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The bad who reviewed Wonder Woman #30 Sep 18, 2017
6.5

Well, it's finally over! What a drag this arc was. I can say though that the last two issues redeem what was left to redeem of the story. This last one has better writing, but the art feels stiff and lifeless. I'm not a fan of those blacks that are not completely filled up either. Gives an unfinished look to it all. Anyway, the ending makes sense despite the start of the story that felt all over t more

Wonder Woman #30

By: Shea Fontana, David Messina
Released: Sep 13, 2017

"Heart of the Amazon" finale! Wonder Woman may be a warrior, but she's nobody's weapon-as the mysterious cabal that's been trying to manipulate her is about to learn!

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The bad who reviewed Kill Or Be Killed #12 Sep 18, 2017
9.0

Yet another great issue of one of the best, most underrated comic inthe business. It just won't stop being interesting even with the same characters doing pretty much de same thing since the beginning. Dylan just gets more focused and is able to split is life in two more easily, and Kira is still as complicated and as full as a character can be. Vigilantism is depicted in a very unique, profound w more

Kill Or Be Killed #12

By: Ed Brubaker, Sean Phillips
Released: Sep 13, 2017

It's Dylan vs. the Russians, with the whole city caught in between! Things continue to heat up in BRUBAKER and PHILLIPS' multiple Eisner-nominated hit!

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Supes' soups reviewed Dark Nights: Metal #2 Sep 13, 2017
10

Wow, Snyder's writing on Metal so far is proof that cocaine is a helluva drug...

Dark Nights: Metal #2

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Sep 13, 2017

As Superman and Wonder Woman hunt for a missing ally, Batman investigates a mystery spanning centuries. When the World's Greatest Detective discovers a foe even greater than the Justice League could possibly imagine, will Earth's heroes be ready?

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Supes' soups reviewed Teen Titans #12 Sep 13, 2017
8.5

By no means is this essential reading but it does let the reader explore the Metal world a bit more and I found it to be a fun read. With the lead-in to Nightwing 29 as its final page, I'm excited to see how Grayson fits into all this. Quinn and Croc showing up in the middle of nowhere seemed a bit random. Arrow's appearance makes more sense and I actually think Emiko and Damian were made for each more

Teen Titans #12

By: Ben Percy, Mirka Andolfo
Released: Sep 13, 2017

A DARK NIGHTS: METAL tie-in! "GOTHAM RESISTANCE" part one! The fight for Gotham City's soul starts here! When Robin receives a distress call from Nightwing urging him to return home, he discovers that Gotham City has been transformed into a mosaic of monsters, magic and doom! Trapped inside the Riddler's deadly maze with nowhere to turn, Robin soon...

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The bad who reviewed Mister Miracle #2 Sep 15, 2017
10

I can't begin to describe how good this comic is. I wouldn't dare to say "watchmen level good", but pretty damn close. The art is literraly moving and bring characters to life, making them so real it feels like they're there with you, commenting the story as you read. The story is still very mysterious, but not teasing us with fake cliffhanger or other machinations like that. The bond between Scot more

Mister Miracle #2

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Sep 13, 2017

What do you do after the most death-defying act of your escape artist career? You go to war, of course! Scott Free has skipped out on his trip to the great beyond and taken a boom tube to New Genesis instead, where he and his wife, Big Barda, take on the invading hordes of Apokolips. Things are a little off, however, and Mister Miracle starts to do...

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The bad who reviewed Detective Comics #964 Sep 15, 2017
7.5

A bit cut short (Surprise! Batman's here!), but still places some pawn for a greater story to come. Clayface's backstory it truly good and dramatic and Spoiler's cynicism builds up to make us wonder how she will react to Tim's being alive. Not a must read, but a good read

Detective Comics #964

By: James Tynion IV, Carmen Nunez Carnero
Released: Sep 13, 2017

"Dystopia"! Anarky has shown Spoiler the world he's built beneath Gotham City, which he plans to bring into the light...but she needs to know who helped him build it! And what's more, this alliance has put Steph back on Batman's radar...and now the two are on a collision course!

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The bad who reviewed Action Comics #987 Sep 15, 2017
9.0

This is the right way to depict Superman. Not by his physical weakness or having a stronger enemy, but by making him face humanity in all its beauty and uglyness. It's a long awaited story arc and the first issue delivers. The cliffhanger at this point is more or less efficient since pretty much everyone had his theory about the identity of Mr.Oz and many were actually right, but judging this comi more

Action Comics #987

By: Dan Jurgens, Viktor Bogdanovic
Released: Sep 13, 2017

"THE OZ EFFECT" part one! The agents of the mysterious Mr. Oz begin to move as the Man of Steel works to stop the chaos they unleash in Metropolis and across the globe. But when Mr. Oz steps from the shadows his identity rocks the Last Son of Krypton to his core. The story that began in DC Universe: Rebirth #1 begins to end here!

