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DC Stuff reviewed Action Comics #1021 Mar 27, 2020
1.0

Terrible story, terrible art! Brian Michael Bendis is telling a story that is tied in with things that happened almost half a year ago in the regular books and just gets up to his own identity reveal from the beginning of December!!! He continues to use his books to push his bullshit characters nobody cares about and can't be wondering why this book is failing so bad. Here is a hint, give us so more

Action Comics #1021

By: Brian Michael Bendis, John Romita
Released: Mar 25, 2020

Metropolis down! The blockbuster supervillain team-up of the century continues. Leviathan! The invisible mafia! The Legion of Doom! All have descended on the city of Metropolis to challenge Superman at his most vulnerable moment. With the truth about the Man of Steel's secret identity out in the open, all the rules of engagement have changed-and no...

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DC Stuff rated Event Leviathan #3 Feb 28, 2020
1.0

Event Leviathan #3

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Alex Maleev
Released: Aug 14, 2019

From the award-winning team of writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Alex Maleev, it's DC's biggest whodunit in years! The world's greatest detectives-Batman, Green Arrow, Lois Lane, Plastic Man, the Question and Martian Manhunter-have gathered to solve the mystery behind the true identity of Leviathan's leaders and the destruction of the world's ...

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Nihilist reviewed Batman: Pennyworth R.I.P. #1 Feb 12, 2020
4.5

While the premise for this comic is definitely good, aside from the fact Alfred's death was one of the most disappointing moments in already utterly disappointing run of Tom King's Batman, the execution seems... cynical, calculated. It didn't feel like celebration of Alfred's life and his relations to the rest of the Bat Family. Instead, I though I'm reading carefully crafted chain of scenes desig more

Batman: Pennyworth R.I.P. #1

By: James Tynion IV, Eddy Barrows
Released: Feb 12, 2020

Alfred Pennyworth served the Wayne family for decades-even through the tragic loss of Bruce Wayne's parents. His death at the hands of Bane is the only event that could possibly compare to that fateful night in Crime Alley, and it leaves Bruce at a similar crossroads. If Alfred was the glue that held the Bat-Family together, how will Batman deal wi...

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LunaMoody - Feb 14, 2020

I liked a lot of Kings run also. Dislike a lot as well. I think the biggest problem DC has right now with it's books and writers is that they are trying to write books/novel like stories and most of the writers just are not good enough to write that long or detail involved story. If King had wrote this as only a 12 issue arc it probably would have been amazing. But he tried to spread it out through his entire run and failed because of it.

myconius - Feb 19, 2020

DC Stuff - yeah, "figure it out later" that was the mantra to his ENTIRE run!! only he NEVER figured any of it out. the guy is clueless.

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Nihilist reviewed Young Justice #13 Feb 5, 2020
4.5

I have no hopes this series will ever become better, and by "better" I mean "any decent". Bendis created his microcosm at DC, time and time reminding us about how Wonder Comics' characters are interconnected. And you know what? I don't mind that, the panel where Jinny's hunk of junk of a truck is being hauled by combined efforts of Wonder Girl, Naomi and Teen Lantern, is some real cool shit. That' more

Young Justice #13

By: Brian Michael Bendis, John Timms
Released: Feb 5, 2020

Another Wonder Comics extravaganza kicks off with Young Justice searching for Conner Kent as the teen Superboy find himself trapped in the mysterious world of Skartaris, the home of legendary DC character Warlord! Wonder Comics curator and Young Justice writer Brian Michael Bendis welcomes writer David F. Walker to the team alongside rising-star ar...

DC Stuff reviewed Young Justice #13 Feb 10, 2020
1.0

What can you say about a book that has the same problems each and every issue? Well, I guess you list them in hopes that someone at DC will wake up and do something about it! Bendis doesn't seem to ever want to focus on his core characters so this issue we get a recap of Warlord's origin which is fine, but why do I now know more about Warlord than 3/4 of the Young Justice team??? We get the usu more

Young Justice #13

By: Brian Michael Bendis, John Timms
Released: Feb 5, 2020

Another Wonder Comics extravaganza kicks off with Young Justice searching for Conner Kent as the teen Superboy find himself trapped in the mysterious world of Skartaris, the home of legendary DC character Warlord! Wonder Comics curator and Young Justice writer Brian Michael Bendis welcomes writer David F. Walker to the team alongside rising-star ar...

