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Nihilist reviewed Batman: Damned #2 Dec 12, 2018
3.0

Ever played a first person shooter game? You know, the one that looks so beautiful with top notch graphics, the most realistic shaders and highest res textures? One designed to trick you into thinking after the first glance it's an overall good product, but in reality being shallow as a pond? Offering no actual engaging story, set in closed, linear and repetitive levels, with no side activities an more

Batman: Damned #2

By: Brian Azzarello, Lee Bermejo
Released: Dec 12, 2018

As Batman's descent into the madness of Gotham City's decadent underbelly continues, he must try to exorcise some of his demons...and who better to help than the Demon, Etrigan himself. And where there's demons, there's also a Deadman, a Spectre, an Enchantress and a host of other supernatural friends and foes-it's a veritable Grand Guignol! &...

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packtsardines - Feb 20, 2020

just reading this for the first time and wow, it's really bad

Nihilist - Feb 21, 2020

Yeah, it's capital BAD. Unlucky for me now, I actually have forgotten about its existence, and up until now I lived in a blessed state of oblivion.

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egon244 reviewed DCeased: The Unkillables #1 Feb 19, 2020
7.0

"It's an apocalypse, don't judge me"

Tom Taylor returns to his zombified version of the DC universe and, just like last time, it's fun.

This one goes for a bit more comedic streak, at least in this issue, with a sort of dry humor and jokes being thrown around by characters. The sense of hopelessness and dread is not half as prolific here as it was in the original mini-series. more

DCeased: The Unkillables #1

By: Tom Taylor, Karl Mostert
Released: Feb 19, 2020

The blockbuster DC series returns to answer this question: What did the villains do when the heroes failed and the world ended? Spinning out of the dramatic events of 2019's smash hit, writer Tom Taylor returns to this dark world with a street-level tale of death, heroism and redemption. Led by Red Hood and Deathstroke, DC's hardest villains and an...

Nihilist reviewed Superman Smashes The Klan #3 Feb 19, 2020
9.5

Strong stories evoke strong emotions, and stay with you for good. They don't age, they always manage to immerse you and make you feel like an integral part of their worlds, no matter your age. I have no doubts Superman Smashes the Klan is exactly that kind of story. Adapted from 80 year old radio material, it manages to be as relevant as during the war time, and on top of that, uses decades worth more

Superman Smashes The Klan #3

By: Gene Luen Yang, Gurihiru
Released: Feb 19, 2020

The Daily Planet is under attack! When the Klan invades the newspaper's office, they kidnap Lois Lane, Perry White, and Inspector Henderson. The Klan's attacks have separated our heroes, forcing Roberta and Jimmy Olsen to step up and help save the Daily Planet staff.  
But the Klan has one more surprise to reveal. In order to save his...

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RBL reviewed Legion of Super-Heroes #4 Feb 19, 2020
2.0

Usually when the backstory of a character is expanded on, it adds to them and showcases more of who they are. All this is issue does is elaborate on the “secret origins” of the 3 so-called “leaders” of the Legion.

Thing is, this simple premise is botched completely. Somehow each of the leaders feel like less of a character and just a pointless addition to the roster than before. more

Legion of Super-Heroes #4

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Ryan Sook
Released: Feb 19, 2020

The secret origin of the Legion of Super-Heroes revealed! Exactly how did this ragtag group of idealistic, super-powered teens from all across the galaxy find each other? What pulls them and keeps them together? Another gorgeous issue of DC's future superstars also reveals clues to how Aquaman's lost trident may be the key to Earth's future and sur...

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M1sf1r3 reviewed Batman #89 Feb 19, 2020
8.5

Prelude:
So far I've been loving Tynion's Batman. Let's see how he fares in this issue.

The Good:
I did find Gunsmith and Mr. Teeth to be cool one-shot villains.

I enjoyed the Selina/Harley team up.

March's art is great.

The Bad:
Man, Designer's costume is so stupid.

Not sure on how I feel about Joker War yet.

Conclus more

Batman #89

By: James Tynion IV, Guillem March
Released: Feb 19, 2020

Batman must stop Deathstroke from killing the mayor of Gotham City! But to do so he has to figure out who ordered the hit in the first place. If his four main suspects aren't 'fessing up to the crime, then is there someone even more sinister lurking in the shadows waiting to deliver the coup de grâce? Whoever it is, one victim will fall under ...

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Quinn reviewed Batman #89 Feb 19, 2020
5.0

Great art, rushed story.

We see Harley save Catwoman in the graveyard and Batman track down the various assassins. (He sends a fleet of drones to get Deathstroke).

Batman reaches Riddler's lair and there is video with no sound showing DESIGN or whatever his name is confronting Riddler. (Penguin is wounded in this episode and threatening hospital workers).

