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Nihilist reviewed Batman: Three Jokers #3 Oct 27, 2020
8.5

Long story short, it's a very solid conclusion to a very solid short series. Sure, you feel free to make an argument some answers should never be revealed fully, but in this particular context, in this particular book, I have to say the revelations we learn are shocking and leave you impressed. If not by the twists they come with, but by at least the fact Johns managed to plan the story this way more

Batman: Three Jokers #3

By: Geoff Johns, Jason Fabok
Released: Oct 28, 2020

The final chapter of the most terrifying and personal Batman mystery is here!
Still reeling from their last encounter with the three Jokers, Batman, Batgirl, and Red Hood discover the terrible truth about the Three Jokers’ plot. Will the caped crusaders have the strength needed to put an end to the maniacal menaces’ master plan once and ...

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Nihilist added Batman: White Knight Presents: Harley Quinn to their pull list Oct 20, 2020

Batman: White Knight Presents: Harley Quinn

The Joker is dead, Bruce Wayne is behind bars...and Gotham City is just starting to redefine itself without Batman.
As Harley Quinn struggles to adjust to her new life as the mother of Jack Napier's twins, an elusive mastermind called the Producer seizes the moment to assemble a crew of villains-starting with the Starlet, a serial killer wh...

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9.0

3 words, that's all it takes to get my attention: "White Knight Harley". Boom, I'm sold, just like that. Murphy's take on the character turned out to be exactly what I needed from her, and then some more. For once she's not an idiot like her main continuity and live action versions - she actually uses her intellect and shrink skills, you have no doubts she is educated and smart. She's not a Mary S more

Batman: White Knight Presents: Harley Quinn #1

By: Katana Collins, Matteo Scalera
Released: Oct 21, 2020

The Joker is dead, Bruce Wayne is behind bars...and Gotham City is just starting to redefine itself without Batman.
As Harley Quinn struggles to adjust to her new life as the mother of Jack Napier's twins, an elusive mastermind called the Producer seizes the moment to assemble a crew of villains-starting with the Starlet, a serial killer wh...

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Nihilist reviewed Batman #101 Oct 20, 2020
6.5

The previous issue featured several scenes set after the Joker War ended with a bang. Literally. They served as semi closure of the arc as well as tease of what may come next. And so does this issue. I wish instead of what we've got, everything involving Harley waking up and Clownhunter talking to Bats was squeezed into this comic. You know, just a solid line splitting the event itself from a tran more

Batman #101

By: James Tynion IV, Guillem March
Released: Oct 21, 2020

A new day dawns in Gotham and the horrors of “The Joker War” are just being realized. A bold new direction for Batman begins as Bruce Wayne’s circumstances are forever changed. How did the Joker’s rampage affected the citizens of the city? And why does Cole Cash-a.k.a.-Grifter, now work for Lucius Fox?!

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6.0

I have mixed feelings about this comic. While it adds depth and develops Robin King a little, giving him clear motivation and background, it feels, in many ways, like filler of sorts. There's no real challenge, tension, drama and bigger purpose here - just the titular character slaughtering hero after hero, being prepared to effortlessly take down every one of them. And let me tell you - there's n more

Dark Nights: Death Metal: Robin King #1

By: Tony Patrick, Riley Rossmo
Released: Oct 21, 2020

With a utility belt filled to the brim with weapons designed to kill every hero in the DCU, Robin King is the most sadistic soldier in the Darkest Knight evil army! Can anyone stop him from laying waste to Earth’s last line of defense? And how did he become one of the Batman Who Laugh’s groblins in the first place? And in the backup story, can ...

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Nihilist reviewed Dark Nights: Death Metal #4 Oct 19, 2020
7.0

Snyder sure knows how to make a story feel larger than life, turn it from "just" a comic into a full blown blockbuster. There are two problems with Death Metal I have, though. First - it's confusing, thanks to several differently named spin-offs and tie-ins. And second - while as I said it's big (like, really, gigantic) it seems to intentionally leave its universe and characters somewhat hollow. more

Dark Nights: Death Metal #4

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Oct 14, 2020

Wonder Woman, Batman, and Superman are trapped in nightmare worlds within the Dark Multiverse! They’ll need to face down their fiercest foes once again if they hope to accomplish their mission and bring back a power capable of stopping the Darkest Knight. But what horrors has he unleased on Earth while they’ve been locked away?!

