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Red Hood reviewed Teen Titans Academy #4 Aug 14, 2021
5.5

Honestly, the artwork was better than in other issues. The Gotham children try to determine who Red X is, but it's really all pointless. For the past four issues, these children have been attempting to determine who he is. There's been absolutely no progress leading to Red X being identified.

On another note, I'm very happy that I have dropped this title. I don't recommend this title t more

Teen Titans Academy #4

By: Tim Sheridan, Steve Lieber
Released: Jun 23, 2021

Who is RED X? The students of Titans Academy want to know, and they want to know NOW! After the infiltration of the school by the Suicide Squad, three unlikely students launch their own investigation into the mysterious figure’s true identity and motivation. What they find is shocking and surprising, if any of it is actually true!

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Red Hood reviewed Teen Titans Academy #3 Aug 14, 2021
6.5

TTA didn't need a tie-in to the Suicide Squad's plan but it gave us an idea on how Red X operates.

Teen Titans Academy #3

By: Tim Sheridan, Max Raynor
Released: May 26, 2021

Don’t miss this crossover with Suicide Squad!
Hunted by the deadly Task Force X, the new students of Titans Academy will have to grow up fast or risk losing one of their own even faster. Why has the Squad put a target on new speedster Bolt’s back? And why, in its charge on Titans Island, is Amanda Waller’s team of villains being led b...

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Red Hood rated Teen Titans Academy #2 Aug 14, 2021
6.0

Teen Titans Academy #2

By: Tim Sheridan, Rafa Sandoval
Released: Apr 28, 2021

The questions mount around the new school formed by the original New Teen Titans: What’s going on with Billy Batson’s access to the powers of Shazam, what dark secret is Raven’s new pupil Dane hiding, and who’s masquerading as the new Red X?

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Red Hood reviewed Teen Titans Academy #1 Aug 14, 2021
6.5

This series begins with confusion. I think they may have incorporated too many characters and tried to use the same idea with Gotham Academy, however, GA was more character centralized and action-packed.

Teen Titans Academy #1

By: Tim Sheridan, Rafa Sandoval
Released: Mar 24, 2021

Welcome to Teen Titans Academy! Packed with both new, super-powered teens and numerous dark secrets, Teen Titans Academy’s student body includes Shazam; a new Australian speedster; a trio of Goth(am) teen expatriates obsessed with Batman-and one member of this first class will become the deadly Red X. Original New Teen Titans including Nightwing,...

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Red Hood rated Suicide Squad #4 Aug 14, 2021
8.0

Suicide Squad #4

By: Robbie Thompson, Eduardo Pansica
Released: Jun 2, 2021

Task Force X missed its opportunity to extract a new speedster from Teen Titans Academy, but they return with a prize just as valuable-Red X. But the tables quickly turn when it becomes apparent the Squad’s newest target may have planned his own capture. Now hunted by X, the Squad begins to drop one by one, leaving team leader Amanda Waller scram...

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Red Hood rated Suicide Squad #3 Aug 14, 2021
7.5

Suicide Squad #3

By: Robbie Thompson, Eduardo Pansica
Released: May 5, 2021

Don’t miss this crossover with Teen Titans Academy!
Task Force X finds a new target, and it leads the clandestine team right to Teen Titans Academy. The devious and driven Amanda Waller continues her quest to form a more powerful Squad, and next on her list: the Titans’ new speedster, Bolt. But when the mysterious Red X gets in the way,...

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Red Hood reviewed Catwoman Annual: 2021 Aug 5, 2021
7.5

This issue was more of a backstory to FR.Valley and how he developed as a character and villain. IT was well-written and showed Azarael working with Valley for some time, however, it just didn't interest me. FR. Valley isn't the absolute best villain for Selina right now, but I'm still here for the story and artwork!

Catwoman Annual: 2021

By: Ram V, Fernando Blanco
Released: Jun 30, 2021

Father Valley is a mystery. His unusual style as a hit man, his habit of keeping a bible designated for each of his targets, his macabre and particular method of elegant savagery, his insistence on waiting until his target has reached their highest point before he strikes them down-these are all strange and enigmatic traits that have remained unexp...

