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Bat-Sharkrepellent? reviewed Red Sonja #2 Apr 9, 2019
9.5

Another great issue from Mark Russell. If you are wondering whether or not to pick up this series, do it because it is that good! It is funny, interesting, and has a great plot. I am in love with this series.

Red Sonja #2

By: Mark Russell, Mirko Colak
Released: Mar 6, 2019

THE SHE-DEVIL WITH A SWORD IS QUEEN OF HYRKANIA! LONG MAY SHE REIGN!
Dragan The Magnificent marches his massive Zamoran army to do battle with Sonja's puny Hyrkanian forces. Any other monarch would retreat in cowardly fear. But Sonja will rely on the lessons she learned at THE COURT OF THE KHITAI, and empty her nephew Kryon's BROTHERS OF MISFOR...

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9.5

Uber: Invasion #15

By: Kieron Gillen, Daniel Gete
Released: Aug 29, 2018

No sooner do they regroup from the last epic battle, Maria and her Russian forces face their Japanese foes, with a stunning turn of events!  Available with Regular, Wraparound, War Crimes, Propaganda, Blitzkrieg, and VIP Premium by series artist Daniel Gete.

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10

Uber: Invasion #16

By: Kieron Gillen, Daniel Gete
Released: Oct 31, 2018

Maria is just not to be messed with, and soon they will all learn the hard way!  Available with Regular, Wraparound, War Crimes, Propaganda, Blitzkrieg, and VIP Premium by series artist Daniel Gete.

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9.5

Great comic, I love this series. I hope this isn't the final issue because it has been so good. Make sure to read the initial collections of Uber.

Uber: Invasion #17

By: Kieron Gillen, Daniel Gete
Released: Nov 28, 2018

The Eastern front is forever changed and the Japanese are in for a surprise!  Available with Regular, Wraparound, War Crimes, Propaganda, Blitzkrieg, and VIP Premium by series artist Daniel Gete.

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Bat-Sharkrepellent? reviewed Immortal Hulk #15 Apr 9, 2019
10

A very good comic indeed. The Hulk Sampson interactions are very interesting and well-worded. I love how the "Hulk family" are now immortal. I can't wait until it is revealed why (or was it already revealed? I missed the first 10 issues). One of the best series out there right now (only beaten by Justice League Dark).

Immortal Hulk #15

By: Al Ewing, Joe Bennett
Released: Mar 20, 2019

• Dr. Leonard Samson is a gamma mutate and part-time super hero who recently came back from the dead.
•  He's been wanting to discuss that with an old patient of his... But he's not here to see Bruce Banner.
•  Take a seat on the couch, IMMORTAL HULK. It's going to be quite a session.
Rated T+

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Bat-Sharkrepellent? reviewed Red Sonja #3 Apr 4, 2019
10

From Flintstones to Snagglepuss to the Porky Pig one shot this, Mark Russel is so good. He is one of the best writers around, and this series does not disappoint. It was great fun. Along with this series I would also suggest his other current titles: Wonder Twins (DC) and the Lone Ranger (Dynamite). All of these series are great, but Red Sonja is the best of the three. Don't be afraid to pick this more

Red Sonja #3

By: Mark Russell, Mirko Colak
Released: Apr 3, 2019

TREMBLE BEFORE THE VICTORIOUS QUEEN SONJA OF HYRKANIA! ...for now. Yea, she outwitted Dragan The Magnificent, but it is a fleeting triumph. Spies and vipers surround, awaiting the perfect time to strike. A tale of tact, trust and trepidation, by MARK RUSSELL (The Flintstones, The Wonder Twins) and MIRKO COLAK (Conan).

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Samuel Almeida reviewed Green Lantern #4 Feb 6, 2019
10

Even though i love Grant Morrison, the star of this book is Liam Sharp! He keeps outperforming himself every month! Theres no stoping him!
As for the story, Grants approach is fantastic to me. This is the most "space cop" Green Lantern book i could wish for.

Green Lantern #4

By: Grant Morrison, Liam Sharp
Released: Feb 6, 2019

In a bar on Rann, two shrouded strangers recount two blood-chilling narratives-one in which a Blackstar heavyweight demands access to a secret vault on planet Weirwimm, threatening its gruesome annihilation with Sun-Eaters; and the other about maverick Hal Jordan and his small cadre of GLs struggling to destroy those same Sun-Eaters. And the cliffh...

Bat-Sharkrepellent? reviewed Green Lantern #4 Apr 4, 2019
9.5

Great comic, Morrison is on a roll. It was fun and very different, in a good way. I would recommend picking this up to anyone who likes Green Lantern or Morrison. My favorite part was the volcano green lantern.

