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waltgator93 reviewed Wonder Woman #62 Jan 16, 2019
6.5

Well the story arc has ended and we have no idea about the Greek animals we saw carrying Steve couple issues back. And something big like Aphrodite gets pushed aside. The art is lovely and dialogue eh ok. Hopefully G. Willow Wilson has her footing down after this arc

Wonder Woman #62

By: G. Willow Wilson, Xermanico
Released: Jan 16, 2019

It's the final knock-down drag-out battle between Ares and Wonder Woman-but is there still any hope of changing the young god's ways before he hardens into the worst possible version of himself? And if he does...is Wonder Woman to blame?

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bucswin611 reviewed Wonder Woman #62 Jan 17, 2019
8.0

Not only was the move to Xermanico a positive step, but prolific colorist Romula Fajardo Jr. shines in this arc's final issue. Wilson again demonstrates a wholly different skill set from her relatable Kamala Khan dialogue, crafting believable grandiose lines between gods. Ares and Diana fighting more about means than ends was a refreshing take, and this run is back on track.
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Wonder Woman #62

By: G. Willow Wilson, Xermanico
Released: Jan 16, 2019

It's the final knock-down drag-out battle between Ares and Wonder Woman-but is there still any hope of changing the young god's ways before he hardens into the worst possible version of himself? And if he does...is Wonder Woman to blame?

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YourGreenMuse reviewed Detective Comics #996 Jan 16, 2019
10

I thought this was really great. I had a ton of fun reading this. The pacing is great and so is the art. I like seeing Batman be a detective and I like that this mystery is actually slowly being unfolded. I hope Tomasi stays on Detective for a while, since his Batman is so refreshing after so much of the current Batman run and previous Detective Comics being regulated to sub-par Batman stories, or more

Detective Comics #996

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Jan 16, 2019

In the catacombs under Paris, Henri Ducard is not going to sit and wait for the death that's coming for everyone who helped to train Batman...he's going to wrestle it to the ground and put a bullet between its eyes! Good plan-but what if it just gets right back up? Can even Batman save him then?

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Darkseid24 - Jan 17, 2019

Not again, I think 100 issues are too much for one writer. It’s good so far, but Tomasi wrote pretty mediocre stories too like Arkham War or Arkham Knight.

myconius - Jan 17, 2019

i'd be happy with 20 to 30 issues of Tomasi on DETECTIVE. anything more is a gamble. Grant Morrison was on Batman for 5 years, but he had many breaks in between. creators just can't run like a machine. even machines eventually break down.

bucswin611 reviewed Detective Comics #996 Jan 16, 2019
6.5

You know Tom King often stretches one issue into three? Well this felt like two or three crammed into one. Maybe some will enjoy that, a throwback to '70s plotting, but it felt rushed and disjointed. Mahnke's linework appeared more rushed as well, potentially a function of so many characters and plot, leaving little room for detail. But my issue is the dialogue, which felt clunky. Good ideas with more

Detective Comics #996

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Jan 16, 2019

In the catacombs under Paris, Henri Ducard is not going to sit and wait for the death that's coming for everyone who helped to train Batman...he's going to wrestle it to the ground and put a bullet between its eyes! Good plan-but what if it just gets right back up? Can even Batman save him then?

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bucswin611 - Jan 16, 2019

Oh yes, that could be - maybe this was more functional than trying to make it visually perfect like the first two. BUT we're spoiled to even get B-minus work from this team. Makes the A-plus even better...maybe again next issue.

myconius - Jan 17, 2019

i noticed most of my favorite comics always have a lot going on in one single issues. i prefer this type of storytelling over when the writer feels they need to spoon-feed the reader pages upon pages of info before any action even begins to happen. i still think the dialog could have been ironed out a bit, but i'm going to chalk that one up to the release schedule.

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YourGreenMuse reviewed The Batman Who Laughs #2 Jan 16, 2019
8.0

Overall, I liked this issue. I find the opening to be the best part. The scene in the batcave. The issue doesn't really go downhill from there so much as it doesn't get a ton more interesting. We have Batman and The Batman Who Laughs fight again, with Grim Knight as support. And it's cool. I liked what happened in this. The problem with this issue, and really a lot of Scott Snyder's comics, is he more

The Batman Who Laughs #2

By: Scott Snyder, Jock
Released: Jan 16, 2019

After the shocking ending of issue #1, a ticking clock sets Batman on a trail throughout the different realities of the Multiverse. He starts to see all the iterations of his life, and what could have been...but more importantly, Bruce Wayne begins to deduce that his current life is somehow wrong, and that all the mistakes he's made are somehow con...

