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7.0

I mean, this was alright. Wasn't his best work, but I didn't mind reading it.

Chris Claremont Anniversary Special #1

By: Chris Claremont, Brett Booth
Released: Jan 13, 2021

Celebrate Chris Claremont's enormous impact on your favorite Marvel comics of the past five decades with an all-new story! Dani Moonstar is drafted for a mission across time and space for an incredible psychic showdown against the Shadow King-joining forces with characters created and defined by the pen of Chris Claremont!
Rated T+

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Miracleman92 reviewed Autumnal #4 Jan 16, 2021
10

Another stellar installment (which is par for the course for this series). We learn more about the creepy little town's history and the tragic story of Clementine Biddle.

Autumnal #4

By: Daniel Kraus, Chris Shehan
Released: Jan 13, 2021

After Kat learns of an old tragedy that brought Comfort Notch to its knees, the bitter, burn-scarred Carol Ravintzky finally tells the tale of the terrible death of Clementine Biddle.

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Psycamorean reviewed Hellions #8 Jan 8, 2021
8.0

This book is so much fun.

Hellions #8

By: Zeb Wells, Stephen Segovia
Released: Jan 6, 2021

It was a simple mission: retrieve NANNY'S ship and create a new containment armor for the recently resurrected ORPHAN-MAKER. But the emergence of an old enemy and his deadly warriors make their renewed life a hell on Earth for the HELLIONS!

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Ebonthorne reviewed Hellions #8 Jan 7, 2021
9.5

Another quality issue. I was hoping to get more info about Orphan-Maker's power, but no such luck...maybe next month.

Hellions #8

By: Zeb Wells, Stephen Segovia
Released: Jan 6, 2021

It was a simple mission: retrieve NANNY'S ship and create a new containment armor for the recently resurrected ORPHAN-MAKER. But the emergence of an old enemy and his deadly warriors make their renewed life a hell on Earth for the HELLIONS!

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C.V.R. The Bard reviewed Hellions #8 Jan 6, 2021
9.5

That was alot to absorb. By the end of the issue I felt like Havok.
I don't care how much fan-service there was in the drawings of Psylocke in this issue , did she really have to throw up those robots?
The antagonist being baited to do himself in was comedy, and proved Empath has a reach that extends past what limits he belives he has.
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Hellions #8

By: Zeb Wells, Stephen Segovia
Released: Jan 6, 2021

It was a simple mission: retrieve NANNY'S ship and create a new containment armor for the recently resurrected ORPHAN-MAKER. But the emergence of an old enemy and his deadly warriors make their renewed life a hell on Earth for the HELLIONS!

Parental Advisory

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Shadow Jacker reviewed Hellions #8 Jan 7, 2021
10

In just 8 issues, Zeb Wells has so developed and "fleshed-out" these (mostly) unknown characters that I have a sense of familiarity with them. Their actions and dialog don't seem random or forced (e.g. when Empath turned tail and ran, I thought "F#cking Empath, there he goes again"... as if I've know this character for years). Amazing and Brilliant! Hellions has easily become my #1 X-Book. Keep u more

Hellions #8

By: Zeb Wells, Stephen Segovia
Released: Jan 6, 2021

It was a simple mission: retrieve NANNY'S ship and create a new containment armor for the recently resurrected ORPHAN-MAKER. But the emergence of an old enemy and his deadly warriors make their renewed life a hell on Earth for the HELLIONS!

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7.0

A fun but ultimately forgettable romp with some of Claremont's favorite characters. Worth checking out if you're a fan of Claremont's past work, but this issue isn't anything groundbreaking.

Chris Claremont Anniversary Special #1

By: Chris Claremont, Brett Booth
Released: Jan 13, 2021

Celebrate Chris Claremont's enormous impact on your favorite Marvel comics of the past five decades with an all-new story! Dani Moonstar is drafted for a mission across time and space for an incredible psychic showdown against the Shadow King-joining forces with characters created and defined by the pen of Chris Claremont!
Rated T+

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6.0

Its a shame, this JL does nothing for me but JLD has tons of promise.
But alas, they're now shoehorning it in with JL proper so I won't be reading it moving forward.
If I could split this, JL: 4/10 JLD: 8/10

Future State: Justice League #1

By: Ram V, Robson Rocha
Released: Jan 13, 2021

Witness the start of a new era for the Justice League starring Jonathan Kent as Superman,
Yara Flor as Wonder Woman, Jo Mullein as Green Lantern, Andy Curry as Aquawoman, a new Flash from the Multiverse, and [REDACTED] as Batman! Together, they protect the future, yet apart, their identities are secret even from one another-but why? When th...