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Red Hood reviewed Catwoman #32 Aug 5, 2021
8.0

This issue revolved around Selina's history with her partners and friends and came off well-written. The ending and cliffhanger was amazing as it left fans on their feet.

Catwoman #32

By: Ram V, Evan Cagle
Released: Jun 16, 2021

Who is Selina Kyle? That’s the question that Father Valley has taken to the streets to find out. From her humble beginnings as an Alleytown kid to her greatest heists as Catwoman, all will be revealed. Because when Father Valley asks a question, it’s best to answer...but when he’s already quoting verses, pray that it’s not already too late ...

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Red Hood reviewed Wonder Girl #1 Aug 5, 2021
9.0

What an amazing start to a series! Very well-written and started showing Yara's history with an amazing cliffhanger.

Wonder Girl #1

By: Joelle Jones
Released: May 19, 2021

The story of Yara Flor starts here!
Raised in the faroff land of Boise, Idaho, Yara Flor has always felt something was missing from her life-and now she is headed to Brazil to find it. Little does she know her arrival will set off a series of events that will change the world of Wonder Woman forever. Her return has been prophesied, and wit...

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Red Hood reviewed Future State: Gotham #2 Aug 5, 2021
8.5

I got to say - I didn't expect to be pulled back into this book as much. This issue displayed that Bruce was still alive and Red Hood has to be saved from joining the Magistrate and choosing a bad lifestyle. The ending where every inmate is out of prison was amazing and the backup was well written and illustrated. I may just have to put this back on my pull list!

Future State: Gotham #2

By: Dennis Culver, Giannis Milonogiannis
Released: Jun 9, 2021

Tragedy has brought Gotham City to its knees. Countless people are dead, seemingly at the hands of the Next Batman. Gotham demands justice, and Red Hood has vowed to answer their call. Even if that means beating his way through Nightwing and the rest of the Bat-Family to do it.

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DiegoLDUganda reviewed Crime Syndicate #6 Aug 3, 2021
7.5

Uh... This is not the best Crime Syndicate story but still, it's kinda funny. But they really need to try another book with these characters, they really have a lot of potential.

Crime Syndicate #6

By: Andy Schmidt, Bryan Hitch
Released: Aug 4, 2021

Look, up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s…Ultragirl? That’s right, folks, Kara Zor-El of Earth-3 arrives, and it’s far from a happy family reunion! Can Ultraman take his cousin down and reclaim his place as the true last survivor of Krypton? Meanwhile, on a hidden island in the Pacific, Emerald Knight must finally decide: Wil...

Red Hood reviewed Crime Syndicate #6 Aug 5, 2021
7.5

Albeit, this issue felt rushed but at least came to a satisfactory conclusion. In all honesty, this felt like a filler issue and all events that took place within this issue could've fit in a giant-sized 48 page last issue (#5). We see the Legion of Justice gather their bearings from their previous attack, the new Power Ring join the CS ranks, and what occurs after Johnny's death. I do believe tha more

Crime Syndicate #6

By: Andy Schmidt, Bryan Hitch
Released: Aug 4, 2021

Look, up in the sky! It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s…Ultragirl? That’s right, folks, Kara Zor-El of Earth-3 arrives, and it’s far from a happy family reunion! Can Ultraman take his cousin down and reclaim his place as the true last survivor of Krypton? Meanwhile, on a hidden island in the Pacific, Emerald Knight must finally decide: Wil...

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Red Hood reviewed Crime Syndicate #5 Jul 6, 2021
8.0

The artwork and the storyline have progressed a whole lot these past five issues. We finally get to see the Legion of Justice in action. It's nice to see Harley & Ivy together on a team.

Crime Syndicate #5

By: Andy Schmidt, Bryan Hitch
Released: Jul 7, 2021

The Crime Syndicate crosses the line for the last time…and Alexander Luthor demands justice! Earth-3’s Luthor, Savanna, Venus, Power Tower, Red Hood, Lonar, and Thaal Sinestro band together to form the Legion of Justice and defend their world at all costs. Will the looming threat of the Legion stand in the way of Owlman, Superwoman, and Ultrama...

