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DSMister reviewed Batman #76 Aug 7, 2019

I think a lot of people are blinded by their hatred towards Tom King and his... erm. Disastrous Heroes in Crisis. And believe me, I am not pleased at what came out of that series, either. I'm also really mad at him for how he wrote that story. It ultimately left a lot of soreness. However, I try not to look at the writer, but the story. And what I see is a pretty good story.

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Batman #76

By: Tom King, Tony Daniel
Released: Aug 7, 2019

"City of Bane" continues! Bane has taken over Gotham City, and Batman is nowhere to be found. At least, not a Batman anyone recognizes. Flashpoint Batman is now patrolling the city, dispensing a violent brand of justice and taking out rogue villains who haven't yet signed on with Bane. It's all building to a rebellion among the bad guys who don't w...

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Br'er Lapin - Aug 11, 2019

I don't think everyone who hates it is joining a bandwagon, that would totally discredit one side. I have noticed the comic community is very mob-like though. Such as when people were seriously saying every single Rebirth book was great (which started on YouTube) or that every single Marvel book is bad, or that Bendis and Tom King are ruining DC... etc. etc. It is all mob rhetoric. You hear the exact same things said practically word for word around the internet.

myconius - Aug 12, 2019

perhaps there might be some truth in those words. Bendis and Tom King ARE ruining DC. ...but if you want to dispute that people online all say the same thing, i don't go out of my way to cut up Bendis. as much as i don't care for what Bendis is doing to Superman it's not my favorite character. Tom King on the other had is destroying Batman, my favorite character. so i call him out for it. as for everyone praising every single Rebirth book, those are just deluded fanboys, drunk off hype.

DSMister reviewed Flash #75 Jul 24, 2019

Great ending to Year One of the Flash, and what a cool story! They finally found a good, if brief, way to connect Wally and Wallace together, and honestly, I love it! Chapter one was great, overall, and I enjoyed pretty much every second of it. The art overall was great, too, though there were moments where Wally and Wallace looked a bit weird. Maybe Porter should stick to older people, I don't th more

Flash #75

By: Joshua Williamson, Howard Porter
Released: Jul 24, 2019

"The Flash Year One" finale! This oversize anniversary issue marks the end of Barry Allen's journey to become the Flash-but at what cost? The Turtle's final play will challenge our hero in every way possible, and by the end of the battle, a Flash will be born-and a Flash will die! Also in this issue, witness Lex Luthor's offer to Captain Cold, whos...

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DSMister reviewed Detective Comics #1008 Jul 24, 2019

After all those plot-driven stories that take up... ahem. 85 issues. I think it's high time we took a little break from it. And what better way than a classic Joker and Batman story?

Honestly, Tomasi is really breaking through to me as a great Detective Comics writer. He nails the Joker, and even brings back the classic one-shot comics. It felt nostalgic (ah, who am I kidding, I'm only more

Detective Comics #1008

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Doug Mahnke
Released: Jul 24, 2019

The Joker returns to Gotham City! The Joker is through working with the Legion of Doom, and he wants to get back to his roots: giving Batman absolute hell! The Clown Prince of Crime comes back with a bang-and he's not about to take prisoners! As if that weren't enough, Lex Luthor delivers the cure for Mr. Freeze's beloved wife, Nora, freeing her fr...

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DSMister reviewed Young Justice #7 Jul 10, 2019

You know a comic is good when it makes you laugh out of genuine comedy. So far, Bendis has delivered very well.

Young Justice is something that is meant to be a comedy, and none of it gets cringy or otherwise wants to make you smash your head into a nearby wall. It's really good, and now that the comic is out of Gemworld, the team is now out to the multiverse. For the ones who have gone more

Young Justice #7

By: Brian Michael Bendis, John Timms
Released: Jul 10, 2019

Young Justice-lost in the Multiverse! After the explosive conclusion to their Gemworld adventure, the team is having a tough time finding their way back to their Earth. No, we can't tell you where they end up, but rest assured, you will be surprised! But as exciting as all that is, we have bigger problems to deal with as Tim Drake is about to do so...

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DSMister reviewed Young Justice #6 Jun 5, 2019

I know I love books when I get to laugh at them, cry at them, rage at them... you get the drill. And this one just made me laugh plenty of times.

I love the interactions with the team as a whole. We haven't quite gotten to individual to individual relationships, but hey, if I'm guessing correctly, we have plenty of time! Those awkward moments when the characters don't say anything feels more

Young Justice #6

By: Brian Michael Bendis, John Timms
Released: Jun 5, 2019

The secrets of Gemworld begin to unlock themselves for the newly reformed members of Young Justice-Tim Drake, Conner Kent, Jinny Hex, Wonder Girl, Impulse and  the new Teen Lantern-but is it too late for the teen heroes to help Amethyst bring some order to her chaotic realm? Fan-favorite artist Elena Casagrande also joins the team as she delivers...

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DSMister reviewed Heroes In Crisis #6 Mar 18, 2019

I'll be honest. A lot of people who are criticizing this particular issue seem to complain that the arc is moving too slowly. Just a reminder that this issue isn't plot driven: it's character driven. Yes, I'll admit, this whole series is, overall, plot-driven. But two of the issues were supposed to drive into the characters, and I think 3 and 6 were meant to do that.

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Heroes In Crisis #6

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Feb 27, 2019

Get a deeper look into the inner workings of Sanctuary. When heroes visited the facility, they relived their trauma through virtual reality, contending with the events that brought them there in the hope of reaching a meaningful resolution. That is, until the trauma took over and escalated these personal events into a full-blown crisis! Find out wh...

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