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TJMB3891 reviewed Green Lantern #1 Apr 6, 2021
5.0

I gave it a 5 because I love Dexter Soy so those points are only for him and I subtracted for life points because the writing was a mess. Geoffrey Thorne is kind of a jerk, if you've seen his Twitter you know this but maybe you didn't know that he's also bad at writing comic books. This issue wasn't terrible but it wasn't far off and for some strange reason he's using Teen Lantern who is just a po more

Green Lantern #1

By: Geoffrey Thorne, Marco Santucci
Released: Apr 7, 2021

As this new Green Lantern series begins, the newly formed United Planets and the Guardians of the Universe hold an intergalactic summit to decide who can best serve and protect the cosmos from danger. With the majority of Green Lanterns called back to Oa, John Stewart arrives alongside Teen Lantern Keli Quintela, whose powerful gauntlet could be on...

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Weird Science Jim - Apr 8, 2021

and there are sites that push for the trade cover quotes, but personally, I look at those as looking like you are a shill for the company, but that's just me

GL Fan 2814 - Apr 10, 2021

@Merlyn www.blogofoa.com

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Quinn reviewed Batman/Catwoman #4 Mar 30, 2021
4.0

What can I say? King's weaknesses as a writer are out in full force in this issue.

We are now a third through this story line and we know virtually nothing. Andrea Beaumont, for all intents and purposes, is a new character and we know nothing about her, her relationship with Bruce and her relationship with Selina. There is the movie, but this is her comic's debut and it's been a long ti more

Batman/Catwoman #4

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Mar 31, 2021

The Joker has hidden a bomb in Gotham-but there might be a bigger explosion if Batman proves his suspicions true, and Catwoman actually knows where it is! It’s a dangerous secret that threatens to destroy the couple’s relationship in its early days, and it’s going to reverberate throughout their time together. In the present day, it will affe...

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Weird Science Jim - Mar 30, 2021

Agree 200% with not knowing Phantasm! I see the same thing starting with Red X in Teen Titans Academy. Introducing a cartoon character into the comics should be a big deal, but Tom King seems like he is too lazy to do any of the leg work and just hopes you watched the movie!

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Mighty Morphin Comic Rater reviewed Alien #1 Mar 25, 2021
9.5

I think the mediocre reviews complaining about how slow this issue is are missing the subtle difference between action and suspense in storytelling. This issue, much like the original film, was about a slow buildup- initially establishing the baseline characters at their most human, with an undercurrent feeling that something just isn't right. The film did this by starting out with average Joes gr more

Alien #1

By: Phillip Kennedy Johnson, Salvador Larroca
Released: Mar 24, 2021

THE ICONIC CINEMATIC TERROR MAKES ITS MARVEL DEBUT!
Gabriel Cruz gave his life to Weyland-Yutani--In the case of an alien attack he barely survived, almost literally! Recently retired, Cruz is trying to patch things up with his abandoned son with the help of his friend, a Bishop-model android, but his re-entry into civilian life is not going sm...

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Weird Science Jim - Mar 27, 2021

The problem for me is that the movies can do this with added elements... music and film technique that comics can't. I would have liked more actual character work, but it looks like Cruz was infected with an Alien and I think he is actually a clone. The mysterious parts do seem to point to being takes from all of the Alien movies and I hope that PKJ develops them and not just mimics them.

Boudi - Apr 1, 2021

The movies work because they have good characters that we care about, the characters in this comic are all bland

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Merlyn reviewed Nightwing #78 Mar 16, 2021
1.5

I know Tom Taylor fans will be in awe of this but I find his writing more and more juvenile as years pass by. Plus some decisions and lines here are completely wrong. "Bruce may feel you should only be a hero when wearing a costume". Really? Dude has pomped a whole lot of money into Gotham, he's no.1 philanthropist, he's helped people by playing stupid in his Bruce Wayne identity whenever it was a more

Nightwing #78

By: Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo
Released: Mar 17, 2021

Nightwing is back-and his drive to keep Blüdhaven safe has never been stronger! But his adopted city has elected a new mayor with the last name Zucco. When Nightwing enlists Batgirl’s help in investigating the politician bearing the same name as the man who murdered his parents, she unearths details that will shock and fundamentally change the h...

