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skellylaugh reviewed Fantastic Four #33 Jun 16, 2021
5.0

I just agree with Namor here.

Fantastic Four #33

By: Dan Slott, R. B. Silva
Released: Jun 16, 2021

THE BRIDE OF DOOM! Part 2: "Royal Wedding"
You are cordially commanded to Latveria for the greatest wedding ceremony in the history of the Marvel Universe...far greater than that lowly, uninspired and commonplace wedding of Reed Richards and whoever that woman was. These are the nuptials of our beloved leader, Victor Von Doom, and his most devo...

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F.T. Wolf reviewed Heroes Reborn #7 Jun 16, 2021
7.5

A good issue that's weighed down by its own narrative structure. The book is at its best when it's just the Squadron Supreme working together, bouncing of once another, investigating the Avengers. We haven't seen them really interact yet and said interaction is intersting to see and shows these very gray characters' good and bad sides (some characters more then the other, admittedly).
The na more

Heroes Reborn #7

By: Jason Aaron, Aaron Kuder
Released: Jun 16, 2021

Together they ended the Kree/Skrull war, defeated Dr. Doom in his Secret War and even endured their own civil war between Hyperion and Nighthawk, but now the Squadron Supreme of America faces their greatest challenge yet: a mysterious new group of troublemakers called the Avengers.
40 PGS./Rated T+

Criminology. reviewed Flash #771 Jun 15, 2021
9.5

While it is kind of weird, that the issue is clearly divided in 2 parts(both of which were great), it was still an amazing time for me.

Generally this run continues to be fun, without being a complete parody or satire, and this issue is probably the best example of that. There is just so much love put into every page and I love how Adams is not afraid to do some risky things(the next is more

Flash #771

By: Jeremy Adams, Tom Derenick
Released: Jun 16, 2021

The Legion of Doom, Teen Titans Academy, Max Mercury’s Wild West origins, and more! Wally West’s leaps from speedster to speedster throughout time draws to a close as he begins to realize why he’s been sent on his quest by the Speed Force and what might be behind it. But with one last stop before he’s allowed to go home, will this journey b...

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yahhwy reviewed Nightwing #81 Jun 15, 2021
8.0

Art 3/3
Colors and Letters 3/3
Writing 2/4
Total 8/10

As I am reading this issue, I experienced numerous conflicting emotions.

Not because of the art, coloring nor the letters. The art team has done magnificent work for the past four issues. Bruno Redondo (artist), Adriano Lucas (colors) and Wes Abbott (letters) deserve all the praises being given to them. It w more

Nightwing #81

By: Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo
Released: Jun 16, 2021

Dick Grayson trades out his escrima sticks for a magnifying glass and a sleuth hat to investigate Blüdhaven’s new mayor, Melinda Zucco, and find out how the daughter of the man who murdered Dick’s parents came to power in Nightwing’s city. But his investigative adventure is cut short when he comes face to face with the most horrendous villai...

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Fracadactyl - Jun 16, 2021

But that scene with the ships is meant to say there's hope in the city because the people there are working class people coming together in a time of crisis. Not to mention there's a cheesy tribute to past great Nightwing writers (barring of course one very controversial creator).

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Appearing in Action Comics #1 in 1938, Superman was the first superhero. He was courageous, self-less, and a perfect boy scout. Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster were the sons of Jewish immigrant families and knew what it felt to live in a world where they felt alien. Thus, this became the basis of Superman's story. With this story taking place in the mid to late 1940s, I anticipated to be a Superman s more

Superman Smashes The Klan Collected

By: Gene Luen Yang, Gurihiru

The year is 1946, and the Lee family has moved from Chinatown to Downtown Metropolis. While Dr. Lee is eager to begin his new position at the Metropolis Health Department, his two kids, Roberta and Tommy, are more excited about being closer to the famous superhero Superman!
Tommy adjusts quickly to the fast pace of their new neighborhood, be...

