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Batman: Urban Legends #2

By: Cecil Castellucci, Eddy Barrows
Released: Apr 14, 2021

The new Batman anthology series continues! In part two of Chip Zdarsky and Eddy Barrows’s epic Batman/Red Hood story, Jason Todd has taken a man’s life, and now his mission is to keep the dead man’s young son safe. But Batman plans to take down Jason before he can make another mistake.
Then, in chapter two of Matthew Rosenberg and Ry...

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LunaMoody reviewed Nightwing #78 Mar 16, 2021
6.0

The book was okay. Nothing to get excited about. I do hope that Babs is not a part of it for long. I totally dislike her character or them as a couple. I've always thought they fit better as sort of brother sister team rather then a couple. I found the whole Alfred being super rich and leaving his money to Dick unbelievable. If the was to leave his money to any of them I feel it would've been Jaso 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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LunaMoody - Mar 16, 2021

Oh I'm not saying that Jason and Babs would make a good couple at all.NO NO NO !!! I don't like Babs at all and don't want her with any of the Bats. I thought was totally gross when they paired her with Bruce. Gross on so many levels !!! I'm not even sure why you thought I wanted Jason with Babs. But no I'd like him with Artemis also

Blackgirl - Mar 17, 2021

I felt exactly the same, if it hadn't been Alfred in the letter it would have been something beautiful. But Taylor I don't know why I'm exaggerating so much on that.

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fenixalasnegras reviewed Nightwing #78 Mar 16, 2021
5.0

This number is a cliche. Taylor feels the desperate need to bet on Dick's emotional and exalted values ​​(if you ask me, this doesn't flow naturally). But after reading other competing comics, this doesn't work for me.

This issue opens with DC's favorite couple where in this variable story

Barbara meets Dick, and Dick is a hero like he always does.
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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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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!! 😂😂😂

silencecaptif reviewed Nightwing #78 Mar 16, 2021
4.5

As I've always said, no matter what readers comment or critics rate, success or lack of success translates to sales.
From MY PERSPECTIVE PERSPECTIVE I see an overvaluation of this number. BUT IT'S OK, Nightwing has fierce fans and a lot of them can be rude and bigoted. It is logical that if you like a character you lose perspective.
An unspectacular beginning, lazy, simple, with art it i 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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Merlyn reviewed The Next Batman: Second Son #2 Mar 2, 2021
1.5

Unfortunately after a first decent issue it went back to classic Ridley territory.

The Next Batman: Second Son #2

By: John Ridley, Tony Akins
Released: Mar 3, 2021

Tim “Jace” Fox has returned home following the tragic events of Joker War and Lucius Fox taking full control of the massive Wayne fortune. While his mother and sisters greet Jace, his younger brother had a prior engagement with an armed madman—as BATWING! The adventure continues in this exciting series as readers will come to know the man who...

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silencecaptif - Mar 12, 2021

And of course I CAN FREELY CRITICIZE THIS CHARACTER. I'm A FRENCH-MOROCCAN WOMAN (I have African DNA in my veins) and being thrown a bad comic with a poorly made black character to feel identified is rubbish.

Merlyn - Mar 13, 2021

@silence: Unfortunately in today's world your type of thinking is pretty rare. But I'm glad to see that there are still people who refuse to eat up the bullshit that companies throw their way.

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Afre reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #61 Mar 10, 2021
9.5

This was such a fresh issue. I didn't expect this kind of shift to the status quo, but I'm liking it very much. I'm very interested to see what will happen next, especially since Kindred will be taking a backseat for now.

Gleason art was wonderful, especially the second page.

Amazing Spider-Man #61

By: Nick Spencer, Patrick Gleason
Released: Mar 10, 2021

• Peter Parker gets a new job!
•  Spidey gets a new look!
•  And Kingpin's plans start coming together!
Rated T+

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Psycamorean reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #61 Mar 10, 2021
10

A really big shift in tone. I think people who were bored, or annoyed, by Kindred will enjoy this more.

