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GL Fan 2814 reviewed Infinite Frontier #0 Mar 2, 2021
5.0

I disliked this more than I liked it and I found it to be very average for all the hype piled on it. I hated the ending which positioned the "big bad" to be way too powerful considering how easily he dispatched the characters he killed.
This book really cemented for me how poor of a writer Geoff Thorne is and I am finding myself in a position of not buying the Green Lantern book in a very, more

Infinite Frontier #0

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Stephen Byrne
Released: Mar 3, 2021

The next phase of the DC Universe begins here! Dark Knights: Death Metal presented the darkest threats of the Multiverse. DC Future State revealed what may lie ahead. Now it’s time to look into the Infinite Frontier of the current-day DC Universe.
In Gotham City, The Joker jolts citizens awake with an attack even the Dark Knight never exp...

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Dread Dog - Mar 3, 2021

And new continuity, I mean a new version where everything is in play.

Dread Dog - Mar 3, 2021

If this was only the Alan Scott you read for 80 years, he would be over a 100 years old (like Jonny Thunder in Doomsday Clock). This is the timeline correcting itself as it is opening up and combining continuities into one.

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Maud Benjamin reviewed Infinite Frontier #0 Mar 2, 2021
1.0

Making Alan Scott a gay who cheated two women into marriage is beyond disgusting.🤢 This is a superscum, not a superhero. All I can see is the misogyny of the writer.

Infinite Frontier #0

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Stephen Byrne
Released: Mar 3, 2021

The next phase of the DC Universe begins here! Dark Knights: Death Metal presented the darkest threats of the Multiverse. DC Future State revealed what may lie ahead. Now it’s time to look into the Infinite Frontier of the current-day DC Universe.
In Gotham City, The Joker jolts citizens awake with an attack even the Dark Knight never exp...

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Psycamorean - Mar 2, 2021

Nothing in the comic suggests he even cheated on his wives! And you know, people don't consciously decide, "I'm going to let society crush me today!" He never deceived anyone except himself! He loved those women, but denied himself. Which is a very common thing among gay people, and as I said, no one decides to do that, it just happens because people are complex social animals that are influenced by a multitude of things, both internally and externally! There's no morality debate here!

Ginnkgo - Mar 2, 2021

Repeating "a gay" over and over again really diminishes any real point you were trying to make.

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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...

Dread Dog - Feb 27, 2021

I am guessing we get some sort of continuation... we have to right??!!

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fenixalasnegras reviewed King In Black #4 Feb 17, 2021
10

He has not lost his rhythm this series, although it is diluted a bit by the entry of new players. Our heroes will not leave without fighting the entrance of the phoenix for a moment is encouraging even if Jane is lost, but the ending leaves you wanting to read the next issue.

King In Black #4

By: Donny Cates, Ryan Stegman
Released: Feb 17, 2021

WHAT'S A GOD TO A KING?

Rated T+

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Dread Dog - Feb 17, 2021

Not the Phoenix

fenixalasnegras - Feb 17, 2021

excuse me? I don't know if you mean that maybe you interpret that it is the phoenix, it is not another symbiote that is contrary to the King, because as I did not want to give spoilers, it may be misinterpreted.

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Talon1load reviewed Batman #83 Nov 20, 2019
2.0

Wow. Just wow. This is the more humanized Batman? Last issue this guy got shot in the gut and this issue he's completely fine. In this run he's been shot, had his throat slit, and broken his back multiple times to just pretty much walk each off as if nothing happened. This isn't a humanized Batman, this is a terminator Batman who is emotionally stunted. Don't worry though because Tim magical more

Batman #83

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Nov 20, 2019

It's chapter nine of "City of Bane," and it's time for a reckoning in Gotham City! Thomas Wayne has joined forces with Bane, and that alliance threatens to throw a monkey wrench into Batman's plans. And as Bane's evil army begins to crumble, the Caped Crusader must face the real force behind it all. As the end of this epic tale grows near, Batman a...

