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LunaMoody reviewed Batman #94 Jul 9, 2020
10

I enjoyed reading this issue for many reasons. I did have a few minor issues with it but over all I liked it.

THINGS I LOVED ABOUT THE ISSUE..........

1. The dialogue between Bat/Cat was emotional and beautiful. I loved it !!!

2. I love that now the Joker has all of Batman's money, toys and even the cave. If written right this could make for a very fun and intere more

Batman #94

By: James Tynion IV, Rafael Albuquerque
Released: Jul 8, 2020

The Designer’s machinations have left Batman’s life in tatters! Gotham City’s ambitious rebuilding has skittered to a halt as  new powers are rising to shape its destiny-and Batman is powerless to stop them! With no Alfred or Bat-Family to lean on, the Dark Knight stands alone against the ascendance of his greatest adversary! 

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SONOFBATMANN reviewed Batman #94 Jul 7, 2020
7.0

Penguin said it best in this issue, "It's going to be a long, bloody summer."

Pretty much your by the book calm before the storm issue. Stage is set, pieces are in play, now just to sit back and watch the show!

Batman #94

By: James Tynion IV, Rafael Albuquerque
Released: Jul 8, 2020

The Designer’s machinations have left Batman’s life in tatters! Gotham City’s ambitious rebuilding has skittered to a halt as  new powers are rising to shape its destiny-and Batman is powerless to stop them! With no Alfred or Bat-Family to lean on, the Dark Knight stands alone against the ascendance of his greatest adversary! 

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8.0

It seemed perfectly good to me.

Batman #94

By: James Tynion IV, Rafael Albuquerque
Released: Jul 8, 2020

The Designer’s machinations have left Batman’s life in tatters! Gotham City’s ambitious rebuilding has skittered to a halt as  new powers are rising to shape its destiny-and Batman is powerless to stop them! With no Alfred or Bat-Family to lean on, the Dark Knight stands alone against the ascendance of his greatest adversary! 

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Afre reviewed Batman #94 Jul 8, 2020
8.5

It is an epilogue and a set-up for things to come. So yes, it is slow and it is very skippable issue But I still liked it a lot. I just like how Tynion writes Bruce.

Batman #94

By: James Tynion IV, Rafael Albuquerque
Released: Jul 8, 2020

The Designer’s machinations have left Batman’s life in tatters! Gotham City’s ambitious rebuilding has skittered to a halt as  new powers are rising to shape its destiny-and Batman is powerless to stop them! With no Alfred or Bat-Family to lean on, the Dark Knight stands alone against the ascendance of his greatest adversary! 

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AsgersWeb reviewed Batman #94 Jul 8, 2020
9.0

My opinion might change when the entire story is out but I don't get why people are hating on this. This book was brilliant. The scene with Bruce and Selina on the phone was so emotional. The ending seemed rushed, I would've liked to se it later on in the run. But overall this is gearing up to be one epic arc, I would've liked them to have some more small scale stories after King's run and then ge more

Batman #94

By: James Tynion IV, Rafael Albuquerque
Released: Jul 8, 2020

The Designer’s machinations have left Batman’s life in tatters! Gotham City’s ambitious rebuilding has skittered to a halt as  new powers are rising to shape its destiny-and Batman is powerless to stop them! With no Alfred or Bat-Family to lean on, the Dark Knight stands alone against the ascendance of his greatest adversary! 

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Liem Duong - Jul 8, 2020

The Bat-Cat thing was super cheesy, not gonna lie. It reminded me of King's dialogue between them. For god sake just use each other's names.

LunaMoody reviewed Swamp Thing: New Roots #6 Jun 7, 2020
8.5

Love the ending. LOL

Swamp Thing: New Roots #6

By: Mark Russell, Marco Santucci
Released: May 27, 2020

Swamp Thing foiled Sunderland’s plan to create sentient, self-harvesting crops, but now Sunderland is aiming even higher. It could mean the end of the world as we know it...and the beginning of a brand-new one.

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8.5

Swamp Thing: New Roots #5

By: Mark Russell, Marco Santucci
Released: May 19, 2020

At Sunderland’s request, the U.S. military is testing ways to annihilate the monstrous threat known as the Swamp Thing. From swamp to city they’ll hunt him, and while their target tries to keep the innocent from becoming collateral damage, the same can’t be said of his pursuers...

