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Nihilist reviewed Suicide Squad #1 Mar 2, 2021
6.0

After Tom Taylor's fantastic series last year, this one feels like a return to the tired old thematic status quo, and I think it is a huge step backwards.
It's not a bad comic - in fact it looks and feels like a high quality product, but if you've been following the pre Future State Suicide Squad affairs, yeah, you're most likely going to be let down by this. If you haven't... well, I'd say t more

Suicide Squad #1

By: Robbie Thompson, Eduardo Pansica
Released: Mar 3, 2021

Things have changed for Task Force X. As Peacemaker takes over as field leader, there will be no more avenging or defending for the government’s top-secret task force of killers, thieves, and criminals. Amanda Waller-now back in control of the Squad-sends a new Squad into Arkham Asylum to “recruit” the deadly Court of Owls assassin Talon whil...

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6.0

When you think about it, the concept of Superman's descendants going through superpowered family struggles is pretty dope. There are good apples, there are bad apples, family drama in mainstream media generally has tons of potential. The Borgias, Sopranos, Corleones and Lannisters among many others have proven that time and time again. So it's somewhat surprising comics didn't necesarily pick up t more

Future State: Superman: House of El #1

By: Phillip K. Johnson, Scott Godlewski
Released: Feb 24, 2021

Centuries into the future, the bloodline of Kal-El, the hero we know as Clark Kent, continues. Meet a new generation of Kryptonian heroes as they stand against one of the greatest threats they’ve ever faced: a diabolical foe called the Red King. Get ready for the unexpected debuts of the twins known as Rowan and Ronan Kent, descendants of Jonatha...

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Nihilist - Feb 24, 2021

Wait... that's it, then?! I haven't been paying attention to the upcoming solicitations, but I'd never guess this is not going to feature even one additional issue. That's just... mental. If that's how things are, and this concept doesn't get picked up soon, I guess there's hardly any bigger reason to buy it. Sigh, DC...

3.5

You know what annoys me? The fact that Tamaki wasted the entirety of issue #1 of this series, leaving us with only 3 to tell a story that clearly needed more time to unravel and offer us a satisfying conclusion. Funnily enough every Dark Detective comic dragged at times and featured overwhelming amount of stagnant filler. Even this one, which makes its ending even worse than it actually is, becaus more

Future State: Dark Detective #4

By: Mariko Tamaki, Giannis Milonogiannis
Released: Feb 24, 2021

Bruce Wayne may be a dead man in the eyes of the villainous Magistrate, but this dark detective isn’t through yet! In this pulse-pounding finale, Bruce makes his final move and comes face to face with the man at the top of Gotham’s oppressive regime, Peacekeeper One! With bombs planted and the trap waiting to be sprung, this final battle will d...

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Nihilist - Feb 24, 2021

Not mentioning DC seems not to have a clue what to do with her, no matter where she shows up. The only thing they do with her is give or take away one of her eyes, sigh. Even Priest kinda lost the plot in his Deathstroke run, turning her into a schizophrenic ancient witch or some shit.

Onomatopoeia - Feb 24, 2021

I honestly enjoyed her years ago in Terror Titans. A leadership role within a group of c list villians somehow gave her a chance to shine.

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2.0

Please. No more Legion by Bendis. Let this be the end.

Future State: Legion of Super-Heroes #2

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Riley Rossmo
Released: Feb 24, 2021

The unthinkable has happened: one of the Legionnaires has betrayed the entire galaxy! The United Planets is in ruins, the team has been scattered across the cosmos, and madness reigns on multiple worlds! Now the surviving Legionnaires are just discovering the real truth behind what has happened to their dream of a new age of heroes. Don’t miss th...

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Nihilist - Feb 24, 2021

Sideways could be a decent choice, since either way he's a Spidey rip-off.