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Psycamorean - Nov 21, 2019

He was taken against his will out of Gotham and Bane and Co. made it a fortress in his absence.

myconius - Nov 21, 2019

i just don't buy into Bane and his goons running Batman out of Gotham. it just makes Batman look like a pathetic loser. what makes it even worse is how Bane is after all of this, Bane easily getting taken out like a chump. the whole entire thing makes Bruce look all the more pathetic for letting Alfred get killed.

Dread Dog reviewed Action Comics #1016 Oct 22, 2019
1.0

Is Superman going to star in this book at any point????

Action Comics #1016

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Szymon Kudranski
Released: Oct 23, 2019

Clark Kent, defender of the truth! The Daily Planet is under siege as the streets of Metropolis prepare for a gang war! The invisible mafia is invisible no more-and the streets of Metropolis will burn if the truth does not get out. All this, and another dive into the secrets of DC's newest teen sensation... Naomi!

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SnakeWilson - Oct 23, 2019

why bendis loves to put batman in every single "superman" comic? also, wow, making a classic character look dumb to make a new "original" character look good? never saw that before...

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Afre reviewed Batman #81 Oct 16, 2019
2.0

I've always loved JR Jr and his art. Especially when he was on ASM. But now it just doesn't seem right. It seems like he is not focusing as much in this, as he did in ASM. A New Ways to Die, ASM #600 all had better art than this. Maybe his style just doesn't fit Batman as well as it does on Spidey.

As for the rest of the issue. It was bad. Just no. All this being Bruce's big plan that h more

Batman #81

By: Tom King, John Romita Jr
Released: Oct 16, 2019

It's time for the big showdown. Batman is calling Bane out. But is the Dark Knight Detective ready to take on the foe who broke him worse than any other that came before? And what else stands in Batman's way, to put an obstacle between him and his enemy? Tread lightly, Batman, because not only do the lives of your son and trusted friends hang in th...

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Afre - Oct 16, 2019

"No plan until you realize you have to give DC something so you make up some crap that makes it seem like it was all part of the plan" seems like the routine King went with this.

Dread Dog - Oct 16, 2019

remember, this is how Heroes in Crisis ended as well...the "Puddlers" were a clue at first and ended up being something Wally once heard Barry say and instead of clues and a solid look at the Sanctuary and it's AI we got time travel nonsense and Lagoon Boy no longer dying in a totally different way than we saw. Not to mention there was a Green Lantern dead which never was addressed. The only thing that Tom King plans are ways to fool people using social media!

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Wally West reviewed Flash Forward #2 Oct 16, 2019
10

This is awesome ! I'M A FATHER AGAIN !

Flash Forward #2

By: Scott Lobdell, Brett Booth
Released: Oct 16, 2019

When the border between the Multiverse and the Dark Multiverse starts to buckle, who do you turn to? The answer: Wally West. Once the Fastest Man Alive, he's now a man with nothing left to live for. Will Tempus Fuginaut's chosen champion rise to the occasion and fight back the demons of the darkness, or will Wally's own demons win the day?

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Dread Dog - Oct 16, 2019

So are they going to age Wally? How old do you think the kids are?

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Psycamorean reviewed Batman #81 Oct 16, 2019
1.5

This is the THIRD issue of this type in this run. It was lazy every single time. The way you properly set up a twist like that is that you foreshadow it. You leave connections and clues. You don't just think it up, not bake it into the background of the story, and then at the end go "Aha! I'm so smart!" I don't understand how anyone could read this and think it's good. And, by the way, I called it more

Batman #81

By: Tom King, John Romita Jr
Released: Oct 16, 2019

It's time for the big showdown. Batman is calling Bane out. But is the Dark Knight Detective ready to take on the foe who broke him worse than any other that came before? And what else stands in Batman's way, to put an obstacle between him and his enemy? Tread lightly, Batman, because not only do the lives of your son and trusted friends hang in th...