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Weird Science Jim - Mar 26, 2021

I was hoping that would get a chuckle!

myconius - Mar 28, 2021

@Weird Science Jim - more than just a chuckle, good sir. ...that earned a well deserved Belly Laugh!! 😂😂😂

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Merlyn reviewed Batman/Superman #16 Mar 23, 2021
9.0

Truth, Justice and the American Way, Yang, it's not forbidden to say "the American way", not yet, anyway.

Batman/Superman #16

By: Gene Luen Yang, Ivan Reis
Released: Mar 24, 2021

In the aftermath of Dark Nights: Death Metal, catch a glimpse of brave new worlds within the DC Universe...but what are these strange planets? As we delve into the parallel lives of the Man of Steel and the Dark Knight, we’ll meet new villains, new heroes, alternate realities, and a transdimensional collision that you will need to see to believe!...

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Swift Planet - Mar 31, 2021

I never liked "Truth, Justice, and the American Way" for Superman's character. If anyone should care so little about being patriotic, it should be the alien that literally flies across the world to save a life when he hears someone in danger. He really cares about all of humanity, regardless of border, and I think he would be thinking specifically of the ideals Ma and Pa Kent taught him, not the soil he landed on. With that said I have nothing against whichever way he says it.

Comics Code Authorities - Apr 15, 2021

Especially in the times that story reflects. The good ol' days. When P.C. wasn't around to be forced on us.

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Ginnkgo reviewed Detective Comics #1034 Mar 23, 2021
9.0

I decided to jump ahead a few days and got this just to counter FENIXALASNEGRAS's ridiculous review. Bragging about spending money on their favorite series and then tank the review because they suddenly decide they are too cheap to read a comic and rate/write a review without reading the issue. Mora's art is always gorgeous and while I haven't read any of Tamaki's other writing (to my knowledge), more

Detective Comics #1034

By: Mariko Tamaki, Gleb Melnikov
Released: Mar 24, 2021

DC Future State may be over-but the present looks tense! With the loss of his fortune and manor, the election of Mayor Nakano, and the growing anti-vigilante sentiment in Gotham, Bruce Wayne must rethink how to be Batman...or risk being left behind by his own city. To make matters worse, a catastrophic crime wave has taken hold of the city, culmina...

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Phantom of Krankor - Mar 24, 2021

@Weird Science Jim If he was he wouldn't be wrong.

Weird Science Jim - Mar 25, 2021

lol

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KFuqua reviewed Harley Quinn #1 Mar 23, 2021
4.0

Just unreadable with the horrendous art by Rossmo. I still don't understand how he gets paid to draw comics.

Harley Quinn #1

By: Stephanie Phillips, Riley Rossmo
Released: Mar 24, 2021

Ahem! You better read this closely, ’cause we’ve got a red-hot relaunch on our hands here-and I should know! Harley Quinn here to let everyone know that I got a brand-new monthly series here with a brand-new status quo. I’m coming back to Gotham City to make up for the sins of my past, and help the city recover from “The Joker War”!
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Weird Science Jim - Mar 23, 2021

Not a fan of Rossmo myself, but people seem to like it because it’s “unique”. His style works better with some books like Martian Manhunter, but everyone looks like Invader Zim to me!

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fenixalasnegras reviewed Detective Comics #1034 Mar 23, 2021
4.5

In conclusion, no one gave a basis to justify the qualification and instead they flew into a rage. There are honest people who did not rate this number. And who asked me why five, the truth is that I had already read it to you, but it was an excellent opportunity to do an experiment on how many people only put the rating without actually reading it. And I'm glad they were few. In other places t more

Detective Comics #1034

By: Mariko Tamaki, Gleb Melnikov
Released: Mar 24, 2021

DC Future State may be over-but the present looks tense! With the loss of his fortune and manor, the election of Mayor Nakano, and the growing anti-vigilante sentiment in Gotham, Bruce Wayne must rethink how to be Batman...or risk being left behind by his own city. To make matters worse, a catastrophic crime wave has taken hold of the city, culmina...

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Mingthemerciless - Mar 23, 2021

Tom King may have had a good issue or two but overall his story was awful. So much so he was pulled prematurely from finishing his run at 100 issues. All Um saying is Tamaki dropped the ball on her future state title and she's running again with an FS centric build up. If a reader didnt like FS why would a run towards it be welcome by the same writer? Irrelevant?

myconius - Mar 26, 2021

@Mingthemerciless - WORD!!!