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LunaMoody reviewed Swamp Thing: New Roots #4 Jun 7, 2020
8.5

Story still going strong. I'm enjoying it

Swamp Thing: New Roots #4

By: Mark Russell, Marco Santucci
Released: May 13, 2020

Word has gotten out about the existence of Swamp Thing—and now tourists are swarming the swamp looking for a glimpse of the bigfoot of the bayou. The sudden popularity only accelerates Sunderland Corporation’s plans to destroy him, but Swamp Thing finds help from an unexpected quarter...whether he wants it or not.

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LunaMoody reviewed Swamp Thing: New Roots #3 Jun 7, 2020
9.0

Good story

Swamp Thing: New Roots #3

By: Mark Russell, Marco Santucci
Released: May 6, 2020

Word has gotten out about the existence of Swamp Thing—and now tourists are swarming the swamp looking for a glimpse of the bigfoot of the bayou. The sudden popularity only accelerates Sunderland Corporation’s plans to destroy him, but Swamp Thing finds help from an unexpected quarter...whether he wants it or not.

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LunaMoody reviewed Swamp Thing: New Roots #2 Jun 7, 2020
10

Good story. I liked the ( voodoo lady??? ) too bad she ended up bad and was killed.

Swamp Thing: New Roots #2

By: Mark Russell, Marco Santucci
Released: Apr 29, 2020

Swamp Thing scours the bayou when an old friend goes missing, but all the while, an unexpected enemy is coming for Swamp Thing himself...

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LunaMoody reviewed Swamp Thing: New Roots #1 Jun 7, 2020
9.0

I don't normally read Swamp Thing books but at this price I gave it a try. I'm glad I did. I really enjoyed reading it. I hope it continues being written for a long time to come.

Swamp Thing: New Roots #1

By: Mark Russell, Marco Santucci
Released: Apr 22, 2020

The Sunderland Corporation has a new plan to trap and exploit Swamp Thing. With enemies surrounding him, who can Swamp Thing trust?

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LunaMoody reviewed Catwoman #21 Mar 11, 2020
6.5

The ending of this story arc was in par with the entire arc. In other words not that good. The story and the characters just sucked. I'm so glad this ends Jones's run on the comic. Now maybe we can get some good stories told. I hope so anyway.

That being said there was some good parts to this comic.....

1. I loved the blue flashback art. It was masterfully done. That alone more

Catwoman #21

By: Joelle Jones, Fernando Blanco
Released: Mar 11, 2020

In this action-packed conclusion to the Villa Hermosa epic, Catwoman and Raina Creel go head-to-head. Win or lose, this is a crossroads for Catwoman. Will she stay with her sister in their new home, or return to Gotham City and the life she hoped she had left behind?

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Quinn - Mar 11, 2020

Well said. Did they ever answer questions like why Maggie was in this country, why Selina just didn’t take her away, why Creel had all those women dress up as Catwoman? I mean the art was great. Bold images, as artists often do, but story needs plot, characterization and dialogue. I found this lacking. Or I could be wrong.

LunaMoody - Mar 12, 2020

Quinn Hi Your so right about this arc lacking in everything but good art work. None of those questions were answered. If I was to rate this just for story alone it wouldn't even rate a 1. I'm so glad we are getting new writers. Hopefully things will improve now. I doubt it could get worse.

LunaMoody reviewed Batman #90 Mar 4, 2020
10

This issue was pretty good. I'm enjoying this writers run so far. Of course there are a few things I don't like.

Don't like.....

1. If the Designer really is this brilliant. scary major villain, then why hasn’t Batman heard of him? Batman and the Justice League supposedly watch over crime all over the world. Wouldn't they have at least a brief knowledge of him? And what is more

Batman #90

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Mar 4, 2020

The mysterious master criminal known only as the Designer once brought together Gotham City's greatest criminals to plot the perfect crime, and now his plan has been unleashed upon the city in all its might. Batman will go to any length to uncover the grand design, but Catwoman is the one who holds the greatest secret. If Batman wins against the De...

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LunaMoody reviewed Batman #89 Feb 21, 2020
10

I'm liking this run so far. The story has been interesting and has a lot of energy to it with all the action going on.

Disliked..........

1. I do have some issues with the writers choices when it comes to what we are allowed to see and what we are not. I'm sure I'm not alone in wishing that we could've gotten to see Catwoman vs Merlin and Harley vs Cheshire rather then them more

Batman #89

By: James Tynion IV, Guillem March
Released: Feb 19, 2020

Batman must stop Deathstroke from killing the mayor of Gotham City! But to do so he has to figure out who ordered the hit in the first place. If his four main suspects aren't 'fessing up to the crime, then is there someone even more sinister lurking in the shadows waiting to deliver the coup de grâce? Whoever it is, one victim will fall under thei...