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6.5

Like most anthologies this one is hit-and-miss. The book-end stories from Ram V are really good, especially the first one, and I loved Tynion's short. The rest range from dull to serviceable.

Legend of the Swamp Thing: Halloween Spectacular #1

By: Vita Ayala, Mike Perkins
Released: Oct 7, 2020

It's Halloween, and DC invites you to welcome Swamp Thing to your witching-hour festivities. In this 48-page collection of all-new stories, the Guardian of the Green reveals past lives and the unforgettable horrors that befall those who cross his path. From ancient Rome to present day, Swamp Thing stalks these ghostly and ghastly tales-all of which...

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9.0

This review is really just for the JLD story (which was a full 22 pages on it's own meaning it should've just been a separate comic). I liked this story and I'm curious to see how the fight with Merlin will play out. Zee's rag-tag group of heroes are a nice shake-up from the main JLD cast and I love how Etrigan is stuck in Bobo now.

Future State: Justice League #1

By: Ram V, Robson Rocha
Released: Jan 13, 2021

Witness the start of a new era for the Justice League starring Jonathan Kent as Superman,
Yara Flor as Wonder Woman, Jo Mullein as Green Lantern, Andy Curry as Aquawoman, a new Flash from the Multiverse, and [REDACTED] as Batman! Together, they protect the future, yet apart, their identities are secret even from one another-but why? When th...

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KittyNone reviewed X-Men #16 Jan 1, 2021
7.5

This is really just setup, but I enjoyed the twist of "It's been thousands of years and they're just really different people/islands" and I'm excited for the election plot. On it's own, this issue is really nothing, but it's loaded with promise for future issues.

X-Men #16

By: Jonathan Hickman, Phil Noto
Released: Dec 30, 2020

X OF SWORDS FALL OUT !
The Captain Commander of Krakoa made a fateful decision. There's no going back.
Rated T+

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Miracleman92 reviewed Hellions #8 Jan 6, 2021
10

Zeb Wells continues to prove why Hellions is the best X-Men title right now. This issue features great moments with Empath, Havok and Nanny; proving this truly is a team book and not just a Kwannon book disguised as a team book. Marvel, please don't cancel this title!

Hellions #8

By: Zeb Wells, Stephen Segovia
Released: Jan 6, 2021

It was a simple mission: retrieve NANNY'S ship and create a new containment armor for the recently resurrected ORPHAN-MAKER. But the emergence of an old enemy and his deadly warriors make their renewed life a hell on Earth for the HELLIONS!

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9.0

I really enjoyed this. Between Ram V's JLD annual and this issue, I am very excited to see what he has in store for Swampy.

Future State: Swamp Thing #1

By: Ram V, Mike Perkins
Released: Jan 6, 2021

From the ashes of a terrible war, life blooms anew in Swamp Thing’s image. The remnants of humanity lie in hiding, forever in the shadow of the green god who now rules the planet. When the new avatar of the Green uncovers a stray human, a rebellion is revealed! But this Swamp Thing is no stranger to violent ends, and neither are his creations. If...

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Psycamorean reviewed New Mutants #14 Dec 17, 2020
8.5

I was concerned about Vita Ayala taking over, but they're actually a good fit. This series was easily the most turbulent of the Dawn of X books, but hopefully this new direction stabilizes the title for Reign of X.