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Darkseid24 - Jan 17, 2019

If you say Judge Death I have to think of the crossover where Scarecrow teamed up with him, what was funny. But I’d say Batman, who Laughs is more crazy.

Darkseid24 - Jan 17, 2019

And he reminds me of Hellraiser

bucswin611 reviewed The Batman Who Laughs #2 Jan 16, 2019
9.0

It's almost disappointing to land on a 9 here, because it could have been perfect. The first page, complete with nostalgic Snyder prose IS perfect. I'll never forget that page. But two big-time cringes (page 3 with the syringes and leaning HARD into the Bullock science mumbo-jumbo) felt like glaring, albeit brief, missteps. However, the elevator scene and last page, bring Snyder-Jock full-circle, more

The Batman Who Laughs #2

By: Scott Snyder, Jock
Released: Jan 16, 2019

After the shocking ending of issue #1, a ticking clock sets Batman on a trail throughout the different realities of the Multiverse. He starts to see all the iterations of his life, and what could have been...but more importantly, Bruce Wayne begins to deduce that his current life is somehow wrong, and that all the mistakes he's made are somehow con...

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egon244 reviewed Detective Comics #996 Jan 16, 2019
8.0

"Your lack of merry makes you so scary"

Another solid issue of Detective Comics with a truly delightful opening page in Arkham.

Pete Tomasi wastes no time, and after assuring us that Alfred will be fine, he sends Batman to France to continue his investigation. The Dark Knight doesn't wander or walk around like in the fog. He knows exactly what to do and how to do it ("a few more

Detective Comics #996

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Jan 16, 2019

In the catacombs under Paris, Henri Ducard is not going to sit and wait for the death that's coming for everyone who helped to train Batman...he's going to wrestle it to the ground and put a bullet between its eyes! Good plan-but what if it just gets right back up? Can even Batman save him then?

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waltgator93 reviewed Detective Comics #996 Jan 16, 2019
8.5

While the artwork on Damian is eh ok and seeing Two-Face even tho in Detective Comics, he shouldn’t be here, issue was still amazing! Thank you Tomasi! My hopes of Bruce and Damian rekindling their relationship are going up! The mystery behind the villain is quite a mystery indeed. Although the cliffhanger really was only a cliffhanger for the scene not a cliffhanger for next issue so really did more

Detective Comics #996

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Jan 16, 2019

In the catacombs under Paris, Henri Ducard is not going to sit and wait for the death that's coming for everyone who helped to train Batman...he's going to wrestle it to the ground and put a bullet between its eyes! Good plan-but what if it just gets right back up? Can even Batman save him then?

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Nihilist reviewed Detective Comics #996 Jan 16, 2019
8.5

Batman is called the world's greatest detective for a reason, we know that, but we rarely have an opportunity to see his detective, forensic and investigative skills being put to proper use. Usually his comics are following the basic patternn: hero gets defeated by a villain who uses their weaknesses against them, then hero learns from their mistakes and overcomes their weaknesses to finally defea more

Detective Comics #996

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Jan 16, 2019

In the catacombs under Paris, Henri Ducard is not going to sit and wait for the death that's coming for everyone who helped to train Batman...he's going to wrestle it to the ground and put a bullet between its eyes! Good plan-but what if it just gets right back up? Can even Batman save him then?

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egon244 - Jan 17, 2019

And I thought my jokes were bad.

myconius - Jan 17, 2019

that last comment, egon ... you just reminded me that i REALLY need to re-watch The Dark Knight again some time real soon.

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Linkush reviewed Detective Comics #996 Jan 16, 2019
9.0

Another fantastic issue.

I really liked the detective stuff in this issue. I felt a lot of tension and a sense of mystery unlike anything else I read in a while. The part with Henri Ducard was great and unexpected, Damian being in this issue was also a great touch and the ending have me intrigued. Combine all of this with Mahnke's top-notch art and you got yourself one of the best comic more

Detective Comics #996

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Jan 16, 2019

In the catacombs under Paris, Henri Ducard is not going to sit and wait for the death that's coming for everyone who helped to train Batman...he's going to wrestle it to the ground and put a bullet between its eyes! Good plan-but what if it just gets right back up? Can even Batman save him then?