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F.T. Wolf reviewed Heroes Reborn #6 Jun 9, 2021
7.5

Just like (most of) its predeccessors, Heroes Reborn is a blast to read though it did leave me slightly dissapointed.
It's well written with the character at its core, in this case Power Princess, being a smart twist/pastiche of Wonder Woman that can (pretty much) stand on it own. The artwork is very nice for both stories even if it has some annoying colouring mistakes here and there. >
Where the dissapointment comes in is the pacing and Power Princess characterization. The pacing is too fast. The book feels much shorter then it actually is and thus left me unsatisfied.
When it comes to Power Princess's, Zarda's, character she's too close to being a villain to my liking. I enjoy what is here, the old warrior who revels in violence and booze to distract her from her own loneliness, but she's missing a redeeming character trait.

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Heroes Reborn #6

By: Jason Aaron, Erica D'Urso
Released: Jun 9, 2021

Over the eons, the fabled daughter of Utopia Isle known as Power Princess has defeated the All-Gog, Gorr the God Butcher and the King in Black, but now she must venture into the ruins of Asgard, where something unexplained is stirring in the graveyard of the gods.
40 PGS./Rated T+

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Criminology. reviewed Wonder Woman #773 Jun 8, 2021
9.0

Loved this issue and this whole arc in general. Some could argue, that the events here happened too fast and that the Valkyries needed more time in the spotlight, but I really don't think so. The story was not build around that IMO.

I love Diana's portrayal here, even more so after she remembered who she is. She is humane, reasonable, funny and of course still badass. Her battle with T more

Wonder Woman #773

By: Jordie Bellaire, Paulina Ganucheau
Released: Jun 9, 2021

All the treacherous roads of Asgard have led here…the fortress of the Valkyries! These deciders of death on the battlefield have grown tired of the ways of their world and have turned it upside down to remake it in their image. Can Wonder Woman broker peace between these mighty maidens and the men whose fate lies in their hands? This has the maki...

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Criminology. - Jun 9, 2021

Yeah you are right. At the same time I do not think it was meant to be a surprise exactly, although your opinion is totally valid. Knowing that, kind of helped the looming feeling, that something will go wrong and that her happiness is going to end IMO. But sure, maybe it would have been better, if it was more acknowledged in this issue too.

Weird Science Jim - Jun 9, 2021

I agree with you there!

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7.5

WARNING: This review contains some spoilers.
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This issue as a whole was the least engaging of all the issues so far but nevertheless is still a good read. The main story continues to intrigue me with the development of Hue Vile and Mr. Worth taking action in regards to the whole ordeal with the murder of his daughter Sara. As for the art, I miss Dan Mora already (great cov more

Detective Comics #1037

By: John Ridley, Viktor Bogdanovic
Released: Jun 9, 2021

Public enemy number 1: BATMAN! Public enemy number 2: Bruce Wayne?! When both Bruce and his alter ego are implicated in the same crime, the cops have some questions - and the Dark Knight is going to have to think quick or risk his identity being exposed to the world! But law enforcement isn’t the only entity hunting the Bat-the titanic MR. WORTH ...

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Fracadactyl reviewed Detective Comics #1037 Jun 8, 2021
8.0

A short, notable, if messy piece of a larger narrative surrounding Batman. Probably the loudest voice here is Gotham calling back to Snyder. There's a hunger that acts through different forces of people. That angry father Worth appears to be more furious somebody messed with his family title than his own daughter's death. I'm really starting to like that reporter Deb, she doesn't just follow the o more

Detective Comics #1037

By: John Ridley, Viktor Bogdanovic
Released: Jun 9, 2021

Public enemy number 1: BATMAN! Public enemy number 2: Bruce Wayne?! When both Bruce and his alter ego are implicated in the same crime, the cops have some questions - and the Dark Knight is going to have to think quick or risk his identity being exposed to the world! But law enforcement isn’t the only entity hunting the Bat-the titanic MR. WORTH ...

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F.T. Wolf reviewed Detective Comics #1037 Jun 8, 2021
6.5

A step down from #1036, but still enjoyable. The main gripe that I have with it is that the main story felt rather short, just going from scene to scene, and left me unsatisfied even if it raises some interesting developments such as Bruce's arrest.
The art is still good, but I do prefere Mora's work over the team here.