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LunaMoody reviewed Harley Quinn & Poison Ivy #6 Feb 19, 2020
7.5

The ending really pisses me off. Why wont DC ever let their characters that should be together ever actually get to be together? I really like Ivy and Harley together. They are both great characters and they ground each other. Yet each time they get together it's only to get broken up again. Just like with Catwoman and Batman. They are amazing together but once again DC is breaking them up. You ca more

Harley Quinn & Poison Ivy #6

By: Jody Houser, Adriana Melo
Released: Feb 12, 2020

It's the end of the road for our Gotham City sirens...and the revelation of Poison Ivy's shocking secret will rock you to your core! Will Harley Quinn be able to make the ultimate sacrifice to become the hero she so desperately wants to be? Or will old habits die hard and end Harley and Ivy's friendship forever?

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LunaMoody reviewed Wolverine #1 Feb 19, 2020
10

Good start to the series. I'm all in for this book and looking forward to the next issue

Wolverine #1

By: Ben Percy, Adam Kubert
Released: Feb 19, 2020

THE BEST IS BACK!
Wolverine been through a lot. He's been a loner. He's been a killer. He's been a hero. He's been an Avenger. He's been to hell and back. Now, as the nation of Krakoa brings together all Mutantkind, he can finally be... happy? With his family all together and safe, Wolverine has everything he ever wanted... and everything to lo...

LunaMoody reviewed Joker: Killer Smile #3 Feb 19, 2020
10

I really enjoyed this series. I almost didn't get it after reading the first book. I mean lets face it, it's basically just a changed up version of how the Joker made Harley. But I really liked the art so I bought the rest of the series and I'm glad I did. It was good. But as good as it was I have to admit the 10 rating is for my favorite part of the book...... Joker calling Batman Mr.Pouty. That more

Joker: Killer Smile #3

By: Jeff Lemire, Andrea Sorrentino
Released: Feb 19, 2020

DC Black Label Prestige Plus 8.5" x 10.875"
Everything Dr. Ben Arnell knew is wrong. Who can he turn to? The Joker waits with open arms...and all he needs from Ben is open cell doors! The unbelievable psychological thriller from the creators of Gideon Falls hits a fever pitch and crashes to its decisive finale...or does it?

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LunaMoody reviewed Nightwing #69 Feb 19, 2020
7.0

I think this wraps up the story arc of the Owls. It was way better then the Nightwings arc has been but still could've used work. I do have to say I am totally looking forward to next months issue with the Joker. Now that SHOULD be good. Here's hoping anyway

Nightwing #69

By: Dan Jurgens, Ronan Cliquet
Released: Feb 19, 2020

Following the events of October's Night-wing Annual #2, Ric Grayson is getting closer to the truth about what happened to him. Talon has been vanquished, but his interference has put Ric on the trail of other members of the Court of Owls. Have they been taking advantage of his injured state from the beginning? And what does that mean for the life h...

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LunaMoody reviewed Batman: Pennyworth R.I.P. #1 Feb 14, 2020
7.5

Okay this was mostly well done. It was a pretty good tribute to a beloved character. It did have some major flaws in my opinion though.

1. Cassie should have been there to tell her Alfred story also. She is Bruce's adopted daughter and as such her voice should have been heard.
2. Jason should not have been told to not come to the opening. He also was adopted by Bruce and should b more

Batman: Pennyworth R.I.P. #1

By: James Tynion IV, Eddy Barrows
Released: Feb 12, 2020

Alfred Pennyworth served the Wayne family for decades-even through the tragic loss of Bruce Wayne's parents. His death at the hands of Bane is the only event that could possibly compare to that fateful night in Crime Alley, and it leaves Bruce at a similar crossroads. If Alfred was the glue that held the Bat-Family together, how will Batman deal wi...

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Nihilist reviewed Batman: Pennyworth R.I.P. #1 Feb 12, 2020
4.5

While the premise for this comic is definitely good, aside from the fact Alfred's death was one of the most disappointing moments in already utterly disappointing run of Tom King's Batman, the execution seems... cynical, calculated. It didn't feel like celebration of Alfred's life and his relations to the rest of the Bat Family. Instead, I though I'm reading carefully crafted chain of scenes desig more

Batman: Pennyworth R.I.P. #1

By: James Tynion IV, Eddy Barrows
Released: Feb 12, 2020

Alfred Pennyworth served the Wayne family for decades-even through the tragic loss of Bruce Wayne's parents. His death at the hands of Bane is the only event that could possibly compare to that fateful night in Crime Alley, and it leaves Bruce at a similar crossroads. If Alfred was the glue that held the Bat-Family together, how will Batman deal wi...