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GL Fan 2814 reviewed Crime Syndicate #1 Mar 2, 2021
3.0

I had high hopes for this, but the story wasn't very interesting. Not thrilled with Diana and Hal being replaced by Donna and John, either.

Crime Syndicate #1

By: Andy Schmidt, Bryan Hitch
Released: Mar 3, 2021

Spinning out of Dark Nights: Death Metal, the Multiverse is reborn-and Earth-3 with it! In this six-issue miniseries, witness the true origins of the malevolent makers of mayhem known as the Crime Syndicate as a common foe unites them! But how long can alliances last between villains like these?
Also in this issue, it’s the origin of Ultr...

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Weird Science Jim - Mar 4, 2021

Diana hasn't always been the Superwoman of Crime Syndicate

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GL Fan 2814 reviewed Infinite Frontier #0 Mar 2, 2021
5.0

I disliked this more than I liked it and I found it to be very average for all the hype piled on it. I hated the ending which positioned the "big bad" to be way too powerful considering how easily he dispatched the characters he killed.
This book really cemented for me how poor of a writer Geoff Thorne is and I am finding myself in a position of not buying the Green Lantern book in a very, more

Infinite Frontier #0

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Stephen Byrne
Released: Mar 3, 2021

The next phase of the DC Universe begins here! Dark Knights: Death Metal presented the darkest threats of the Multiverse. DC Future State revealed what may lie ahead. Now it’s time to look into the Infinite Frontier of the current-day DC Universe.
In Gotham City, The Joker jolts citizens awake with an attack even the Dark Knight never exp...

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Mingthemerciless - Mar 5, 2021

For a start DC needs to dump Snyder Tynion and Bendis. Get more focused on flagship centric ideas for Batman Detective Supes Actionand Justice League. Bring Wonder Woman back from Snyders silly idea of her. Start thinking stories not constant reboots and bix checking.

Mingthemerciless - Mar 5, 2021

I agree Narvel may be stepping on the same rake with heroes reborn V2

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SONOFBATMANN reviewed Infinite Frontier #0 Mar 2, 2021
6.0

I vomited after seeing the last page.

I'm excited for John's Stargirl, Ram V Swamp Thing, Suicide Squad, and Williamson Robin. I might check out PKJ Superman and the new Wally Flash series (but Brandon Petersen's art is absolutely horrendous).

Regardless, I new the Quintessence was going to get offed because of the leaks that came out a while ago and it really blows that high more

Infinite Frontier #0

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Stephen Byrne
Released: Mar 3, 2021

The next phase of the DC Universe begins here! Dark Knights: Death Metal presented the darkest threats of the Multiverse. DC Future State revealed what may lie ahead. Now it’s time to look into the Infinite Frontier of the current-day DC Universe.
In Gotham City, The Joker jolts citizens awake with an attack even the Dark Knight never exp...

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Nightmare of Solomon - Mar 3, 2021

Maybe they should have hired someone from Brasil to write about a Brasilian character -- instead Joelle admits she'll write Yara as if she grew up in Idaho, trying to discover her Brasilian identity, because Joelle herself is from Idaho.

Weird Science Jim - Mar 4, 2021

She created the character, though, so we are stuck with her

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Onomatopoeia reviewed Crime Syndicate #1 Mar 2, 2021
5.0

It's still early, but I don't see anything original in this comic. Aside from some one-off tidbits like Arnold, D.C, and the ghost of Central City, this is a story most comic book fans are already aware of. The Crime Syndicate is a one-off group that allows for a 'civil war' type story without all of the lasting conflicts. Let's leave it at that and save the limited series for some more interestin more

Crime Syndicate #1

By: Andy Schmidt, Bryan Hitch
Released: Mar 3, 2021

Spinning out of Dark Nights: Death Metal, the Multiverse is reborn-and Earth-3 with it! In this six-issue miniseries, witness the true origins of the malevolent makers of mayhem known as the Crime Syndicate as a common foe unites them! But how long can alliances last between villains like these?
Also in this issue, it’s the origin of Ultr...