The actio more

Batman #89

By: James Tynion IV, Guillem March
Released: Feb 19, 2020

Batman must stop Deathstroke from killing the mayor of Gotham City! But to do so he has to figure out who ordered the hit in the first place. If his four main suspects aren't 'fessing up to the crime, then is there someone even more sinister lurking in the shadows waiting to deliver the coup de grâce? Whoever it is, one victim will fall under ...

Nihilist reviewed DCeased: The Unkillables #1 Feb 19, 2020
6.0

You know what's always cool about nazi zombies? That contrary to usual walking dead, amount of living braincells in their heads is exactly identical to living nazis. That's something, isn't it? While death turns normal people into rotting beasts fueled only by primal hunger for flesh, facists lose nothing! Good for them, worse for us, since when apocalypse strikes, the only still active media outl more

DCeased: The Unkillables #1

By: Tom Taylor, Karl Mostert
Released: Feb 19, 2020

The blockbuster DC series returns to answer this question: What did the villains do when the heroes failed and the world ended? Spinning out of the dramatic events of 2019's smash hit, writer Tom Taylor returns to this dark world with a street-level tale of death, heroism and redemption. Led by Red Hood and Deathstroke, DC's hardest villains and an...

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Nihilist reviewed Legion of Super-Heroes #4 Feb 19, 2020
4.0

While I like the final cliffhanger and idea behind it, I can't stop thinking that Bendis just wasted everyone's time coming up with some of the least inspired, generic origin stories out there. With Imra, it's literally "oh, I'm going to college, cool". I wish I was kidding, but it really feels that bland. I wouldn't be urprised if we were dealing with a dozen new characters, and some of them lack more

Legion of Super-Heroes #4

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Ryan Sook
Released: Feb 19, 2020

The secret origin of the Legion of Super-Heroes revealed! Exactly how did this ragtag group of idealistic, super-powered teens from all across the galaxy find each other? What pulls them and keeps them together? Another gorgeous issue of DC's future superstars also reveals clues to how Aquaman's lost trident may be the key to Earth's future and sur...

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myconius - Feb 19, 2020

YEESH! so this was what Bendis ruined Jon Kent for? ...nice going Bendis!!

Nihilist reviewed Batman #89 Feb 19, 2020
7.5

Okay, I gotta admit, this story arc finally captured my attention. After a tiny, tiny bit underwhelming beginning, finally side arcs begin to connect and create a bigger picture. The issue didn't answer any questions, in fact only introduced more, but i wasn't its point. The point was to connect few dots, without progressing the plot much further. Build the tension, make the mystery feel deeper an more

Batman #89

By: James Tynion IV, Guillem March
Released: Feb 19, 2020

Batman must stop Deathstroke from killing the mayor of Gotham City! But to do so he has to figure out who ordered the hit in the first place. If his four main suspects aren't 'fessing up to the crime, then is there someone even more sinister lurking in the shadows waiting to deliver the coup de grâce? Whoever it is, one victim will fall under ...

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Linkush reviewed Batman #89 Feb 19, 2020
7.5

I really don't have much to say about this issue because not a lot happened but it was still entertaining.

Harley and Selina team up as Batman continues to search for answers and The Riddler is missing. Meanwhile, Joker is getting ready to execute his own plan with the help of Punchline.

So yeah, not a lot in terms of story progression but we still got some fun action scenes more

Batman #89

By: James Tynion IV, Guillem March
Released: Feb 19, 2020

Batman must stop Deathstroke from killing the mayor of Gotham City! But to do so he has to figure out who ordered the hit in the first place. If his four main suspects aren't 'fessing up to the crime, then is there someone even more sinister lurking in the shadows waiting to deliver the coup de grâce? Whoever it is, one victim will fall under ...

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10

Don’t listen to Mr. 5 Paragraphs, he hates everything, it was really enjoyable

Harley Quinn and the Birds of Prey #1

By: Amanda Conner
Released: Feb 12, 2020

DC Black Label Prestige Plus 8.5" x 10.875"
The creative team that transformed Harley Quinn forever returns to shake up her world once more-and this time, the gloves are off!  Harley Quinn has avoided Gotham City ever since she broke up with The Joker and found a home, and a kind of family, in Coney Island. But when she gets an offer ...

