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ohhaimark reviewed Red Hood and the Outlaws #30 Jan 19, 2019
7.5

THE GOOD:

-I thought this issue really cemented the Jack Reacher Red Hood for me. I liked it for the first time this issue.

-Pete Woods art was very good. Best it's ever been.

-This series continues to pay tribute to Roy in the most effective ways.

-The Infierno place was actually pretty cool.

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Red Hood and the Outlaws #30

By: Scott Lobdell, Pete Woods
Released: Jan 16, 2019

Will the Red Hood's latest campaign be his last? Jason's hot on the heels of the drugs he and Arsenal recently tracked to Beijing, but instead of finally encountering the mysterious Solitary, he finds himself face to face with a figure from his past. Plus, who's the new Wingman, and why's he tracking the Red Hood? And how can he and Jason be in the...

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ohhaimark reviewed Superman #7 Jan 18, 2019
1.0

No good/bad review for this one. My thoughts on it can be summarized in one emoji:💩

Superman #7

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Joe Prado
Released: Jan 16, 2019

It's the moment you've been waiting for: the shocking return of the son of Superman! A year spent traveling the stars changed Jon Kent. Are parents Clark and Lois ready for the all-new, all-different Superboy? Secrets are revealed, a new look debuts and Superman's world is changed forever!

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myconius - Jan 19, 2019

HAHAHAHA!!! good one ohhaimark! :D

Darkseid24 - Jan 20, 2019

Makes me want to read it& check out if it’s really that bad lol

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ohhaimark reviewed Detective Comics #996 Jan 18, 2019
8.0

THE GOOD:

-I liked the art, but it was a step down from the first two in my opinion.

-Glad to see Tomasi making ties to his Batman and Robin run. It added to this issue nicely.

-I still think the characterization is spot-on here. I especially found Henri Ducard to be a great character in this issue.

-That creature from issue one's appearance was just more

Detective Comics #996

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Jan 16, 2019

In the catacombs under Paris, Henri Ducard is not going to sit and wait for the death that's coming for everyone who helped to train Batman...he's going to wrestle it to the ground and put a bullet between its eyes! Good plan-but what if it just gets right back up? Can even Batman save him then?

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ohhaimark reviewed The Batman Who Laughs #2 Jan 18, 2019
7.0

THE GOOD:

-Still loving the art. I don't think I've read an issue where I've disliked Jock's art.

-I thought that first page was really cool. Reminds me of Snyder in the good old days when he was at his best. This whole series seems to evoke that very feeling.

-It's interesting to see more and more of these Bruce Wayne murders. So far, they're really keeping my a more

The Batman Who Laughs #2

By: Scott Snyder, Jock
Released: Jan 16, 2019

After the shocking ending of issue #1, a ticking clock sets Batman on a trail throughout the different realities of the Multiverse. He starts to see all the iterations of his life, and what could have been...but more importantly, Bruce Wayne begins to deduce that his current life is somehow wrong, and that all the mistakes he's made are somehow con...

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YourGreenMuse reviewed Detective Comics #996 Jan 16, 2019
10

I thought this was really great. I had a ton of fun reading this. The pacing is great and so is the art. I like seeing Batman be a detective and I like that this mystery is actually slowly being unfolded. I hope Tomasi stays on Detective for a while, since his Batman is so refreshing after so much of the current Batman run and previous Detective Comics being regulated to sub-par Batman stories, or more

Detective Comics #996

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Jan 16, 2019

In the catacombs under Paris, Henri Ducard is not going to sit and wait for the death that's coming for everyone who helped to train Batman...he's going to wrestle it to the ground and put a bullet between its eyes! Good plan-but what if it just gets right back up? Can even Batman save him then?

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Darkseid24 - Jan 20, 2019

30 would be too much in my opinion. I’ve read too many mediocre stories from Tomasi to want him so long.

myconius - Jan 20, 2019

guess we'll all find out when we find out.

