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ohhaimark reviewed Batman Annual #3 Dec 12, 2018
9.5

THE GOOD:

-This was a charming heartwarming story above all, and one that I really enjoyed.

-Otto Schmidt's art was well-drawn and his depiction of Alfred was especially good. I also really liked his facial expressions.

-I previously stated that Tom Taylor should write Nightwing, and while that comic is in desperate need of salvaging (in my opinion, although mayb more

Batman Annual #3

By: Tom Taylor, Otto Schmidt
Released: Dec 12, 2018

"THE OTHER SIDE OF THE PENNY!" Alfred Pennyworth has been Batman's most trusted ally and confidant since the Dark Knight first hit the streets of Gotham City. Now, witness Batman's battle for justice from Alfred's perspective and learn how harrowing that journey has been as Batman experiences one of the worst nights Gotham City has ever seen-a nigh...

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ohhaimark - Dec 15, 2018

I have played the Arkham games. I am not very good at video games however, those are probably my favorites of the limited range of games I played. My favorite would have to be Arkham City for the story and overall look of the game. I agree, Scarecrow is a villain with a lot of potential, if the writer uses them correctly. It sounds like Taylor doesn't. King's villains are usually pretty good, like Penguin, Kite Man. Although his Joker from the Best Man was not.

Darkseid24 - Dec 15, 2018

That’s great, my favorite is still Arkham Knight, but overall I love the Arkham games. You should try Outlast, that’s a great game. Kind of true, King wrote Scarecrow well in the Bane story, where he shortly appeared. Don’t know how good he would write him, if he was longer in a story. I didn’t like the way he wrote Joker, but it was also not the worst version of Joker. But I prefer King over anyone, who kills my favorite characters.

ohhaimark reviewed Detective Comics #994 Dec 12, 2018
10

THE GOOD:

-Doug Mahnke's art was pitch perfect. Every character is drawn to perfection. Even the f***ing bat signal looks cooler than before!

-Just the entire concept of the reenactment of Bruce's parents murder was amazing. I don't know if it's ever been done before, but it was executed brilliantly here.

-Much like the art, the writing feels spot-on for every cha more

Detective Comics #994

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Dec 12, 2018

Batman's strangest case begins as the new creative team of writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Doug Mahnke take over DETECTIVE COMICS!
Commissioner Gordon calls in the Dark Knight Detective when there's a murder at the Gotham City Aquarium-staged to look exactly like Thomas and Martha Wayne's crime scene, right down to the Playbill and pearls. H...

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YourGreenMuse - Dec 15, 2018

His Rebirth Superman run stays strong for 25 issues. After that, it's not as good.

Darkseid24 - Dec 15, 2018

I’ll check them both out. I think there was a lot of potential with the AK comic. Tomasi could have answered unanswered questions like how exactly did Scarecrow survive& what did he do during these 2 years he was gone. Also Jason’s story could have been done better. The comics could have shown more how they planned their attack. And more importantly they shouldn’t contradict the game like Bane getting killed by Jason, while being alive in the game. So much potential, what was all wasted.

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Nihilist reviewed Doomsday Clock #8 Dec 5, 2018
9.0

This is by far the most political issue of the series, combining real life global tensions (with Vladimir Putin appearing on the pages, and Bashar al-Assad being mentioned by Black Adam) with fictional metahuman conflict. It has power as a story, a fire inside that shows the reader how fragile politics can be, and how mistakes or simple good intentions can turn into an absolute disaster.

Doomsday Clock #8

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: Dec 5, 2018

The critical and commercial hit series by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank continues following the shocking revelations of last issue. As the truth behind Dr. Manhattan's actions against the DC Universe are revealed, Ozymandias turns to the only being who can stop him: Superman.

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egon244 reviewed Doomsday Clock #8 Dec 5, 2018
9.0

"I'm not leaving you"

The intervals between the issues are so long that I sometimes happen to forget about this book's existence but it then reminds about itself with a bang. I don't remember reading a comic book like this one.