Amazing Spider-Man #61

By: Nick Spencer, Patrick Gleason
Released: Mar 10, 2021

• Peter Parker gets a new job!
•  Spidey gets a new look!
•  And Kingpin's plans start coming together!
Rated T+

silencecaptif reviewed Amazing Spider-Man #61 Mar 12, 2021
8.0

It was not as interesting as the previous books, but I had fun, Peter is always nice to read.

Amazing Spider-Man #61

By: Nick Spencer, Patrick Gleason
Released: Mar 10, 2021

• Peter Parker gets a new job!
•  Spidey gets a new look!
•  And Kingpin's plans start coming together!
Rated T+

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silencecaptif reviewed Daredevil #28 Mar 12, 2021
9.0

I thought that the whole situation of Matt would change when King in Black, however this number did not disappoint me, this is the part that I love about the Marvel writers, they deepen the real problems, their hereoes are human full of successes and errors, that generates empathy.

Daredevil #28

By: Chip Zdarsky, Marco Checchetto
Released: Mar 10, 2021

A NEW DAREDEVIL RISES TO PROTECT HELL'S KITCHEN!
Matt Murdock is a killer - but while he's serving his time as the masked vigilante called Daredevil, Hell's Kitchen has suddenly been left without a guardian devil.
Or it was, until ELEKTRA NATCHIOS took it upon herself to protect Murdock's neighborhood and his legacy as the NEW DAREDEVIL!

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TheBest rated Batman: Urban Legends #1 Mar 10, 2021
1.0

Batman: Urban Legends #1

By: Stephanie Phillips, Eddy Barrows
Released: Mar 10, 2021

Batman may be the biggest name in Gotham City, but there are lots of other heroes-and villains-who will get a turn to shine in Batman: Urban Legends, a brand-new monthly series tying into the biggest events in Gotham City. The series begins with these can’t-miss tales:
• Superstar writer Chip Zdarsky enters the world of Gotham City with...

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silencecaptif - Mar 12, 2021

woow friend, did you think so bad? I mean, I hate what DC has done, a decent story, NOTHING ORIGINAL with putting Bat and Hood fighting again.

silencecaptif - Mar 12, 2021

I would like to know why you hated her so much, with all due respect and curiosity,

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3.0

John Ridley has everything to be an amazing Batman writer, but Tim Fox as the Next Batman is just a boring idea...

The Next Batman: Second Son #2

By: John Ridley, Tony Akins
Released: Mar 3, 2021

Tim “Jace” Fox has returned home following the tragic events of Joker War and Lucius Fox taking full control of the massive Wayne fortune. While his mother and sisters greet Jace, his younger brother had a prior engagement with an armed madman—as BATWING! The adventure continues in this exciting series as readers will come to know the man who...

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Jurooo reviewed The Next Batman: Second Son #2 Mar 3, 2021
1.0

THIS IS NOT BATMAN !!!!

The Next Batman: Second Son #2

By: John Ridley, Tony Akins
Released: Mar 3, 2021

Tim “Jace” Fox has returned home following the tragic events of Joker War and Lucius Fox taking full control of the massive Wayne fortune. While his mother and sisters greet Jace, his younger brother had a prior engagement with an armed madman—as BATWING! The adventure continues in this exciting series as readers will come to know the man who...

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1.0

Maybe “the acclaimed writer of 12 years a slave” should make a sequel to “the acclaimed film 12 years a slave” and GTFO of comics

The Next Batman: Second Son #2

By: John Ridley, Tony Akins
Released: Mar 3, 2021

Tim “Jace” Fox has returned home following the tragic events of Joker War and Lucius Fox taking full control of the massive Wayne fortune. While his mother and sisters greet Jace, his younger brother had a prior engagement with an armed madman—as BATWING! The adventure continues in this exciting series as readers will come to know the man who...

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Mingthemerciless - Mar 8, 2021

The interaction between batwing and the cops is typical of Ridleys racial skew in his writing. Batwings entire face is covered there's no indication hes black yet the cops are instantly brusque and suspicious of him even as the real criminal is present. Ridley masks this with the idea that it's because "capes" are under suspicion in Gotham but it's not very believable.