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Nihilist reviewed Suicide Squad #8 Aug 25, 2020
8.5

So, that's why we didn't get to know The Aerie closer up until now. Their story connects to Ted Kord's masterplan as well as Task Force X's history itself. And while I still think the character is far less interesting than Wink, who has to be one of my favourite additions to DC's universe, they've proven themselves to be good and kind. Still, I think this entire secret facility and human experimen more

Suicide Squad #8

By: Tom Taylor, Daniel Sampere
Released: Aug 26, 2020

Task Force X is done running. They pulled the bombs out of their necks, they’ve identified their target, and they’re going on the hunt for the man who’s pulled their strings and killed their friends. And now the Squad is up against forces far more powerful than they ever could have imagined. Taking them on…could be suicide.

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haniballecto - Aug 25, 2020

Money money money money Money money money money Money money money...

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M1sf1r3 reviewed Batman: Three Jokers #1 Aug 24, 2020
10

Prelude:
Lucky for me, Three Jokers #1 hit iBooks in Australia today. Well, this has been in the making since Darkseid War so there's a lot of hype for this. Hope this delivers after the long wait.

The Good:
Wow.... can I just say everything?

I love the introductions for each character with the captions and flashbacks adding more layers.

Always love a de more

Batman: Three Jokers #1

By: Geoff Johns, Jason Fabok
Released: Aug 26, 2020

Thirty years after Batman: The Killing Joke changed comics forever, Three Jokers reexamines the myth of who, or what, The Joker is and what is at the heart of his eternal battle with Batman. New York Times bestselling writer Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok, the writer/artist team that waged the “Darkseid War” in the pages of Justice League, reunite...

Nihilist reviewed Batman: Three Jokers #1 Aug 25, 2020
9.5

Just few days ago The Batman's trailer was released, to univeersal shock and praise of its dense, violent, dark atmosphere. It's by no means perfect and the final movie may end up being a misstep, but as of now, most sceptics seemingly vanished after seeing Pattinson obliterating a street thug and realizing they may have judget the book by its cover.
Similarly, Three Jokers took a crowbar and more

Batman: Three Jokers #1

By: Geoff Johns, Jason Fabok
Released: Aug 26, 2020

Thirty years after Batman: The Killing Joke changed comics forever, Three Jokers reexamines the myth of who, or what, The Joker is and what is at the heart of his eternal battle with Batman. New York Times bestselling writer Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok, the writer/artist team that waged the “Darkseid War” in the pages of Justice League, reunite...

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ohhaimark - Aug 26, 2020

I'm honestly just psyched for Paul Dano as The Riddler.

YourGreenMuse - Aug 26, 2020

Was I the only one left with a passive feeling? I'm not any more or less excited about the movie since seeing the trailer. I think the movie will be pretty good. The best thing I could say to a friend after seeing the trailer was "I'm glad they're not fucking with the voice."

6.5

I really wanted this book to be good. To explain the rich lore of the entire event, show what happened to the main characters before issue #1 happened. To delve deep into the craziness of this new world. You know, be an actual guidebook, like the name suggests.

Too bad out of all the stories, only the first one does something substantive. The rest isn't bad, but at the same time doesn't more

Dark Nights: Death Metal: Death Metal Guidebook #1

By: Priest, Becky Cloonan
Released: Aug 19, 2020

Earth is turned upside down, shrouded in a realm of darkness after the Justice League's defeat by the cosmic goddess Perpetua. Now the Batman Who Laughs and his army of Dark Knights rule the planet, wreaking havoc on humanity and raining destruction on the world. As Wonder Woman, Superman, Batman, and other heroes fight to survive in this strange n...