Psycamorean - Feb 24, 2021

Sideways is already too tied up in Dark Multiverse stuff

5.0

What could have been a decent start for the series turned out to look and feel like a typical cliche infiltration segment in a blockbuster movie, featuring several super popular tropes like hiding in a side corridor while guards run through the main one looking only ahead. Digital first comics more often than not have rather cheap feeling to them, and Second Son is not an exception from the rule, more

The Next Batman: Second Son #1

By: John Ridley, Tony Akins
Released: Feb 24, 2021

Meet Tim “Jace” Fox, estranged son of billionaire Lucius Fox and man of mystery…what has the eldest son of one Gotham’s premiere families been up to for these ‘missing’ years and how does he find himself getting shot at in the jungles of Vietnam? Learn these answers and many more as the story of the SECOND SON begins!

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7.5

White Knight Harley may have lost some of her initial momentum, but the book still is an entertaining and immersive read worth picking up. The main plot thickens every issue, and focuses only more on the theme of maternity, serving us more than few parallels between the main characters involved in the story. There is this triangle of mothers, each impacting their children in a different way. On to more

Batman: White Knight Presents: Harley Quinn #5

By: Katana Collins, Matteo Scalera
Released: Feb 24, 2021

The Producer’s scheme is in motion, and the GTO is on high alert as Gotham’s hope of a peaceful new horizon begins to collapse. Rattled and recovering from a close encounter with Starlet, Harley examines whether her complicated past with villainy is a burden or a boon to her new identity. She weighs two final options: break all ties and retire ...

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8.5

With this Future State -nonsense DC has been releasing these past months, this book is currently the only one I'm really invested in. While I really liked this one, I'm a bit annoyed hopw miss-leading the cover is. As a huge Red Hood fan, it's a bit disappointing to see Jason here when they aren't really doing anything with him. That seems to change in the next issue.

And the biggest an more

Batman: White Knight Presents: Harley Quinn #5

By: Katana Collins, Matteo Scalera
Released: Feb 24, 2021

The Producer’s scheme is in motion, and the GTO is on high alert as Gotham’s hope of a peaceful new horizon begins to collapse. Rattled and recovering from a close encounter with Starlet, Harley examines whether her complicated past with villainy is a burden or a boon to her new identity. She weighs two final options: break all ties and retire ...

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2.0

I keep asking myself was there any point in shoehorning Legion into Future State to begin with. After all, the series tells stories with pretty much countless protagonists - some returning, others being merely one-offs. It is kinda baffling to me that such a giant ensemble comic ended up with 2 issue long micro story. And one that I think fails on every possible level, at that. The script is borin more

Future State: Legion of Super-Heroes #2

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Riley Rossmo
Released: Feb 24, 2021

The unthinkable has happened: one of the Legionnaires has betrayed the entire galaxy! The United Planets is in ruins, the team has been scattered across the cosmos, and madness reigns on multiple worlds! Now the surviving Legionnaires are just discovering the real truth behind what has happened to their dream of a new age of heroes. Don’t miss th...

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Nihilist - Feb 23, 2021

Thanks for the recommendations, I'll definitely try these out the next time I order a batch of TPs for y collection :) Yeah, it's tragic Spurrier's Hellblazer was cancelled. The mermaid issue still haunts me (in a good way). It was so good.

Psycamorean - Feb 24, 2021

Yeah, I just went and bought the entirety of the available TPs for the original Hellblazer run the other week. It was a bit expensive, but that original Vertigo run is some of my favorite comics ever so it was worth it to me. And 100% agreed about that mermaid issue, we need more comics like that. Much better than shit like Future State: LoSH.

5.5

Politics are a very tough subject to write about. Not only because they're so complex, dirty and interconnected, but also because most people are completey ignorant about them and prefer easy answers to questions that can't be answered easily. Think of any big political crisis, and ask yourself is there a simple explanation to it. What caused Brexit? And the 2008 Great Recession? Or 9/11? Or both more

Future State: Superman vs. Imperious Lex #2

By: Mark Russell, Steve Pugh
Released: Feb 24, 2021

It’s really happening: Lexor has joined the United Planets! While surveying, Lois Lane and Superman discover that the planet is rich in minerals, causing Lex Luthor to try and exit the federation to make a pretty penny! Realizing he can’t leave without agreement from Earth, he imprisons Lois Lane, then whips up the propaganda machine against Su...