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8.0

DC Festival of Heroes: The Asian Superhero Celebration #1

By: Aniz Adam Ansari, Gurihiru
Released: May 12, 2021

Grab your favorite boba and pull a chair up to the dim sum table as we celebrate Asian Heritage Month with all your favorite Asian DC characters, old and new! Join Cassandra Cain, Katana, Green Lantern Tai Pham, the Atom, Dana Tan (a.k.a. Batman Beyond), Red Arrow, Lady Shiva, Damian Wayne and the al Ghul clan, New Super-Man, and more as we present...

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7.5

Sensational Wonder Woman #2

By: Stephanie Phillips, Meghan Hetrick
Released: Jan 13, 2021

As Wonder Woman remember who she is, she and Hawkgirl must work together to stop Doctor Psycho.

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8.0

Sensational Wonder Woman #1

By: Stephanie Phillips, Meghan Hetrick
Released: Jan 6, 2021

During a battle with Doctor Psycho, Wonder Woman sacrifices herself to stop the villain, only to be hit with a psychic blast that traps her in an alternate reality. With the help of Hawkgirl, Wonder Woman has to remember who she is before it’s too late. 

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Red Hood reviewed Future State: Gotham #1 Jun 6, 2021
7.0

I really wish this book didn't have a manga style, it could've been so much better. The story is pretty strong and the cliffhanger leaves us to wonder whose side Red Hood is really on. Other than that, no complaints! Hope more characters show up.

Future State: Gotham #1

By: Dennis Culver, Giannis Milonogiannis
Released: May 12, 2021

The event that was DC Future State continues in its own ongoing title starring the Bat-Family, beginning with the epic story “Hunt the Batman.” Disaster strikes Gotham City, and all evidence points to the Next Batman! Red Hood must choose justice over his family and allies when the corrupt Magistrate enlists him to bring in the new Batman dead ...

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Red Hood reviewed Crime Syndicate #4 Jun 1, 2021
8.0

The beginning of this issue was quite slow, but we see a few new motives for this limited series as it's close to coming to a close.

The Crime Syndicate plans to create a meta-human campaign for the most part and is trying to take down Luthor to rule the earth. Green Lantern has his own separate agenda, it seems that he's going to be a double agent down future issues. Meanwhile, Luthor more

Crime Syndicate #4

By: Andy Schmidt, Bryan Hitch
Released: Jun 2, 2021

The world has been saved by the…Crime Syndicate?! With the Starro invaders vanquished, what’s next for Earth-3’s most notorious saviors? Can loose cannons Emerald Knight, Quick, and Atomica keep their cool? Will Ultraman accept Superwoman and Owlman’s tantalizing offer? And what is Alexander Luthor plotting as all these metahuman menaces ru...

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Red Hood reviewed Justice League #50 May 27, 2021
7.0

Lopresti is amazing with his artwork. Spurrier's story was really good although this was rushed even though this was an extra sized issue.

Justice League #50

By: Simon Spurrier, Aaron Lopresti
Released: Aug 5, 2020

Special extra-size anniversary issue! It’s the final chapter of “The Rule of War”-and all the rules are broken! On the alien planet Trotha, Empress Siddinx’s plan is revealed, and it’s nothing short of world domination-with the Justice League entangled in her puppet strings. But how can the team save a population that now hates and fears ...

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Red Hood reviewed Justice League #49 May 27, 2021
7.5

This was still a really decent plot, although, the invaders that wish to attack this planet felt a little rushed and out of context.

Justice League #49

By: Simon Spurrier, Aaron Lopresti
Released: Jul 15, 2020

“The Rule of War” part two! After the devastating events of last issue, the League is separated and labeled as alien visitors on a war-torn planet. With events spiraling out of control, and no leader to guide planet Trotha’s citizens, how can the League save this world without interfering? As the team battles rogue factions, Batman makes a st...

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Red Hood reviewed Justice League #48 May 27, 2021
7.5

This was a really good idea for the JL to handle and I'm glad to see that there is a bit of tension within the team as they decide what to do with this planet and its people.