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Nihilist reviewed Dark Nights: Death Metal #3 Aug 11, 2020
8.0

Dark Nights: Metal feels like a blockbuster movie unraveling before our eyes. There's no time to breathe, because action never stops, even for a moment, and every chapter so far tried to squeeze as much action into its limited number of pages as possible. The event grows - from regular series it's going to expand into several spin-offs and one-off issues. Hopefully the upcoming Guidebook will expl more

Dark Nights: Death Metal #3

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Aug 12, 2020

All aboard! When the Justice League launches its assault on New Apokolips, the team’s goal is to free Superman from his solar prison. But it’s all going off the rails when they learn that the Man of Steel is gone for good thanks to the Anti-Life Equation. Plus, the deep secret of the Darkest Knight is revealed-but how much darker could the Batm...

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Tony reviewed Dark Nights: Death Metal #3 Aug 10, 2020
9.5

Capullo´s artwork: 5/5 maybe he delivered us a better panels but in general I dig a lot what he is doing in this comic and some colors looks beautiful. I think you need to judge this comic from two perspectives, one: A part from something bigger, I mean when we have the full story we will see if the whole thing works well or not and, two, as comic book stand alone, it´s perfect, of course not bu more

Dark Nights: Death Metal #3

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Aug 12, 2020

All aboard! When the Justice League launches its assault on New Apokolips, the team’s goal is to free Superman from his solar prison. But it’s all going off the rails when they learn that the Man of Steel is gone for good thanks to the Anti-Life Equation. Plus, the deep secret of the Darkest Knight is revealed-but how much darker could the Batm...

9.0

It's not a secret I adore White Knight series, ever since I've read the first issue for the very first time. And aside from reinventing the Batman mythos in a unique (albeit not so fresh on the first glance) way, as well as looking like nothing else on the shelves, these comics managed to make me fall in love with Harley all over again, just like in the good old Batman: The Animated Series times. more

Harley Quinn: Black + White + Red #6

By: Katana Collins, Matteo Scalera
Released: Jul 29, 2020

“Black, White Knight, and Red”
From the pages of Sean Murphy’s BATMAN: WHITE KNIGHT, a sneak peek at the upcoming spinoff series BATMAN: WHITE KNIGHT PRESENTS HARLEY QUINN! Harley looks back on the night of her first arrest by Batman. In the heat of one of her earliest escapades with the Joker, Harley’s high spirits are tanked and sh...

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Nihilist reviewed Wonder Woman #759 Jul 28, 2020
7.5

I'm not a fan of Tamaki's previous works and because of that prejudice of mine, I was skeptical about her taking over Wonder Woman's series. I have to say I'm positively surprised so far - it may have not been the greatest comic I've ever picked up, but I'm glad I gave it a chance. It offers some character driven drama, action and a mystery to be unraveled in the foreseeable future. Sure, you coul more

Wonder Woman #759

By: Mariko Tamaki, Mikel Janin
Released: Jul 29, 2020

It’s a brand-new day for Wonder Woman! As Diana starts to pick up the pieces of her life following her battle with the Four Horsewomen and her run-in with the Phantom Stranger, Man’s World has become more complicated to navigate than ever before. It seems everyone has a take on who Wonder Woman should
be-some who look on her heroics with...

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Nihilist reviewed DC Cybernetic Summer #1 Jul 28, 2020
6.0

As with any thematic anthology, there's something for everyone here, but it's also doubtful each and every short story contained in it will appeal to every reader. I, personally, found Summer Lovin', Summer Bummer and Catfish Crisis (in this order) to be the most enjoyable for the most part, with Summer Camp and very possibly Fandom following soon after. That said, no comic here is perfect or even more

DC Cybernetic Summer #1

By: Stephanie Nicole Phillips, Leila Del Duca
Released: Jul 29, 2020

Rub some sunscreen on your circuits, because DC’s favorite cyborgs are hitting the beach in DC Cybernetic Summer on July 28! In this sizzling summertime anthology special, Harley Quinn and Sy Borgman conquer a truly titanic water slide, Cyborg, Superman, and Cyborg Superman find it difficult to have a conversation, much less a fight, and Batman t...