This issue has two backups, with mixed results.
Exclusiv more

Detective Comics #1037

By: John Ridley, Viktor Bogdanovic
Released: Jun 9, 2021

Public enemy number 1: BATMAN! Public enemy number 2: Bruce Wayne?! When both Bruce and his alter ego are implicated in the same crime, the cops have some questions - and the Dark Knight is going to have to think quick or risk his identity being exposed to the world! But law enforcement isn’t the only entity hunting the Bat-the titanic MR. WORTH ...

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F.T. Wolf - Jun 8, 2021

What they've done to his character is make him less heroic and more 'dirty' and also changed his belief in Batman. Where he once was a strong supporter of Bruce and his cause, this issue retcons him viewing the Bat-family as a cult. His morale compass has also been affected. If I understand correctly from a conversation with a friend, he was willing to use bribes and blackmails to keep Jace Fox out of prison in the Next Batman E-series something the traditional Lucius Fox would’ve never done.

The Dark Knight Detective - Jun 8, 2021

I just read the issue and I agree with you. I get what Lucius was trying to say in regards to bringing a child into something as dangerous as fighting crime with Batman, but this isn't a cult. Alfred was in the right this whole story.

Criminology. reviewed Detective Comics #1037 Jun 8, 2021
7.5

So far, I really like this run. This chapter was kind of uneventful, but not totally. We got to see insane Mr. Worth in action, completely blinded by rage and that was fun. He is simple, but quite intriguing as a character for me and clearly the highlight of the main story. Also I liked the idea of Bruce being captured by the police as a suspect. It was logical and it was cool to see how Bruce tr more

Detective Comics #1037

By: John Ridley, Viktor Bogdanovic
Released: Jun 9, 2021

Public enemy number 1: BATMAN! Public enemy number 2: Bruce Wayne?! When both Bruce and his alter ego are implicated in the same crime, the cops have some questions - and the Dark Knight is going to have to think quick or risk his identity being exposed to the world! But law enforcement isn’t the only entity hunting the Bat-the titanic MR. WORTH ...

Criminology. reviewed Green Lantern #32 Jun 7, 2021
7.0

The arc is still very promising, but still issue feel pretty transitional .

I think that clearly the highlight here was the way the Durlans took care of Khuds. It was badass(logically ofc) and there was a great rhythm in the way it was drawn. The conflict was also logical and build upon the established characteristics of the 2 alien races.

As for the rest well I think, tha more

Green Lantern #32

By: Robert Venditti, Rob Hunter
Released: Jun 4, 2014

UPRISING! part 3! In the midst of a bloody interstellar revolution against the Green Lantern Corps, the Durlans make a move to claim the ultimate position of power for themselves! But the battered Corps' only hope is intel possessed by a sworn enemy, Nol-Anj!This issue is also offered as a combo pack edition with a redemption code for a digital dow...

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Criminology. reviewed Green Lantern Corps #31 Jun 5, 2021
4.0

Kind of disappointing follow-up to the amazing first issue of the uprising arc. This issue really showed me why I prefer the other series so much more.

I think that we needed more time with the Lanterns in the prison to really understand their struggle and this way the moment of the liberation would have been far more powerful. It was weird, because last few issues were really slow and more

Green Lantern Corps #31

By: Van Jensen, Bernard Chang
Released: May 14, 2014

UPRISING part 2! As the Corps reels from the Battle for Mogo, John Stewart leads a team of Green Lanterns into the heart of enemy territory on a desperate rescue mission to save the Lanterns abducted by the Durlans and the Khund. This prison break is like nothing youve ever seen before! And as the Durlans train their sights on the next battlefield ...

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Quinn reviewed Batman #109 Jun 1, 2021
4.0

You know, I used to complain that today's comics were all pictures and no words. Well, Tynion has gotten around that problem by putting in a lot of words without any action. And what action there is, is just hitting without context.

We don't see how Bats actually out-think his opponents. He just hits them. And when that doesn't work, he hits them harder -and that works. We don't see him more

Batman #109

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Jun 2, 2021

Main Story: Mayor Nakano green-lights the Magistrate pilot program for Gotham City as Batman goes toe-to-toe with the augmented and bloodthirsty Peacekeeper-01! It’s a brutal battle for the ages, but what secrets does Harley Quinn hold about the man beneath the armor, Sean Mahoney? And how does this all play in to the Scarecrow’s hands?! ...