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Wrobinso reviewed Detective Comics #996 Jan 16, 2019
9.5

Incredible. Tomasi has my full attention on this series already.

Detective Comics #996

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Jan 16, 2019

In the catacombs under Paris, Henri Ducard is not going to sit and wait for the death that's coming for everyone who helped to train Batman...he's going to wrestle it to the ground and put a bullet between its eyes! Good plan-but what if it just gets right back up? Can even Batman save him then?

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myconius reviewed Detective Comics #996 Jan 16, 2019
7.5

an alright issue.
Tomasi’s first two issues of this run came out of the gate really strong, this one started a lot slower.
it needed to make up for the lack of story from the more action and suspense based storytelling from the previous issues. it’s still a good issue though. still was cool seeing Batman actually being a detective.
even though i understand why it needed to be th more

Detective Comics #996

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Jan 16, 2019

In the catacombs under Paris, Henri Ducard is not going to sit and wait for the death that's coming for everyone who helped to train Batman...he's going to wrestle it to the ground and put a bullet between its eyes! Good plan-but what if it just gets right back up? Can even Batman save him then?

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Linkush reviewed Batman #62 Jan 9, 2019
9.0

"LITTLE PIG... LITTLE PIG..."

King and Gerads team up for the first time after mister miracle and it's pretty damn good.
This issue didn't expand on the big story, so if you expected something like that you might be disappointed.

In this issue, we get to see the thought process of Batman while he's trying to figure out how to handle the situation. It really puts you in B more

Batman #62

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Jan 9, 2019

Now features the Story solicited for #61 written by Tom King with art by Mitch Gerads. The Eisner-winning creative team behind MISTER MIRACLE is back together as artist Mitch Gerads rejoins the Bat team for a special issue! Professor Pyg is loose in Gotham, and you know that means things are going to get weird... and bloody!

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bucswin611 reviewed Batman #62 Jan 9, 2019
7.5

A polarizing issue, no doubt - so I settled for an average score. This is exactly what you'd want from a Gerads-Batman issue in terms of color and specific choices (ex: panel split choices). I actually enjoyed the inner monologue as well as Pygmalion story but over the course of the run there have been too many nursery rhymes (+ fables, myths, etc). Sheesh. Let the story speak for itself! Like the more

Batman #62

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Jan 9, 2019

Now features the Story solicited for #61 written by Tom King with art by Mitch Gerads. The Eisner-winning creative team behind MISTER MIRACLE is back together as artist Mitch Gerads rejoins the Bat team for a special issue! Professor Pyg is loose in Gotham, and you know that means things are going to get weird... and bloody!

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Jorge Mendes reviewed Wonder Woman #61 Jan 3, 2019
7.0

The art and dialogue are ok, but the plot is a mess. I hope the next arc is better.

Wonder Woman #61

By: G. Willow Wilson, Xermanico
Released: Jan 2, 2019

Love is dead-according to the Goddess of Love! A furious Aphrodite holds Steve Trevor captive in the middle of a war zone and tries to convince him of that very proclamation, but the hopeless romantic refuses to abandon his feelings for Wonder Woman. Meanwhile, Diana, the object of his affection, gets trapped in the bombed-out capital, where she fi...

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EvilPenguin543 reviewed Wonder Woman #61 Jan 3, 2019
7.5

Before going to pick up this issue, I was questioning whether or not to continue reading Wonder Woman. After all, the series hasn't been remarkable since Rucka left. Unfortunately, I still don't have an answer as to my future with Wonder Woman after this issue. Wilson's writing has elements I like, such as her characterization of Diana herself, but does little to get me to care about the conflict more

Wonder Woman #61

By: G. Willow Wilson, Xermanico
Released: Jan 2, 2019

Love is dead-according to the Goddess of Love! A furious Aphrodite holds Steve Trevor captive in the middle of a war zone and tries to convince him of that very proclamation, but the hopeless romantic refuses to abandon his feelings for Wonder Woman. Meanwhile, Diana, the object of his affection, gets trapped in the bombed-out capital, where she fi...