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Nihilist reviewed Suicide Squad #7 Jul 28, 2020
9.0

In these difficult, unstable times, when comic stores go bankrupt one after another, do them, and yourself a favour, and pick this book up. The issue may have not been as outstandingly perfect as the previous one, but it's still an unbelievably good read which I can't recommend enough. This is the Suicide Squad we've been all waiting for - full of action, heart and little twists making the plot fe more

Suicide Squad #7

By: Tom Taylor, Daniel Sampere
Released: Jul 29, 2020

Annnnd he’s out! With a pardon in his pocket, Deadshot walks away from the Suicide Squad in hopes of reuniting with his daughter, Zoe, and making things right at last. But you can’t outrun your past when it’s still looking to kill you, and their family reunion quickly takes a turn for the deadly. To whom can Deadshot turn when he’s left beh...

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Nihilist reviewed Legion of Super-Heroes #7 Jul 28, 2020
3.5

Bendis' Legion reminds me of Star Wars prequels - overtalked, with barely any memorable, complex characters and relationships, focused on uninteresting and at times rather cliche political intrigues. For series so vast and diverse, it should have been better, bigger, more bombastic and... well, vast and diverse, really. Give us some depth, develop these heroes properly, by making them experience s more

Legion of Super-Heroes #7

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Stephen Byrne
Released: Jul 29, 2020

Jonathan Kent, intergalactic fugitive! The United Planets is less than thrilled with the decision to bring Superboy a thousand years into the future to protect the past. Planet Gotham is under siege. Ultra Boy’s homeworld is on the verge of all-out war. And as if that weren’t enough, new Legionnaire drama unfolds as Saturn Girl and Cosmic Boy t...

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Nihilist reviewed Dark Nights: Death Metal #2 Jul 14, 2020
8.5

Metal is the most diverse family of musical genres out there. There are acts that take themselves (too) seriously, like Mayhem, and ones that do the exact opposite, like Alestorm. If Dark Knights: Death Metal #2 was a band, it'd be somewhere in between, leaning towards self aware comedy rather than thick skulled (sic!) seriousness. So basically Mastodon.
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Dark Nights: Death Metal #2

By: Scott Snyder, Greg Capullo
Released: Jul 15, 2020

Get ready to scream! Wonder Woman roars across the horrifying Dark Multiverse landscape in the world’s most demented monster truck, with Swamp Thing riding shotgun! The two arrive at the ghoulish cemetery base of Batman and his army of zombies, but can the former friends stand each other long enough to form a plan and take back the planet? Plus, ...

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TP reviewed Harley Quinn #74 Jul 7, 2020
1.0

This is what happens when a bad editor (Brian Cunningham aka the dude who kicked Gail Simone off Batgirl in hi first day at the office) teams up with a yes man writer. A badly written, horribly edited mess of a book with no redeeming qualities. We could talk about the elephant in the room that is the erasure of Harley and Ivy as a couple but the writer will blame it to the editor and the editor to more

Harley Quinn #74

By: Sam Humphries, Sami Basri
Released: Jul 8, 2020

Harley Quinn’s sojourn in L.A. has been full of tragedy and heartbreak, from the death of her friend to uncovering a deep web of moral compromise that’d make even the most sadistic Batman villain’s stomach churn. In the epic finale to our story, Harley will come face to face with the person pulling the strings and learn who’s out to see her...

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Liem Duong - Jul 7, 2020

Eh, never liked Palomotti's and Conner's version of HQ in the first place/ And tbh i don't see much of a distinction with Humphire's version either.

Nihilist - Jul 8, 2020

Same here, Liem. I really hate how Harley was turned into a one dimensional Mary Sue after Dini stepped down, and I certainly don't see much of a difference between Palmiotti/Conner take on the character and this one (or Tieri's for that matter). Same trash. Albeit I gotta say calling Humphries a "yes man" is pretty much spot on.