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LunaMoody - Feb 14, 2020

I liked a lot of Kings run also. Dislike a lot as well. I think the biggest problem DC has right now with it's books and writers is that they are trying to write books/novel like stories and most of the writers just are not good enough to write that long or detail involved story. If King had wrote this as only a 12 issue arc it probably would have been amazing. But he tried to spread it out through his entire run and failed because of it.

myconius - Feb 19, 2020

DC Stuff - yeah, "figure it out later" that was the mantra to his ENTIRE run!! only he NEVER figured any of it out. the guy is clueless.

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MKW69 reviewed Batman: Pennyworth R.I.P. #1 Feb 12, 2020
6.5

It was too short. And it felt not complete, only Bat's Robins and Barbara are here. There should be others, like Alfred daughter Julia, Supes Cassandra, and others.

Batman: Pennyworth R.I.P. #1

By: James Tynion IV, Eddy Barrows
Released: Feb 12, 2020

Alfred Pennyworth served the Wayne family for decades-even through the tragic loss of Bruce Wayne's parents. His death at the hands of Bane is the only event that could possibly compare to that fateful night in Crime Alley, and it leaves Bruce at a similar crossroads. If Alfred was the glue that held the Bat-Family together, how will Batman deal wi...

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myconius - Feb 12, 2020

very good points. no mention of Alfred's daughter has even been made. and Superman and Wonder Woman definitely would have been there as well! this just shows how phoned in this really was.

LunaMoody - Feb 14, 2020

I agree

LunaMoody reviewed Catwoman #20 Feb 14, 2020
3.5

I for one am so ready for this story to be over and for Jones's run on the series to end already!!! It has been torture to read since the first issue. NONE of the side characters are interesting. The writer managed to make Catwoman boring!. Which is just mind boggling. Catwoman is an amazing, fun, vibrant exciting character. She's funny, strong, smart and so much more. Yet from the first issue Jo more

Catwoman #20

By: Joelle Jones, Fernando Blanco
Released: Feb 12, 2020

Raina Creel's thugs are making a move on the pawn shop where Catwoman has set up headquarters, and if Selina can't stop them, it could cost the lives of the allies she has working there. Luckily, none of them will go down without a fight; unluckily, Raina's biggest bad may have more fight than any of them can handle.

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M1sf1r3 reviewed Catwoman #20 Feb 12, 2020
5.0

Prelude:
Catwoman has been stalling for quite some time. Let's see how this issue fares.

The Good:
Nothing.

The Bad:
I don't like Blanco's art.

Let's throw away the new suit just as we get it! Sure, why not.

Conclusion:
The story exists and quite frankly, I just don't care.

Catwoman #20

By: Joelle Jones, Fernando Blanco
Released: Feb 12, 2020

Raina Creel's thugs are making a move on the pawn shop where Catwoman has set up headquarters, and if Selina can't stop them, it could cost the lives of the allies she has working there. Luckily, none of them will go down without a fight; unluckily, Raina's biggest bad may have more fight than any of them can handle.

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RBL reviewed Young Justice #13 Feb 5, 2020
1.5

Have not read this yet, going to make a guess and rate is as bad. Will return after reading to assess if the rating given is accurate.

Update: Turns out my previous rating of 3/10 was generous. Somehow 5 pages in I was already lost, the dialogue is just some of the worst there is out there.

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Young Justice #13

By: Brian Michael Bendis, John Timms
Released: Feb 5, 2020

Another Wonder Comics extravaganza kicks off with Young Justice searching for Conner Kent as the teen Superboy find himself trapped in the mysterious world of Skartaris, the home of legendary DC character Warlord! Wonder Comics curator and Young Justice writer Brian Michael Bendis welcomes writer David F. Walker to the team alongside rising-star ar...