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RedKSuperman - Feb 23, 2021

I think you give Russell too much credit as a writer. The book is just him writing the same tired/lame story he's told over and over previously. It's time to change the channel but he won't because it's what makes him feel that he's doing something important when in reality he's writing a comic book that should entertain rather than preach at people.

Nihilist - Feb 23, 2021

I don't feel it preaches AT people. It tries to make some simple points we already know and hold dear because they're universally good, like "have each others' backs". Problem here is how Russell simplifies very complex themes that would be better off explored in a super deep, mature way, like Moore used to do. He touches their surface, but that's about it.

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1.5

I don't get how people get to claim that "Superman is in good hands" when this is the third story from PKJ when SUPERMAN IS BARELY IN IT. How can he be in good hands when he's not in the story? It looks like PKJ got a note from Bendis and he's applying the same system: doesn't care about Superman at all, he just tries to build other characters that maybe will pay off one day and he'll get the mone more

Future State: Superman: House of El #1

By: Phillip K. Johnson, Scott Godlewski
Released: Feb 24, 2021

Centuries into the future, the bloodline of Kal-El, the hero we know as Clark Kent, continues. Meet a new generation of Kryptonian heroes as they stand against one of the greatest threats they’ve ever faced: a diabolical foe called the Red King. Get ready for the unexpected debuts of the twins known as Rowan and Ronan Kent, descendants of Jonatha...

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Sup3rsa1yan1990 - Feb 23, 2021

I’ll give action/Superman a few issues and then drop it, same goes for the whole infinite frontier line

Nihilist - Feb 23, 2021

Hard to compare a stand-alone elseworld future title with regular main continuity series. We'll see what happens. Odds of Johnson being worse than Bendis are pretty low. The worst thing that could happen is him directly continuing Bendis' plot and accept his retcons as well as changes people generally hate (like rapid aged Superboy), resulting in immediate cold shoulder from fans even though he himself would not be directly guilty of anything bad. Give the guy a chance and see what happens.

6.5

And so Future State officially ends. Well, there's still going to be few related releases next month, but the hectic two month long event finally reaches the finish line, and I couldn't be happier because after 8 weeks of reading (and reviewing) every single comic from it, I feel drained and exhausted. It's been a very rough and uneven ride, with some good comics, some terrible ones as well, with more

Future State: Batman/Superman #2

By: Gene Luen Yang, Ben Oliver
Released: Feb 24, 2021

Superman has fallen deep into the Magistrate’s Kryptonite caverns, and now he’s at the mercy of a gruesomely transformed Professor Pyg! So what do animalistic body modification and caves of Kryptonite have to do with the Magistrate’s growing fascist state in Gotham City? That’s what Batman needs to find out as the race against time to save ...

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5.0

Creating a good mystery is one thing. Leading the narrative slowly unraveling it is something entirely different. Suicide Squad's bigger purpose revealed at the very end is a pretty solid twist, problem is path leading to it. It's a bumpy one, constantly switching POVs and trying to surprise us with typical "ha! I knew what you'd do so I did this!" twists. Such precise chess-like game can work if more

Future State: Suicide Squad #2

By: Jeremy Adams, Javier Fernandez
Released: Feb 24, 2021

Peacemaker attacks! Assigned to bring Amanda Waller back to Earth-1 at all costs, the Suicide Squad battles Waller’s private Justice League on Earth-3. As lives are lost and blood is spilled, the fate of the Multiverse will be decided by Superman!
Also in this issue, the 853rd Century is burning, and only Black Adam can save reality from ...