New Mutants #14

By: Vita Ayala, Rod Reis
Released: Dec 16, 2020

LOST IN THE SHUFFLE!
On the edge of Krakoan society, the NEW MUTANTS are loose in the Wild Hunt! Going big, blowing things up, and combining powers to see who gets crowned king of the mountain. But something lurks in the trees -- something old... and HUNGRY... and its favorite prey is young mutants...
Rated T+

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RiseLegend reviewed New Mutants #14 Dec 22, 2020
9.0

Great start of a new era. I felt like this series is finally clicking to what it's going to be. I dig the new direction. Putting this in my pull list and in for the ride. The art was also a great fit for the story. I felt like this issue had a good grasp of the old familiar characters and created some interesting new ones. I recommend picking this up if you love a X-Men tale that feels familiar bu more

New Mutants #14

By: Vita Ayala, Rod Reis
Released: Dec 16, 2020

LOST IN THE SHUFFLE!
On the edge of Krakoan society, the NEW MUTANTS are loose in the Wild Hunt! Going big, blowing things up, and combining powers to see who gets crowned king of the mountain. But something lurks in the trees -- something old... and HUNGRY... and its favorite prey is young mutants...
Rated T+

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axdn reviewed New Mutants #14 Dec 17, 2020
9.0

I think this was a fantastic comeback! So excited for the next installment.!

New Mutants #14

By: Vita Ayala, Rod Reis
Released: Dec 16, 2020

LOST IN THE SHUFFLE!
On the edge of Krakoan society, the NEW MUTANTS are loose in the Wild Hunt! Going big, blowing things up, and combining powers to see who gets crowned king of the mountain. But something lurks in the trees -- something old... and HUNGRY... and its favorite prey is young mutants...
Rated T+

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Kalaoui reviewed New Mutants #14 Dec 16, 2020
9.0

This is the course correction and hopefully a newer direction these characters need. Ayala seems to be right for this book. Rod Reis makes it so enjoyable too. Reis's art style and colors are spot on for this young cast and he delivers an awesome experience.

New Mutants #14

By: Vita Ayala, Rod Reis
Released: Dec 16, 2020

LOST IN THE SHUFFLE!
On the edge of Krakoan society, the NEW MUTANTS are loose in the Wild Hunt! Going big, blowing things up, and combining powers to see who gets crowned king of the mountain. But something lurks in the trees -- something old... and HUNGRY... and its favorite prey is young mutants...
Rated T+

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mattcole15 reviewed Excalibur #15 Nov 25, 2020
8.0

Probably Howard's most solid issue of X of Swords so far. This definitely should have been a 15 issue event

Excalibur #15

By: Tini Howard, Mahmud Asrar
Released: Nov 25, 2020

A game abandoned, but a great gamble remains.
A Tower answers.

Rated T+

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Onomatopoeia reviewed Excalibur #15 Nov 25, 2020
7.0

I really felt like I missed something with Cypher and Bei.

Excalibur #15

By: Tini Howard, Mahmud Asrar
Released: Nov 25, 2020

A game abandoned, but a great gamble remains.
A Tower answers.

Rated T+

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Merlyn reviewed X-Men #16 Dec 31, 2020
7.5

This might not have been the best of issues but I feel like people are a bit harsh with Hickman, there are A LOT of more bad books in the industry that are getting better reviews here and, for better or worse, he has created something interesting with the X-Men, something the franchise desperately needed.

X-Men #16

By: Jonathan Hickman, Phil Noto
Released: Dec 30, 2020

X OF SWORDS FALL OUT !
The Captain Commander of Krakoa made a fateful decision. There's no going back.
Rated T+

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Watchtower022 reviewed X-Men #16 Dec 30, 2020
6.5

Curious what happens next but I thought this iss was fairly boring.

X-Men #16

By: Jonathan Hickman, Phil Noto
Released: Dec 30, 2020

X OF SWORDS FALL OUT !
The Captain Commander of Krakoa made a fateful decision. There's no going back.
Rated T+

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10

Another great chapter! Department Of Truth #4 is an intense and emotional psychological thriller that tests how far Cole is willing to go to help preserve the world.

The Department of Truth #4

By: James Tynion IV, Martin Simmonds
Released: Dec 23, 2020

How can a journalist ethically report on a story that they know can't possibly be true? As packages with proof of impossible stories keep arriving on one reporter's doorstop, sent by a mysterious entity known only as Q, one reporter must find the answer themselves. JAMES TYNION IV (Something is Killing the Children) & MARTIN SIMMONDS (Dying is Easy...

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Miracleman92 reviewed X-Men #16 Dec 30, 2020
7.5

This was an okay issue. Mostly acts as a X Of Swords epilogue but it does set up some interesting future storylines. I'm excited to see who will be on the new X-Men team!

