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LittleMAK reviewed Immortal Hulk #37 Sep 16, 2020
10

And we’re back!

Immortal Hulk #37

By: Al Ewing, Joe Bennett
Released: Sep 16, 2020

• When Bruce Banner first came to Shadow Base, he was cut up into pieces and stored in jars. Now Shadow Base is under his control.
•  But Bruce Banner was only the second test subject.
•  Now... THE FIRST is free.

Rated T+

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LittleMAK reviewed Fire Power #3 Sep 2, 2020
10

THIS IS IT! The Action, the writing,the art and the story is top notch! This is far one of the most enjoyable image comics i’ve read in a long time. It isn’t that serious and it isn’t that funny, it’s somewhere in between those and i think that’s what a comic should be! But i kinda have a feeling that is gonna be like Invincible, starting off really good,bright and fun then turning into more

Fire Power #3

By: Robert Kirkman, Chris Samnee
Released: Sep 2, 2020

Things just keep getting worse for Owen, as it becomes clear that he cannot protect his family from his past. Whether he likes it or not, he's going to have to face who he is, what he's done-and who he's meant to be...before it's too late!

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LittleMAK reviewed Fire Power #2 Sep 2, 2020
9.0

The aspects of Owen’s family to this story is just absolutely fabulous. It’s so smart,funny and unique. And this arc is starting to fasten up. I think Fire Power is the best series coming out of Image right now!this is just for this issue but i thought they kinda extended but that’s just my opinion

Fire Power #2

By: Robert Kirkman, Chris Samnee
Released: Aug 5, 2020

Owen Johnson thought he could turn his back on his training, his power, and that dangerous world he never wanted to be a part of. Unfortunately for Owen and his family, the danger has found him, and whether he wants it or not, the FIRE POWER is the only thing that can save them.

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LittleMAK reviewed Fire Power #1 Sep 2, 2020
9.5

This is a new take on a some-what classic matter. I think that Kirkman’s going to take this story to places we haven’t seen. I just want to say that, don’t be a “Im just a marvel/dc guy”. Just read the damn book, and you will see it’s one of the best stories on the shelf! And Chris Samnee’s art is perfect as usual.

Fire Power #1

By: Robert Kirkman, Chris Samnee
Released: Aug 5, 2020

SERIES PREMIERE! ALL-NEW monthly series created by ROBERT KIRKMAN and CHRIS SAMNEE! The one who wields the fire power is destined to save the world, but Owen Johnson has turned his back on that life. He doesn't want the power-he never did. He only wants to spend time with his family and live his life, but unseen forces are at work to make that impo...

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LittleMAK liked this:
10

As per usual, this was great. Shame DC canceled it.

John Constantine: Hellblazer #9

By: Simon Spurrier, Matias Bergara
Released: Aug 26, 2020

The British royal family has always had an interest in breeding the world’s finest racehorses. When one disgraced royal cooks up a scheme to re-create the most magical of all horses, it’s up to John Constantine to stop him from unleashing a bloodthirsty horror!

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LittleMAK liked this:
10

Another fantastic issue. Just really sharp, engaging and interesting. This is the last series DC should be cancelling right now.

John Constantine: Hellblazer #9

By: Simon Spurrier, Matias Bergara
Released: Aug 26, 2020

The British royal family has always had an interest in breeding the world’s finest racehorses. When one disgraced royal cooks up a scheme to re-create the most magical of all horses, it’s up to John Constantine to stop him from unleashing a bloodthirsty horror!

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Liem Duong - Aug 26, 2020

As much as I hate to say it, if it doesn't sell, stop selling it. Most of the Sandman Universe material have been fantastic, Hellblazer included. But if Gaiman its not going to sell..This is just a thing in the comic book industry. If nobody really is reading it, does ti really matter if its good? Especially with all the layoffs at DC, its something that just has to happen. Its sucks, but cancelling it is what DC needs to do if it wants to keep going. It will come back, I'm sure of it.

ohhaimark - Aug 27, 2020

No, I know. I'm just saying quality-wise, there are so many more series at DC I'd rather see get the axe. Oh, and there's already some Black Label thing by Tom Taylor coming out, but I doubt that'll be as good as this.