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bucswin611 reviewed Wonder Woman #61 Jan 3, 2019
8.0

BIG improvement. Xermanico is a welcome addition. Diana is back to looking powerful and feminine, rather than anime-ish. What seems to be one of the harder things an artist has to do is depicting two people just standing and talking. I didn't love Xermanico's camera placement between Aphrodite and Steve and the dialogue felt very clunky. But the issue picked up immediately after - dialogue, camera more

Wonder Woman #61

By: G. Willow Wilson, Xermanico
Released: Jan 2, 2019

Love is dead-according to the Goddess of Love! A furious Aphrodite holds Steve Trevor captive in the middle of a war zone and tries to convince him of that very proclamation, but the hopeless romantic refuses to abandon his feelings for Wonder Woman. Meanwhile, Diana, the object of his affection, gets trapped in the bombed-out capital, where she fi...

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Linkush reviewed Detective Comics #995 Jan 2, 2019
10

"I WANT YOU ALL TO THINK OF THIS PLACE LIKE A CARNIVAL FUNHOUSE TONIGHT... EXCEPT THE ONLY MONSTER IN HERE WITH YOU... IS ME"

Wow, this issue has it all. Badass batman, one of the most touching moments in a comic book I read in a while, gorgeous art and an interesting story.

Pick this one up. I can't recommend it enough.

Detective Comics #995

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Jan 2, 2019

Alfred Pennyworth...attacked at the Wayne mansion! Who's hunting those closest to Batman? The monstrous shadow creature plaguing Gotham City gains the upper hand when two of the Dark Knight's most ardent allies fall prey to the violent vendetta. Will those tragedies send Batman over the edge? Good thing he's on his way to Arkham Asylum-but will he ...

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Nihilist reviewed Detective Comics #995 Jan 2, 2019
8.5

Tomasi's takeover of the series was much needed, after James Robinson's bland and uninspired short adventure with it. The issue, despite not featuring much hard action, is pretty fast paced, especially its first half - I cought myself reading it at dangerous speed, being so invested in what was happening.
Definitely worth picking up - we're near #1000, and the last straight leading to it look more

Detective Comics #995

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Jan 2, 2019

Alfred Pennyworth...attacked at the Wayne mansion! Who's hunting those closest to Batman? The monstrous shadow creature plaguing Gotham City gains the upper hand when two of the Dark Knight's most ardent allies fall prey to the violent vendetta. Will those tragedies send Batman over the edge? Good thing he's on his way to Arkham Asylum-but will he ...

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myconius - Jan 2, 2019

it's so good to have Tomasi writing Bruce again.

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waltgator93 reviewed Detective Comics #995 Jan 2, 2019
8.0

Issue started out good but went slightly downhill in a confusing way. The art was amazing! Cliffhanger definitely has me excited for new issue, shit is about to go down.

Detective Comics #995

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Jan 2, 2019

Alfred Pennyworth...attacked at the Wayne mansion! Who's hunting those closest to Batman? The monstrous shadow creature plaguing Gotham City gains the upper hand when two of the Dark Knight's most ardent allies fall prey to the violent vendetta. Will those tragedies send Batman over the edge? Good thing he's on his way to Arkham Asylum-but will he ...

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egon244 reviewed Detective Comics #995 Jan 2, 2019
7.5

"... a rapier..."

I don't remember the last time, if ever, that I was scared of Batman after reading his comic. Well, the last couple of pages of this issue gave me chills. Those inmates are in for quite a nightmare. But first things first.

SPOILERS!!! SPOILERS!!! SPOILERS!!!

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Detective Comics #995

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Jan 2, 2019

Alfred Pennyworth...attacked at the Wayne mansion! Who's hunting those closest to Batman? The monstrous shadow creature plaguing Gotham City gains the upper hand when two of the Dark Knight's most ardent allies fall prey to the violent vendetta. Will those tragedies send Batman over the edge? Good thing he's on his way to Arkham Asylum-but will he ...