Dread Dog reviewed Batman #81 Oct 15, 2019
1.0

King does it again! Just like in Heroes in Crisis where he wrote himself into a corner, he tries to get out by overexplaining everything that was supposed to be part of his long Batman run from the beginning, but he seemed to never show at all! Seriously, if you believed his lies after he lied about the wedding, then you are just not all that with it! This run has been full little to no setup a more

Batman #81

By: Tom King, John Romita Jr
Released: Oct 16, 2019

It's time for the big showdown. Batman is calling Bane out. But is the Dark Knight Detective ready to take on the foe who broke him worse than any other that came before? And what else stands in Batman's way, to put an obstacle between him and his enemy? Tread lightly, Batman, because not only do the lives of your son and trusted friends hang in th...

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Superheroes for Hire - Oct 16, 2019

Not only am I never reading another Tom King series, but I never want to read another series edited by Jamie Rich. That's the editor King dumped onto Batman after King got Mark Doyle fired for the proposal art.

Dread Dog - Oct 16, 2019

Yep! Doyle acted like an editor and King cried and got his Yes Man Jamie Rich put in and was allowed to not tell a story for years

1.0

Two issues in and Jim Zubb has made this team and this book so boring! How is this even possible? I'll tell you how - JIM ZUBB's awful writing!!! One of the least interesting writers in comics! This book is done for and I hope Marvel starts looking at the fact that nobody cares about any book he is on.

Black Panther and the Agents of Wakanda #2

By: Jim Zub, Lan Medina
Released: Oct 16, 2019

T'Challa and his agents have uncovered the source of dark energy emanating from a small town in Oklahoma. Is it a super villain...or a savior?
Reality-spanning espionage, defense and black ops, all backed by Vibranium-laced technology and the will to use it. The Agents of Wakanda are our first line of defense in a world under siege from all sid...

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2.5

Nothing really to see here. It goes by way to quickly for me to care much.

Tales From The Dark Multiverse: Batman: Knightfall #1

By: Scott Snyder, Javi Fernandez
Released: Oct 16, 2019

Don't miss this twisted tale from the pages of the game-changing event "Batman: Knightfall"! Thirty years after Bruce Wayne was broken and failed to take back the mantle of the Bat, Jean-Paul Valley, now known as Saint Batman, has turned Gotham into the city of his dreams. In his new order, killing has become commonplace and criminals live in const...

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egon244 reviewed Superman #16 Oct 12, 2019
5.0

"Why are you so tall?!"

It was something between "alright" and "meh".

It lacked the usual charm that the two of these youngins accustomed us too and Damian was being super childish. I've always imagined his reaction being something more like "Damn, now he's taller than me" and just going with it, without the freakout, he saw weirder things.

And was this really the more

Superman #16

By: Brian Michael Bendis, David Lafuente
Released: Oct 9, 2019

The Super Sons are back! But now Jon is five years older, and he's sitting on the biggest decision of his young life. Damian and Jon team up again for a rip-roaring adventure and a huge catch-up! These two best buds have really needed each other, and now they are back!

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egon244 - Oct 16, 2019

I think Damian ate something meat related before. In some Teen Titans special or something like that.

myconius - Oct 16, 2019

just gotta love that DC editorial.

Dread Dog rated Superman #16 Oct 12, 2019
1.0

Superman #16

By: Brian Michael Bendis, David Lafuente
Released: Oct 9, 2019

The Super Sons are back! But now Jon is five years older, and he's sitting on the biggest decision of his young life. Damian and Jon team up again for a rip-roaring adventure and a huge catch-up! These two best buds have really needed each other, and now they are back!

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7.5

The book has solid art and a decent story that takes a look at issues of mental illness and that sometimes flawed people make mistakes that send them down a path they might not want to go down. The story is a stand alone book that doesn't tie into the Year of the Villain story arc so people have to appreciate it for what it is and not what it isn't. I didn't expect much from the book but it's a more

Year of the Villain: Joker #1

By: John Carpenter, Philip Tan
Released: Oct 9, 2019

In the Year of the Villain, what's a Clown Prince of Crime to do when the world has started to accept doing bad as the only way to live? Out-bad everyone else, of course! The Joker is on a mission to get his mojo back and prove to the world that there is no greater villainy than the kind that leaves you laughing.
This special one-shot is co-wr...

