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Location: Mississauga, Ontario, Canada Joined: Feb 21, 2019 About Me: Check out my comic book reviews as well as my stories and character assessments at Comic Book University on YouTube.

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I'm really shocked at how low some people are rating this book. "But Why Tho"? Way to sound "woke", ya jabronie.

The why is easy, because we were left dissatisfied by the Birds of Prey movie, however many times the title was re-written.

This book told an actual story. Every character had their own voice. Every character was written in-character. The story was fun, no characte more

Birds of Prey #1

By: Brian Azzarello, Emanuela Lupacchino
Released: Jun 3, 2020

Black Canary's life has spiraled out of control: her personal life is going through the ringer and her band is in crisis when an old flame resurfaces only to flicker out and set her on an all-new mission against an all-new opponent. The only thing she has to be grateful for is the fact that she's not alone, as Huntress finds herself on a collision ...

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Really amazing, and amazingly sad, story. In other news, water is wet. Yeah, that's how obvious it was that this was going to be a heartbreaking story.

This is issue #3 of 3. DCeased: Hope at World's End #1 is also available digitally, today. Also really good.

For a lot more on my feeling on this comic and the art (with commentary from the artist) check out my YouTube review more

DCeased: The Unkillables #3

By: Tom Taylor, Karl Mostert
Released: May 20, 2020

It's the epic finale of the next chapter in the DCeased saga as heroes and villains collide with one epic purpose: to escape the coming of the infected population of Gotham City and a monstrous Wonder Woman! It's time to ride the fury road one final survival!

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Comic Book University reviewed Star #4 May 20, 2020

Lots of action in this issue. Captain Marvel vs. Star and then the two team-up against The Black Order. Then, Black Swan's plan-within-a-plan takes center stage. You will not get bored reading this comic!

The other issues of this five-issue limited series were good; some were okay. This issue was fantastic! I've been enjoying looking at the psychology of Ripley, who hates Carol Danvers more

Star #4

By: Kelly Thompson, Filipe Andrade
Released: May 20, 2020

STAR & CAPTAIN MARVEL GET A BLOODY REUNION! Star’s been on a journey of self-discovery, and with the help of some unexpected teachers, she has managed to learn more about both herself and the powers of the Reality Stone now bonded to her. She’s also still on the run from some of the most dangerous villains in the universe, who will not stop unt...

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Dc Fan of Sorts - May 20, 2020

only action in this issue! Just a forced character that nobody cares about and will disapear soon. There is a reason these last issues won't even get print versions...because they suck!


I didn't expect this book to include story from "Outlawed #1" because let's face it, modern comics don't usually follow a lot of continuity. That's something I've found I like about Vita Ayala, continuity matters.

This is a really good story. In fact, I feel it's too good to be relegated to a two-issue tie-in to an already low-key event (Iron Man 2020 six-issue limited series).
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2020 Ironheart #1

By: Vita Ayala, David Messina
Released: May 20, 2020

The Robot Revolution is in full swing, as is the Arno Stark–funded crackdown on artificial intelligence. That means that Riri Williams and N.A.T.A.L.I.E., the A.I. based on Riri’s deceased best friend, are in for a world of trouble. Can they weather the coming storm together, or will 2020 tear them apart?

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Comic Book University reviewed Ravencroft #4 May 13, 2020

This issue didn't feel as long as the previous issues, that said, there was just as much action. After the two false starts of The Punisher, will the next issue actually show Frank letting loose in Ravencroft?

I feel like this is the closest we're going to get to Lovecraftian comics from Marvel, which is somewhat disappointing because this title comes so close to promising a Chthulu-st more

Ravencroft #4

By: Frank Tieri, Angel Unzueta
Released: May 13, 2020

John Jameson begins to feel the pressure from both sides, as Wilson Fisk continues to extort him – and his friend and partner Misty Knight, implores him to do the right thing. You know what they say about stress – it can bring out the worst in people…

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Comic Book University reviewed Batman #91 Mar 18, 2020

If I simply wrote, "Batman versus Deathstroke happens in this issue" that should be enough for you to run to the comic book store and grab this book. Fortunately, there's more. We had Catwoman explain what happened in the room with The Designer between her, Penguin, and the Riddler, but Joker went in after them, so we didn't get his story. Until now. Check out my full review on YouTube at Comic Bo more

Batman #91

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Mar 18, 2020

To save Gotham City, Catwoman will have to commit the greatest heist in the city's history! But hot on her trail are the Penguin, the Riddler, a horde of assassins, and the master criminal called the Designer! And the most dangerous person standing in her way is the man she's trying to save: Batman. And what complications will his arise from his ne...

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