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YourGreenMuse - Feb 14, 2020

I think we should all antagonize each other from here on out in order to produce this exciting of a reaction,

packtsardines - Feb 17, 2020

Sorry i meant that as a compliment, my mistake

3.0

Karl Marx once said "history repeats itself, first as tragedy, second as farce", and it'd take special kind of "genius" to dissagree with that. You see, DC and WB failed with Suicide Squad in 2016 - a movie so bad, it has become a running joke despised by everyone and their moms, panned for its Hot Topic trailer trash aethetic, Joker and Harley having scribbles tattooed on their damn faces, and la more

Harley Quinn and the Birds of Prey #1

By: Amanda Conner
Released: Feb 12, 2020

DC Black Label Prestige Plus 8.5" x 10.875"
The creative team that transformed Harley Quinn forever returns to shake up her world once more-and this time, the gloves are off!  Harley Quinn has avoided Gotham City ever since she broke up with The Joker and found a home, and a kind of family, in Coney Island. But when she gets an offer ...

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Nihilist - Feb 13, 2020

Pretty much, brother. Instead, they're playing with it, all hands brown and stinky up to the elbows, microwaving this turd.

myconius - Feb 19, 2020

hahahahaha!!! man! that analogy was excellent!! - - "...stinky up to the elbows" - - LOVE IT!!! x'D

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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RBL reviewed Superman: Heroes #1 Feb 12, 2020
3.0

Nice to know the impromptu group that banded together in Justice League Odyssey are now official leaguers.

Also it’s great that Hawkman, Shazam, and Cyborg were all able to reverse their current condition to be present in this momentous occasion. I mean even Harley, an anti-hero at best and someone who is in no way a member of any League also showed up, that’s really something.

Superman: Heroes #1

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Kevin Maguire
Released: Feb 12, 2020

Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen, the staff of the Daily Planet, even the Justice League-their lives all changed when Superman revealed his secret identity to the world! This unique Superman experience explores what the identity of Clark Kent meant to those close to him-and what their relationship to Superman will be in the future. All the rules are about to...

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2.5

Just terrible. The dialogue is bad& the story is nonsense. I haven‘t watched BoP yet, but I really hope the movie is better than this. I am also asking myself, why this is Black Label- because we see the half naked ass of a guy? Another reason, why BL is a joke.

Harley Quinn and the Birds of Prey #1

By: Amanda Conner
Released: Feb 12, 2020

DC Black Label Prestige Plus 8.5" x 10.875"
The creative team that transformed Harley Quinn forever returns to shake up her world once more-and this time, the gloves are off!  Harley Quinn has avoided Gotham City ever since she broke up with The Joker and found a home, and a kind of family, in Coney Island. But when she gets an offer ...

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Nihilist - Feb 13, 2020

I didn't even notice the BL logo! Oh, my, DC is throwing literally anything they have to supply this imprint.

Darkseid24 - Feb 13, 2020

Agreed. It’s ridiculous

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MKW69 reviewed Batman: Pennyworth R.I.P. #1 Feb 12, 2020
6.5

It was too short. And it felt not complete, only Bat's Robins and Barbara are here. There should be others, like Alfred daughter Julia, Supes Cassandra, and others.

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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myconius - Feb 12, 2020

very good points. no mention of Alfred's daughter has even been made. and Superman and Wonder Woman definitely would have been there as well! this just shows how phoned in this really was.

LunaMoody - Feb 14, 2020

I agree

Nihilist reviewed Supergirl #39 Feb 12, 2020
5.5

There's a bigger story this comic tries to tell. It's not filler, despite what amount of Dragon Ball-esque action scenes may suggest. It' not the biggest, most complex plot, mind you, but I think it's still a step forward compared to last couple of issues, which really felt like they have nothing coherent to say.
Long story short, the new, kinky, Kara, believes to be stronger than she ever wa more

Supergirl #39

By: Jody Houser, Rachael Stott
Released: Feb 12, 2020

After the Lasso of Truth reveals something unexpected about Supergirl's infection, Wonder Woman is quickly running out of ways to try to bring Kara back peacefully. Making matters worse, the government has sent robotic military backup to Smallville to deal with the possible atomic threat of Infected Supergirl-and neither Wonder Woman nor Supergirl ...

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5.5

I expect this issue a touching one. But how the writers handle it is too... clumsy. How could it be possible that Alfred wanted to tell Bruce "your parents' death made you Batman so they would've die willingly for you to save people"? Seriously, Alfred's death and how families react deserves better writing.

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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myconius reviewed Batman: Pennyworth R.I.P. #1 Feb 12, 2020
4.0

pointless cash-grab.

complete waste of time and money.

the art's not even worth the time to bother looking at.

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...

Nihilist reviewed The Terrifics #25 Feb 12, 2020
9.0

Multiple choice books may not be as common as back in the day, which only makes this comic more special. It was a great idea to incorporate a branching story in the series, giving the reader some freedom and activ control over what's happening, or illusion of it, at least. And that's very much the reason why you SHOULD pick this book up - it's different, and offers different reading experience fro more

The Terrifics #25

By: Gene Luen Yang, Dan Mora
Released: Feb 12, 2020

Choose your fate, choose your action, choose your destiny! In this special extra-sized 25th issue, Michael Holt has dis-covered a deadly hidden enemy, and only a series of life-or-death simulations can bring the threat to the forefront! But when Mr. Terrific lies to his team, how can they trust him again? Don't miss this epic multi-path journey tha...