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Nihilist reviewed Future State: Aquaman #2 Feb 23, 2021
8.5

Aquaman ends on a high note. Maybe not as high as #1, due to one legged plot twist we've never seen coming which made everyone talk about the comic, but it still is a very, very entertaining issue I would recommend to anybody AND would like to see being continued, actually. Out of all new faces introduced or established in Future State, Andy is definitely one of the S tier ones I'd love to see aga more

Future State: Aquaman #2

By: Brandon Thomas, Daniel Sampere
Released: Feb 24, 2021

Andy Curry, daughter of Arthur and Mera, has had a pretty terrible month. Jackson Hyde, a.k.a. Aquaman, won’t stop calling her Aqualass when she’s told him a thousand times it’s Aquawoman. She’s manifested a new power that scares the absolute hell out of her. Oh, and she and Jackson just got ripped apart in the midst of a cosmic space ocean...

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Antenovial reviewed Future State: Aquaman #2 Feb 23, 2021
9.0

This is one of the stand-out Future State titles for me. Andy and Jackson will be sorely missed. I wish I could read some more about their adventures in this future setting.

Their dynamic reminds me quite a lot of Dick Grayson's and Damian Wayne's in Morrison's Batman and Robin run, but their familiarity with each other gives the sibling relationship between them enough of a twist to n more

Future State: Aquaman #2

By: Brandon Thomas, Daniel Sampere
Released: Feb 24, 2021

Andy Curry, daughter of Arthur and Mera, has had a pretty terrible month. Jackson Hyde, a.k.a. Aquaman, won’t stop calling her Aqualass when she’s told him a thousand times it’s Aquawoman. She’s manifested a new power that scares the absolute hell out of her. Oh, and she and Jackson just got ripped apart in the midst of a cosmic space ocean...

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3.5

Dark Detective "Finale" (eye roll) Issue #2 (I mean #4) ends with a bang, but no real conclusion (of course), after stretching out 2 issues worth of story into 4 issues at $6 each. Was it worth $24? DC and writer Mariko Tamaki thinks so. And we have gotten interesting art from Dan Mora and great coloring from Jordie Bellaire. The lettering is intended to be "futuristic," and Aditya Bidikar contin more

Future State: Dark Detective #4

By: Mariko Tamaki, Giannis Milonogiannis
Released: Feb 24, 2021

Bruce Wayne may be a dead man in the eyes of the villainous Magistrate, but this dark detective isn’t through yet! In this pulse-pounding finale, Bruce makes his final move and comes face to face with the man at the top of Gotham’s oppressive regime, Peacekeeper One! With bombs planted and the trap waiting to be sprung, this final battle will d...

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Onomatopoeia - Feb 24, 2021

"When the key is the art and coloring, you are losing your reader." Fantastic statement.

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Afre reviewed Future State: Dark Detective #4 Feb 23, 2021
4.0

I really liked the art of this series. At least the first part. But that's about it. Stuff does happen, Bruce's inner monologue is shown to us, but I really just don't know if anything happens. If this is the end, it's a very bad ending. A big bad boom is not a good way to end the mini-series, if we don't have enough time with these characters. I really didn't care about anything and I was confuse more

Future State: Dark Detective #4

By: Mariko Tamaki, Giannis Milonogiannis
Released: Feb 24, 2021

Bruce Wayne may be a dead man in the eyes of the villainous Magistrate, but this dark detective isn’t through yet! In this pulse-pounding finale, Bruce makes his final move and comes face to face with the man at the top of Gotham’s oppressive regime, Peacekeeper One! With bombs planted and the trap waiting to be sprung, this final battle will d...

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6.0

This whole event starts without a solid story, with a chronological disorder, a lot of bad new characters with the exception of Yara and terrible unfinished endings. Which brings us to the story of Bruce THE REAL BATMAN.
The idea was really good, a Bruce without fortune, struggling to survive, a Batman in the dark doing the impossible to end a fascist government and Dark Detective started ve more

Future State: Dark Detective #4

By: Mariko Tamaki, Giannis Milonogiannis
Released: Feb 24, 2021

Bruce Wayne may be a dead man in the eyes of the villainous Magistrate, but this dark detective isn’t through yet! In this pulse-pounding finale, Bruce makes his final move and comes face to face with the man at the top of Gotham’s oppressive regime, Peacekeeper One! With bombs planted and the trap waiting to be sprung, this final battle will d...