X-Men #16

By: Jonathan Hickman, Phil Noto
Released: Dec 30, 2020

X OF SWORDS FALL OUT !
The Captain Commander of Krakoa made a fateful decision. There's no going back.
Rated T+

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Psycamorean reviewed Justice League Dark #29 Dec 22, 2020
7.0

This is a better issue, but still not great. It's a shame this title will end on a crossover tie-in.

Justice League Dark #29

By: Andy Lanning, Amancay Nahuelpan
Released: Dec 23, 2020

“Endless Winter” chapter seven! The past holds the key to surviving the Endless Winter, as the Justice League Dark seeks to resurrect both Swamp Thing and the spirit of Viking Prince. Queen Hippolyta reveals a shocking secret to Wonder Woman as the past and present collide. Buried secrets are unearthed as the Justice League and Justice League D...

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Miracleman92 reviewed Justice League Dark #29 Dec 24, 2020
8.0

Looks like JLD will be retooled into a back-up feature in the main Justice League book starting in March; which is a huge bummer. Its not worth continuing if it's gonna be back-up to another comic I don't care about. I haven't been reading the Endless Winter event (thank X Of Swords for crossover fatigue) but I wanted to get JLD #29 as it is the last issue and I've been a loyal follower of this se more

Justice League Dark #29

By: Andy Lanning, Amancay Nahuelpan
Released: Dec 23, 2020

“Endless Winter” chapter seven! The past holds the key to surviving the Endless Winter, as the Justice League Dark seeks to resurrect both Swamp Thing and the spirit of Viking Prince. Queen Hippolyta reveals a shocking secret to Wonder Woman as the past and present collide. Buried secrets are unearthed as the Justice League and Justice League D...

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Miracleman92 reviewed Family Tree #10 Dec 23, 2020
7.5

This issue reads pretty quickly as it is mostly an action issue. We see a bit more of Josh's family and how he met his wife. Overall an alright issue but I feel like this series is starting to limp it's way to the finish line.

Family Tree #10

By: Jeff Lemire, Phil Hester
Released: Dec 23, 2020

"FOREST," Part Two-As post-Tree Plague tensions rise, families are divided in both the past and the present. With humanity at a new crossroads, The Hayes discover which new friends and foes are left standing.

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8.5

Miller's original Dark Knight mini-series is overrated (not bad, just overrated) while DK2: The Dark Knight Strikes Again is more fun than it gets credit for. So how does DKIII: The Master Race hold up compared to the first two? I know I'm in a minority here but it's actually my favorite of the trilogy. Miller has never been one of my favorite Batman writers which is why I like how DK2 and The Mas more

Dark Knight III: The Master Race #1

By: Frank Miller, Andy Kubert
Released: Nov 25, 2015

The epic ending you never saw coming is here because you demanded it! The Dark Knight rises again to face the dawn of the master race!

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Miracleman92 reviewed New Mutants #14 Dec 18, 2020
10

Great jumping-on issue! I like having the OG New Mutants become teachers for another generation. Ayala does a good job of juggling a large cast and I'm excited for what they have in store for their run.

New Mutants #14

By: Vita Ayala, Rod Reis
Released: Dec 16, 2020

LOST IN THE SHUFFLE!
On the edge of Krakoan society, the NEW MUTANTS are loose in the Wild Hunt! Going big, blowing things up, and combining powers to see who gets crowned king of the mountain. But something lurks in the trees -- something old... and HUNGRY... and its favorite prey is young mutants...
Rated T+

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Miracleman92 added New Mutants (2019) to their pull list Dec 18, 2020

New Mutants (2019)

THE NEW GENERATION CLAIMS THE DAWN!
The classic New Mutants (Sunspot, Wolfsbane, Mirage, Karma, Magik, and Cypher) get together with a few new friends (Chamber, Mondo) to seek out their missing member and share the good news... a mission that takes them into space alongside the Starjammers!
Rated T+  

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10 de 10 só pela paródia do Bozo

Dark Knight Returns: The Golden Child #1

By: Frank Miller, Rafael Gramp
Released: Dec 11, 2019

Frank Miller returns to the Dark Knight Universe!
It's been three years since the events of Dark Knight III: The Master Race. Lara has spent the time learning to be more human, and Carrie Kelley has been growing into her new role as Batwoman. But a terrifying evil has returned to Gotham City, and Lara and Carrie must team up to stop this growi...

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