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M1sf1r3 reviewed The Terrifics #25 Feb 12, 2020
10

Prelude:
I've been looking forward to this issue of The Terrifics. Let's see how it goes.

The Good:
I love these alternate branch stories.

Some really interesting paths.

JLC!!!!!!!

Really fun issue.

Mora's art was great.

Quite an interesting set-up for future stories.

The Bad:
Nothing.

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The Terrifics #25

By: Gene Luen Yang, Dan Mora
Released: Feb 12, 2020

Choose your fate, choose your action, choose your destiny! In this special extra-sized 25th issue, Michael Holt has dis-covered a deadly hidden enemy, and only a series of life-or-death simulations can bring the threat to the forefront! But when Mr. Terrific lies to his team, how can they trust him again? Don't miss this epic multi-path journey tha...

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...

Nihilist reviewed Batman #88 Feb 5, 2020
7.5

I feel like I should be more excited about this issue than I actually am. Maybe it's the comic, or maybe I just have a bad day, but either way I couldn't really get into it, get invested in the story and appreciate the groundwork Tynion is laying down for events to come and mysteries to unravel. It's all fine, nothing's missing, nothing's lacking, but while it is an entertaining read, I don't thin more

Batman #88

By: James Tynion IV, Guillem March
Released: Feb 5, 2020

The conspiracy that will rock Batman's world continues to unfold as the Dark Knight travels to Arkham Asylum to get answers from the Penguin! What dark secret does he share with The Joker, the Riddler, and...Catwoman? Plus, the plague of assassins descending upon Gotham City in its weakest moments continues! Will this be the moment when Deathstroke...

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M1sf1r3 reviewed Action Comics #1019 Jan 29, 2020
1.0

Prelude:
Bendis. Action Comics. Bad. Let's go.

The Rare:
Nothing at all.

The Usual:
Rubbish art.

Bendis-speak.

"The Event Leviathan"

Continuity.

Leviathan Island.

It's boring as hell.

Conclusion:
Thank god it's over.

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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TheHyruleElf - Jan 30, 2020

Your reviews always give me joy, my friend :)

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Talon1load reviewed Action Comics #1019 Jan 29, 2020
1.0

Get rid of Bendis. All he does is try to inflate the importance and impact of his own bullshit. Stop with Leviathan. It sucked and was a failure, much like his entire run on the Super books. As for JrJr, I really like a lot of his art from Marvel but his DC works is absolute trash. Stop putting him on books. Seriously. It’s bad. Now, JrJr and Bendis together? There is nothing redeemable about t 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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allenquanobi reviewed Action Comics #1019 Jan 29, 2020
1.5

This seems to be the opposite of the Superman book right now. For me, Superman started off really bad and boring and now has become decently readable. Action Comics started off slightly readable and now has gotten really bad and boring. This is probably the worst Superman book Bendis has written. It's boring, it's confusing with continuity, makes little sense when you think about it, and overa 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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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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Swanktub reviewed Suicide Squad #2 Jan 29, 2020
9.0

This may only be the second issue, but this has already become one of my favourite series I am collecting. Taylor manages to make all of the characters likable, and give them distinct personalities. The story in the issue is a great one-and-done which manages to add to the overall arch of the characters while being a complete story on its own. Bruno Redondo's art looks incredible on paper. I'm use more

Suicide Squad #2

By: Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo
Released: Jan 29, 2020

After the absolute carnage of Suicide Squad #1, a new Task Force X has been assembled-even before the bodies of teammates and friends have had a chance to cool! What's left standing may be the most capable and uncompromising Suicide Squad ever brought together. But it's also the most divided. Forced to fulfill the agenda of a cruel new taskmaster, ...

Nihilist reviewed Suicide Squad #2 Jan 29, 2020
8.5

It's quite hard to comprehend how much story was condensed into just two issues of this series so far, even if on the surface it doesn't look that complex. There's so many new characters already developing relations with other team members, o much non-forced exposition, I'm impressed how quickly I grew to like this new cast. It may have something to do with the sheer fact many of them will most li more

Suicide Squad #2

By: Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo
Released: Jan 29, 2020

After the absolute carnage of Suicide Squad #1, a new Task Force X has been assembled-even before the bodies of teammates and friends have had a chance to cool! What's left standing may be the most capable and uncompromising Suicide Squad ever brought together. But it's also the most divided. Forced to fulfill the agenda of a cruel new taskmaster, ...

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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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