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Mingthemerciless - Jun 4, 2021

Agreed fun conversation.

Comics Code Authorities - Jun 8, 2021

Your take on Ghost Maker is head-on. He's just a wannabe. And all he was trying to do was impress Harley out of hopes of bedding her. Truly pathetic. If Tynion is trying to sell this character to us he's doing a pretty bad job of it.

Criminology. reviewed Iron Man Annual #1 Jun 4, 2021
7.0

It's clear that Jed MacKay has an understanding of who iron man is, but the the presentation of that understanding did not work for me fully.

I'm not a fan of those issues where there is a monologue, while the hero is pretty much doing repeated unrelated to it things. Also the monologue was not that good too IMO. It came to me as too obvious and direct, so it was really unnatural to me more

Iron Man Annual #1

By: Jed MacKay, Ibraim Roberson
Released: Jun 2, 2021

IRON MAN VERSUS QUANTUM! When Iron Man learns about the strange people who kidnapped and tortured Miles Morales, he HAS to look into it. What he finds out about the Assessor and especially Quantum will shock him and you! Don't miss this in depth look at some of the coolest new villains and the groundwork laid for major future Marvel stories!
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Fracadactyl reviewed Iron Man Annual #1 Jun 3, 2021
8.5

Pretty impressive start to this saga. By character strengths and how it applies to how they all interact, it shows the layers to characters. This genuinely feels like the Iron Man from the Kurt Busiek days. Miles speaking to Iron Man for an experience that left a lot of trauma shows his willingness to ask for help. Because if those villains who tortured him came back, it would just play into those more

Iron Man Annual #1

By: Jed MacKay, Ibraim Roberson
Released: Jun 2, 2021

IRON MAN VERSUS QUANTUM! When Iron Man learns about the strange people who kidnapped and tortured Miles Morales, he HAS to look into it. What he finds out about the Assessor and especially Quantum will shock him and you! Don't miss this in depth look at some of the coolest new villains and the groundwork laid for major future Marvel stories!
AL...

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Criminology. reviewed Green Lantern Corps #27 Jun 2, 2021
7.5

This series is pretty much the little brother of the main Gl series. This issue is a prime example. Half the issue we get the same moment, that happened in #27 of Gl, but viewed by different perspective, because I guess it was necessary, but it also shows how much tied to the narrative of the other book, this one is. I mean I really like the other book, so I don't mind that at all, although I woul more

Green Lantern Corps #27

By: Robert Venditti, Bernard Chang
Released: Jan 15, 2014

John Stewart stars in this special issue! GL Sector Houses across the galaxy are being destroyed, and the Durlans unleash a deadly new weapon designed to counter the GL's rings!

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F.T. Wolf reviewed Robin #2 Jun 1, 2021
8.0

That's more like it! With (most) of the setup out of the way, #2 can start to dive deeper into the characters. Damian Wayne is a very hit or miss character for me. This book keeps his flaws (his ego, for one) intact while keeping him likeable.
Also a fan of Rose Wilson/Ravager portrayal here and her dynamic with Damien. She's put forward as the story's deuteragonist and I'm not complaining. more

Robin #2

By: Joshua Williamson, Gleb Melnikov
Released: May 26, 2021

After the shocking events of Robin #1, Damian has learned the deadly rules of Lazarus Island the hard way! Now he must prove that he belongs in the tournament and uncover its secrets! But his only ally is the daughter of one of his greatest enemies: Ravager! In this tournament, only one fighter can get out alive-ready for round two? Fight!

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F.T. Wolf reviewed Justice League #62 Jun 1, 2021
6.5

Brian Michael Bendis's run isn't the most exciting Justice League run but it's still very enjoyable. I enjoy the art and the general tone/atmosphere. Not every story has to be 'groundbreaking' so I'm alright with Bendis's more relaxed storytelling. I do hope the story becomes more then just fighting & humor in #63 though. Being enjoyable isn't the same as being memorable.
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Justice League #62

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Xermanico
Released: Jun 2, 2021

The Justice League! The biggest heroes! The biggest threats! With their powers out of control and trapped on a world they do not understand, the League must band together like never before. Queen Hippolyta is forced to confront her new destiny. All this and a last page so shocking that it will have fans of Naomi screaming!
Meanwhile, in our...