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Liem Duong reviewed Batman #94 Jul 7, 2020
6.0

Well, that concludes Dark Designs. Overall, this story arc was quite refreshing after King's run with City of Bane, and is by no means a slouch of a run. On the contrary, it is probably some of my favorite Batman story-telling coming from DC as of late. But this final issue is kind of rough, but also enlightening at the same time? So most people would say this is a melo-dramatic filler, which I ca more

Batman #94

By: James Tynion IV, Rafael Albuquerque
Released: Jul 8, 2020

The Designer’s machinations have left Batman’s life in tatters! Gotham City’s ambitious rebuilding has skittered to a halt as  new powers are rising to shape its destiny-and Batman is powerless to stop them! With no Alfred or Bat-Family to lean on, the Dark Knight stands alone against the ascendance of his greatest adversary! 

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Gorr reviewed Batman #94 Jul 7, 2020
7.0

This issue featured the conclusion to Tynion's "The Dark Designs" and while it was not a terrible issue, it was the weakest chapter of this storyline. The main purpose of this issue is to set up the joker war, which it does so effectively. However, there are sluggish moments which slow down the momentum that was being built in previous issues.

For starters, the conversation between Catw more

Batman #94

By: James Tynion IV, Rafael Albuquerque
Released: Jul 8, 2020

The Designer’s machinations have left Batman’s life in tatters! Gotham City’s ambitious rebuilding has skittered to a halt as  new powers are rising to shape its destiny-and Batman is powerless to stop them! With no Alfred or Bat-Family to lean on, the Dark Knight stands alone against the ascendance of his greatest adversary! 

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SONOFBATMANN reviewed Batman #94 Jul 7, 2020
7.0

Penguin said it best in this issue, "It's going to be a long, bloody summer."

Pretty much your by the book calm before the storm issue. Stage is set, pieces are in play, now just to sit back and watch the show!

Batman #94

By: James Tynion IV, Rafael Albuquerque
Released: Jul 8, 2020

The Designer’s machinations have left Batman’s life in tatters! Gotham City’s ambitious rebuilding has skittered to a halt as  new powers are rising to shape its destiny-and Batman is powerless to stop them! With no Alfred or Bat-Family to lean on, the Dark Knight stands alone against the ascendance of his greatest adversary! 

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Quinn reviewed Batman #94 Jul 7, 2020
4.0

Let's sum up the action - nothing happens. Selina was taken to a hospital and survived her gunshot wound and was later kidnapped by the Penguin, who has created a hide-out with all the free Gotham villains.

We flasback to when Bruce met the original detective who swore to teach Bruce how to lose.

We find out that Bruce is broke and wanted for embezzlement and is all alone - a more

Batman #94

By: James Tynion IV, Rafael Albuquerque
Released: Jul 8, 2020

The Designer’s machinations have left Batman’s life in tatters! Gotham City’s ambitious rebuilding has skittered to a halt as  new powers are rising to shape its destiny-and Batman is powerless to stop them! With no Alfred or Bat-Family to lean on, the Dark Knight stands alone against the ascendance of his greatest adversary! 

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Nihilist reviewed Batman #94 Jul 8, 2020
7.0

The purpose of this issue is to set up what's to come, and that's the very axis of the plot. There's not much of substance happening here, just loose ends getting resolved, characters put where they need to be when The Joker War starts, and the message of dark designs nicely making a full circle to close this arc and its themes. It's a competent transition, similar in a way to Scott Snyder's Batma more

Batman #94

By: James Tynion IV, Rafael Albuquerque
Released: Jul 8, 2020

The Designer’s machinations have left Batman’s life in tatters! Gotham City’s ambitious rebuilding has skittered to a halt as  new powers are rising to shape its destiny-and Batman is powerless to stop them! With no Alfred or Bat-Family to lean on, the Dark Knight stands alone against the ascendance of his greatest adversary! 

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Nihilist reviewed Young Justice #16 Jul 7, 2020
5.0

There is some plot in this book, which is more than I can say about majority of the series so far. Is it any good, however? It's... a mixed bag, to be honest. I can see some potential here, but also typical for Bendis poor execution, leading to complex themes popping out from nowhere, not being foreshadowed properly, then getting sidelined for a moment dedicated to some irrelevant filler stuff, ju more

Young Justice #16

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Scott Godlewski
Released: Jul 8, 2020

Impulse unleashed! Bartholomew Henry Allen II has traveled to the edges of space and time-and along the way, he’s discovered truths that he’s kept from even his closest friends. Until now. The truth behind the legacy of Young Justice is revealed! What does tomorrow hold for Young Justice?