I don't remember a comic book that caused this much emotion in me like this one. When I saw what Firestorm did or didn't do, his subsequent tries to more

Doomsday Clock #8

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: Dec 5, 2018

The critical and commercial hit series by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank continues following the shocking revelations of last issue. As the truth behind Dr. Manhattan's actions against the DC Universe are revealed, Ozymandias turns to the only being who can stop him: Superman.

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Nihilist reviewed Detective Comics #994 Dec 12, 2018
9.0

Tomasi came and did what we've all wanted him to - saved Detective Comics. And exceeded my expectations at that - the issue is stellar, and super tense. The setup is interesting, and very personal to Bruce, action is relentlessly fast paced, and the art looks definitely okay.
There's not a bad word I can say about Tomasi's introduction to Detective Comics. Welcome aboard, you have my attentio more

Detective Comics #994

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Dec 12, 2018

Batman's strangest case begins as the new creative team of writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Doug Mahnke take over DETECTIVE COMICS!
Commissioner Gordon calls in the Dark Knight Detective when there's a murder at the Gotham City Aquarium-staged to look exactly like Thomas and Martha Wayne's crime scene, right down to the Playbill and pearls. H...

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Linkush reviewed Detective Comics #994 Dec 12, 2018
10

Damn, tomasi did not disappoint.

The detective stuff were really well done. Art is great and this was one of the best issues of batman I read in a while.
And that ending! I can't express how much I want the next issue already. If you are looking for
a batman comic other than the main series, than this one seems to be the best one (at least according to this issue).

Detective Comics #994

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Dec 12, 2018

Batman's strangest case begins as the new creative team of writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Doug Mahnke take over DETECTIVE COMICS!
Commissioner Gordon calls in the Dark Knight Detective when there's a murder at the Gotham City Aquarium-staged to look exactly like Thomas and Martha Wayne's crime scene, right down to the Playbill and pearls. H...

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bucswin611 reviewed Detective Comics #994 Dec 12, 2018
9.5

Wow! Not only is Mahnke making Gary Frank/Dave Gibbons classic-style epicness, but Tomasi brought his A-game. Save for one syllable ("my...Martha" I guess the idea is Bruce is so thrown off he is imperfect in the moment?), this is pretty much a perfect issue. Batman detective-ing. Batman hero-ing. Flashbacks that aren't tiresome. I can't wait for the rest of this arc.

Detective Comics #994

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Dec 12, 2018

Batman's strangest case begins as the new creative team of writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Doug Mahnke take over DETECTIVE COMICS!
Commissioner Gordon calls in the Dark Knight Detective when there's a murder at the Gotham City Aquarium-staged to look exactly like Thomas and Martha Wayne's crime scene, right down to the Playbill and pearls. H...

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Batman Jones rated Batman Annual #3 Dec 12, 2018
9.5

Batman Annual #3

By: Tom Taylor, Otto Schmidt
Released: Dec 12, 2018

"THE OTHER SIDE OF THE PENNY!" Alfred Pennyworth has been Batman's most trusted ally and confidant since the Dark Knight first hit the streets of Gotham City. Now, witness Batman's battle for justice from Alfred's perspective and learn how harrowing that journey has been as Batman experiences one of the worst nights Gotham City has ever seen-a nigh...

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Batman Jones rated Detective Comics #994 Dec 12, 2018
10

Detective Comics #994

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Dec 12, 2018

Batman's strangest case begins as the new creative team of writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Doug Mahnke take over DETECTIVE COMICS!
Commissioner Gordon calls in the Dark Knight Detective when there's a murder at the Gotham City Aquarium-staged to look exactly like Thomas and Martha Wayne's crime scene, right down to the Playbill and pearls. H...