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YourGreenMuse reviewed Catwoman #7 Jan 16, 2019
5.0

I don't know, this was fine, I guess. There's nothing that stands out here. It just sort of exists. Basically nothing happens in terms of plot. Penguin shows up and wants Catwoman's attention for reasons that'll be explained next issue, I'm sure. With the pacing problems that plague this series, I'm not exactly shocked that it continues to be an overly slow comic with little to say or do. There's more

Catwoman #7

By: Joelle Jones, Fernando Blanco
Released: Jan 16, 2019

What's a cat burglar to do? When things went bad for her in Gotham, Selina Kyle picked up stakes and moved to set up a new life in Villa Hermosa. Things went about as well as they could for an international super-criminal, particularly now that Catwoman has established herself as a major player in her new town. Too bad the past always has a way of ...

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myconius - Jan 17, 2019

i feel like Catwoman's new52 run really was a missed opportunity. the first arc had such potential, but editorial got involved and muched the whole thing up. there were even some beautiful pages Guillem March drew that got scrapped because of editorial. - - http://darkknightnews.com/2014/02/25/scrapped-risque-artwork-catwoman-3-4-new-52/

Darkseid24 - Jan 17, 2019

I think her being a crime boss was pretty weird, so was Croc in the Pharao outfit. My favorite Catwoman run is still Vol 2 from the 90ies

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YourGreenMuse reviewed The Batman Who Laughs #2 Jan 16, 2019
8.0

Overall, I liked this issue. I find the opening to be the best part. The scene in the batcave. The issue doesn't really go downhill from there so much as it doesn't get a ton more interesting. We have Batman and The Batman Who Laughs fight again, with Grim Knight as support. And it's cool. I liked what happened in this. The problem with this issue, and really a lot of Scott Snyder's comics, is he more

The Batman Who Laughs #2

By: Scott Snyder, Jock
Released: Jan 16, 2019

After the shocking ending of issue #1, a ticking clock sets Batman on a trail throughout the different realities of the Multiverse. He starts to see all the iterations of his life, and what could have been...but more importantly, Bruce Wayne begins to deduce that his current life is somehow wrong, and that all the mistakes he's made are somehow con...

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Darkseid24 - Jan 17, 2019

If you say Judge Death I have to think of the crossover where Scarecrow teamed up with him, what was funny. But I’d say Batman, who Laughs is more crazy.

Darkseid24 - Jan 17, 2019

And he reminds me of Hellraiser

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Nihilist reviewed Batman #62 Jan 9, 2019
4.5

Filler. More filler from King. At this point the entire 62 issue run has more filler than actual relevant content, and I wish that was a joke.
And also, 2 more public domain stories were just used as substitutes for this issue's lack of any story - one about three little pigs, and the other being the myth of Pygmalion and Galatea. Just put the series out of its misery, because there's 38 issu more

Batman #62

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Jan 9, 2019

Now features the Story solicited for #61 written by Tom King with art by Mitch Gerads. The Eisner-winning creative team behind MISTER MIRACLE is back together as artist Mitch Gerads rejoins the Bat team for a special issue! Professor Pyg is loose in Gotham, and you know that means things are going to get weird... and bloody!

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Nihilist - Jan 17, 2019

I didn't find it funny either. I mean, it was clearly poorly written, after all who normally calls their mom by her name? The joke indeed may have been a bit funny at first, but after few days it got old. But as with anything normies touch, it has become painfully overused.

Darkseid24 - Jan 17, 2019

Some people do indeed, but it made sense for calling her Martha, since how else would Batman know if he saved the right woman? Besides it was to show, that Superman is human.

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waltgator93 reviewed Catwoman #7 Jan 16, 2019
6.0

Quick read and shows us little glimpses of are characters. For a part one of two story arc, we literally get nothing! Should at least tell me little more about the story. The art is pretty good, issue itself awful.