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5.0

Harley doesn't lack talented artists to illustrate her comics. Whether we're talking Bruce Timm, Inaki Miranda, Sean Murphy, Stjepan Sejic, Amanda Conner, Sami Basri or Steve Pugh, each has their own unique style that's instantly recognizable and one of a kind. Mirka Andolfo is another artist worth praising, bringing manga sensibilities to western comics. That is the comic's strength.

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Harley Quinn: Black + White + Red #2

By: Mirka Andolfo
Released: Jul 1, 2020

“Fashion Victim”
Harley is determined to steal back the spotlight by sabotaging Catwoman in style! When the two are challenged to model a new line of cutting-edge criminal couture, Harley accepts it as a contest of pride-but she’ll have to swallow a tough pill when she learns her arrogance is all part of Selina’s grand plan to pull ...

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Nihilist reviewed Supergirl #42 Jul 1, 2020
6.0

I see what Jody tried to accomplish in this issue, bringing back Kara's old fears and foes, but it feels more chaotic and disorganized that it probably should have been for its own good. It's a decent story, albeit not one I'd call well executed, which was a long running problem with Supergirl's series to begin with. Writer after writer, they didn't know what to do with her, how to deveop her furt more

Supergirl #42

By: Jody Houser, Rachael Stott
Released: Jun 24, 2020

Deemed a threat by the U.S. military, Supergirl is now a wanted villain! General Corvid has come for our hero-and she won’t give up until Kara’s gone for good. Meanwhile, the superstorm rages stronger than ever, while hundreds remain helpless against it. Can Supergirl prove that she’s the hero the people once believed her to be? Or will she l...

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Nihilist - Jul 1, 2020

Yeah, that sounds like something DC's editorial would do. Explains a lot.

DC Stuff - Jul 2, 2020

100%

5.0

Never been a fan of Sejic's exploration of the titular character, I found her to lack... personality, depth and internal conflict despite the series doing its best to tell me otherwise, convince me it's more than it may be. And maybe that's the problem. Maybe I don't like it telling me something, while it could have shown it instead? And that's precisely the complaint I have regarding this comic. more

Harley Quinn: Black + White + Red #1

By: Stjepan Sejic
Released: Jun 24, 2020

“Harleen: Red”
Resolutely defiant in the face of all of Arkham’s attempts to psychoanalyze her, Harley Quinn is suddenly compelled to reveal some of her most vulnerable thoughts - and hints of her future -- when confronted with the simplest of prompts: “What does the color red mean to you?” Another stunningly beautiful story from t...

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allenquanobi reviewed Suicide Squad #6 Jun 23, 2020
8.5

This currently is the best DC ongoing in my opinion, and will be the only one I read every month until the inevitable reboot coming after Death Metal. Tom Taylor needs to get on other books at DC, every ongoing right now is suffering in my opinion, while all the mini/maxi series and events are what is keeping DC afloat.

Suicide Squad #6

By: Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo
Released: Jun 24, 2020

The hunters have become the hunted! Task Force X is the world's most wanted-on the run from heroes and villains alike and no closer to taking down the puppet master who's been pulling their strings. But even if they go to ground, there's no hiding from the World's Greatest Detective, and it'll take every deadly trick in their playbook for the Squad...

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Nihilist reviewed Suicide Squad #6 Jun 24, 2020
9.5

I don't have a habit giving comics 10/10 scores, simply because I reserve it for something so perfect I can't even comprehend the though of it. But this issue... this issue was as perfect to me as you can get in Suicide Squad comics, no joke. It was significantly more lighthearted than past issues, giving Chaos Kitten, Wink, Harley and Deadshot more than expected opportunities to really shine come more

Suicide Squad #6

By: Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo
Released: Jun 24, 2020

The hunters have become the hunted! Task Force X is the world's most wanted-on the run from heroes and villains alike and no closer to taking down the puppet master who's been pulling their strings. But even if they go to ground, there's no hiding from the World's Greatest Detective, and it'll take every deadly trick in their playbook for the Squad...

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