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Batman Jones reviewed Hawkman #7 Dec 12, 2018
8.0

What a pay-off! This is my favorite Venditti-written series I've read. Hitch's art is always delicious. But the real headline is that we finally have a Hawkman series/origin that's clear, grand as hell, and one that warrants a long run. I've always loved Hawkman but I haven't loved any modern Hawkman title, including Johns' whom I usually enjoy a lot. This feels to me like the best Hawkman series more

Hawkman #7

By: Robert Venditti, Bryan Hitch
Released: Dec 12, 2018

The origin of Hawkman revealed! Rocketing across the cosmos in his newly re-covered spaceship, Carter Hall is en route to the next stop on his adventure through time and space. He doesn't have Netflix to pass the time, but he does have something even better. Locked within the ship's memory banks is the truth behind Carter Hall's reincarnation abili...

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ohhaimark added Doug Mahnke to their creator watch list Dec 12, 2018
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ohhaimark added Peter J. Tomasi to their creator watch list Dec 12, 2018
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egon244 reviewed Batman Annual #3 Dec 12, 2018
8.5

"uncharacteristically sensible"

This should not be titled Batman Annual 3 but rather Alfred: The Master of Sarcasm. Well, whatever the title this was great. Immensely enjoyable read.

First of all, I need to say that Otto Schmidt's art lends itself great to Batman. I mean his art is always excellent, but I just love how his Batman looks here. With Batmobile and Batwing, he wa more

Batman Annual #3

By: Tom Taylor, Otto Schmidt
Released: Dec 12, 2018

"THE OTHER SIDE OF THE PENNY!" Alfred Pennyworth has been Batman's most trusted ally and confidant since the Dark Knight first hit the streets of Gotham City. Now, witness Batman's battle for justice from Alfred's perspective and learn how harrowing that journey has been as Batman experiences one of the worst nights Gotham City has ever seen-a nigh...

ohhaimark reviewed Hawkman #7 Dec 12, 2018
9.0

THE GOOD:

-This was a great self-contained issue. At first I thought it's plot was just an introduction, but as it became the entire issue, I actually enjoyed it more.

-The writing was pretty great. Venditti is really good at writing omniscient disembodied voices.

-I love Bryan Hitch's art. It is super cinematic and fits the writing really well.

-The more

Hawkman #7

By: Robert Venditti, Bryan Hitch
Released: Dec 12, 2018

The origin of Hawkman revealed! Rocketing across the cosmos in his newly re-covered spaceship, Carter Hall is en route to the next stop on his adventure through time and space. He doesn't have Netflix to pass the time, but he does have something even better. Locked within the ship's memory banks is the truth behind Carter Hall's reincarnation abili...

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ohhaimark reviewed Justice League Dark #6 Dec 12, 2018
6.0

THE GOOD:

-I did like the chaos going on in Myrra however. That was well-done and it showed us just how disastrous things have become there.

-Detective Chimp was a pretty great character. He has become the most well written member of the team, though I think Kirk is still the most enjoyable.

-I actually liked the reveal of how Chimp made Myrra so chaotic. Not som more

Justice League Dark #6

By: James Tynion IV, Daniel Sampere
Released: Dec 12, 2018

The Justice League Dark...trapped in the mystic realm of Myrra! Their jailer? Blue Devil...and he wants revenge on Detective Chimp! Seems Bobo tried to magically resurrect his best friend, the original Nightmaster, but lost control of the spell and filled Myrra with zombies instead. And left Blue Devil behind to get eaten. So BD's kinda sorta maybe...

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ohhaimark reviewed The Batman Who Laughs #1 Dec 12, 2018
8.5

THE GOOD:

-I love Jock's art, especially with Scott Snyder's writing. I'm glad to see them working together on a miniseries again.

-I really liked that first page. It was well-written, but most of all, it felt really foreboding in a strange kind of reverse psychology way. You know in a horror movie, when something really happy, almost too happy, happens, and you think, oh no more

The Batman Who Laughs #1

By: Scott Snyder, Jock
Released: Dec 12, 2018

Left rattled by the events of DARK NIGHTS: METAL, Bruce Wayne must come face to face with the nightmares spawned from the Dark Multiverse. But even though evil devoured evil in the collapse of Challengers Mountain, the Dark Knight still has his doubts. He discovers that the Batman Who Laughs not only survived the fight with The Joker at the end of ...