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allenquanobi reviewed Justice League #40 Feb 5, 2020
5.0

Can't recommend this at all. Continuity issues all over the place. It doesn't continue any story beats from the last issue nor follow a major plot from Batman. I honestly was lost considering the last issue of justice league only came out last week. Time to drop this book until the next inevitable relaunch.

EDIT: after reading this again, looks like that one Batman panel that seems more

Justice League #40

By: Robert Venditti, Doug Mahnke
Released: Feb 5, 2020

The next chapter for comics' premier superteam begins! An unexpected arrival from the stars brings a dire warning to the Justice League: A new breed of conquerors is on the march. Led by Superman's nemesis Eradicator, a genetically engineered, super-powered strike team has come to subjugate Earth. To aid the Justice League, Batman makes the unprece...

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DC Stuff - Feb 6, 2020

Venditti said its in bruce's imagination...that's why the panel before and after, the screen doesn't have alfred

Talon1load - Feb 6, 2020

Yeah, that panel just shouldn’t have been there. Still, this is so much better than Snyder’s bullshit run.

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The 20-issue Ceiling reviewed Batman #87 Jan 27, 2020
7.5

Not digging it as much as I was Tom King's run, but it is alright. Is it just me or does it seem like Tynion IV is going for another big masterplan immediately after City of Bane? It almost feels like he is telling the same story we just heard, but minus the stylistic writing or depth that came with it. Overall it is an enjoyable but completely disposable Batman so far.

Batman #87

By: James Tynion IV, Guillem March
Released: Jan 22, 2020

The Riddler has been lying low since his humiliating defeat as part of Bane's army- but as costumed assassins start to make their way into Gotham City, Edward Nygma may have the answers he's been looking for. Or at least, the answer to why Deathstroke is trying to kill him! Is it possible that Batman's tussle with Slade Wilson was all just a ruse t...

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DC Stuff - Feb 2, 2020

City of bane was depth? We never even found out how City of Bane started. We only saw the actual city in 2 issues, the rest was Batman vacationing and inside Wayne manor

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allenquanobi reviewed Batman #87 Jan 22, 2020
6.5

Just fine again. If the rumors are true and a new creative team is taking over after 100, I would welcome that instead. Tynion's first 2 issues just feel very by the basics run of the mill Batman, which is fine, especially after the divisiveness of King's 85 issue run. The art is also just fine, which is disappointing after the incredible run of artists during King's run (hate that run all you more

Batman #87

By: James Tynion IV, Guillem March
Released: Jan 22, 2020

The Riddler has been lying low since his humiliating defeat as part of Bane's army- but as costumed assassins start to make their way into Gotham City, Edward Nygma may have the answers he's been looking for. Or at least, the answer to why Deathstroke is trying to kill him! Is it possible that Batman's tussle with Slade Wilson was all just a ruse t...

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YourGreenMuse - Feb 2, 2020

He also wrote Doom Patrol, which is not.

ohhaimark - Feb 3, 2020

@YourGreenMuse No it most certainly is not.

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9.0

The only thing bad about this issue will be waiting to see a continuation. Was that a hint at Doomsday Clock?

Justice League #39

By: Scott Snyder, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Jan 29, 2020

In the wake of the Justice/Doom War, the Justice League finds themselves stranded at the far end of the universe and facing a challenge they've never faced before. But what will they find on their journey? Has their battle with Perpetua had consequences reaching farther across the cosmos than they ever imagined? Superstar scribe Scott Snyder says f...

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YourGreenMuse - Jan 31, 2020

All that means is DC gave up on continuity and need to fix it retroactively. What a great reward.

DC Stuff - Feb 2, 2020

All it means is what we have known for months now, DC is ushering in their complete timeline. It already started with Snyder’s story in Wonder Woman #750 and will continue in Flash #750. Then we get Metal 2 this summer that will give us 5G and the new DCU with younger heroes in charge. This is all old news by now.

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RBL reviewed Action Comics #1019 Jan 29, 2020
1.0

Somehow tech built by the Manhunters, which were replaced by the Green Lanterns, is somehow a match for the Legion of Doom who have been empowered by cosmic forces?
...I don’t know even know what to say.