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egon244 - Jan 2, 2019

Thank you.

myconius - Jan 2, 2019

you're welcome. :)

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Darkseid24 reviewed Detective Comics #995 Jan 2, 2019
6.5

This issue is well written, but overall I didn’t like it much.
Leslie’s death seems pointless& I’m sick of DC killing characters off like that. She deserves better& I really hope she isn’t really dead. Leslie was quite out of character in this issue. She never approved of Bruce being Batman& always criticized him for choosing to be Batman. She questioned his violence against criminals more

Detective Comics #995

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Jan 2, 2019

Alfred Pennyworth...attacked at the Wayne mansion! Who's hunting those closest to Batman? The monstrous shadow creature plaguing Gotham City gains the upper hand when two of the Dark Knight's most ardent allies fall prey to the violent vendetta. Will those tragedies send Batman over the edge? Good thing he's on his way to Arkham Asylum-but will he ...

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myconius - Jan 11, 2019

you may not have to wait for a reboot/relaunch for Leslie's death to be nullified. ...next issue will have Henri Ducard, who was mentioned to be dead in Tomasi's Batman & Robin run. now he's back all the sudden.

bucswin611 reviewed Detective Comics #995 Jan 2, 2019
8.5

Oof. I really wanted a few more pages - Bruce's reaction to the traumas he is witnessing is compelling and makes me want to pick it up again in two weeks. Mahnke wasn't as A-plus as #994, but there was great visual storytelling here. Tomasi (so far) is committed to the ground-level detective angle, which should be a crowd-pleaser for many.

Detective Comics #995

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Jan 2, 2019

Alfred Pennyworth...attacked at the Wayne mansion! Who's hunting those closest to Batman? The monstrous shadow creature plaguing Gotham City gains the upper hand when two of the Dark Knight's most ardent allies fall prey to the violent vendetta. Will those tragedies send Batman over the edge? Good thing he's on his way to Arkham Asylum-but will he ...

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JordanT4021 reviewed Heroes In Crisis #4 Jan 2, 2019
5.0

In one word: bland.

Not good but not bad either. Simply middle of the road. You’d think as we’re essentially at the halfway point of the story that things would be more tense and suspenseful, but in truth it’s hard to get excited when issues are full to the brim of needless filler and one tidbit of new information to keep the story flowing. With such a slow buildup, it’s a wonde more

Heroes In Crisis #4

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Jan 2, 2019

Wonder Woman versus...Booster Gold?! Diana finds out the hard way that Booster can be a formidable opponent when his back's against the wall. Of course, being the prime suspect in a superhero massacre and exposing a secret trauma hospital for metahumans will do just that. Meanwhile, Batman and the Flash combine their detective skills to investigate...

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JordanT4021 - Jan 2, 2019

Exactly, there’s a large number of reporters in the DC universe that could have done this and it would have been much more beleivable. Someone like Cat Grant or Perry White would have been more reasonable.

Darkseid24 - Jan 2, 2019

I agree. Lois seems like a real bad choice. What kind of friend does that? Bruce is probably furious& he has every right. Their secret identities is on the line too.

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Hi! I'm TP reviewed Heroes In Crisis #4 Jan 2, 2019
1.0

Sexualization of trauma, objectification of women's body in contrast with the treatment of male characters, decompression with literally empty, copy pasted panels and heroes worrying more about their egos rather than a slaughter in their own safe space.

I know that there is a fetish thing with the Killing Joke but Heroes in Crisis goes a step further with this idea. Good art is not enou more

Heroes In Crisis #4

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Jan 2, 2019

Wonder Woman versus...Booster Gold?! Diana finds out the hard way that Booster can be a formidable opponent when his back's against the wall. Of course, being the prime suspect in a superhero massacre and exposing a secret trauma hospital for metahumans will do just that. Meanwhile, Batman and the Flash combine their detective skills to investigate...

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Æther - Jan 3, 2019

It's a short mystery Crisis story... in league with something like Identity Crisis, but much better so far. This story has far more personality, while balancing its dramatic themes well and clearly with imposing force. But, if you hate the characterizations I guess there would be no saving this one for you. I just think writers should have a chance to work with characters that are more malleable, and not bound by other interpretations in such a rigid way.

Darkseid24 - Jan 3, 2019

In my opinion Identity Crisis is a far better story than HiC. Identity Crisis qquestioned the heroes methods, but there is no real plot in HiC yet apart from deaths for shock value.