6.0

Superheroes took the place of mythological gods. They're the ones we tell stories about, not Thor, not Zeus, not Chernobog, not Ra. They're the ones that teach us the timeless lessons of doing what's right, of never giving up and always trying to improve and overcome what life throws at us, beating demons both external and internal. Yeah, these are simple lessons we all are familiar with, but thei more

Future State: Superman: Worlds of War #2

By: Jeremy Adams, Valentine De Landro
Released: Feb 17, 2021

Meet the rising champion of the gladiatorial pits of Warworld: Superman! The Man of Steel is still down in the pits duking it out with Mongul’s hordes and working his way up to the big boss himself. But since it’s Superman, there has to be more to this than a simple determination to win the title belt, right? Yes, because he’s also got Midnig...

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RedKSuperman - Feb 17, 2021

The majority of the book is filler. I wouldn't classify it as a Superman comic at all.

Nihilist - Feb 17, 2021

I wouldn't go as far as calling it straight up filler, but I feel you. Indeed the Earth cult plot lacks any real plot, and is used to offer us a personal anchor point to unravel the article paralleling Superman's fight.

Nihilist reviewed Batman/Catwoman #3 Feb 16, 2021
2.0

I try to be as open minded as possible, and even, or especially when I encounter something I don't like, I try to give it a fair chance, and understand why I don't like it if I still don't like it after giving it said chance. It was the case with post I Am Bane Batman series by Tom King, which I grew to dislike only more and more with every passing issue. Enter Batman/Catwoman, which made, to say more

Batman/Catwoman #3

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Feb 17, 2021

It’s been The Joker all along, you see.
Selina Kyle knows this. Early in her career as Catwoman, he was there to mess things up for her. Same with later, when she and Batman were finally getting together...for the third time, but still. That time stuck. No thanks to The Joker. Or to Phantasm, who now has her sights set on Catwoman because...

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Nihilist - Feb 17, 2021

No offense taken.

Batman Jones - Feb 17, 2021

That’s big of you, sincerely. Thanks for your understanding.

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Antenovial reviewed Future State: Catwoman #2 Feb 16, 2021
9.0

A satisfying ending offering phenomenal art once more. Onomatopoeia added some nice comic-relief all throughout this pretty grim-looking Issue, while never feeling out of place. This Issue ties up some loose ends and establishes where Dark Detective takes place in the framework of FS. It seems as if the Future State timeline DC published isn't quite accurate, which most readers already guessed.

Future State: Catwoman #2

By: Ram V, Otto Schmidt
Released: Feb 17, 2021

Catwoman has clawed her way through half of the Magistrate’s bullet train, but her fight has only just begun! Now, with Onomatopoeia in tow, Selina makes her way toward the car carrying a ghost of her past, and Gotham’s as well. It’s Bruce Wayne…but is it really him? And with Talia al Ghul on board as well, will this be a long-awaited reuni...

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5.5

I expected to see Death of the Endless make an appearance in this, I'm glad to have been wrong. It wasn't a bad ending by any means, but two issues were not enough to drive home the emotional impact I think this was aiming for.

Future State: Immortal Wonder Woman #2

By: Becky Cloonan, Jen Bartel
Released: Feb 17, 2021

The Undoing is here. Superman couldn’t stop it. Darkseid couldn’t stop it. Only Diana Prince is left to hold back the being that could spell the complete disintegration of the cosmos. But will even she be powerful enough for the task?
Meanwhile, in another future, Nubia’s attempts to stop the theft of ancient artifacts have led her to...

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6.0

Diana's story at the end of time looked phenomenal on paper. At least to me. I like stories that explore immortality and the "at the end of time" is such an ominous setting. What I want to say with that is, I wanted to like this story, hell, expected to like it, but Immortal Wonder Woman fails to explore the themes of immortality and the ceasing of existence in a meaningful way.