Leviathan also went from a separate faction trying to establish its own mandate to a generic “supervillain” group. Great.

Lex stating that the “event leviathan more

Action Comics #1019

By: Brian Michael Bendis, John Romita
Released: Jan 29, 2020

One of the biggest battles in Superman history tears through Metropolis as the super-villain team-up of Lex Luthor, the Legion of Doom, and Leviathan come to change Superman's city forever! The blockbuster creative team of writer Brian Michael Bendis and artists John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson create a Superman epic for the ages-as the Man of Stee...

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Nihilist reviewed Action Comics #1019 Jan 29, 2020
1.5

Rarely I see a comic with no redeeming qualities. Last time it probably was King's Knightmares trainwrck of an arc. Usually you get something of value for the money - most of the time decent art, sometimes decent story, (very) occasssionally both. But this... this is awful. Everything about this comic is awful. Plot, dialogues, art, all with no exception horrendously bad. If it was an indie book, more

Action Comics #1019

By: Brian Michael Bendis, John Romita
Released: Jan 29, 2020

One of the biggest battles in Superman history tears through Metropolis as the super-villain team-up of Lex Luthor, the Legion of Doom, and Leviathan come to change Superman's city forever! The blockbuster creative team of writer Brian Michael Bendis and artists John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson create a Superman epic for the ages-as the Man of Stee...

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M1sf1r3 reviewed Flash #87 Jan 30, 2020
8.0

Prelude:
Flash has been quite good recently as Rogue's Reign reached it's end. Now we're in the aftermath as we race towards The Flash Age.

The Good:
I do find it interesting about what's happening with the Speed Force.

Paradox has a nice lead in here.

Duce's art is good here.

The Bad:
I don't like how Cold and Flash's relationship is port more

Flash #87

By: Joshua Williamson, Rafael Sandoval
Released: Jan 29, 2020

"Rogue's Reign" aftermath! Central City is in ruins! The Rogues are on the run! The Speed Force is in chaos-and the Flash's powers make him too dangerous to remain free! But who can bring him in? Plus, a surprise character returns from Barry's past with a grave warning about his future!

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DC Stuff - Feb 1, 2020

what is happening with the speed force in this entire run????

DC Stuff reviewed Action Comics #1019 Jan 29, 2020
1.0

Awful! The story is all over the place and the art is just horrendous. This should now be used as an example of letting big name creators go on too long without any editorial interference. DC needs to end this madness!

Action Comics #1019

By: Brian Michael Bendis, John Romita
Released: Jan 29, 2020

One of the biggest battles in Superman history tears through Metropolis as the super-villain team-up of Lex Luthor, the Legion of Doom, and Leviathan come to change Superman's city forever! The blockbuster creative team of writer Brian Michael Bendis and artists John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson create a Superman epic for the ages-as the Man of Stee...

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DC Stuff reviewed Young Justice #12 Jan 10, 2020
1.0

This is why people hate Bendis! Instead of ever giving a solid story or answers as to why the characters that people love are even together, the book becomes a vehicle to push his Wonder Comics line. If readers wanted the Wonder Twins or Dial H, their solo books would not be on the bottom of the DC sales charts! Naomi is popular enough, but I'm guessing fans of the character would rather get Se more

Young Justice #12

By: Brian Michael Bendis, John Timms
Released: Jan 8, 2020

WONDER COMICS
It's an epic Wonder Comics crossover: Naomi, the Wonder Twins, and Young Justice all come together for the first time to confront the secrets behind the entire first year of the teen team's series. Where did Connor Kent come from? Why does Bart Allen remember everyone but no one else does? How does it all connect to Jinny Hex's tr...

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DC Stuff reviewed Action Comics #1018 Jan 1, 2020
2.0

Bendis spends so much time trying to convince everyone that he "gets" Superman, but he just comes off as a try-hard who changes things to suit himself, not the character or his fans. The Bendis Speak is in full effect here and makes everyone sound the same at best, but makes me want to punch everyone most of the time. Add to that some of the worst art I have seen in a Big Two Comic Book in years more

Action Comics #1018

By: Brian Michael Bendis, John Romita
Released: Jan 1, 2020

One of the biggest Superman stories of all time continues in "Metropolis Doom" part two! War and chaos strikes the heart of Metropolis. The Invisible Mafia, Lex Luthor, and the Legion of Doom all stand their ground to take over Metropolis. Superstar writer Brian Michael Bendis reunites with comic art legends John Romita Jr. and Klaus Janson to brin...

