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Peter reviewed Darkwing Duck #1 Jan 27, 2023
8.5

I grew up watching DW Duck, and this threw me right back to my childhood. Great art, fun stand alone story, so I'm assuming the next issues will tell one story per issue. Highly recommend for all ages.

Darkwing Duck #1

By: Amanda Deibert, Carlo Lauro
Released: Jan 25, 2023

He is the terror that flaps in the night...He is the ferocious fowl who plucks the evil eye from the face of foul play...He is Darkwing Duck! Alongside his trusty sidekick Lauchpad McQuack, Darkwing hyper-vigilantly defends St. Canard from the dastardly, devilish demons who would wage wanton war! By night, our caped defender lurks in the shadows, s...

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JBL Reviews reviewed X-Force #27 Apr 12, 2022
4.5

Looks like this one got great reviews, but I was lost. What was the deal with Beast’s eye? What was the flying Cerebro thing?

X-Force #27

By: Ben Percy, Robert Gill
Released: Apr 6, 2022

ENTER CEREBRAX!
An all-new jumping-on point as the DESTINY OF X begins! As WOLVERINE returns to Krakoa, the mind-melding threat of CEREBRAX grips the island via a security flaw that X-FORCE will have to defend against! But where does it come from, and what does it want with FORGE?
PARENTAL ADVISORY

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Peter - Apr 18, 2022

The biggest problem I'm having with certain titles, such as this... is it's like all our nothing. You either read all, or almost all X-Men titles or you're just lost.

Peter reviewed Spider-Gwen: Gwenverse #1 Apr 16, 2022
3.0

This book is really bad... I only gave it a 3 because the artwork is actually decent. But the story and dialogue seems designed to entertain an 8-year-old. I just don't like how Marvel, and writers like this are cheapening time travel and the idea of the Multiverse... but this book stomped all over it and made it look like it's some joke. I'm bummed that I paid Cover for this book and that I pre-o more

Spider-Gwen: Gwenverse #1

By: Tim Seeley, Jodi Nishijima
Released: Mar 9, 2022

NOT ENOUGH GWENS!
When Gwen Stacy was bitten by a radioactive spider, she gained arachnid-like super-powers and started a crimefighting career as Spider-Woman (or as she's affectionately known to her peers, Ghost-Spider)! But what would have happened if instead she had picked up the enchanted hammer, Mjolnir? Or if she received the Super-Soldie...

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Peter reviewed Birds of Prey #1 Jun 4, 2020
7.5

I thought the artwork was fairly decent. The story was ok, too. The ending kindasucked... but not too many books end on "bang". Overall not nearly as bad as some people are reviewing it. I feel like people are all jazzed up on the racist card right now and they're so quick to jump on any situation they deem as "racist"...what ever happened to good old fashioned sense of acceptance. Not everyone or 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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8.5

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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Peter reviewed The Orville #1 Jul 18, 2019
9.0

I rated it a 9 because I really enjoy the show and feel that they could not have emulated the show in the form of a comic book better than this. The dialogue felt very reminiscent of the show. I enjoyed the story and look forward to the follow up to this first book. The artwork was decent, I would rate the it an 8/10. The story carries the book for me.

The Orville #1

By: David Goodman, David Cabeza
Released: Jul 17, 2019

On their way to a fleet conference via shuttle, Ed and Gordon pick up a distress signal from a century-old buoy belonging to a Union ship and decide to investigate. Meanwhile, back on the Orville, Kelly tries to mediate when Bortus insists on enrolling Topa into school even though he is only a few months old.
o Picks up where season one left of...

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