was reading a FAKE BATMAN! LOL

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Nihilist reviewed Superman: Year One #2 Aug 21, 2019
3.5

What's with the three issue maxi series DC's been releasing lately in Black Label? Batman Damned was pure garbage, and this version of Superman isn't much better. It feels like something straight out of the 90s, with gigantic monsters, obnoxious, faux medieval heavy armor, and sheer edgelord-like stupidity of the plot. Otherwords, it feels like a Frank Miller comic. And it should have stayed in th more

Superman: Year One #2

By: Frank Miller, John Romita Jr
Released: Aug 21, 2019

Clark Kent's journey of self-discovery continues in the second installment of Frank Miller and John Romita Jr.'s remarkable reimagining of Superman's origin story. This chapter takes young Clark to the Pacific coast and beyond, as he discovers a place as sensational as he is...Atlantis! There he meets new people, finds love, clashes with gargantuan...

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