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Psycamorean reviewed Batman: Urban Legends #1 Mar 9, 2021
9.0

This is a really good anthology. Anthologies are usually rough, but when you put good creators on them, it tends to go better. The Red Hood story by Chip Zdarsky is my favorite. The best Red Hood I've read since... Well, honestly, ever, thanks to Scott Lobdell. That ending sure is a hook. The Harley and Ivy story is not on par, but it's not bad. I kinda found the stuff set in the past a little ann more

Batman: Urban Legends #1

By: Stephanie Phillips, Eddy Barrows
Released: Mar 10, 2021

Batman may be the biggest name in Gotham City, but there are lots of other heroes-and villains-who will get a turn to shine in Batman: Urban Legends, a brand-new monthly series tying into the biggest events in Gotham City. The series begins with these can’t-miss tales:
• Superstar writer Chip Zdarsky enters the world of Gotham City with...

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fenixalasnegras - Mar 9, 2021

from Judd Winick, yes I know, Lobdell even though he was not good gave some good numbers. It would be great if Chip continued with Red Hood in a solo series. Grifter after Hood was the only thing I liked.

Psycamorean - Mar 9, 2021

I hope Chip continues too.

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10

I shouldn't rate this so high since there are two bad stories and mainly Harley's who was rubbish and I hate those fillers, however Hood's story destroys emotions from beginning to end. Chip develops an excellent story giving us a glimpse into the past, when he is that adorable Robin, and when he becomes a hood, Alfred that man and his wisdom that Batman does not know how to take advantage of, Jas more

Batman: Urban Legends #1

By: Stephanie Phillips, Eddy Barrows
Released: Mar 10, 2021

Batman may be the biggest name in Gotham City, but there are lots of other heroes-and villains-who will get a turn to shine in Batman: Urban Legends, a brand-new monthly series tying into the biggest events in Gotham City. The series begins with these can’t-miss tales:
• Superstar writer Chip Zdarsky enters the world of Gotham City with...

10

the work on Red Hood was impeccable, it could be said that if this book had been only Red Hood and Grifter with the 70 pages it would be worth every penny, but the abuse of spoiling a great story with Ivy and Harley was terrible, and Outsiders that only lower the quality, To pay 7 euros only for Hood's story do not justify this price.

It is worth reading the main story that is Hood, of more

Batman: Urban Legends #1

By: Stephanie Phillips, Eddy Barrows
Released: Mar 10, 2021

Batman may be the biggest name in Gotham City, but there are lots of other heroes-and villains-who will get a turn to shine in Batman: Urban Legends, a brand-new monthly series tying into the biggest events in Gotham City. The series begins with these can’t-miss tales:
• Superstar writer Chip Zdarsky enters the world of Gotham City with...

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4.0

I dropped this series long ago. Just came back for the Joker War tie-in. This issue was very bland and contrived. I'm glad I bailed on this series a while ago.

Red Hood and the Outlaws #48

By: Scott Lobdell, Brett Booth
Released: Aug 26, 2020

In the aftermath of the war between Batman and The Joker, Jason Todd has a few decisions to make. Does Gotham City-or the world at large-really need the Red Hood? If Jason contemplates retiring the Red Hood mask altogether, what does that mean for Artemis and Bizarro? Can the Outlaws continue to exist without their leader? A family reunion with Ric...

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silencecaptif - Feb 26, 2021

This was to demonstrate to ask nicely instead of attacking the person with whom you do not match in the rating as many in this place do. Lobdell does not make me very good either, by the way. Thank you again.

Psycamorean - Feb 26, 2021

No problem

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4.0

This was not worth reading for Joker War alone.

Red Hood and the Outlaws #48

By: Scott Lobdell, Brett Booth
Released: Aug 26, 2020

In the aftermath of the war between Batman and The Joker, Jason Todd has a few decisions to make. Does Gotham City-or the world at large-really need the Red Hood? If Jason contemplates retiring the Red Hood mask altogether, what does that mean for Artemis and Bizarro? Can the Outlaws continue to exist without their leader? A family reunion with Ric...