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LunaMoody reviewed Batman #85 Dec 18, 2019
7.5

What I disliked............

1. King just did the minimum to finish the story up. This issue feels like he just threw it together and didn't care about giving the fans a real story. I liked a lot of Kings run and disliked a lot also. However with all of what I liked I felt hopeful and was looking for this to be an epic ending. Instead it was more the dying embers to the fire. I was so more

Batman #85

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Dec 18, 2019

The stunning conclusion to "City of Bane" is here! How will Flashpoint Batman be vanquished from our dimension? What will become of Gotham Girl now that she's betrayed all she knows? How will the Bat team cope without Alfred? Will Catwoman stick around? Who will rebuild Gotham City? Is Batman ever going to be Batman again? The event of the summer n...

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Detective Chimp - Dec 19, 2019

That means King is very careless and just as we talked after Batman #84 inconsistencies DC really need some people to review issues looking for flaws before printing.

DC Stuff - Dec 23, 2019

I hated way more than you did...but, it's Clark who said he didn't follow football in that issue

DC Stuff reviewed Wonder Woman #83 Dec 22, 2019
3.0

I was looking forward to Steve Orlando being back on this book (I love G Willow as a writer, but even she admitted numerous times she never got the voice of WW down), but after an issue that seemed to point to things getting back to a Rucka/Rebirth feel, this is just garbage. Adding Silencer in made no real sense which is bad, but Orlando doesn't even get her powers right! Plus, the whole thing more

Wonder Woman #83

By: Steve Orlando, Jesus Merino
Released: Dec 18, 2019

On the cusp of a new beginning, Wonder Woman must forge a fast alliance with a wild Amazon warrior from her past to halt The Cheetah's malicious massacre! But long brewing tension turns Diana's sister against her, giving the Cheetah her opening to place yet another God to the blade of her God Killer Sword. The kicker? The Cheetah thinks she's helpi...

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4.0

Actually, just commenting on the Crime Syndicate. Since when did Johnny Quick and Power Ring switch voices? Power Ring is always afraid (opposite of willpower) and Johnny is a trash talking jerk. What gives here?

Year of the Villain: Hell Arisen #1

By: James Tynion IV, Steve Epting
Released: Dec 18, 2019

DC's "Year of the Villain" begins its sinister conclusion! Lex Luthor has brought Perpetua back from her cosmic grave and restored her power! Now the Multiverse lives in fear that she might wipe out all existence. The only thing that could stop her are the forces of the Dark Multiverse- which means it's Luthor's mission to defeat the Batman Who Lau...

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Superheroes for Hire - Jan 6, 2020

Since DC stopped giving a flip about their continuity.

The 20-issue Ceiling - Jan 9, 2020

Johnny Quick is afraid because he is the only one who could see inside the speedforce. Pretty simple explanation, really.

DC Stuff rated Legion of Super-Heroes #2 Dec 19, 2019
1.0

Legion of Super-Heroes #2

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Ryan Sook
Released: Dec 18, 2019

It's been one thousand years since anyone has seen the oceans of the Earth, but with Aquaman's original trident recently discovered, a chase to control Earth's future tears across the galaxy. All this and the reunion you'd never thought you'd see! Another DC sci-fi epic into the far-flung future like you've never seen before!

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Afre reviewed Batman #85 Dec 18, 2019
1.0

Well. That was bad.

Like actually bad.

Terrible even.

Alfred is dead for no reason. And it just didn't feel like it. No one seems to mourn him. What exactly happened to the batfamily? Are they okay?

So, Selina and Bruce got married. Yay.

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Batman #85

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Dec 18, 2019

The stunning conclusion to "City of Bane" is here! How will Flashpoint Batman be vanquished from our dimension? What will become of Gotham Girl now that she's betrayed all she knows? How will the Bat team cope without Alfred? Will Catwoman stick around? Who will rebuild Gotham City? Is Batman ever going to be Batman again? The event of the summer n...