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Darkseid24 - Dec 14, 2018

I still can’t believe Bruce was so foolish to let Joker in. ( And if I was Bruce,I would be so annoyed if Joker is lurking around my house the entire time)

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Darkseid24 reviewed Batman Annual #3 Dec 12, 2018
8.0

This story is written from Alfred’s perspective& it does a good job showing the reader, why Alfred stays with Bruce& also how important Alfred is for Batman. I’m usually not an Alfred fan, but even I enjoyed this story. Tom Taylor does a good job here& it felt more like the Batman we know than King is currently giving us in his Batman run.

Batman Annual #3

By: Tom Taylor, Otto Schmidt
Released: Dec 12, 2018

"THE OTHER SIDE OF THE PENNY!" Alfred Pennyworth has been Batman's most trusted ally and confidant since the Dark Knight first hit the streets of Gotham City. Now, witness Batman's battle for justice from Alfred's perspective and learn how harrowing that journey has been as Batman experiences one of the worst nights Gotham City has ever seen-a nigh...

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myconius - Dec 13, 2018

just curious which stories these were that had Alfred killing?

Darkseid24 - Dec 13, 2018

Lol and I also have never read a story where Alfred kills, he just pointed out a few times, that he has no problem with it, if he is forced to, while Bruce always avoids it.

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Darkseid24 reviewed Batman: Damned #2 Dec 12, 2018
8.5

The art of this comic is pretty amazing, so it’s worth getting it for the art alone, However I am still angry about DC censoring the first issue of Batman Damned making it impossible to get a physical copy for a prize, that isn’t ridiculously high. There is no point in Black Label, if you are going to censor it after 1 issue just because some infantile people can’t deal with seeing a penis. 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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Nihilist - Dec 13, 2018

Yeah, I agree with the buzz regarding male genitalia. It also proves my initial point, I guess, that Damned would have nothing to generate any buzz if it wasn't for Batman's penis scandal. As for Harley, she hardly was a full blown psycho under Dini, though. Patrick turned her into a Deadpool wannabe, and Palmiotti and Conner followed that. Originally she felt like a victim of Joker's manipulation, abuse, who commits crimes to please and impress him. And Etrigan, it's still a blasphemy to me.

Darkseid24 - Dec 14, 2018

That’s because she first appeared in a show for children, but as soon as she was introduced into canon comics she definitely was a psycho. Remember when she helped Joker in NML to kidnap infants just so Joker could kill them. Its her own responsibility not Jokers, even Pre52. I can deal with Etrigan, since it’s an Elseworld.

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Darkseid24 reviewed The Batman Who Laughs #1 Dec 12, 2018
6.5

This story starts good, but I think DC is exaggerating a little with all the alternative Batmans, Jokers& even Bruce Waynes. I hope this mini series won’t be like the Batman one shots from Metal, which were quite repetitive& wasted the other villains. That this will happen here too was already teased with Mr Freeze getting set on fire by the armored Batman. It’s sad, that Snyder only seems to more

The Batman Who Laughs #1

By: Scott Snyder, Jock
Released: Dec 12, 2018

Left rattled by the events of DARK NIGHTS: METAL, Bruce Wayne must come face to face with the nightmares spawned from the Dark Multiverse. But even though evil devoured evil in the collapse of Challengers Mountain, the Dark Knight still has his doubts. He discovers that the Batman Who Laughs not only survived the fight with The Joker at the end of ...

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Darkseid24 reviewed Detective Comics #994 Dec 12, 2018
8.0

Tomasi‘s Arkham Knight run was underwhelming& a waste of great potential. Arkham War also was mediocre, so I wasn’t really excited for his take on Detective Comics. However his new Detective Comics story started quite good. Bruce is finally acting like Batman& does some detective work. Tomasi also manages to portray Bruce’s relationship to Gordon& Leslie right. It was great to see these two more

Detective Comics #994

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Dec 12, 2018

Batman's strangest case begins as the new creative team of writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Doug Mahnke take over DETECTIVE COMICS!
Commissioner Gordon calls in the Dark Knight Detective when there's a murder at the Gotham City Aquarium-staged to look exactly like Thomas and Martha Wayne's crime scene, right down to the Playbill and pearls. H...