Catwoman #7

By: Joelle Jones, Fernando Blanco
Released: Jan 16, 2019

What's a cat burglar to do? When things went bad for her in Gotham, Selina Kyle picked up stakes and moved to set up a new life in Villa Hermosa. Things went about as well as they could for an international super-criminal, particularly now that Catwoman has established herself as a major player in her new town. Too bad the past always has a way of ...

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7.5

Good issue, much better than the last two. Guess now that Nightwing is monthly Lobdell has more time to focus on Red Hood again. Thanks to Jason for summing up what happened, since I honestly forgot most of it.
I liked the short flashback with Jason as a child& hope he keeps the dog. With what happened this issue some people assume Jason will be the Arkham Knight again& have to say it would b more

Red Hood and the Outlaws #30

By: Scott Lobdell, Pete Woods
Released: Jan 16, 2019

Will the Red Hood's latest campaign be his last? Jason's hot on the heels of the drugs he and Arsenal recently tracked to Beijing, but instead of finally encountering the mysterious Solitary, he finds himself face to face with a figure from his past. Plus, who's the new Wingman, and why's he tracking the Red Hood? And how can he and Jason be in the...

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5.0

I thought this was fine, I guess. I don't really have much problem with this issue. I'm still not engaged in this storyline, but the issue went by quickly enough, so that's gotta count for something. Also, I did like that they remembered Artemis and Bizarro. I figured they were just going to be gone until this gimmick ended or the series did. But maybe not.

Red Hood and the Outlaws #30

By: Scott Lobdell, Pete Woods
Released: Jan 16, 2019

Will the Red Hood's latest campaign be his last? Jason's hot on the heels of the drugs he and Arsenal recently tracked to Beijing, but instead of finally encountering the mysterious Solitary, he finds himself face to face with a figure from his past. Plus, who's the new Wingman, and why's he tracking the Red Hood? And how can he and Jason be in the...

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Darkseid24 reviewed Catwoman #7 Jan 16, 2019
8.5

My only complain with this issue is, that it felt quite short& ended at the point, where it got really interesting.
Other than that I really liked it. Catwoman acts like herself, Penguin was well portrayed ( glad he’s in Catwoman‘s run)& it was nice to see, that Selina really is taking care of her sister. I hope for more interaction between these two in future issues. And great to see Mrs more

Catwoman #7

By: Joelle Jones, Fernando Blanco
Released: Jan 16, 2019

What's a cat burglar to do? When things went bad for her in Gotham, Selina Kyle picked up stakes and moved to set up a new life in Villa Hermosa. Things went about as well as they could for an international super-criminal, particularly now that Catwoman has established herself as a major player in her new town. Too bad the past always has a way of ...

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bucswin611 reviewed The Batman Who Laughs #2 Jan 16, 2019
9.0

It's almost disappointing to land on a 9 here, because it could have been perfect. The first page, complete with nostalgic Snyder prose IS perfect. I'll never forget that page. But two big-time cringes (page 3 with the syringes and leaning HARD into the Bullock science mumbo-jumbo) felt like glaring, albeit brief, missteps. However, the elevator scene and last page, bringing Snyder-Jock full-circl more

The Batman Who Laughs #2

By: Scott Snyder, Jock
Released: Jan 16, 2019

After the shocking ending of issue #1, a ticking clock sets Batman on a trail throughout the different realities of the Multiverse. He starts to see all the iterations of his life, and what could have been...but more importantly, Bruce Wayne begins to deduce that his current life is somehow wrong, and that all the mistakes he's made are somehow con...