While t more

Future State: Immortal Wonder Woman #2

By: Becky Cloonan, Jen Bartel
Released: Feb 17, 2021

The Undoing is here. Superman couldn’t stop it. Darkseid couldn’t stop it. Only Diana Prince is left to hold back the being that could spell the complete disintegration of the cosmos. But will even she be powerful enough for the task?
Meanwhile, in another future, Nubia’s attempts to stop the theft of ancient artifacts have led her to...

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5.0

It was good, but I didn't like it. Much better quality than that of more than a year ago of course. But who really saves the day are his companions, he focused a lot on the relationship with the new Batman feeling something false here.
Another thing I hate is that there is no connection between this nightwing and the nightstroke that comes out in titans I hate that they put characters to the more

Future State: Nightwing #2

By: Andrew Constant, Nicola Scott
Released: Feb 17, 2021

It’s an all-new dynamic for the Dynamic Duo when Nightwing and Gotham’s mysterious new Batman join forces against the Magistrate. But when the totalitarian force controlling the city declares the two heroes their primary targets, Nightwing will need to call on the full force of his hidden resistance, including two Batgirls, Huntress, and Two-Fa...

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Batman Jones - Feb 21, 2021

The timeline has been utterly and unnecessarily complicated but I’m pretty sure ‘Nightstroke’ is from a different future era. This whole event would have been so much better if it all took place at the same time or at least made sense across the entire event.

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9.5

I'm speechless. This is the Dick Grayson I love to see.

After I read #1 I wasn't sure whether I would like this mini-arc if it weren't for the mess that came before (aka Ric Grayson, may I never speak of that again). But this Issue cements that Future State is is one of the best one-and-done arcs Dick has gotten in the last years.

Dick isn't only highly competent, he also fee more

Future State: Nightwing #2

By: Andrew Constant, Nicola Scott
Released: Feb 17, 2021

It’s an all-new dynamic for the Dynamic Duo when Nightwing and Gotham’s mysterious new Batman join forces against the Magistrate. But when the totalitarian force controlling the city declares the two heroes their primary targets, Nightwing will need to call on the full force of his hidden resistance, including two Batgirls, Huntress, and Two-Fa...

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4.5

OMG TOTALLY FORCED THIS UNION. Of course they are using the acceptance that Nightwing has so that this Batman who now we do not know if his name is Tim or Jace Fox likes his character like a new Batman, it is like wanting to force a piece that you made and drew yourself to enter the puzzle. That's how it felt, what is more, this messy event was throwing up unfinished stories to insist that only th more

Future State: Nightwing #2

By: Andrew Constant, Nicola Scott
Released: Feb 17, 2021

It’s an all-new dynamic for the Dynamic Duo when Nightwing and Gotham’s mysterious new Batman join forces against the Magistrate. But when the totalitarian force controlling the city declares the two heroes their primary targets, Nightwing will need to call on the full force of his hidden resistance, including two Batgirls, Huntress, and Two-Fa...

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Mingthemerciless - Feb 17, 2021

We ve been teased a future Damien Wayne as more brutal batman and fans have reacted positively to that. And every bat fans would love to see Tim Drake in the Cape and cowl. His detective skills rival Bruce's and can be somber and moody like Bruce. DC shouldn't short change the fans that have stuck with the title simply to address social agendas. Its insulting.

fenixalasnegras - Feb 18, 2021

I don't exactly understand why not do what they did with John and Clark, why not do it with Damian and Bruce, putting a little-known character, without training without the correct passage of the mantle is a serious mistake and I have actually read more unfavorable comments about this new Batman in the networks. I think the only one that has really liked is Yara and we go back to the construction of the character, really as you say she is bad and lazy.

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Onomatopoeia reviewed Future State: Shazam! #2 Feb 16, 2021
6.0

I actually had to go back and skim over the first issue b.c I had no idea what was going on. That says more about issue 1 than anything, but all in all, I didn't mind this story. I liked the idea of separating Billy from Shazam (or the Captain?) and showing what it is that Billy adds to the equation. It was an interesting concept, albeit poorly executed.