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silencecaptif - Feb 26, 2021

I liked this number, and I have not become an idiot and discredit you because it is simply your thinking and I respect it, this number has many errors, for my taste Nightwing Joker War has been the most disastrous, it is more all Joker War I did not like it.

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Yam09 reviewed Red Hood and the Outlaws #48 Oct 20, 2020
1.0

Nerf Nightwing for Jason to shine (Yet Jason can't still beat him in this issue LOL). That's okay. I can give it a 5/10. But female Joker makes this 1/10.

Red Hood and the Outlaws #48

By: Scott Lobdell, Brett Booth
Released: Aug 26, 2020

In the aftermath of the war between Batman and The Joker, Jason Todd has a few decisions to make. Does Gotham City-or the world at large-really need the Red Hood? If Jason contemplates retiring the Red Hood mask altogether, what does that mean for Artemis and Bizarro? Can the Outlaws continue to exist without their leader? A family reunion with Ric...

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silencecaptif - Feb 26, 2021

I appreciate your kind attention and if you want to respond, it will be nice to read you.

silencecaptif - Feb 26, 2021

and an excuse my English is not very good.

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7.0

A good tie in. Separate from the main storyline going on with Red Hood. I liked the whole PTSD segment with Red Hood and Punchline and what not. This tie-in in general touches back on alot of past memories of Jason before he became Red Hood, which I really liked. Great art by Booth, writing was decent. Good action, quick pace, some interesting panel options. Just an all around solid tie-in. Its dr more

Red Hood and the Outlaws #48

By: Scott Lobdell, Brett Booth
Released: Aug 26, 2020

In the aftermath of the war between Batman and The Joker, Jason Todd has a few decisions to make. Does Gotham City-or the world at large-really need the Red Hood? If Jason contemplates retiring the Red Hood mask altogether, what does that mean for Artemis and Bizarro? Can the Outlaws continue to exist without their leader? A family reunion with Ric...

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8.0

A good tie-in to the Joker War which leads to the previous issue of Nightwing. It's from Red Hood's view and I liked it. The art was A class.

Red Hood and the Outlaws #48

By: Scott Lobdell, Brett Booth
Released: Aug 26, 2020

In the aftermath of the war between Batman and The Joker, Jason Todd has a few decisions to make. Does Gotham City-or the world at large-really need the Red Hood? If Jason contemplates retiring the Red Hood mask altogether, what does that mean for Artemis and Bizarro? Can the Outlaws continue to exist without their leader? A family reunion with Ric...

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Emma reviewed Red Hood and the Outlaws #48 Nov 4, 2020
10

there is an abrupt cut in the continuity quite terrible, nevertheless the story is excellent, dramatic.
The art is not very good but the way it expresses the emotions of Red Hood is great.

Red Hood and the Outlaws #48

By: Scott Lobdell, Brett Booth
Released: Aug 26, 2020

In the aftermath of the war between Batman and The Joker, Jason Todd has a few decisions to make. Does Gotham City-or the world at large-really need the Red Hood? If Jason contemplates retiring the Red Hood mask altogether, what does that mean for Artemis and Bizarro? Can the Outlaws continue to exist without their leader? A family reunion with Ric...

10

Red Hood and the Outlaws #48

By: Scott Lobdell, Brett Booth
Released: Aug 26, 2020

In the aftermath of the war between Batman and The Joker, Jason Todd has a few decisions to make. Does Gotham City-or the world at large-really need the Red Hood? If Jason contemplates retiring the Red Hood mask altogether, what does that mean for Artemis and Bizarro? Can the Outlaws continue to exist without their leader? A family reunion with Ric...

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10

Red Hood and the Outlaws #49

By: Scott Lobdell, Paolo Pantalena
Released: Sep 30, 2020

Jason’s ongoing war against the Untitled comes to a sudden, startling and tragic end with the help of…Red Hood and the Outlaws?! But to protect the world, one of his teammates must make the ultimate sacrifice for the greater good!