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RedKSuperman - Oct 10, 2019

I would have liked if it had a little more flow to the book and developed the "Year of the Villain" arc but as I said if viewed as a one shot stand alone it wasn't bad.

Dread Dog - Oct 10, 2019

I agree it would be better as a one-shot. Continuity though is Enchantress is dead, there is no Suicide Squad right now and the City of Bane started with Joker as a Detective in Bane's GCPD. This should have been spelled out as an out of continuity one-shot

4.0

What continuity is this one in? and where is the offer?

Year of the Villain: Joker #1

By: John Carpenter, Philip Tan
Released: Oct 9, 2019

In the Year of the Villain, what's a Clown Prince of Crime to do when the world has started to accept doing bad as the only way to live? Out-bad everyone else, of course! The Joker is on a mission to get his mojo back and prove to the world that there is no greater villainy than the kind that leaves you laughing.
This special one-shot is co-wr...

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New Holonet - Oct 9, 2019

*Author wrote

Dread Dog - Oct 10, 2019

Enchantress is dead and there is no suicide squad. Where is Thomas Wayne and Gotham girl?

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8.0

Finally a good Joker story. Feels like a classic portrayal of the character. Wish we would get more stories like this. However the tie- in with YotV And City of Bane felt quite forced. If you read both, youll know, that these two stories don’t fit with each other anyway.

Year of the Villain: Joker #1

By: John Carpenter, Philip Tan
Released: Oct 9, 2019

In the Year of the Villain, what's a Clown Prince of Crime to do when the world has started to accept doing bad as the only way to live? Out-bad everyone else, of course! The Joker is on a mission to get his mojo back and prove to the world that there is no greater villainy than the kind that leaves you laughing.
This special one-shot is co-wr...

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Dread Dog - Oct 10, 2019

They could have at least followed some of the continuity.

Darkseid24 - Oct 10, 2019

Agreed.

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RBL reviewed Event Leviathan #5 Oct 9, 2019
1.0

I expected what would happen in this issue. Part of the “bendis” method is to talk in circles around something without actually saying it so I was fully confident Leviathan’s identity would not be disclosed. I also called the end text of “Next: Leviathan Revealed”.

This issue’s dialogue was a chore to get through, completely irksome and most of all devoid of substances. Some more

Event Leviathan #5

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Alex Maleev
Released: Oct 9, 2019

From the Eisner Award-winning team of writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Alex Maleev, it's the reveal of the biggest mystery of the summer. Who is Leviathan? And what is their true goal? You're going to find out here! Plus, Lois Lane had a whole other team working this story the entire time,  and-oh man!-someone found something!

Dread Dog reviewed Batman and the Outsiders #6 Oct 8, 2019
3.0

Great art - boring story. Wait, I meant Great art - no story whatsoever!!!

Batman and the Outsiders #6

By: Bryan Hill, Dexter Soy
Released: Oct 9, 2019

While the mission is a success, the Outsiders do not feel like winners. Measures are taken to deprogram Sofia and understand the extent of her abilities, while Ra's al Ghul's power and influence grows enough for him to establish a new league in Khadym, unsullied by distractions and temptations of the earthly plane.

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Dread Dog reviewed Justice League: Odyssey #14 Oct 8, 2019
1.0

There is no reason for this book to even be around anymore. Abnett gave it a go and it did get better at points, but it just feels like a big old afterthought and the art in this issue is horrible!

Justice League: Odyssey #14

By: Dan Abnett, Will Conrad
Released: Oct 9, 2019

An unknown warrior assembles Green Lantern Jessica Cruz and various heroes to form a new JLO as guardians of the Ghost Sector. Vastly outnumbered against Darkseid's savage para-angel strikeforce, they're going to have to fight their way through Darkseid's new multi-planet realm of Apokolips to take control of Sepulkore or die trying. What choice do...

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Dread Dog reviewed Gotham City Monsters #2 Oct 8, 2019
2.0

Not sure what has more garbage in it, this issue's word bubbles or Monster Town!!!! This is such a bad comic 2 issues in that it almost feels like a prank.