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myconius - Dec 14, 2018

(Joker)“Behind this terrible, terrible face I’m just- I’m just- I was a little boy wonder once, too. I didn’t set out to be this.” (Damian)“You say you’re a force of chaos and you don’t plan anything, it just happens. But I’ve read your files and everything’s a plan. So what is it this time? Because I don’t think you know what chaos is. Chaos is needing needing someone to change your feeding tube. Chaos is not being able to go to the toilet without help.” (Joker)“You sound just like… like HIM"

Darkseid24 - Dec 14, 2018

Lol yeah. I liked Death of the Family though, but Endgame had some flaws.

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RBL reviewed Nightwing #54 Dec 11, 2018
4.0

I saw a review stating this issue, and series, was a compelling and evocative journey of two men struggling to find themselves. I want to ask him, are we reading the same thing?

This issue continues was has been a series of lackluster issues that showcase one thing only, how DC has no clue what to do with or any appreciation for one of the most beloved characters. The writing is subpar, more

Nightwing #54

By: Scott Lobdell, Chris Mooneyham
Released: Dec 5, 2018

The repercussions of the cataclysmic events of BATMAN #55 continue as a scarred Dick Grayson has given up his vigilante persona in favor a normal existence. A new job, new friends, new life-all are compromised when a safehouse full of old Nightwing gear falls into the wrong hands. Confronted with a past he's worked so desperately to escape, will Di...

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RBL - Dec 12, 2018

And you don’t get that what I consider the biggest insult towards the character of Dick Grayson is the entire premise this storyline is based on, that getting him shot and making him a generic douche is complete and utter stupidity. People are not in support of this change and “ric” grayson is trash.

Darkseid24 - Dec 12, 2018

Yeah, that wasn’t the best idea I agree, but that’s Kings fault not Lobdell‘s or Percy’s. The Nightwing writers are trying to make the best out of it& so far it’s great in my opinion. It won’t be permanent anyway.

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myconius reviewed Batman #60 Dec 5, 2018
2.0

WOW was this BAD!!
i’m unconvinced of any of this. it all just feels so forced and very very silly.

(((((spoilers)))))

Gordon talks like an idiot.
“Pat, can you get Harvey in here? i want to talk the Freeze case. recent one please. the one where Batman just kept hitting him.”
who talks like this?

meanwhile on a rooftop, Batman idiotically yells more

Batman #60

By: Tom King, Mikel Janin
Released: Dec 5, 2018

Batman takes on a new partner, and it's...the Penguin? After rejecting Bane's crime-boss co-op, Cobblepot finds himself in the crosshairs of some very teed-off villains. The feathered felon turns to his old foe to snitch on Bane's scheme, but has to prove his intentions to avoid a Bat-beatdown. Along the way, this Gotham odd couple begins to bond-c...

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myconius - Dec 13, 2018

no worries. i’m just as guilty for getting riled up plenty of times. but it’s just because we’re passionate about what we enjoy. though sometimes i know i need to be more diplomatic. that’s a foible i need to work on. but i definitely don’t wish any ill. i mean ‘comics’ right? i guess it’s easy to let ourselves get carried away. especially when we all have such varying tastes. but it’s good that you have something you really love and enjoy. that’s really rare these days.

myconius - Dec 13, 2018

personally i know i’m a Batman addict that can’t step away from the character, no matter how many times i’ve tried. but it’s cool. i may not care for many of the current stories i buy, but i have plenty on back issues that i love. and even though i don’t keep the physical copies of the story i didn’t enjoy, my Batman OCD always makes me rebuy the digital versions just to have. - - very cool Bolland profile pic btw. i really loved that run! :)

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myconius reviewed Detective Comics #994 Dec 12, 2018
8.5

A VERY EXCELLENT START!

i held my expectations going into this one, but i was very pleasantly surprised.
Detective Comics was really dragging through the mud for a while there, and now Peter Tomasi has come with a mop and a bucket to do some much needed course correcting. thankfully so! it's about time we finally had a decent Batman title out there.