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Criminology. - Jun 1, 2021

Even if sometimes I don't fully share you thoughts or feeling, which is normal, I really appreciate the different perspective, that you provide and the points you are making with the reviews, that i see and are written by you. That's exactly because you are making your reviews understandable. So yeah, you have nothing to worry about :D.As for the fast food comics such as this, I mean they are just fast food lol. There is not much to them, but if you know what to expect can be enjoyed IMO.

F.T. Wolf - Jun 1, 2021

Right back at you! :D

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Psycamorean reviewed Robin #2 May 31, 2021
7.5

I liked this one. The cliffhanger seems, ironically, not fun.

Robin #2

By: Joshua Williamson, Gleb Melnikov
Released: May 26, 2021

After the shocking events of Robin #1, Damian has learned the deadly rules of Lazarus Island the hard way! Now he must prove that he belongs in the tournament and uncover its secrets! But his only ally is the daughter of one of his greatest enemies: Ravager! In this tournament, only one fighter can get out alive-ready for round two? Fight!

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Criminology. reviewed Batman #109 Jun 1, 2021
4.5

I think this issue was very weirdly paced and constructed. It feels to me like there was beginning, a big interlude, some kind of middle and not much of end.

By big interlude I mean, I mean a really big one, that not really related to the story we have at hand, which is so strange considering how many subplots are already in motion. It breaks the pace and the momentum of the story IMO more

Batman #109

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Jun 2, 2021

Main Story: Mayor Nakano green-lights the Magistrate pilot program for Gotham City as Batman goes toe-to-toe with the augmented and bloodthirsty Peacekeeper-01! It’s a brutal battle for the ages, but what secrets does Harley Quinn hold about the man beneath the armor, Sean Mahoney? And how does this all play in to the Scarecrow’s hands?! ...

Criminology. reviewed Green Lantern Corps #26 Jun 1, 2021
5.0

Well a not perfect issue by any means IMO, I'm wondering if I can even call it good tbh.

I mean there are some important things here, but mostly everything is rushed and forced to the maximum. Don't even get me started on the whole Hal and John fight. John was so bad for a big part of the issue, it contradicted his portrayal from the last so much. I get what they tried to do, at least more

Green Lantern Corps #26

By: Van Jensen, Bernard Chang
Released: Dec 11, 2013

Its Lantern vs. Lantern as John Stewart battles Hal Jordan for the leadership of the Corps! For months, John Stewart has let his anger build as Hal Jordan sent Guy Gardner into the Red Lanterns and declared war against other corps across the spectrum. After the devastating events of LIGHTS OUT, John is determined to rebuild the Corps as he sees fit...

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Criminology. reviewed Batman #23.2 Jun 1, 2021
9.5

If you look for an portrayal of the Riddler in all his all terrifying glory, look no further.

The issue does not go that much in depth what makes the Riddler, but it totally get the way the Riddler acts and the way he compose himself. Trust me that not a small thing and arguable is even more important. If you are not that familiar with the Riddler, this right here is a perfect starter. more

Batman #23.2

By: Scott Snyder, Jeremy Haun
Released: Sep 11, 2013

With The Dark Knight out of the picture, The Riddler engages in an epic game of wits. Learn what maddening early moments led a young Edward Nygma to evolve into Gotham City's Prince of Mischief! And see how events of ZERO YEAR continue to affect The Riddler today!

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Criminology. reviewed The Fearless Defenders #1 May 31, 2021
8.0

I forgot that this even exists. I remember loving this issue when I was around 14. Too bad I lost it.

The Fearless Defenders #1

By: Cullen Bunn, Will Sliney
Released: Feb 6, 2013

NEW TEAM! NEW VILLAINS! NEW CREATORS! Valkyrie and Misty Knight are the Fearless Defenders and not since Power Man and Iron Fist has an unlikely duo kicked this muchwell, you know. Writer Cullen Bunn (Venom, Sixth Gun, The Fearless) and new-to-Marvel artist Will Sliney (MacGyver, Star Wars) bring you the book everyone is going to be talking about o...