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silencecaptif reviewed Batman: Black & White #3 Feb 24, 2021
2.0

books like these is the reason why I no longer buy dc comics

Batman: Black & White #3

By: Bengal
Released: Feb 24, 2021

The mythology of Batman continues to expand in this issue of Batman Black and White as we explore alternate takes and possible futures for the Caped Crusader from the minds of comics’ most innovative and creative thinkers!
• Academy Award-winning writer John Ridley and iconic Thor and Avengers artist Olivier Coipel reteam to dip into th...

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Pvictor26 - Feb 26, 2021

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Comics Code Authorities - Mar 19, 2021

Books like this are the reason I may soon be joining you.

fenixalasnegras posted on silencecaptif's profile Feb 24, 2021

Préparez-vous à commencer les traductions, nous sommes passés de DC à Marvel.https://www.facebook.com/JayPrettyZombie/ et Pio https://twitter.com/Mi2May

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fenixalasnegras - Feb 24, 2021

Nous ne traduisons que le truc Red Hood de DC

silencecaptif - Feb 26, 2021

Merci je l'ai eu.

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Merlyn reviewed Future State: Nightwing #2 Feb 16, 2021
3.5

It's a shame Scott's art was wasted on this comic.

Future State: Nightwing #2

By: Andrew Constant, Nicola Scott
Released: Feb 17, 2021

It’s an all-new dynamic for the Dynamic Duo when Nightwing and Gotham’s mysterious new Batman join forces against the Magistrate. But when the totalitarian force controlling the city declares the two heroes their primary targets, Nightwing will need to call on the full force of his hidden resistance, including two Batgirls, Huntress, and Two-Fa...

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Merlyn - Feb 17, 2021

@silencecaptif: Are you reffering just to this comic or Future State as a whole? I liked the first issue of Nightwing but this one was a bit on the nose with some of the dialogue, it went into cringe territory and overall just didn't achieve anything with Nightwing.

silencecaptif - Feb 24, 2021

future state altogether. This number was not great either, many forced parts, Oh Dick our great leader, hello you are Batman, I do not know you, I even know if you are a good or bad person but you wear the cape so let's be a parners.

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4.5

OMG TOTALLY FORCED THIS UNION. Of course they are using the acceptance that Nightwing has so that this Batman who now we do not know if his name is Tim or Jace Fox likes his character like a new Batman, it is like wanting to force a piece that you made and drew yourself to enter the puzzle. That's how it felt, what is more, this messy event was throwing up unfinished stories to insist that only th more

Future State: Nightwing #2

By: Andrew Constant, Nicola Scott
Released: Feb 17, 2021

It’s an all-new dynamic for the Dynamic Duo when Nightwing and Gotham’s mysterious new Batman join forces against the Magistrate. But when the totalitarian force controlling the city declares the two heroes their primary targets, Nightwing will need to call on the full force of his hidden resistance, including two Batgirls, Huntress, and Two-Fa...

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Mingthemerciless - Feb 17, 2021

We ve been teased a future Damien Wayne as more brutal batman and fans have reacted positively to that. And every bat fans would love to see Tim Drake in the Cape and cowl. His detective skills rival Bruce's and can be somber and moody like Bruce. DC shouldn't short change the fans that have stuck with the title simply to address social agendas. Its insulting.

fenixalasnegras - Feb 18, 2021

I don't exactly understand why not do what they did with John and Clark, why not do it with Damian and Bruce, putting a little-known character, without training without the correct passage of the mantle is a serious mistake and I have actually read more unfavorable comments about this new Batman in the networks. I think the only one that has really liked is Yara and we go back to the construction of the character, really as you say she is bad and lazy.

silencecaptif reviewed Thor #12 Feb 24, 2021
9.0

i liked notwithstanding thor's dady issues.

Thor #12

By: Donny Cates, Nic Klein
Released: Feb 17, 2021

DOCTORS FOSTER & BLAKE, READY YOUR SCALPELS!
Once upon a time, Jane Foster and Donald Blake were more than friends. With Blake at her side, Jane could've shared the very throne of Asgard. Now...they are about to become the bitterest of enemies. And if Valkyrie falls, she'll have lost more than a crown. All of the Ten Realms are at stake - not t...

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