Darkseid24 reviewed The Batman Who Laughs #2 Jan 16, 2019
9.0

There is nothing in this issue I could really complain about. Snyder is doing a great job with portraying the characters. I wasn’t a fan of Metal& the one shots with the Batmen, but this one is well written. This issue never gets boring. Batman is trying to find a solution to beat the Batman Who Laughs& the Batman with weapons. It’s interesting to see all these alternative versions of Batman& more

The Batman Who Laughs #2

By: Scott Snyder, Jock
Released: Jan 16, 2019

After the shocking ending of issue #1, a ticking clock sets Batman on a trail throughout the different realities of the Multiverse. He starts to see all the iterations of his life, and what could have been...but more importantly, Bruce Wayne begins to deduce that his current life is somehow wrong, and that all the mistakes he's made are somehow con...

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waltgator93 reviewed Detective Comics #996 Jan 16, 2019
8.5

While the artwork on Damian is eh ok and seeing Two-Face even tho in Detective Comics, he shouldn’t be here, issue was still amazing! Thank you Tomasi! My hopes of Bruce and Damian rekindling their relationship are going up! The mystery behind the villain is quite a mystery indeed. Although the cliffhanger really was only a cliffhanger for the scene not a cliffhanger for next issue so really did more

Detective Comics #996

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Jan 16, 2019

In the catacombs under Paris, Henri Ducard is not going to sit and wait for the death that's coming for everyone who helped to train Batman...he's going to wrestle it to the ground and put a bullet between its eyes! Good plan-but what if it just gets right back up? Can even Batman save him then?

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Nihilist reviewed Detective Comics #996 Jan 16, 2019
8.5

Batman is called the world's greatest detective for a reason, we know that, but we rarely have an opportunity to see his detective, forensic and investigative skills being put to proper use. Usually his comics are following the basic patternn: hero gets defeated by a villain who uses their weaknesses against them, then hero learns from their mistakes and overcomes their weaknesses to finally defea more

Detective Comics #996

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Jan 16, 2019

In the catacombs under Paris, Henri Ducard is not going to sit and wait for the death that's coming for everyone who helped to train Batman...he's going to wrestle it to the ground and put a bullet between its eyes! Good plan-but what if it just gets right back up? Can even Batman save him then?

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myconius - Jan 18, 2019

all commenter bring up excellent points. True the Nolan movie lack the fantasy element to make them truly feel like like a comic adventure. the fighting was a bit bland, and Bale's Batman voice got worse as they went on. plus soume of the cop/court room drama was very pretentious. BUT there still are things i enjoy about the movies. it's been years since i've seen them, but there was a time when i'd them multiple viewings. same with the Michael Keaton Batman films. (mostly the 89 film)

myconius - Jan 18, 2019

i don't think we've ever truly gotten an actual comic faithful adaption of Batman in live action, except for the Adam West movie. (which i personally love) but it's not for everyone. i think Mask of the Phantasm was an excellent Batman film, but it's no live action. i'm keeping my fingers crossed that Matt Reeves' The Batman will be good. when i do see it (i have to see every Batman movie in the theater) i'll go in without setting my expectations overly high, and just enjoy it for what it is.

Darkseid24 reviewed Detective Comics #996 Jan 16, 2019
8.0

Overall I liked this issue, but I’m still sad about Leslie’s death.
One of the good things in this issue is, that Batman actually is doing some detective work here& is even dressing up as other people than Batman like in the good old days. The monster he fought is kind of pretty weird, but also quite disturbing on the other side. However I didn’t like how he beat up the villains at the more

Detective Comics #996

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Jan 16, 2019

In the catacombs under Paris, Henri Ducard is not going to sit and wait for the death that's coming for everyone who helped to train Batman...he's going to wrestle it to the ground and put a bullet between its eyes! Good plan-but what if it just gets right back up? Can even Batman save him then?

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myconius reviewed Detective Comics #996 Jan 16, 2019
7.5

an alright issue.
Tomasi’s first two issues of this run came out of the gate really strong, this one started a lot slower.
it needed to make up for the lack of story from the more action and suspense based storytelling from the previous issues. it’s still a good issue though. still was cool seeing Batman actually being a detective.
even though i understand why it needed to be th more

Detective Comics #996

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Jan 16, 2019

In the catacombs under Paris, Henri Ducard is not going to sit and wait for the death that's coming for everyone who helped to train Batman...he's going to wrestle it to the ground and put a bullet between its eyes! Good plan-but what if it just gets right back up? Can even Batman save him then?