Future State: Shazam! #2

By: Tim Sheridan, Eduardo Pansica
Released: Feb 17, 2021

Shazam’s soul is laid bare as he’s confronted by one of the most powerful beings in the DC Universe! Revealing shocking secrets and the final fate of Billy Batson, the boy who was Earth’s Mightiest Mortal, this issue introduces a deadly new threat born from the ashes of the Teen Titans Academy: Raven!

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5.5

This was probably the best "Next Batman" story so far. Not that Tim is a compelling character or anything but the interactions between characters were pretty good and the art was very dynamic. Unfortunately, the backup stories were pure shit, especially Vita Ayala's. She's just not a good writer, I don't think I've read anything from her that I liked. I'd say I don't know why she keeps getting the more

Future State: The Next Batman #4

By: Vita Ayala, Aneke
Released: Feb 17, 2021

The next Batman goes head-to-head with the Magistrate’s shock troops to protect the...guilty?! It’s a savage running battle across Gotham City, and it will have the next Dark Knight fighting overwhelming odds to prove that justice still lives in the heart of a broken city.
In the finale of “Batgirls,” after discovering the person lo...

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9.5

Smart narrative about morality and revenge that cohesively weaves itself through multiple timelines without missing a beat. If you want a story that holds your hand and treats you like an idiot, I'm sure there are other books out there.

Batman/Catwoman #3

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Feb 17, 2021

It’s been The Joker all along, you see.
Selina Kyle knows this. Early in her career as Catwoman, he was there to mess things up for her. Same with later, when she and Batman were finally getting together...for the third time, but still. That time stuck. No thanks to The Joker. Or to Phantasm, who now has her sights set on Catwoman because...

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Nihilist - Feb 16, 2021

If you want to make an argument, focus on the book itself instead of insulting other people, eh? It's fine to like it, it's fine to dislike it. The least you can do is write down your personal experiences with it and explain why you gave it this particular score.

EthanVanSciverHiresPedos - Mar 25, 2021

someone's mad

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Merlyn reviewed Batman/Catwoman #3 Feb 16, 2021
3.0

I give it a 3 solely for Mann's art which is as great as ever, but the story was pure horseshit. Yes, the usual King fanboys will rate it with 10, 9.5 or 9 but don't believe that, they would rate it the same way if King would fill the book with "Bat", "Cat" and "Mreeeow", they're just brainwashed and want so badly to feel smart. And I've said this before, the title of the book is pure bait, Batman more

Batman/Catwoman #3

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Feb 17, 2021

It’s been The Joker all along, you see.
Selina Kyle knows this. Early in her career as Catwoman, he was there to mess things up for her. Same with later, when she and Batman were finally getting together...for the third time, but still. That time stuck. No thanks to The Joker. Or to Phantasm, who now has her sights set on Catwoman because...

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Swift Planet - Feb 18, 2021

Okay first of all, I am a Tom King fanboy, I do admit that. I like most of his work, except HiC. Being upset about his run at all is fine with me, especially if you felt betrayed by issue 50. I think a lot of people did. I did come off as a bit hostile. My bad. I'm in the wrong. I have seen large groups of people harassing Tom King and everything he does, I may have mistaken you for that. Also again nothing wrong with disagreeing with me on his Batman.

Swift Planet - Feb 18, 2021

I was only drawn to this comment because of you being mad at us who enjoy it. I think I overreacted in my initial reply.

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Afre reviewed Batman/Catwoman #3 Feb 16, 2021
2.0

It's really hard to enjoy this. I usually enjoy Mann's art very much but I see he was once again horny when making this art. Happens to the best of us and I would let it slide if that was my only problem with this issue.

But it's hard to say anything good about this. I really don't get what the narrative is that King is trying to write. We have, what, 3 stories going on and I honestly c more

Batman/Catwoman #3

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Feb 17, 2021

It’s been The Joker all along, you see.
Selina Kyle knows this. Early in her career as Catwoman, he was there to mess things up for her. Same with later, when she and Batman were finally getting together...for the third time, but still. That time stuck. No thanks to The Joker. Or to Phantasm, who now has her sights set on Catwoman because...

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