Green Lantern #4

By: Grant Morrison, Liam Sharp
Released: Feb 6, 2019

In a bar on Rann, two shrouded strangers recount two blood-chilling narratives-one in which a Blackstar heavyweight demands access to a secret vault on planet Weirwimm, threatening its gruesome annihilation with Sun-Eaters; and the other about maverick Hal Jordan and his small cadre of GLs struggling to destroy those same Sun-Eaters. And the cliffh...

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10

Another excellent comic in the series. I love all the different magical characters he uses. I am always impressed by how much story he can pack into one issue. If anyone is wondering how good the series is, well, it is the best series right now. Pick it up, and read the previous issues if you can.

Justice League Dark #8

By: James Tynion IV, Alvaro Eduardo Martinez Bueno
Released: Feb 13, 2019

"LORDS OF ORDER" part one! Wonder Woman and the Justice League Dark are in a race against time as the Otherkind close in on the rest of the magical community. With the world's magic failing, the team needs to rally the magic wielders of Earth together. But can they face down Doctor Fate and his newly assembled Lords of Order?!
RATED T+

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JBL Reviews reviewed Batman #67 Mar 20, 2019
4.5

For many months I looked forward to this book. The last dozen or so issues have just not been what I’m looking for. Without the end reveal, this would’ve been nothing.

Batman #67

By: Tom King, Lee Weeks
Released: Mar 20, 2019

The "Knightmares" continue as Batman chases a new foe in an impossible race. Over rooftops, across alleyways, up and down the streets of Gotham City, this lightning-fast crook outsmarts the Dark Knight at every turn. Is that because the man under the mask is someone more familiar than he knows? Artist Lee Weeks returns to BATMAN for an all-out acti...

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Bat-Sharkrepellent? - Mar 31, 2019

Tom King has written mostly poor issues since issue 49 (except KGBeast and Tyrant Wing)

AsgersWeb reviewed Batman #67 Mar 20, 2019
2.5

WTF? I thought this issue would be cool. But NO! I supported Tom King when he did Tyrant Wing but now like I said WTF? Only good thing is the art. Also like Batman #57 the issue has so many freaking sound effects. Stop it King

Batman #67

By: Tom King, Lee Weeks
Released: Mar 20, 2019

The "Knightmares" continue as Batman chases a new foe in an impossible race. Over rooftops, across alleyways, up and down the streets of Gotham City, this lightning-fast crook outsmarts the Dark Knight at every turn. Is that because the man under the mask is someone more familiar than he knows? Artist Lee Weeks returns to BATMAN for an all-out acti...

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Darkseid24 - Mar 20, 2019

WTF describes it best 😂

AsgersWeb - Mar 21, 2019

ahahha true

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Nihilist reviewed Batman #67 Mar 20, 2019
2.0

When the first actual dialogue appears on the 16th page, you know you're not reading a comic. No - you just browse an illustrated flyer, page by page, realizing there's nothing in it. Not substancial, that is. If you thought the last issue of Heroes in Crisis was devoid of any plot, just wait til you see this one. You just wait. An Ikea catalogue has more story to tell than this.

And I more

Batman #67

By: Tom King, Lee Weeks
Released: Mar 20, 2019

The "Knightmares" continue as Batman chases a new foe in an impossible race. Over rooftops, across alleyways, up and down the streets of Gotham City, this lightning-fast crook outsmarts the Dark Knight at every turn. Is that because the man under the mask is someone more familiar than he knows? Artist Lee Weeks returns to BATMAN for an all-out acti...

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Darkseid24 - Mar 22, 2019

Lol

Bat-Sharkrepellent? - Mar 31, 2019

Overall, the comic was garbage

Bat-Sharkrepellent? commented on this:
myconius reviewed Batman #67 Mar 20, 2019
2.0

decompressed


pointless


filler


"beep" "beep"

Batman #67

By: Tom King, Lee Weeks
Released: Mar 20, 2019

The "Knightmares" continue as Batman chases a new foe in an impossible race. Over rooftops, across alleyways, up and down the streets of Gotham City, this lightning-fast crook outsmarts the Dark Knight at every turn. Is that because the man under the mask is someone more familiar than he knows? Artist Lee Weeks returns to BATMAN for an all-out acti...

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Darkseid24 - Mar 22, 2019

Lol that would be something new at least

Bat-Sharkrepellent? - Mar 31, 2019

Agreed

Bat-Sharkrepellent? reviewed Batman #67 Mar 31, 2019
4.5

This issue was a huge waste of money, most of the pages had NO words on them, just artwork. This issue caused me to drop the series because lately Batman has had too many bad issues. How the mighty have fallen.

Batman #67

By: Tom King, Lee Weeks
Released: Mar 20, 2019

The "Knightmares" continue as Batman chases a new foe in an impossible race. Over rooftops, across alleyways, up and down the streets of Gotham City, this lightning-fast crook outsmarts the Dark Knight at every turn. Is that because the man under the mask is someone more familiar than he knows? Artist Lee Weeks returns to BATMAN for an all-out acti...