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Weird Science Jim - Mar 4, 2021

It is also showing the reforming of the multiverse after the end of Death Metal with some of the Crime Syndicate coming back different. This is a new Earth-3 which can be important overall to showing that the Multiverse has changed as it comes back

Onomatopoeia - Mar 5, 2021

I understand the point of the comic, I'm just not seeing anything new.

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fenixalasnegras reviewed Infinite Frontier #0 Mar 2, 2021
5.0

Not bad but not excellent either and if we compare it with the price it falls short. It clarifies many gaps and there is also a lot of fillers or characters that do not interest to see a particular audience, it is a way of forcing the reader to buy expensive for one or two characters that they like and have to pay for many stories or characters that do not he was interested.

Now if this more

Infinite Frontier #0

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Stephen Byrne
Released: Mar 3, 2021

The next phase of the DC Universe begins here! Dark Knights: Death Metal presented the darkest threats of the Multiverse. DC Future State revealed what may lie ahead. Now it’s time to look into the Infinite Frontier of the current-day DC Universe.
In Gotham City, The Joker jolts citizens awake with an attack even the Dark Knight never exp...

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fenixalasnegras - Mar 2, 2021

I stopped reading Marvel for a while and now with King in Black I resumed it and The Amazing Spaiderman reminds me why Marvel has been my favorite, even so I do not want any of the publishers to close, only that I feel a great drop in quality in numbers by DC for a little over a year.

Weird Science Jim - Mar 2, 2021

i get it - i haven't been overly positive with DC for a bit either

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LunaMoody reviewed Batman Annual #5 Dec 29, 2020
1.0

The art was some of the worst drawing I've ever seen !!! I think a toddler could've drawn it better while wearing a blindfold. Good lord it was bad. As for the story it was nothing new or fresh but I guess it was just barely passingly okay-ish. Totally forgettable and not worth the added price or of being an annual but it is what it is. If it was possible to return this comic for a refund I so wou more

Batman Annual #5

By: James Tynion IV, James Stokoe
Released: Dec 30, 2020

The riveting new vigilante known as Clownhunter was a breakout star of “The Joker War”- but what’s the tragic origin of this teenage assassin? How did his parents die at the hands of The Joker, and is there a place for him in the evolving Gotham City? Can there be redemption for the infamous Clownhunter?
This epic tale reteams writer ...

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Weird Science Jim - Jan 3, 2021

Don't understand the idea that someone isn't allowed to like art because that's how "some people like to draw". Do you like everything you see, hear and taste because that's how some people like to do it? It's subjuctive and everybody can like or dislike whatever they want!

LunaMoody - Jan 3, 2021

Thank you Weird Science Jim and DC Stuff

Weird Science Jim commented on this:
6.5

Let's be honest, the character of Red Hood has always been mishandled by DC, it is his experiment towards what direction some characters will take or what formula works and even so without wanting to build a character with a lot of potential that is not taken advantage of. As for this, it is the result of giving the job to a cartoonist NOT TO A WRITER just because of his race to look good with a g more

Red Hood and the Outlaws #52

By: Shawn Martinbrough, Moritat
Released: Dec 23, 2020

After making his dramatic return to Gotham City, Jason Todd finds himself in the middle of a turf war between a violent gang aided by Killer Croc and a new group of vigilantes dedicated to protecting his old neighborhood of the Hill.
When a childhood friend is targeted for assassination by a vicious new crime lord on the rise, the Red Hood...

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fearUhavemeisenough - Dec 24, 2020

to give it to a black cartoonist! I agree with you the way this sounded And obviously the two numbers were disgusting because of Shawn's inexperience in writing.

fenixalasnegras - Dec 29, 2020

Dear Weird Science Jim I think you are not understanding what I meant. IT IS A QUESTION OF ZERO EXPERIENCE AS A WRITER and a very bad job coupled with DC's stupidity of giving himself to Red Hood who made it very clear in his interview, Shawn did not want to take Hood only did it because he told him he could be the writer and then DC ANNOUNCED IT AS "with a Black creative team" giving him the job. why not go for a writer WHO REALLY WANTS TO DO THE JOB regardless of the undertone of his skin?

Weird Science Jim commented on this:
4.0

Writer: "I have this great pitch, ready? Red Hood meets Luke Cage!"