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I just can’t... This series is just so perfect. Simon Spurrier’s Hellblazer started off really good as all Hellblazer writers do, but Spurrier just turned into something fresh, something new and something we haven’t seen in years in the Hellblazer stories. I think that his biggest gift is that he can blend in laugh out loud stories and the ultra dark ghost stories really well. There isn’t more

John Constantine: Hellblazer #9

By: Simon Spurrier, Matias Bergara
Released: Aug 26, 2020

The British royal family has always had an interest in breeding the world’s finest racehorses. When one disgraced royal cooks up a scheme to re-create the most magical of all horses, it’s up to John Constantine to stop him from unleashing a bloodthirsty horror!

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LittleMAK - Aug 26, 2020

Thank you Inknight033 for sharing. Im going to paste it in my review

Liem Duong - Aug 26, 2020

Because it doesn't sell. Its a shame, because majority of the Sandman Universe titles are absolutely stellar, matching the quality of the old Sandman, but they don't sell. They don't make money in floppies, and I am presuming they don't make much in graphc novels as well if it warrents them to be cancelled. That just what happens in comics. Many good comics like this will be canceled, many good comics will not be read.

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Nihilist reviewed Batman: Three Jokers #1 Aug 25, 2020
9.5

Just few days ago The Batman's trailer was released, to univeersal shock and praise of its dense, violent, dark atmosphere. It's by no means perfect and the final movie may end up being a misstep, but as of now, most sceptics seemingly vanished after seeing Pattinson obliterating a street thug and realizing they may have judget the book by its cover.
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Batman: Three Jokers #1

By: Geoff Johns, Jason Fabok
Released: Aug 26, 2020

Thirty years after Batman: The Killing Joke changed comics forever, Three Jokers reexamines the myth of who, or what, The Joker is and what is at the heart of his eternal battle with Batman. New York Times bestselling writer Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok, the writer/artist team that waged the “Darkseid War” in the pages of Justice League, reunite...

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ohhaimark - Aug 26, 2020

I'm honestly just psyched for Paul Dano as The Riddler.

YourGreenMuse - Aug 26, 2020

Was I the only one left with a passive feeling? I'm not any more or less excited about the movie since seeing the trailer. I think the movie will be pretty good. The best thing I could say to a friend after seeing the trailer was "I'm glad they're not fucking with the voice."

LittleMAK reviewed Batman: Three Jokers #1 Aug 25, 2020
10

The wait was worth it! I never knew we would get this mini series, after years of cancellations I’ve got to admit, I thought all hope was lost but Geoff Johns did it again! He didn’t disappoint us. Geoff Johns is probably the guy who can write literally anything, I mean the guy can wrote about my poop and people would still read it (in a good way). This comic was flawless, Jason Fabok’s artw more

Batman: Three Jokers #1

By: Geoff Johns, Jason Fabok
Released: Aug 26, 2020

Thirty years after Batman: The Killing Joke changed comics forever, Three Jokers reexamines the myth of who, or what, The Joker is and what is at the heart of his eternal battle with Batman. New York Times bestselling writer Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok, the writer/artist team that waged the “Darkseid War” in the pages of Justice League, reunite...

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LittleMAK liked this:
10

Morbid, cynical, and great as always.

John Constantine: Hellblazer #8

By: Simon Spurrier, Aaron Campbell
Released: Jul 29, 2020

Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned-especially one with gills, claws, and the teeth of a shark. Will John Constantine protect the fishermen who are in the siren’s sights? Or will he lead them right to her?

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LittleMAK liked this:
10

This is such a satisfying issue. Not much more to add. The series of the year so far.

John Constantine: Hellblazer #8

By: Simon Spurrier, Aaron Campbell
Released: Jul 29, 2020

Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned-especially one with gills, claws, and the teeth of a shark. Will John Constantine protect the fishermen who are in the siren’s sights? Or will he lead them right to her?

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LittleMAK rated Immortal Hulk #36 Aug 13, 2020
10

Immortal Hulk #36

By: Al Ewing, Joe Bennett
Released: Aug 12, 2020

• NO HAPPY ENDINGS.
Rated T+

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LittleMAK reviewed Immortal Hulk #33 Jul 30, 2020
10

this is fucking crazy.