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Bat-Sharkrepellent? reviewed Batman #66 Mar 31, 2019
8.0

I quite liked this issue. It was very good, but this story as a whole has been very hit and miss. Most of the time misses, such as issue 67.

Batman #66

By: Tom King, Jorge Fornes
Released: Mar 6, 2019

The "Knightmares" storyline continues! Something-or someone-is forcing Batman to live through some of his darkest fears, amplifying the Dark Knight's anxieties and reimagining some of his worst traumas. Now that Batman has become aware of the nature of these delusions, he must find a way to break through and find out the source of this disruption. ...

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8.0

The Cerebrus titles are fun, but a little annoying because each one is a one shot. This makes it difficult to follow. But, I like the new issues as a whole

World's Finite Cerebus #1

By: Dave Sim
Released: Mar 28, 2018

Can Batvark, Homophobe, be coerced into have a boy sidekick like on the cover? Spoiler Warning: No. Features Super-Cerebus, Batvark and...Vark-Mite? (or whatever the kid's name is); Trick or Treat; Psychosomatic (1863); Cerebus' Self-Help Book; Cyclothymia (1923); Product Placement; Maxwell and Mortimer's Covers Band; "The Cerebus Foundation...

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Bat-Sharkrepellent? reviewed Green Lantern #3 Mar 14, 2019
10

I love this comic and the series. Very interesting auction scene. The creatures Morrison introduces are great. Overall, a fun issue and I look forward to reading the next one.

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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1.5

Another very bad issue. I was hanging on to the series because I thought Alan Moore would not dissapoint. Its so bad that I have to drop it now. How the mighty have fallen. I only rated it 1.5 instead of 1 because of the 3-D glasses (even if they hurt your eyes to look at the pictures).

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Tempest #4

By: Alan Moore, Kevin O'Neill
Released: Jan 9, 2019

Legendary swords clash atop the Paris Opera in 1913, while almost a century later a declining London witnesses assassination attempts, summit meetings in Haggerston Park, and the catastrophic return of a 1960s super-adventurer. Elsewhere, in the four-dimensional territories adjacent to the North Pole, a lost Shakespeare play sees its first and last...

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1.5

This series is very bad and mindless. The plot does not seem to have a direction, and Alan Moore gives me no reason to care about the characters. Overall, very bad.

The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen: The Tempest #2

By: Alan Moore, Kevin O'Neill
Released: Sep 12, 2018

  Opening with a 1919 deathmatch between two American superhumans in the ruins of Utopia, the second issue of Alan Moore and Kevin O'Neill's final volume of the beloved comic series takes its readers on a breath-taking ride over a waterfall of storytelling styles, from a startling 21st century Lincoln Island and its current incarnation of the leg...

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6.0

This series as a whole does not have much story to it. In this issue, nothing much happens until the reveal at the end. This series really should have been 4-5 issues instead of 9. Really just killing time for most of the issue.

Heroes In Crisis #5

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Jan 30, 2019

The secrets of the DC Universe are hacked! Sanctuary wasn't supposed to keep records, but now that the A.I. is compromised, superhero secrets are leaking all over the 'Net. Booster and Harley set aside their differences to focus on who they believe is the real killer (assuming one of them isn't lying, that is). Meanwhile, Batman and the Flash conti...

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Bat-Sharkrepellent? reviewed Flash #62 Mar 14, 2019
7.0

This issue was good, but not great. I don't really like the other forces all that much (except for speed and slow) because they don't really feel at home with Flash. I hope they end this storyline soon so we can get back to some better Flash stories.

Flash #62

By: Joshua Williamson, Christian Duce
Released: Jan 16, 2019

The Flash tracks down a new user of the mysterious Sage Force, a young Zandarian spy named Bashir (a.k.a. Psyche), who's just starting to understand his newfound abilities. Here's hoping he's a quick study, because the Flash needs his help against the dual threat known as Gemini, who wants to steal both the Speed and Sage Forces! And whose side is ...

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Bat-Sharkrepellent? reviewed Superman #7 Mar 14, 2019
10

Another great issue of Superman. Bendis is on a roll. I love this series and would suggest others to try it out too.

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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10

This series has been my favourite comic series of the year. It never ceases to amaze me, and is extraordinary. I highly suggest picking up this series. Also, this comic was a nice nudge to Tales from the Crypt.

Justice League Dark #7

By: James Tynion IV, Alvaro Eduardo Martinez Bueno
Released: Jan 16, 2019

First rule of magic: things can always get worse! Man-Bat learns that the hard way when he plays narrator and chronicles the nightmarish menagerie known as the Otherkind-horrific, monstrous entities such as "the Soup," "the Rip" and "the Offspring"-that burst through the Sphere of Gods and invaded Earth. The JLD soon realize they're no match for an...

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