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ohhaimark reviewed Nightwing #56 Jan 11, 2019
3.5

THE GOOD:

-Didn't hate the art this issue. Didn't love it, either. It was an improvement though.

-This was the first issue I didn't hate Ric. He was actually all right.

-I thought the car thing was a very cool Macgyver style way to deal with the fear gas situation.

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-Scarecrow ended up being a pretty weak villain. His defeat felt too more

Nightwing #56

By: Scott Lobdell, Garry Brown
Released: Jan 9, 2019

The Nightwings have been picking up the slack Dick Grayson left behind, making a dent in petty crime and cleaning up the streets of Blüdhaven. But as Scarecrow's plan comes to fruition, it looks like they may have bitten off more than they can chew...putting Grayson in a position he was not prepared for. One where he may be forced to become a hero...

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myconius - Jan 13, 2019

i unfortunately cannot help but let morbid curiosity get the better of me. if i were at a public execution, i probably wouldn't stop looking until the head went into the basket.

Darkseid24 - Jan 14, 2019

I loved it, so of course I collect it. I just ignore the bad ending.

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myconius reviewed Batman: Kings of Fear #6 Jan 9, 2019
6.5

out of all of the stories written for Kelley Jones to illustrate, i've enjoyed 'Batman Red Rain' (and the Vampire Trilogy) the most. 'Gotham After Midnight' is probably a close 2nd, and 'Batman Kings of Fear' follows somewhere behind that one.

the series was thankfully short. it probably could have been even shorter?

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Batman: Kings of Fear #6

By: Scott Peterson, Kelley Jones
Released: Jan 9, 2019

The epic finale! Batman must battle Scarecrow and his own mind to save Gotham City. If he doesn't, Scarecrow will turn Gotham and everything else Batman believes in into a nightmarish hellscape!

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myconius - Jan 12, 2019

that's so funny how tastes can differ from person to person. :D

Darkseid24 - Jan 12, 2019

True lol

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YourGreenMuse reviewed Batman: Kings of Fear #6 Jan 10, 2019
6.5

This wasn't as good as the previous issues and I think that's because the main attraction of this entire series was the art. I really want to buy the trade of this and put it on my shelf just to look at... And probably not read. The writing is fine, and some moments in this are really good, particularly the part with Alfred. But after such a fun string of quick issues filled with crazy art, slowin more

Batman: Kings of Fear #6

By: Scott Peterson, Kelley Jones
Released: Jan 9, 2019

The epic finale! Batman must battle Scarecrow and his own mind to save Gotham City. If he doesn't, Scarecrow will turn Gotham and everything else Batman believes in into a nightmarish hellscape!

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myconius - Jan 12, 2019

yeah. me too. TOO damn many actually! ...gets to be a real clutter, don't it?

Darkseid24 - Jan 12, 2019

Yes lol

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ohhaimark reviewed Batman #62 Jan 11, 2019
7.5

THE GOOD:

-I liked Mitch Gerads art, but it wasn't the usual quality we get from him. Some of the pencil strokes were too thick, making things look overly simple, and one panel with Batman's face was just yuck. But it was still good. Also, sometimes too much blood is just too much!

-I actually like the format for this issue with Batman's thought process. I had problems with t more

Batman #62

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Jan 9, 2019

Now features the Story solicited for #61 written by Tom King with art by Mitch Gerads. The Eisner-winning creative team behind MISTER MIRACLE is back together as artist Mitch Gerads rejoins the Bat team for a special issue! Professor Pyg is loose in Gotham, and you know that means things are going to get weird... and bloody!

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ohhaimark reviewed Justice League #15 Jan 11, 2019
5.0

THE GOOD:

-Jim Cheung's brief appearance was appreciated.