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The bad who reviewed Dark Nights: Metal #2 Sep 15, 2017
9.5

I've never so excited to get to the comic book store on a wednesday! This story is really pulling me in despite it being confusing and a bit on the ridiculous side at time, but the ridiculousness is completely assumed and this is what makes it special. Snyder knows how to put drama in a situation that calls for laughters under any other circumstances. Baby Darkseid, Batmanium, ski-doo, this is ju more

Dark Nights: Metal #2

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Sep 13, 2017

As Superman and Wonder Woman hunt for a missing ally, Batman investigates a mystery spanning centuries. When the World's Greatest Detective discovers a foe even greater than the Justice League could possibly imagine, will Earth's heroes be ready?

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The bad who reviewed Batman #30 Sep 7, 2017
10

I'm giving it 10 to balance those 1 ratings that I believe are ridiculous and are based strictly on their own vision of what Batman should be. My "real" rating wouldn't be so far from it though. Tom King is breaking some of the status quo with his vision of Batman as a more grounded and meditative character, without taking away the action and its classic side. It finally gives some meaning to vill more

Batman #30

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Sep 6, 2017

"THE BALLAD OF KITE MAN" part two! In our second "War of Jokes and Riddles" interlude, it's the making of a super-villain! He's been pushed by Batman to snitch on The Joker, and cajoled by The Joker to betray Batman-now, the flunky who would be Kite Man finally snaps. He's lost everything, and a life of crime is the only way to go.

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Mechanical Mudd - Sep 10, 2017

I'm glad that you're such a positive person who doesn't just shit on people who disagree with you we need more comic readers like you weather I agree with you or not

The bad who - Sep 10, 2017

True that. Discussion is a rare thing on internet nowaday. Most of the things a discover are through discussion and reading things I thought was bad before trying it.By the way I'm not so positive usually! Just a guy who understand people have different opinions.

6.0

Now this is a weird one. While the other Generations aimed at a more straight-to-the-point, standard approach, this one is all over the place. The art style changes from page to page, the story takes time to lift off and never really goes where it should. The whole premise is confusing and does not make much sense. We understand the struggle Marvel wants to make Riri go through and the lesson she more

Generations: Iron Man & Ironheart #1

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Marco Rudy
Released: Sep 6, 2017

• Riri Williams is given a once-in-a-lifetime chance to meet Tony Stark...Sorcerer Supreme!
•  Join Ironheart as she discovers things about the Iron Man legacy that will change her forever.
•  IRON MAN writer and Riri co-creator Bendis teams up with the award-winning multimedia artist Marco Rudy to give you a beautiful, unique ...

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The bad who reviewed Astonishing X-Men #3 Sep 7, 2017
8.0

I had trouble rating and commenting the previoux issues of this one. The first was a bombastic, beautiful piece of work with action and mystery while the second was a weirder, more confusing and less impressive visually issue. This third one falls in the middle. The art is great with a more cartoon style that fits Logan like a glove, the story is more focused and the sens of urgency and mystery is more

Astonishing X-Men #3

By: Charles Soule, Ed McGuinness
Released: Sep 6, 2017

SHADOW KING SHOWDOWN!
•  The X-MEN continue their fight against the SHADOW KING!
•  But when OLD MAN LOGAN loses himself in the ASTRAL PLANE and Shadow King's illusions, will he ever find his way back to his teammates? AND WHAT OTHER HORRORS AWAIT OUR TEAM?
•  Brought to you by the incomparable ED MCGUINNESS and eXcellent X...

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The bad who reviewed Wonder Woman #29 Aug 31, 2017
6.5

While definitely better than the previous issues in the arc, Heart Of The Amazon still feels awkward and forced on all aspects. The writing is sometime cheesy with uninspired one-liners, sometimes thought provoking, the art is at times wonderful but other times lacking details and inconsistent. It's like their heart wasn't into it so much, or if Fontana wanted to tell something, but endend up lost more

Wonder Woman #29

By: Shea Fontana, David Messina
Released: Aug 30, 2017

"HEART OF THE AMAZON" part four! No single bounty hunter would be enough to draw blood from Wonder Woman-which is why the cabal that's so desperate to get their hands on Amazon DNA has sent five!