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Superheroes for Hire - Dec 18, 2019

Because no one does care

Detective Chimp - Dec 19, 2019

Agree with myconius. Tom King thing is to kill and degrade characters, He just leave but saddly his mess remains.

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myconius reviewed Batman #85 Dec 17, 2019
1.0

thank god this pathetic P.O.S. Batman run is finally over!!

leave it to Tom King to riddle his "grand" finale with a juxtaposition of something totally non-consequential to the climax. this comic is ALL over the place! does he think he's being clever?
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Batman #85

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Dec 18, 2019

The stunning conclusion to "City of Bane" is here! How will Flashpoint Batman be vanquished from our dimension? What will become of Gotham Girl now that she's betrayed all she knows? How will the Bat team cope without Alfred? Will Catwoman stick around? Who will rebuild Gotham City? Is Batman ever going to be Batman again? The event of the summer n...

DC Stuff reviewed Batman #85 Dec 18, 2019
1.0

Tom king is always writing h8mself into multiple corners and this is usually how it all ends... forced conclusions at best, but mostly important things are overlooked to make way for fan service nonsense. He had 15 issues to tie up his run and wound up treating it like a kid who doesn't want to take time to study for a final just thinking they can fake your way through it. Well, he failed. BIG T more

Batman #85

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Dec 18, 2019

The stunning conclusion to "City of Bane" is here! How will Flashpoint Batman be vanquished from our dimension? What will become of Gotham Girl now that she's betrayed all she knows? How will the Bat team cope without Alfred? Will Catwoman stick around? Who will rebuild Gotham City? Is Batman ever going to be Batman again? The event of the summer n...

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myconius - Dec 18, 2019

writing himself into corners and trying to fake his way through it sums up Tom King's entire run perfectly.

DC Stuff reviewed Batman #84 Dec 4, 2019
1.0

Another issue trying to retroactively show that there was always a story here when it is obvious that King was too lazy to do anything of the sort and needed these last dozen or so issues to cover his own tracks. We were supposed to get the answers to Thomas Wayne, but I guess it's the questions that King didn't understand, namely, how was there a Flashpoint timeline for him to come from and why more

Batman #84

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Dec 4, 2019

"City of Bane" chapter eleven! The end is near as one victory leads to another defeat. As Batman reclaims his city from Bane, can he regain his sense of family? More specifically, when a man who is your father from another dimension has torn everything down around you, what will it take to build it back up? Especially when that man is currently sta...

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Darkseid24 - Dec 5, 2019

Putting in quotes from writers can be good, I actually like that, but in Kings story it feels out of place.

CaptnAmerca - Dec 13, 2019

What do you mean, "how did he escape the Flashpoint timeline?" He jogged away from the end of the universe! Man, you are just too dense to understand the greatness of Tom King!

1.0

100% garbage. There is no reason to buy this. Zoe Quinn is an awful writer and I wonder when this madness will end and they hire someone who can actually write a decent story to replace this crap. Writing lots of words doesn't mean you have anything to say and by the end, we are left with an issue that will be forgotten by this weekend.

The Infected: Deathbringer #1

By: Zoe Quinn, Brent Peeples
Released: Dec 4, 2019

Donna Troy is a hero. She fought alongside friends, led the Titans into battle, and buried more friends in the line of duty than she cares to remember. She's strong, she's brave, she's one of the fiercest warriors on the planet...and she's the Batman Who Laughs' next target for infection! Spinning out of the events of The Batman Who Laughs and Batm...

DC Stuff reviewed Action Comics #1017 Nov 27, 2019
1.0

Just a total mess of an issue. The Legion of Doom shows up and makes no sense in what is going on right now on so many levels, the dialogue is awful, the story seems thrown together and the art is terrible!!!! Get Bendis away from DC please!!!!

Action Comics #1017

By: Brian Michael Bendis, John Romita
Released: Nov 27, 2019

"Invisible War" part one! It's one of the biggest creator reunions in years as writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist John Romita Jr. join forces for the first time since their blockbuster turns on Avengers and Avengers Vs. X-Men. In this issue, it's all-out war on the streets of Metropolis-and at the end of this epic there will be a huge change to...