Immortal Hulk #33

By: Al Ewing, Joe Bennett
Released: Mar 25, 2020

• Celebrating 750 ISSUES of the INCREDIBLE H%LKTM! Something is wrong. Something has compromised the simulacrum.
•  EXTRA-SIZE HULK-SM&SHING ACTIONTM! Banner is refusing to yield. Something is wrong.
•  PL#S! ENTER - THE THOUGHTFUL MAN! Something is wrong. Something is wrong. Something is wrong.
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10

Did Constantine just gave us a lesson on the meaning of love? I think he really did. I mean I don’t know how I could praise Simon Spurrier and his amazing artist Aaron Campbell more but goddamn they never disappoint us! And from the first stories of hellblazer, one of Constantine’s biggest thing was that he can bring so much humanity and so much personality and so much relatability to the forc more

John Constantine: Hellblazer #8

By: Simon Spurrier, Aaron Campbell
Released: Jul 29, 2020

Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned-especially one with gills, claws, and the teeth of a shark. Will John Constantine protect the fishermen who are in the siren’s sights? Or will he lead them right to her?

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LittleMAK rated Immortal Hulk #35 Jul 28, 2020
10

Immortal Hulk #35

By: Al Ewing, Mike Hawthorne
Released: Jul 15, 2020

The war with the Minotaur is over — and a grateful humanity knows who saved them all. Can Shadow Base come out of the shadows? Can the world believe in Bruce Banner? Can there be a happy ending... for the IMMORTAL HULK?

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LittleMAK reviewed Decorum #1 Jul 6, 2020
8.5

The first issue of Decorum was a little bit confusing which is expected by every book written by Jonathan Hickman (in a good way) and I love he just completely tells us nothing in the first 10 pages and that’s bloody amazing, I mean he creates weird ass worlds and they all turn out to be epic. I’m sure that they will connect the war in the first pages to the main story and the stuff the carrie more

Decorum #1

By: Jonathan Hickman, Mike Huddleston
Released: Mar 11, 2020

SERIES PREMIERE! There are many assassins in the known universe. This is the story of the most well-mannered one. "Manners are a sensitive awareness of the feelings of others. If you have that awareness, you have good manners, no matter what knife you use."

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LittleMAK liked this:
10

This is just a damn perfect issue. There's not much I can really say about this series that would do it justice, aside from praising it as the best series out right now (it is). Not a bad issue. Not even a "good" issue. Everything so far has been phenomenal, and I hope they can keep it up. As for this particular issue, it's just as good as everything before it. The humor is on point, the art is un more

John Constantine: Hellblazer #7

By: Simon Spurrier, Aaron Campbell
Released: Jun 24, 2020

How are all those poor British fishermen supposed to keep the French out of their waters? By summoning an ancient merwoman, perhaps? Of course, there's the little matter of what to do with her once she's served her purpose...and what to do about this John Constantine fellow who's come sniffing around to find her himself...

10

I think that Simon spurrier has become one of my favorite writers in hellblazer, I mean the stuff with the dreaming was good too, but hellblazer is just on another level. I mean he can show us that he can make little ghost stories turn into poetic horror. I can easily say that with this issue, Spurrier made mermaids scary. This is the best run on hellblazer since Brian Azarello’s run, John Const more

John Constantine: Hellblazer #7

By: Simon Spurrier, Aaron Campbell
Released: Jun 24, 2020

How are all those poor British fishermen supposed to keep the French out of their waters? By summoning an ancient merwoman, perhaps? Of course, there's the little matter of what to do with her once she's served her purpose...and what to do about this John Constantine fellow who's come sniffing around to find her himself...

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allenquanobi reviewed Daredevil #20 Jun 10, 2020
10

Haven't done a review in a while b/c of circumstances, but holy mother of god. What an issue. This entire arc has just been an amazing buildup and payoff, this issue in particular is just the amazing climax that Zdarsky has been building towards since issue 1. Matt is back, and he is better than ever, and the fight scenes are all so amazing. The use of radar sense is also awesome to see again, more

Daredevil #20

By: Chip Zdarsky, Marco Checchetto
Released: Jun 10, 2020

• The streets of Hell's Kitchen are burning as all hell breaks loose.
•  In the chaos, Matt must discover what it means to be DAREDEVIL.
Rated T+

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LittleMAK reviewed Daredevil #20 Jun 11, 2020
10

With this issue, actually this whole series puts Zdarsky as one of the top writers on marvel. Inferno was an short but powerful, impactful story arc. Everything from the beginning to the climax was just amazing. I love daredevil. I love zdarsky!