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Samuel Almeida reviewed Heroes In Crisis #4 Jan 2, 2019
9.5

Keeps getting better. Awesome murder mystery book. My favorite part was probably the short but cool moment between Booster Gold and Blue Beetle. Bros before Heroes!!!

As for the new wave of complains about the book: nobody is making comments about Clark in his underwear on the bed. Seems like every month some people dig really deep to find new reasons to hate this book. Its like Identit more

Heroes In Crisis #4

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Jan 2, 2019

Wonder Woman versus...Booster Gold?! Diana finds out the hard way that Booster can be a formidable opponent when his back's against the wall. Of course, being the prime suspect in a superhero massacre and exposing a secret trauma hospital for metahumans will do just that. Meanwhile, Batman and the Flash combine their detective skills to investigate...

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Linkush reviewed Heroes In Crisis #4 Jan 2, 2019
7.0

"BROS BEFORE HEROES"

Probably my least favorite issue so far.
Nobody seems to grieve about the fact that a lot of heroes died and Harley Quinn is just too
sexualized (page 16, for example, was just not necessary) But overall the art was great as usual.

Booster and Blue Beetle parts were awesome and I liked the ending, seems to be going in an interesting way.
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Heroes In Crisis #4

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Jan 2, 2019

Wonder Woman versus...Booster Gold?! Diana finds out the hard way that Booster can be a formidable opponent when his back's against the wall. Of course, being the prime suspect in a superhero massacre and exposing a secret trauma hospital for metahumans will do just that. Meanwhile, Batman and the Flash combine their detective skills to investigate...

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Synthozoid - Jan 3, 2019

I thought it was OK too, but the "Bros before Heroes" line was pretty lame. The full page of Lois in panties was ridiculous. I like the Batgirl stuff, and I always love Batman giving crap to Superman.

Comic Princess - Jan 4, 2019

Batgirl vs. Harley parts were not good at all.

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JBL Reviews reviewed Heroes In Crisis #4 Jan 2, 2019
6.5

I want to like it, but...it’s hard. I don’t believe Lois or Clark would do what they did. There’s also too much ambiguity at this point. I think we are supposed to think it’s clever, but at some point it moves into annoying,

Heroes In Crisis #4

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Jan 2, 2019

Wonder Woman versus...Booster Gold?! Diana finds out the hard way that Booster can be a formidable opponent when his back's against the wall. Of course, being the prime suspect in a superhero massacre and exposing a secret trauma hospital for metahumans will do just that. Meanwhile, Batman and the Flash combine their detective skills to investigate...

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RBL reviewed Heroes In Crisis #4 Jan 2, 2019
6.0

Tl;dr With this issue HiC fails to elevate itself above what has been a rather lackluster event so far. A few good moments that showcase character's personalities are present and acknowledge their histories are shown, but overall it does not end on the notable cliffhanger the writer and editors believed it is. It's a whimper rather than a bang. Just before the halfway point of the story and this e more

Heroes In Crisis #4

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Jan 2, 2019

Wonder Woman versus...Booster Gold?! Diana finds out the hard way that Booster can be a formidable opponent when his back's against the wall. Of course, being the prime suspect in a superhero massacre and exposing a secret trauma hospital for metahumans will do just that. Meanwhile, Batman and the Flash combine their detective skills to investigate...

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egon244 reviewed Heroes In Crisis #4 Jan 2, 2019
5.5

"$%@# this"

That kinda sums it up. In all honesty, this issue is really mixed and uneven. There are some nice moments and then there are "what the hell is this?!" moments.

Let's start with the good things. The art is phenomenal. Everything looks great, the heroes, locations, backgrounds, but the winner is the page with Lois. I can't take my eyes off it. She looks stunning. more

Heroes In Crisis #4

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Jan 2, 2019

Wonder Woman versus...Booster Gold?! Diana finds out the hard way that Booster can be a formidable opponent when his back's against the wall. Of course, being the prime suspect in a superhero massacre and exposing a secret trauma hospital for metahumans will do just that. Meanwhile, Batman and the Flash combine their detective skills to investigate...

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egon244 - Jan 2, 2019

Good to hear, glad you liked the review.

Darkseid24 - Jan 2, 2019

Barbara& Harley chatted Pre52 while she was Oracle, but wouldn’t call them friends. It rather looked for me, that they hugged because they are both victims of Joker ( what in Harleys case is just wrong).

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