-There were some nice heist-y elements in this issue I enjoyed. If only Martian Manhunter didn't have to use so many words to explain the freaking vaults.

-I do like Martian Manhunter in this one. His arguments with John are good and its interesting to see him so desperate to meet the other martian.
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Justice League #15

By: James Tynion IV, Jim Cheung
Released: Jan 9, 2019

Hawk fight! Martian Manhunter, Green Lantern and Hawkgirl clash with Shayera Hol (also a Hawkgirl) when the League trio tries to break into a secret vault deep within Thanagar Prime-and the feathers are gonna fly! Speaking of secrets, M.M. learns one about himself and Lex Luthor, as related to him by the Martian Keep, guardian of all Martian wisdom...

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ohhaimark reviewed Captain Marvel #1 Jan 11, 2019
3.0

THE GOOD:

-I did like Spider-Woman's appearance a lot.

-The art was decent. Nothing spectacular though.

-I enjoyed Tony's appearance as well. He was very funny.

THE BAD:

-So we're doing that All-Star Superman style origin again?! This was slightly different, so I appreciate that, but it still felt like a variation on the same thing.
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Captain Marvel #1

By: Kelly Thompson, Carmen Nunez Carnero
Released: Jan 9, 2019

ALL THE STARS ALIGN AS KELLY THOMPSON AND CARMEN CARNERO TAKE ON MARVEL'S PREMIER FEMALE SUPER HERO!
As Captain Marvel, Carol Danvers has spent months in space protecting Earth from alien threats big and small, but now it's time for Earth's mightiest hero to come home. New York City has never looked so good. But every re-entry comes with the un...

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ohhaimark - Jan 14, 2019

Yep. Wasn’t a fan of this issue. I had high hopes considering I like Kelly Thompson and I was hoping she could revive this series. It’s great that for many people she can, and I’m happy those people enjoyed this debut, but for me personally, I wasn’t on board.

egon244 - Jan 14, 2019

Maybe the next issue will be more to your liking unless you're giving up on this book.

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1.5

THE GOOD:

-Okay, I wish the backup story could've been the whole issue. It really, really hit me in the feels. This was one of those rare times the backup was better than the main story.

THE BAD:

-Really didn't like the art. It felt stiff and lifeless.

-This series didn't feel like anything special to me. It doesn't give me any reason not to save the mo more

Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man #1

By: Tom Taylor, Juan Cabal
Released: Jan 9, 2019

Spider-Man is the worst neighbor EVER! There are always crazy villains and property damage and drama and...and he CATCHES the villains. And he tries to fix the damage and he helps carry your groceries and actually that property damage keeps the rents down. You know what? Spider-Man is the best neighbor ever and this book will give you a closer look...

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ohhaimark - Jan 13, 2019

Lol. No, I'm never going to instantly love something just because a writer I liked wrote it. I didn't read the second one of WW: Earth One either. I don't think I can stand more of that portrayal of Etta Candy.

myconius - Jan 13, 2019

hahahahaha! glad to see i wasn't the only one who didn't like that gawdawful portrayal of Etta Candy. xD . . . . "WOO WOO!"

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ohhaimark reviewed Green Lantern #3 Jan 11, 2019
6.5

THE GOOD:

-I love the art. Nothing else I have to say about that.

-I also love all of the weird creatures that Morrison and Sharp conjure up. They really stood out in this issue.

-The auction was pretty great, I enjoyed that scene a lot.

-I thought that Shepherd was a really fun and interesting villain.

-I also liked the artificial sun, an more

Green Lantern #3

By: Grant Morrison, Liam Sharp
Released: Jan 9, 2019

When the Earth goes up for sale on the alien black market, it's up to the Green Lantern Corps to bust up "The Slave Lords of the Stars" in the latest space saga from Grant Morrison (MULTIVERSITY) and Liam Sharp (WONDER WOMAN)! With the Justice League frozen by Gamma Gong tech, Earth ends up on the auction block, and Volgar Zo hosts a menagerie of t...