I know its a new direction but it feels disconnected from the rest of the Red Hood series. We're introduced a ton of new characters but don't really get a chance to understand who they are or what their purpose is. Jason might as well be a guest star since he gets very little focus.

Art is a bit rough and the more

Red Hood and the Outlaws #51

By: Shawn Martinbrough, Tony Akins
Released: Nov 25, 2020

A new era begins for the Red Hood! With his Outlaw days behind him, Jason Todd returns home to Gotham City. While he plots what’s next for Red Hood, he tracks down a childhood friend now living in the Hill. As Gotham City reels from the effects of “The Joker War,” Jason finds himself caught in the crossfire between vigilante protectors of the...

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Weird Science Jim - Nov 27, 2020

I didn't like it much either, but "The Hill" isn't new and in fact, the story is a contiuation of the one shot "Batman: The Hill" from 2000 that Shawn Martinbrough did art for with Christopher Priest writing. I wish this was better, but sadly, it's hard to follow and Jason is barely in it and the art was rough imo

Weird Science Jim commented on this:
2.0

It perplexes me as to how even with endless possibilities and potential for stories brought upon with the medium of the Dark Multiverse, DC can't seem to hire anyone with a single shred of imagination!

These are the stories in this book:

-"Scary Stories to tell in the Dark Multiverse" = More Snyder Robin King projection.

-"Feeding the Beast" = DC gave Patton Oswald more

Dark Nights: Death Metal: The Multiverse Who Laughs #1

By: Saladin Ahmed, Scot Eaton
Released: Nov 25, 2020

The DC Multiverse is a collection of alternate-reality worlds where anything is possible. Each world tells the tale of a possible split in reality, or shows how lives vary depending on a single, solitary decision. But now that the Multiverse has been destroyed, the Batman Who Laughs has used his god like power to create a new Dark Multiverse…a co...

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Weird Science Jim - Nov 26, 2020

The Kid in the Fear Index is Jean-Paul Valley (Azreal), but that might make it even worse since they do nothing with it!

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Emma reviewed Nightwing #76 Nov 17, 2020
1.0

Please all this drama to send Bea to the friendzone? Peter Parker has done so much better when he had to choose to leave the girl he liked or loved to keep her safe and hell Peter was a teenager. It doesn't work for me just because Nightwing is back.

Nightwing #76

By: Dan Jurgens, Ronan Cliquet
Released: Nov 18, 2020

One bullet robbed Nightwing of his memories and identity. One bullet erased Dick Grayson and replaced him with Ric Grayson. Now, with Dick’s true identity returned, KGBeast is back with one last bullet for him. Using Bea as bait, KGBeast has made it abundantly clear that this one last bullet isn’t intended for Nightwing’s head-this one is aim...

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Weird Science Jim - Nov 21, 2020

same! Nightwing being back should be making this book better, but they are still finding ways to make it awful!

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Magik reviewed X-Factor #2 Aug 26, 2020
1.0

Did the writer get the memo that she's suppose to writte a comic book and not some bad fanfic? The text try to hard to be fun, but it feels like some really bad tumblr/twitter talk, like some old man trying to keep it with the kids, it's extra cringe, try harder Williams.

X-Factor #2

By: Leah Williams, David Baldeon
Released: Aug 26, 2020

DANCE OF DEATH!
The team gets their first case - investigating the disappearance of a mutant dancer at a prestigious ballet academy...in the Mojoverse!
Rated T+

Weird Science Jim commented on this:
1.0

there's nothing good about this issue, other than a couple jabs at rich people here and there. the art is terrible, the characterization of John feels (unfortunately) more New 52 than Vertigo, with a flaming hand at one point, and glowing sigils on his walls, Lucifer is bastardized once more, disrespecting the fantastic character masterfully written by Neil Gaiman and Mike Carey, and worst of all, more

Hellblazer: Rise and Fall #1

By: Tom Taylor, Darick Robertson
Released: Sep 2, 2020

A billionaire falls out of the sky and is gruesomely skewered on a church spire. Bizarrely, Angel Wings are attached to his back. More follow until, hallelujah, it's raining businessmen. Detective Aisha Bukhari is stumped by this, until she's visited by her childhood friend, occult investigator John Constantine. DC’s Hellblazer discovers a link b...