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9.0

Still going strong with the Generations, this one feels more light hearted and humorous. The setting and story is more on the light side too, but the real strenght of this issue (as with all the Generations so far) are the characters and their interaction together. We get to learn how "old" heroes used to be and the "new" heroes are learning it at the same time, guiding them for what's next. With more

Generations: Hawkeye & Hawkeye #1

By: Kelly Thompson, Stefano Raffaele
Released: Aug 30, 2017

TWO ARCHERS. ONE-SHOT.
•  Kate Bishop, A.K.A. Hawkeye, finds herself smack-dab in the middle of a battle royal between the world's most skilled sharpshooters - including an inexplicably young Clint Barton, A.K.A. the OTHER Hawkeye.
•  The prize? Bragging rights for being named the best, of course - oh, and you get to stay alive!
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The bad who added Scott Snyder to their creator watch list Aug 29, 2017
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The bad who added Action Comics (2016) to their pull list Aug 29, 2017

Action Comics (2016)

PATH TO DOOM Chapter One
Superman returns to Metropolis just in time to meet the city of tomorrows newest protector: Lex Luthor. But its not long before these dueling titans meet someone unexpected the new Clark Kent! DONT MISS: ACTION COMICS returns to its original numbering with this issue! NOW SHIPPING TWICE MONTHLY!

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The bad who reviewed Detective Comics #963 Aug 24, 2017
8.0

This being my first Detective Comics, it's hard to judge based on the past material, but this issue is interesting enough to make me want to come back for more. The art is top notch and the story is well written for newcomers not to be lost. Yes, a lot of stuff happened, but nothing overwhelming for now. Back in two weeks to see if they can keep on this momentum.

Detective Comics #963

By: James Tynion IV, Carmen Nunez Carnero
Released: Aug 23, 2017

"UTOPIA" part one! Having exiled herself from Batman's world, Spoiler has nearly destroyed herself trying to expose the corruption of Gotham City's vigilantes. Fortunately for her, help has arrived...but unfortunately for the city, it's in the form of the mysterious Anarky! Is he truly on the side of the people, or is he a dangerous lunatic?

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The bad who added Detective Comics (2016) to their pull list Aug 24, 2017

Detective Comics (2016)

RISE OF THE BATMEN Chapter One
An unknown predator begins outdoing Batman, taking down dangerous threats with military precision. Its up to the Dark Knight and series costar Batwoman to rally and train the young heroes of Gotham City to end this mysterious threat!WHAT NOW: Batman and Batwoman begin training Spoiler, Red Robin and Cassandra Cain...

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The bad who reviewed Generation Gone #2 Aug 24, 2017
9.5

When the only negative thing you can find about a comic is "I want more!", you know you have something special in your hands. In this issues, we get to discover the dynamics between the three characters even further and other character are fleshed out even more. It's hard not to care about what will happen to any of them, even the "villains". If you haven't read this series yet, make yourself a fa more

Generation Gone #2

By: Ales Kot, Andre Araujo
Released: Aug 23, 2017

Power up.

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9.0

Loved the "kinda-origin" story for Odinson and the story overall. The villains in this series have all been only excuses for the protagonists to meet and it is no diffrent here. Some epic full page panels make this issue a must read for any Thor fan, or any comics fan out there. Just like the other Generations, it also brings its share of emotions and a sense of wonder, teasing us to discover or r more

Generations: The Unworthy Thor & The Mighty Thor #1

By: Jason Aaron, Mahmud A. Asrar
Released: Aug 23, 2017

HER HAMMER, HIS AX: A WORTHY APOCALYPSE.
•  When a battle goes south, Thor finds herself in ancient Egypt - facing a young Odinson!
•  A misguided party of Vikings has bitten off way more than they can spear. But when the prince of Asgard answers their cries for help, he ends up in a fight no axe alone can win! And Apocalypse is not...

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The bad who is now following Supes' soups Aug 18, 2017

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The bad who reviewed Mister Miracle #1 Aug 18, 2017
10

It's complex, it's well written, it makes you think and the art, oh the art! This justifies being a comics fan by itself. You could read it three or four times and find details you missed before. King has a way of going into the deep psyche of the characters and make the reader feel close to them. This has the potential of being the best of 2017. Darkseid is.

Mister Miracle #1

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Aug 9, 2017

From the team behind THE SHERIFF OF BABYLON and the Hugo Award-nominated writer of Vision comes a unique new take on one of Jack Kirby's most beloved New Gods.
Scott Free is the greatest escape artist that ever lived. So great that he escaped Granny Goodness' gruesome orphanage and the dangers of Apokolips to travel across galaxies and set up a...

