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Joshua G reviewed Blossoms 666 #2 Apr 2, 2019

This was some right good stuff.

Wish more happened but it has all thetrappings of a great flick

Blossoms 666 #2

By: Cullen Bunn, Laura Braga
Released: Mar 6, 2019

Taking sibling rivalry to its most infernal limits, the Blossom twins enter into a sinister competition to prove themselves worthy of the throne of Hell. While Betty Cooper is starting to realize what they are up to, making herself a target, a mysterious stranger wanders into town, bringing with him a revelation that will turn Cheryl and Jason's wo...

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Joshua G reviewed Suicide Squad #47 Oct 13, 2018

Probably my favourite issue yet!
Lots of laughs and a great story line.
It was a great continuation of the early rebirth suicide squad (issue 2 I believe).

Boomerang is the best thing about this series and this was the best story in the series

Suicide Squad #47

By: Rob Williams, Philippe Briones
Released: Oct 10, 2018

While the rest of the Suicide Squad is busy with their undersea exploits in Atlantis, Amanda Waller ships Captain Boomerang down under on a mission to save his home country! Someone's planted nukes all across Australia, and it's up to Boomerang to hunt them down with an old friend from the Australian Secret Service. It's one last mission as Captain...

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daddyT reviewed X-23 #5 Oct 11, 2018

the art took a BIG DIVE and the story was a bit of a let-down, but at least not in the one big way that so many writers would have done. Gabby is fine, and that's about all this issue needed to do.

from a base of 6, this gets a rating of: 9.
-1 because: the art was distractingly bad.
-1 because there was too much stupid humor.
-1 because: it was confusing.
+1 becaus more

X-23 #5

By: Mariko Tamaki, Juan Cabal
Released: Oct 10, 2018

All is revealed as Laura and Gabby fight to return to each other and work to uncover the ultimate machinations of the power-hungry Cuckoos. But which team will take the day - and will any of the sisters emerge unscathed?
Rated T+

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Joshua G reviewed Shadow Roads #2 Aug 10, 2018

Good stuff.

Barry keeps it funny, you can tell he's fun to draw and write.
Two stories are happening at the same time; one looks like a slow burn mystery while the other looks like a "welcome-chosen-one" that will begin a new plot soon. I'm still waiting for a wow factor but the scenery and lovable characters will keep me coming back until then

Shadow Roads #2

By: Cullen Bunn, A.C. Zamudio
Released: Aug 8, 2018

Henry and Barry find themselves in the presence of the enigmatic Buzzard Clan, where they meet an unexpected chief who holds secrets to Henry's past. Meanwhile, Ghost Eyes and Isabelle are tracking the soul-stealing Hunter, but instead they find the mysterious Black Star Rangers!

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Joshua G added Justice League (2018) to their pull list Jun 20, 2018

Justice League (2018)

"THE TOTALITY" part one! A brand-new era begins here! Comics legends Scott Snyder and Jim Cheung launch the Justice League into a cosmos-shaking mystery that will draw out their most terrible ways our heroes couldn't possibly imagine! In this debut issue, Martian Manhunter struggles to protect the team from an incoming threat that will sh...

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Joshua G reviewed Babyteeth #11 Jun 19, 2018

It's very solid but honestly skippable.
It raises the stakes and tells a cool story about one of the side characters that you've probably been wondering about. The art is wispy and fits well with Donny Cates' love of deserts and Texas imagery.
This is nearing the longest run Cates has ever written (I don't think his work with Marvel has gone past ten issues, and Redneck is about as long more

Babyteeth #11

By: Donny Cates, Garry Brown
Released: Jun 13, 2018

The story of the Antichrist and the people who love him continues as we enter into the most terrifying chapter of our journey so far: THE TERRIBLE TWOS! Plus, who is our mysterious new storyteller!? And what secrets about the fate of Clark do they hold?! Find out here, as a bold new direction in BABYTEETH begins!
From Donny Cates, the writer o...

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Joshua G reviewed Super Sons #16 May 24, 2018

Every joke hit and the action was on point. These kinds of stories make me feel hopeful about the future of comics.

Super Sons #16

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Carlo Barberi
Released: May 23, 2018

"END OF INNOCENCE" part two! The epic battle between the Super Sons and Kid Amazo crashes to a close, and Superboy and Robin must decide how to pick up the pieces of the disastrous Amazo Project. The Super Sons face tomorrow in this latest chapter of their journey together!

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SloboSOY reviewed All-New Wolverine #35 May 17, 2018

A very strong ending ... For one I would have loved a more dramatic final with Laura dead too. I hoped that would not be victor the Doom, but that was still a great story. I'm not that fond of Bell ... But it's normal we didn't know here before.
I was very impressed by future thor.
It was the last Tyler issue. Thank you very much for all the work Mr Tyler. I take issue 1 just for trying more

All-New Wolverine #35

By: Tom Taylor, Ramon Rosanas
Released: May 16, 2018

• The world has been saved. Its people, never happier. The Wolverine should be retired, enjoying her time ruling Madripoor and living life with her sister.
•  But instead Laura is in the last bastion of cruelty: Latveria. She has one more mission: One person to save, one person to kill.
•  It all comes down to this.
Rated T...

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Joshua G reviewed Betrothed #3 May 12, 2018

Renewed my faith in the series after a middling second issue. I'm excited for side characters to play a greater role!

Betrothed #3

By: Sean Lewis, Steve Uy
Released: May 9, 2018

The Betrothed's earth-bound guardians get involved as all hell breaks loose for Kieron and Tamara. After battling Barbarians and having their friends discover the truth about the pair, how can they find a way to cope? Enter an all-night keg party, filled with flirta-tion, jealousy and a few pranks along the way. Funny, fantastical and full violence...

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Joshua G reviewed Deathstroke #26 Dec 12, 2017

If you didn't like the previous issue it’d probably be best to skip this one too. Slade continues to be a passive agent in his own story; between Slade, the Batmen, and (if you cross the boarder) Deadpool, “The Fall of _______” issues are becoming passé. More so this helplessness does not fit Slade; Dr. Isherwood puts it best when he says, “The best informed and most prepared assassin o more

Deathstroke #26

By: Christopher Priest, Diogenes Neves
Released: Dec 6, 2017

"The Fall of Slade" part one! Finally convinced that their leader is missing, Team Defiance begins the search for Deathstroke only to discover his situation is even more dire than expected. Meanwhile, Deathstroke-after being kidnapped by the Secret Society of Super-Villains-finds his past catching up with him when his former friend and ally Dr. Iko...

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