Daredevil #20

By: Chip Zdarsky, Marco Checchetto
Released: Jun 10, 2020

• The streets of Hell's Kitchen are burning as all hell breaks loose.
•  In the chaos, Matt must discover what it means to be DAREDEVIL.
Rated T+

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10

This issue was for the ones who didn’t really liked Noah as a replacement for chas (I am one of them) but spurrier proves that Noah is an amazing and good hearted character in just one issue. This issue was poetic and had very good details about its character, even the ones we see only for a page. This issue is scary, poetic and at times funny. Its everything hellblazer wants to be and should be more

John Constantine: Hellblazer #6

By: Simon Spurrier, Aaron Campbell
Released: Jun 3, 2020

As Noah's mother lies in the hospital, deep in a coma with no prognosis of awakening, John Constantine makes the acquaintance of a rapacious spirit-one with a terrifying significance for all of England.

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LittleMAK rated Strange Adventures #1 Apr 25, 2020
10

Strange Adventures #1

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: Mar 4, 2020

After winning five Eisner Awards and topping year-end "best of lists," the comic book of 2019 was Mister Miracle. The comic book of 2020 will be Strange Adventures.
The Mister Miracle team of writer Tom King and artist Mitch Gerads are joined by fan-favorite artist Evan "Doc" Shaner to bring you an epic tale in the tradition of Watchmen, The D...

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LittleMAK liked this:
9.5

Funny at times, serious at others. Some nice nods to past characters again. Matias Bergara's art gives it a completely different feel to the first story-arc. It's not dark and gritty, but bright and colourful. He is brilliant at facial expressions, especially Constantine's. I'm intrigued by the mystery that's building. This title is the first book I read on release day. Can't wait for issue six!

John Constantine: Hellblazer #5

By: Simon Spurrier, Matias Bergara
Released: Mar 25, 2020

John Constantine has just been named the One True Magelord of All England. Please pray for England.

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LittleMAK rated Lucifer #17 Apr 1, 2020
10

Lucifer #17

By: Dan Watters, Sebastian Fiumara
Released: Feb 19, 2020

Fear. Thrill. Blood. Honor. These are the four horsemen of Odin's wild hunt, whose prey Lucifer must-despite his personal feelings-protect at all costs, lest the Devil be cast back into the pit whence he came.

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LittleMAK rated Lucifer #16 Apr 1, 2020
10

Lucifer #16

By: Dan Watters, Fernando Blanco
Released: Jan 15, 2020

Who is the Hunted God? That is what Lucifer must discover after prophecy dictates he must save this mysterious prey from a deadly fate in the Wild Hunt, a mythic quest led by one of the most dangerous entities in existence: Odin himself.

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LittleMAK rated Lucifer #15 Apr 1, 2020
10

Lucifer #15

By: Dan Watters, Fernando Blanco
Released: Dec 18, 2019

Lucifer is hosting. With his new abode complete, the prince of darkness is throwing a nice little housewarming dinner party to break the place in. Invited are a collection of miserable individuals whose souls are the devil's to command. But when an uninvited guest by the name of John Constantine crashes the party, all hell breaks loose.
Meanwhi...

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LittleMAK rated Lucifer #14 Apr 1, 2020
10

Lucifer #14

By: Dan Watters, Fernando Blanco
Released: Nov 20, 2019

Lucifer is playing house. The devil arrives in the village of Haybury, West Yorkshire with designs on building a quaint new life for himself. Unfortunately for Lucifer, the universe has other plans for him, as he finds himself directly in the crosshairs of a cosmic hunting party. Meanwhile: a dead soldier grows impatient, a prophecy is given, and a...

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LittleMAK rated Lucifer #13 Apr 1, 2020
10

Lucifer #13

By: Dan Watters, Max Fiumara
Released: Oct 16, 2019

Lucifer is at war. Standing alone against Heaven, the Devil is forced to play his greatest trick. Meanwhile: an important decision is made regarding a baked potato, and the blood of an angel stains the sands of Earth.

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LittleMAK rated Lucifer #12 Apr 1, 2020
10

Lucifer #12

By: Dan Watters, Max Fiumara
Released: Sep 18, 2019

Lucifer is in the Dreaming. Time is almost up for Sycorax, and so the devil dares travel to where gods begin and end. Meanwhile: an old god's temple is torn down, and angel flesh proves less than palatable.

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LittleMAK rated Lucifer #11 Apr 1, 2020
10

Lucifer #11

By: Dan Watters, Max Fiumara
Released: Aug 21, 2019

Lucifer is in the void. Sinking into the nothingness beneath all existence, he must decide if he even wishes to return to the world. Elsewhere: two witches commandeer a rowboat, and Caliban fills his belly.

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