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The bad who reviewed Wonder Woman #28 Aug 18, 2017
6.5

Another "meh" issue in this "meh" story arc. At least the two first ones had good art to hide the fact this story barely justifies its existence except having Fontana do it. It feels like its going nowhere and the writer does even know where it's going either.

Wonder Woman #28

By: Shea Fontana, David Messina
Released: Aug 16, 2017

"HEART OF THE AMAZON" part three! With the immediate threat subdued, Diana thought she could take time to help Etta Candy recover from her wounds...but will her presence put Etta in even more danger?

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9.5

Action packed, funny, emotional, beautiful. I must say I'm impressed with the Generations. what I believed would be throwaway stories to set up an throwaway reboot are getting better and better each time. This one hits home run on the tone, the visual and the self-contained story that leaves you breathless with the ending. The small nods to the Logan movie are nice too. This gives me hope for Lega more

Generations: Wolverine & All-New Wolverine #1

By: Tom Taylor, Ramon Rosanas
Released: Aug 16, 2017

THE TEAM-UP YOU'VE ALL BEEN ASKING FOR!
•  The death of WOLVERINE shook the Marvel Universe... And the ascension of the ALL-NEW WOLVERINE reimagined what a healing factor and some Adamantium claws can do!
•  But the amazing combination of LOGAN and LAURA is the duo you've been waiting for! Tom Taylor, the mind behind ALL-NEW WOLVER...

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The bad who reviewed Dark Nights: Metal #1 Aug 18, 2017
8.5

This is truly a beautiful piece of work. The production value is over-the-top and the art and colours are vibrant and much brighter than anticipated with a title like "Metal". The story could be three separate books and still have plenty to offer, which makes for a tad confusing whole, but just enough to keep people interested for more. With all the hype around the event, Snydey and Capullo delive more

Dark Nights: Metal #1

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Aug 16, 2017

The superstar BATMAN team of writer Scott Snyder and artist Greg Capullo reunite for a massive, universe-spanning event!
DARK DAYS: THE FORGE and THE CASTING hinted at dark corners of reality that have never been seen till now! Now, as DARK NIGHTS: METAL begins, the Dark Multiverse is revealed in all its devastating danger-and the threats it co...

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The bad who reviewed Batman #29 Aug 18, 2017
9.5

I love Tom King and he keeps on giving me reasons to. This "you didn't think I'd go there, did you?" issue is genius in its execution and dares going deeper into character we never knew had more layers beneath after all these years. I would have loved to see a more complete ending as the "cliffhanger" is starting to feel more than due at this point the the War of Jokes and Riddles.

Batman #29

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Aug 16, 2017

"THE WAR OF JOKES AND RIDDLES" part four ! Batman has done his best to keep the peace, but with neither faction backing down, he may have to choose the lesser of two evils if he wants the violence to end. Will Batman embrace the murderous anarchy of The Joker or the bloody fascism of the Riddler? If he wants to win, he'll have to choose a side-and ...

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The bad who reviewed Astonishing X-Men #2 Aug 18, 2017
8.0

Very entertaining and builds on the mystery of the first issue. Nice astral plane wacky action keeps you wonder what is going on at the start. The fact they change artist every issue throws off a bit, but it is a nice showcase to see other talents.

Astonishing X-Men #2

By: Charles Soule, Mike Deodato
Released: Aug 16, 2017

ENTER: THE ASTRAL PLANE!
In the next chapter of this action-packed X-Men epic, PSYLOCKE, ROGUE, OLD MAN LOGAN and the rest of their impromptu team travel to the astral plane in pursuit of the dastardly SHADOW KING. But on the astral plane, not everything is as it seems, and reality is only as reliable as what you think it is... Will the X-Men b...

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The bad who reviewed Aquaman #27 Aug 18, 2017
9.0

The series had surprised me and it keeps on surprising me every single issue. The art to gorgeous (Except this weird, warped lettering choice) and made me a fan of Stjepan Sejic. The writing keeps you wanting for more and the story is engaging. The only downside is that we need to wait a whole month to see what's next.

Aquaman #27

By: Dan Abnett, Stjepan Sejic
Released: Aug 16, 2017

"UNDERWORLD" part three! Aquaman lives! Threatened by the return of Atlantis' natural-born ruler, King Rath accelerates his plan to scrub the sunken city of all its ancient magical treasures-but why is he stockpiling magic? Whatever the reason, Rath will need all the firepower he can get when Mera breaks through the barrier surrounding the city!

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The bad who added Mikel Janin to their creator watch list Aug 18, 2017
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The bad who added Stjepan Sejic to their creator watch list Aug 18, 2017
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The bad who added Tom King to their creator watch list Aug 18, 2017
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