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Criminology. reviewed Green Lantern Corps #25 May 31, 2021
8.5

The story is mainly focused on trying to make John Steward, stand out between the 2 groups as a reasonable and moral individual, trying to preserve peace and the people who don't want to associated with the 2 groups. The contrast between the 2 timelines is nice( and brings some interesting themes, also shows you that John is familiar with conflict as this and that's been always close to him. Also more

Green Lantern Corps #25

By: Robert Venditti, Bernard Chang
Released: Nov 13, 2013

A BATMAN: ZERO YEAR tie-in! When The Riddler throws Gotham City into total darkness, a young Marine named John Stewart is deployed as part of the peacekeeping measures. But he gets much more than he expected when he must deal with the costumed chaos known as ANARKY!

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Rasiel reviewed Heroes Reborn #4 May 30, 2021
7.5

I know they’re written as satire, but I actually like the Squadron Supreme. It is refreshing to see superheroes unashamedly fight for God and country and believe in ideals higher then themselves. If a writer had enough talent to write a compelling character that accurately portrayed and fought for the beliefs held by half of this country instead of making buffoonish characters to mock those beli more

Heroes Reborn #4

By: Jason Aaron, James Stokoe
Released: May 26, 2021

With the cosmic might of his Power Prism, Doctor Spectrum has become the most feared lawman in the heavens. But now the dark forces of deep space have sent the galaxy's most notorious bounty hunter to end Spectrum once and for all. That's right, here comes Rocket Raccoon! Plus: In a backup tale, the all-new Starbrand finds herself alone in a strang...

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Merlyn - Jun 3, 2021

But the thing is that Jason Aaron does make fun of those beliefs here pretty clearly. I agree with you, if a writer would do what you say it would be indeed a great thing but Aaron doesn't do that, he makes fun of patriotism like the moron that he is.

Criminology. reviewed Green Lantern Corps #30 May 30, 2021
7.5

I don't follow this series, but I decided to pick it up to better prepared for uprising.

The issue is a set-up to uprising and. We get a backstory on the durlans and also the reasons
they hate the lantern, tbh they have a point, although their point is too extreme IMO. There are interesting points in their backstory, that represent some real world problems. Also we understood why more

Green Lantern Corps #30

By: Van Jensen, Bernard Chang
Released: Apr 9, 2014

John Stewart and his team are under siege and things are about to get way worse! Its become impossible to know who can be trusted and whos a shape-shifting Durlan spy! And you wont believe the twisted origin of the Durlan species!

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Criminology. reviewed Green Lantern #31 May 30, 2021
9.0

The war is finally starting, so the tactical warfare has begun and we are still going strong.

Venditii is nailing the light-hearted moments and although I'm not so familiar with GL, I love the relationships here. The corps really seem like a group of work friends and the dialogue has a huge role in that. Especially in a dark times for like them like these, it feels even more wholesome. more

Green Lantern #31

By: Robert Venditti, Billy Tan
Released: May 7, 2014

UPRISING part 1! Rebellion has spread across the universe as former allies join forces with the Durlans, Khund and Outer Clanns to overthrow the authority of the Corps. Its an all-out assault on Mogo, but will the greatest threat come from without or within? The outcome of the battle, the survival of the Corps and the future of the universe itself...

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Criminology. reviewed Green Lantern #30 May 30, 2021
9.5

A great, even awesome issue. For now this arc's been pretty low scale type of conflict, which is weirdly interesting considering how Lanterns keep insisting that this is war.

It addressed some important things like Kyle's funeral, although it was an emotional moment and it really felt like a funeral, I think that should have been done issues ago and generally I felt like we are past th more

Green Lantern #30

By: Robert Venditti, Billy Tan
Released: Apr 2, 2014

Hal Jordan is surrounded on the homeworld of the Khund, the bloodthirsty military wing of a cosmic alliance thats determined to crush the Green Lanterns! So why has he volunteered to fight without his ring?This issue is also offered as a combo pack edition with a redemption code for a digital download of this issue.

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