Gotham City Monsters #2

By: Steve Orlando, Amancay Nahuelpan
Released: Oct 9, 2019

Melmoth's attack on Gotham City has immediate consequences for the denizens of Monster Town, and the losses suffered by Frankenstein and the other monsters have suddenly made this very, very personal. It's up to Frankie to convince his cohorts that they need to band together against this common threat, lest all of Gotham-nay, the Multiverse!-fall t...

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Dread Dog reviewed Event Leviathan #5 Oct 8, 2019
1.0

Compete Garbage! This "Event" has been boring at best and it looks like Leviathan is going to be a character hardly anyone knows and less care about and I can only wonder if Bendis was told otherwise. If it is who it seems to be hinting at, this who piece of crap story is going to end with a monumental thud!!!

Recommended for people who love reading comics where people stand around d more

Event Leviathan #5

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Alex Maleev
Released: Oct 9, 2019

From the Eisner Award-winning team of writer Brian Michael Bendis and artist Alex Maleev, it's the reveal of the biggest mystery of the summer. Who is Leviathan? And what is their true goal? You're going to find out here! Plus, Lois Lane had a whole other team working this story the entire time,  and-oh man!-someone found something!

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4.0

i honestly don't know what the fuck is going on in this issue. It's so disjointed, feels like a billion things are happening at once. I guess each part is supposed to be setting up an arc for legion? But if that's the case, then why not just tell the story you want to tell now, don't make a miniseries to setup future arcs, then miniseries becomes pointless then. It's a shame because the artist more

Legion of Super-Heroes: Millennium #2

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Ryan Sook
Released: Oct 2, 2019

Get on board for a journey through the future like no other! A gallery of all-star artists join our mysterious guide as they continue their 1,000-year journey toward the 31st century, inspiring Booster Gold to time-travel, debating fighting tactics with O.M.A.C. and making their way to the front door of the Legion of Super-Heroes. The DC event of t...

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Dread Dog - Oct 5, 2019

The Saturn Girl part is all Geoff Johns fault, though. The ending of Doomsday Clock was going to set up the Legion book and explain things better, but the delays forced DC to jump the gun and do it differently

allenquanobi - Oct 5, 2019

It's kinda both DC and Johns fault imo. If u have a plan, stick to it. I think DC would be in a much better state if they waited for doomsday clock to release, but as u said Johns delays forced DCs hand, idk how much the delay affected sales

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2.5

Get Bendis out of DC. He’s ruining everything he touches. Leave the Legion alone man. This book had the social commentary that I’m not a fan of, especially when poorly executed as it was here. Stop blaming everything on the rich. Damn. Why is Rose the main character in a book introducing the Legion? This is just ridiculously bad. I’m also not a fan of the reimagining of all of the characte more

Legion of Super-Heroes: Millennium #2

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Ryan Sook
Released: Oct 2, 2019

Get on board for a journey through the future like no other! A gallery of all-star artists join our mysterious guide as they continue their 1,000-year journey toward the 31st century, inspiring Booster Gold to time-travel, debating fighting tactics with O.M.A.C. and making their way to the front door of the Legion of Super-Heroes. The DC event of t...

1.0

Just a mess of an issue that has nice art but nothing else. There is no reason to read this garbage so what is the reason to print and sell it? To squeeze money out of Legion fans? Maybe, but have them in the two issues more than a couple of pages next time!

Legion of Super-Heroes: Millennium #2

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Ryan Sook
Released: Oct 2, 2019

Get on board for a journey through the future like no other! A gallery of all-star artists join our mysterious guide as they continue their 1,000-year journey toward the 31st century, inspiring Booster Gold to time-travel, debating fighting tactics with O.M.A.C. and making their way to the front door of the Legion of Super-Heroes. The DC event of t...

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Dread Dog reviewed Batman #80 Oct 2, 2019
1.0

The idea that King paints himself in a corner by having Gotham Girl guard the City so Batman wouldn't be able to enter solved by her getting sick is just another example of setup in one issue being taken away in other without any imagination or writing skill!