this was a fully char more

Detective Comics #994

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Dec 12, 2018

Batman's strangest case begins as the new creative team of writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Doug Mahnke take over DETECTIVE COMICS!
Commissioner Gordon calls in the Dark Knight Detective when there's a murder at the Gotham City Aquarium-staged to look exactly like Thomas and Martha Wayne's crime scene, right down to the Playbill and pearls. H...

ohhaimark dropped Astonishing X-Men (2017) from their pull list Dec 11, 2018

Astonishing X-Men (2017)

ONLY THE X-MEN CAN SAVE US!
An ancient evil is attacking the world's most powerful minds. It will have them by the time you finish this sentence, and a moment later, it will have us all. A band of X-MEN discovers the truth behind the threat, but there is no time left. PSYLOCKE, OLD MAN LOGAN, BISHOP, ARCHANGEL, FANTOMEX, ROGUE and GAMBIT will a...

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Doomsday Clock #8

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: Dec 5, 2018

The critical and commercial hit series by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank continues following the shocking revelations of last issue. As the truth behind Dr. Manhattan's actions against the DC Universe are revealed, Ozymandias turns to the only being who can stop him: Superman.

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thecomiccookebook reviewed Doomsday Clock #8 Dec 5, 2018
9.5

I'm so on board for where this story is going at this point. I know people have complained about the slow pace of the story up to this point but I find it to be necessary with this style of storytelling because it paid off in this issue. I love the homages to the artwork of the original Watchmen in this; Gary Frank is putting 110% into everything involving this and it shows. Johns knows how to wri more

Doomsday Clock #8

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: Dec 5, 2018

The critical and commercial hit series by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank continues following the shocking revelations of last issue. As the truth behind Dr. Manhattan's actions against the DC Universe are revealed, Ozymandias turns to the only being who can stop him: Superman.

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Terrific reviewed Doomsday Clock #8 Dec 5, 2018
9.5

The best superhero cómic in the shelves right now.

Doomsday Clock #8

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: Dec 5, 2018

The critical and commercial hit series by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank continues following the shocking revelations of last issue. As the truth behind Dr. Manhattan's actions against the DC Universe are revealed, Ozymandias turns to the only being who can stop him: Superman.

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Samuel Almeida reviewed Doomsday Clock #8 Dec 5, 2018
10

Just AMAZING! What if the cold war was happening today but with superheroes instead of nuclear weapons? Thats what we have in Doomsday Clock.
Superman is an amazing character. we all know that. And Geoff writes him very well. He never leaves a friend. He never chooses sides, he only searches for the truth. He is hope and justice incarnated. The newpaper saying he "chose the wrong side", total more

Doomsday Clock #8

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: Dec 5, 2018

The critical and commercial hit series by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank continues following the shocking revelations of last issue. As the truth behind Dr. Manhattan's actions against the DC Universe are revealed, Ozymandias turns to the only being who can stop him: Superman.

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bucswin611 reviewed Doomsday Clock #8 Dec 6, 2018
9.5

While some may disagree with Superman's choices in this issue, I think this is as much action and development as you can get in a mid-arc issue. Reading it was like holding a sand castle in your hands and it just crumbles and crumbles no matter how quickly you try to re-build it. What an intense ride.

Doomsday Clock #8

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: Dec 5, 2018

The critical and commercial hit series by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank continues following the shocking revelations of last issue. As the truth behind Dr. Manhattan's actions against the DC Universe are revealed, Ozymandias turns to the only being who can stop him: Superman.

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axdn reviewed Doomsday Clock #8 Dec 5, 2018
10

wow! this is awesome!

Doomsday Clock #8

By: Geoff Johns, Gary Frank
Released: Dec 5, 2018

The critical and commercial hit series by Geoff Johns and Gary Frank continues following the shocking revelations of last issue. As the truth behind Dr. Manhattan's actions against the DC Universe are revealed, Ozymandias turns to the only being who can stop him: Superman.

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