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Nihilist reviewed Young Justice #13 Feb 5, 2020
4.5

I have no hopes this series will ever become better, and by "better" I mean "any decent". Bendis created his microcosm at DC, time and time reminding us about how Wonder Comics' characters are interconnected. And you know what? I don't mind that, the panel where Jinny's hunk of junk of a truck is being hauled by combined efforts of Wonder Girl, Naomi and Teen Lantern, is some real cool shit. That' more

Young Justice #13

By: Brian Michael Bendis, John Timms
Released: Feb 5, 2020

Another Wonder Comics extravaganza kicks off with Young Justice searching for Conner Kent as the teen Superboy find himself trapped in the mysterious world of Skartaris, the home of legendary DC character Warlord! Wonder Comics curator and Young Justice writer Brian Michael Bendis welcomes writer David F. Walker to the team alongside rising-star ar...

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KFuqua reviewed Young Justice #13 Feb 5, 2020
1.0

Just awful. The art is some of the worst I've seen in a professional comic, except for the awesome Mike Grell/Warlord pieces.

Young Justice #13

By: Brian Michael Bendis, John Timms
Released: Feb 5, 2020

Another Wonder Comics extravaganza kicks off with Young Justice searching for Conner Kent as the teen Superboy find himself trapped in the mysterious world of Skartaris, the home of legendary DC character Warlord! Wonder Comics curator and Young Justice writer Brian Michael Bendis welcomes writer David F. Walker to the team alongside rising-star ar...

LunaMoody reviewed Batman #88 Feb 5, 2020
9.5

This story is getting pretty good. I'm enjoying reading it. I do have a few issues with it but we haven't gotten the full story yet so I'm not going to complain to much about it. I do hope that when ever it was that Catwoman helped come up with this story it was after one of the times Batman had hurt her in the past. Of which there was many. Lets face it at times their relationship was rather like more

Batman #88

By: James Tynion IV, Guillem March
Released: Feb 5, 2020

The conspiracy that will rock Batman's world continues to unfold as the Dark Knight travels to Arkham Asylum to get answers from the Penguin! What dark secret does he share with The Joker, the Riddler, and...Catwoman? Plus, the plague of assassins descending upon Gotham City in its weakest moments continues! Will this be the moment when Deathstroke...

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LunaMoody reviewed Young Justice #13 Feb 5, 2020
1.0

I am once again mad at myself for buying this book. It has sucked from day one and does not look to be ever going to improve on that. Total waste of money. The issue is badly written. The art work was terrible. I kept saying I'm not going to continue to get it but I keep hoping it will get better and I just really like the character of Tim Drake even though he now is basically being called a male more

Young Justice #13

By: Brian Michael Bendis, John Timms
Released: Feb 5, 2020

Another Wonder Comics extravaganza kicks off with Young Justice searching for Conner Kent as the teen Superboy find himself trapped in the mysterious world of Skartaris, the home of legendary DC character Warlord! Wonder Comics curator and Young Justice writer Brian Michael Bendis welcomes writer David F. Walker to the team alongside rising-star ar...

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Superheroes for Hire - Feb 7, 2020

Not sure when they added Walker as an extra writer and Oeming as an extra writer, but I think only Bendis/Grell were the originally solicited team. Glad I didn't get hooked in by the Warlord tease.

LunaMoody reviewed DC's Crimes of Passion #1 Feb 5, 2020
1.0

Total waste of money. The stories were lame. The art work was terrible. I wish I could return it for a refund. oh and in case this is why you might be interested in buying it you should know the cover isn't even a story in it.

DC's Crimes of Passion #1

By: James Tynion IV, Greg Smallwood
Released: Feb 5, 2020

Passion. Betrayal. Murder. When you're a private investigator, these are things you experience daily. But when you add capes to the mix-like Batman, Catwoman, and Harley Quinn? Things get even messier. The name's Slam Bradley, and I'm telling you that this year's Valentine's Day special has more intrigue than you can shake a stick at. Ten tales of ...

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LunaMoody reviewed Detective Comics Annual #3 Jan 29, 2020
1.0

Boring, unnecessary waste of your time and money. It looks and feels like it was just thrown together. The art work is dreadful. The only tidbit that was of any interest was how wrecked Bruce let his gome get in Alfred's absence. That showed a lost man grieving. The rest of the book was junk. More worthy of a negative 1 rather then a 1 rating.

Detective Comics Annual #3

By: Peter J. Tomasi, Sumit Kumar
Released: Jan 29, 2020

Of all the mayhem and madness that "City of Bane" visited upon Batman's world, the death of Alfred Pennyworth had the greatest impact. As Bruce struggles to pick up the pieces of his life, the absence of the man who had always helped him is felt with devastating consequences. With new storm clouds brewing on the horizon, does Bruce Wayne have what ...

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