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maelstron - Sep 5, 2020

This series has nothing to do with Hellblazer getting cancelled. This is a mini from black label. trashing this book won't un-cancel the Spurrier book

Weird Science Jim - Sep 6, 2020

"this issue presents cops as decent people"???? One is a childhood friend and I would say it presents a couple of characters as decent people. You know that Barry Allen works for the police right? Renee Montoya, Jim Gordon, Maggie Sawyer, Martian Manhunter, the Green Lantern Corps for crying out loud!

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Psycamorean reviewed Empyre #5 Aug 13, 2020
8.5

I liked this issue. I thought the wedding was nice. I thought everything with the Thing was written very well. I wasn't expecting the one death in the issue, although I have a feeling that will resolve itself. I'm interested in seeing where it leads. This definitely feels like an event built around its tie-ins. The whole Invasion of Wakanda, for instance, had its own miniseries. I feel like that's more

Empyre #5

By: Al Ewing, Valerio Schiti
Released: Aug 12, 2020

• Love and war - in the midst of cosmic cataclysm!
•  One fan-favorite Marvel hero reveals their secret - as another faces the ultimate showdown with a monstrous foe!
•  Meanwhile, an outer-space jailbreak leads to a trial by combat you'll have to see to believe...
• ...but is it all too late to save Earth from two world-en...

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Weird Science Jim - Aug 13, 2020

the worst is the Thor tie-in Tony keeps bringing up that never happened!

Psycamorean - Aug 13, 2020

I think the Thor tie-in should've been kept. But we really have no idea what the reasoning for which tie-ins were culled was. It could've been that the ones with the most completed pages were given deference. Or it could've just been decided by what was projected to sell best.

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Dan posted on Jokerman's profile Aug 8, 2020

jokerman, I've been getting numerous complaints about your conduct on the site. It's created a level of antagonism that goes against the spirit of what I want the site to be and is affecting others' enjoyment of the site. I have no way of knowing if you read all the issues you review, but please only review issues you've read. And for the issues you have read and would like to review, there's a 20 point scale you can use to give a more evolved rating rather than reducing issues to either Masterpiece or Trash. That kind of reductive rating style is not only insulting to others who’ve enjoyed the issues you’ve labeled as Trash, but can either boost or bomb an issue's rating unfairly, which in turn causes our aggregate community ratings for each issue to mean less. This site is built on the contributions of all of us, so please consider the effects your contributions have on the site and the community that enjoys being here. If not, I have no problem with removing your account.

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Dan - Aug 12, 2020

Jokerman and his reviews are gone. Let's all move on now and get back to enjoying our trash comics.

Weird Science Jim - Aug 13, 2020

I don't know that more readers depend on it overall, but there is a certain group that seem pretty dedicated to the user reviews.

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ThighRider2099 reviewed Ghost Rider #7 Aug 2, 2020
8.0

Got cancelled and had such a promising first story arc... oh well. Fuck it I guess, right MARVEL?? Just keep throwing all your money and resources towards Donny Cates. Which guess what... if you didn't know, Cates sucks lol. Repetitive storytelling and what not. Heard he's an asshole too. Anyways, fuck Cates and fuck marvel.


But hey, Knull is gonna be cool right??? lol
>Knull is just as lame and money hungery as the Empyre series itself. Feel really sorry for Cates fans right now. Must suxk being blind by hype... more

Ghost Rider #7

By: Ed Brisson, Aaron Kuder
Released: Jul 8, 2020

VENGEANCE VERSUS CORRUPTION!
Johnny Blaze and Danny Ketch already went to war against each other as Spirits of Vengeance, but now that Danny is possessed by the Spirit of Corruption, the real fireworks are ready to begin!
Rated T+

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Psycamorean - Sep 3, 2020

SCAD is screwing over their students by not allowing them to get partial reimbursement for their tuition costs after the school went to online-only courses due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The reason students would seek reimbursement is because with SCAD being an art and design school, part of getting an effective education is using the physical resources that the school provides. There's a class-action lawsuit filed, I'm not sure what its status is now.

ThighRider2099 - Sep 3, 2020

Damn that’s pretty scummy of them! Well thanks for the information mate, highly appreciate it

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