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ohhaimark reviewed Young Justice #1 Jan 11, 2019
4.0

THE GOOD:

-I liked the beginning, very cool and ominous!

-Lovin' the art. Did I expect anything else? Of course not, it's Pat Gleason!

-Glad to see Jinny Hex again. I enjoyed her appearance in the Walmart Batman.

-"Please don't step on my line." That line was pretty hilarious!

-I will admit that I liked the Impulse splash page. That was cool. more

Young Justice #1

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Patrick Gleason
Released: Jan 9, 2019

Superboy! Wonder Girl! Robin! Impulse! Amethyst! They're all united in YOUNG JUSTICE #1, the debut issue of a brand-new series that also introduces new heroes Teen Lantern and Jinny Hex! When the nightmare dimension known as Gemworld invades Metropolis, these teen heroes reunite to deal with the situation-but they're shocked to discover the battle ...

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Talon1load reviewed Batman #62 Jan 9, 2019
2.0

I feel like I'm living through Office Space but instead of every day being the worst day of my life, ever new issue of Batman is the worst issue I've ever read. This was a lot of, just stupid dialogue. Batman was tied up and in order to get free, used a batarang, that's taped to his chest for some reason, and cut himself until it's embedded in the bone so that he can pull it off of his chest and more

Batman #62

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Jan 9, 2019

Now features the Story solicited for #61 written by Tom King with art by Mitch Gerads. The Eisner-winning creative team behind MISTER MIRACLE is back together as artist Mitch Gerads rejoins the Bat team for a special issue! Professor Pyg is loose in Gotham, and you know that means things are going to get weird... and bloody!

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myconius - Jan 11, 2019

ohhaimark - yeah! i was JUST thinking the same thing!

Darkseid24 - Jan 11, 2019

They really were terrible.

Darkseid24 reviewed Batman: Kings of Fear #6 Jan 9, 2019
8.5

This issue wasn’t as exciting& fun like issue 3,4&5, but that’s mainly because it’s the conclusion to this story.
Batman finally snapped out of Scarecrow‘s fear gas& we learn, that everything, that happened since issue 4 was just an illusion in Batman‘s head. What makes this more boring for Scarecrow, but more interesting, when it comes to Batman, since nothing in this story could h more

Batman: Kings of Fear #6

By: Scott Peterson, Kelley Jones
Released: Jan 9, 2019

The epic finale! Batman must battle Scarecrow and his own mind to save Gotham City. If he doesn't, Scarecrow will turn Gotham and everything else Batman believes in into a nightmarish hellscape!

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Darkseid24 - Jan 11, 2019

I hoped more for a cool Scarecrow vs. Batman cover, since this was the finale.

myconius - Jan 11, 2019

that would have been cool!

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YourGreenMuse reviewed Nightwing #56 Jan 11, 2019
3.0

So this issue just firmly cements this very boring status quo that most people don't want, judging by the reception. And how long will it be until everyone realizes Ric Grayson, and therefore Dick Grayson, is Nightwing? He just shows up and becomes easily the most capable of the Nightwings, he's immune to fear toxin... certainly a doctor like Scarecrow should be able to fit all the pieces together more

Nightwing #56

By: Scott Lobdell, Garry Brown
Released: Jan 9, 2019

The Nightwings have been picking up the slack Dick Grayson left behind, making a dent in petty crime and cleaning up the streets of Blüdhaven. But as Scarecrow's plan comes to fruition, it looks like they may have bitten off more than they can chew...putting Grayson in a position he was not prepared for. One where he may be forced to become a hero...

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YourGreenMuse - Jan 11, 2019

Well, that's not canon anymore, obviously.

Darkseid24 - Jan 11, 2019

Yeah, but Dick wasn’t fearless even in New52 or Rebirth, I mean when? Or I really missed something here.

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