Batman #80

By: Tom King, John Romita Jr
Released: Oct 2, 2019

The bad guys thought they had it made with Bane in control, but with Batman back in Gotham they'll be reminded what justice feels like... and how it hurts when it hits you in the face. With Catwoman at his side, the Caped Crusader is looking to take down Bane's army and reclaim his city. But what happens when old allies like Gotham Girl also stand ...

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Superheroes for Hire - Oct 5, 2019

Precisely. Suddenly she's not a problem that has to be dealt with. Also this is the only time we find out "he" (I assume Bane) is giving her some kind of juice to stay strong. But somehow she ran out conveniently before Batman arrives?

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myconius reviewed Batman #80 Oct 2, 2019
1.0

oh dear LORD what an absolute mess!!!
this was so very painful to get through.
when we don't have the luxury of pretty art to mask the terrible writing,
this janky art really shows how bad the writing really is.

awful AWFUL dialogue!
disjointed scenes.
story barely progresses.

bunch of empty nothing.

Batman #80

By: Tom King, John Romita Jr
Released: Oct 2, 2019

The bad guys thought they had it made with Bane in control, but with Batman back in Gotham they'll be reminded what justice feels like... and how it hurts when it hits you in the face. With Catwoman at his side, the Caped Crusader is looking to take down Bane's army and reclaim his city. But what happens when old allies like Gotham Girl also stand ...

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myconius - Oct 2, 2019

Eisner awards must be next to worthless. ...yeah this whole entire run was chocked with filler. (AKA bullshit) ...Tom King is definitely the WORST Batman writer i've ever read.

Darkseid24 - Oct 3, 2019

One of the worst.

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Nihilist reviewed Deathstroke #48 Oct 2, 2019
7.0

I'm not even going to try to explain how Slade's resurrection worked. I guess leprosy is as good of a plot device as anything else in similar circumstances. At one point you just have to stop thinking about nonsense in comics, because otherwords you'll be solely disappointed.

With the upcoming finale of the run, Slade will fight Slade, similarly to Batman facing Batman. I hope Priest wi more

Deathstroke #48

By: Christopher Priest, Carlo Pagulayan
Released: Oct 2, 2019

Deathstroke is back and more ruthless than ever as he challenges the Legion of Doom and continues a bloody rampage to attain the power that Lex Luthor gave to Slade's son, Jericho. Meanwhile, the tragic deaths of two teenagers in a sleepy Arkansas county lead a local police chief to discover a secret that could cost him his life.

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Dread Dog - Oct 2, 2019

Raptor is dead so it is s bit more funky

Dread Dog reviewed Heroes In Crisis Collected Sep 25, 2019
2.0

I'd love to go higher for the art which was great throughout, but this "event" was horribly set up, awfully written throughout and ended in a way that made it feel like Tom King just made it all up as he went. Continuity issues, awful characterizations, and over exposition to get out of story dead ends abound. Plus, King took the face of Rebirth, Wally West, and made him a killer and an awful pe more

Heroes In Crisis Collected

By: Tom King, Travis Moore

There's a new kind of crisis threatening the heroes of the DC Universe, ripped from real-world headlines by CIA operative turned comics writer Tom King: How does a superhero handle PTSD? Welcome to Sanctuary, an ultra-secret hospital for superheroes who've been traumatized by crime-fighting and cosmic combat. But something goes inexplicably wrong w...

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Nihilist reviewed Heroes In Crisis Collected Sep 25, 2019
3.0

There's few moments in recent history that shattered DC's positive reputation they've gained with Rebirth. Batman #50 was an absolute disaster, and in general, King's Batman series has been very polarizing, just like Bendis' takeover of Superman comics. And then there's Heroes in Crisis - a study of failure, an analysis of writing incompetence, so despised by fans, it has become a joke comparable more

Heroes In Crisis Collected

By: Tom King, Travis Moore

There's a new kind of crisis threatening the heroes of the DC Universe, ripped from real-world headlines by CIA operative turned comics writer Tom King: How does a superhero handle PTSD? Welcome to Sanctuary, an ultra-secret hospital for superheroes who've been traumatized by crime-fighting and cosmic combat. But something goes inexplicably wrong w...

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