DC Stuff reviewed Superman #17 Nov 13, 2019
1.0

Time for the truth, but you have to wait until next month! Seriously, the gall Bendis and Dc have to end Event Leviathan with a non ending and on the same day try to trick people into buyong this garbage, nothing of an issue? Besides awful dialogue not following any continuity, what goes on in a Bendis book????? I'd usually wait for the trade but 6 issues is not enough time for him to start a s more

Superman #17

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Kevin Maguire
Released: Nov 13, 2019

Superman's new Fortress of Solitude sits in the most remote corner of the Bermuda Triangle. Constructed using Kryptonian technology far beyond anything our world knows, filled with intergalactic, pan-dimensional secrets from all over the Multiverse...how could it possibly be missing?

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Jes856 - Nov 14, 2019

Can I please repost this, and share so it ultimately makes its way back to him and DC. This was utter garbage and a disgrace what he is doing to these books. Waited and read all that for a reveal for a character I could two S!#% about. Before that the whole retelling of the destruction of Krypton. You have singlehandedly voices my frustration in this post so I thank you.

Jes856 - Nov 14, 2019

Oh and let’s not forget this BIG REVEAL coming up. Give me a Fu$&@“-/ break

DC Stuff reviewed Event Leviathan #6 Nov 12, 2019
1.0

Seriously???? There was no reason for this "Event" except for Brian Michael Bendis to force a character nobody cares back and into his Super books and use this bullshit of a story to make Superman want to reveal his identity! We were told that the two greatest Detective Squads were on the case, but there never was a case and thus nothing for them to do but stand around and talk in out of charact more

Event Leviathan #6

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Alex Maleev
Released: Nov 13, 2019

From the Eisner Award-winning team of superstar writer Brian Michael Bendis and groundbreaking artist Alex Maleev, the shocking conclusion to the biggest DC mystery of the year! Who is Leviathan? What do they want? How have they dismantled the most powerful secret agencies in the world? And what's their next deadly move? The greatest detectives of ...

DC Stuff reviewed Yondu #1 Nov 6, 2019
1.5

Utter Crap!!! This book will be one of the worst sellers within 3 issues. Those reviewers giving this an 8 are hacks and just trying to suck up to Marvel!!!

Yondu #1

By: Lonnie Nadler, John McCrea
Released: Nov 6, 2019

Yondu, lone Ravager and all-around scoundrel is about to hit the biggest pay day of his life when he stumbles upon a dangerous new weapon! But when this artifact turns out to be deadlier than he bargained for, will the reward outweigh the risk as Yondu finds himself targeted by a mysterious mercenary? Plus, when an unexpected visitor from the futur...

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Nihilist reviewed Batman #82 Nov 6, 2019
3.0

You know the archetype of an empty blockbuster action movie? It's shallow, so shallow in fact, you have to completely turn your brain off while watching it, to enjoy anything. People like Michael Bay and to a degree Zack Snyder built their careers on this. Oh, here's an explosion, and there's fire, and a car crashing, oh, oh, and some CGI monstrosity, you have fun already, have you forgot there sh more

Batman #82

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Nov 6, 2019

"City of Bane" part eight! Batman and his allies wage war on the City of Bane, but an unexpected turn of events will send everyone reeling. Will there be another death in the family, or can the Dark Knight break Bane's iron grip over Gotham City?

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myconius - Nov 7, 2019

what do you think this is about? you think this is a f@&%$ng costume? this is a way of LIFE!

myconius - Nov 7, 2019

YourGreenMuse - Romero's NotLD, Dawn & Day of the Dead, Return of the Living Dead, Peter Jackson's Dead Alive, Lucio Fulci's Zombi, Hell of the Living Dead ... i love 'em all!

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YourGreenMuse reviewed Batman #82 Nov 6, 2019
4.0

Well, I'm glad Bane went out like the chump he truly is. I would probably be less enthused if I cared about Bane as a character, or... maybe that would depend on how far down the Tom King rabbithole I was. I prefer what happens at the end of this issue to, like, 90% of the book previous to this. It doesn't really fit narratively, but I guess if you want to subvert expectations, that's one way of d more

Batman #82

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Nov 6, 2019

"City of Bane" part eight! Batman and his allies wage war on the City of Bane, but an unexpected turn of events will send everyone reeling. Will there be another death in the family, or can the Dark Knight break Bane's iron grip over Gotham City?

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