Justice League #48

By: Simon Spurrier, Aaron Lopresti
Released: Jul 8, 2020

As writer Simon Spurrier jumps on board for the start of the three-part tale “The Rule of War,” it’s close encounters…of a Justice League kind! After answering a distress signal from distant space, Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, the Flash, and Green Lantern discover an abandoned cargo ship full of young aliens! When the League attempts to ...

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Red Hood reviewed Batman/Catwoman #1 May 25, 2021
7.0

This book is conflicting as it goes back and forth from old times and times where Batman has past away. The artwork is strong, however.

Batman/Catwoman #1

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Dec 2, 2020

At last, Tom King returns to the rocky, romantic saga of Batman and Catwoman with his Heroes in Crisis collaborator, superstar artist Clay Mann!
Echoing plot points from King’s epic Batman run, this sweeping tale is told across three timelines: the past, when the Bat and the Cat first fell in love; the present, where their union is threat...

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8.0

Too much of a tie-in with the Forever Evil arc and very confused as to why it didn't collect 7.1-7.4 if it wanted to tie into the FE events. Had much more potential but the artwork was strong.

Justice League of America Vol. 2: Survivors Of Evil

By: Matt Kindt, Christian Alamy

As the smoke clears from TRINITY WAR, one thing looks disturbingly clear: The members of the Justice League of America are dead, betrayed by one of their own. But all is not what it seems. Martian Manhunter and Star Girl live to fight another day, only to find themselves trapped on an alien world under the control of a group of Super-Villains. The ...

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Red Hood reviewed Justice League of America #14 May 25, 2021
7.5

Not going to lie, someone else did state that this book had potential and I agree. The series was decent, it was just tied in way too much with the Trinity War and the Forever Evil storyline. Having Catwoman on this team was a pretty cool book, I would've prefered if it didn't take so many issues to tie in.

Justice League of America #14

By: Matt Kindt, Eddy Barrows
Released: May 21, 2014

In the wake of FOREVER EVIL, the Justice League of Americas mission has come to an end so where do they go from here? No ones survival is assured! This issue is also offered as a combo pack edition with a redemption code for a digital download of this issue.Combo pack edition: $4.99 USFINAL ISSUE

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Red Hood reviewed Justice League of America #13 May 25, 2021
8.0

Kind of disappointing to see that Courtney had never left the prison to begin with but this was a great series

Justice League of America #13

By: Matt Kindt, Eddy Barrows
Released: Mar 12, 2014

The fate of the Justice League revealed! Will Manhunter and Stargirl be alive long enough to learn the truth?

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8.0

Justice League of America #12

By: Matt Kindt, Eddy Barrows
Released: Feb 12, 2014

A devastating battle against Despero begins as Manhunter and Stargirl arrive in San Francisco to save Stargirl's family from Firestorm's fallout!

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7.5

Justice League of America #11

By: Matt Kindt, Eber Ferreira
Released: Jan 15, 2014

A FOREVER EVIL tie-in! Survivors Martian Manhunter and Stargirl make a perilous trek across a Super-Villain occupied United States. Their first stop may be the last as they enter Gotham City and Clayface-occupied territory!

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Red Hood reviewed Justice League of America #10 May 25, 2021
8.5

Loved seeing the SS try and take down Stargirl. The flashbacks were a bit much but other than that this is a solid issue

Justice League of America #10

By: Matt Kindt, Eddy Barrows
Released: Dec 11, 2013

A FOREVER EVIL tie-in! The survivors of the Crime Syndicates attack now face a world where Earths most dangerous criminals are in charge. Can they bring a new team together in time to combat them?

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Red Hood reviewed Justice League of America #9 May 25, 2021
8.0

This was a good issue, just weird that Courtney was a bit selfish in this particular book as she's always been the goodie two-shoes

Justice League of America #9

By: Matt Kindt, Doug Mahnke
Released: Nov 13, 2013

A FOREVER EVIL tie-in! Martian Manhunter literally claws his way out of the fire, with one other member of the JLA at his side. But what are their chances of survival on a world being run by the deadliest Super-Villians?

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Red Hood reviewed Justice League of America #8 May 25, 2021
8.0

This is a strong restart to the series and putting Stargirl in the spotlight

Justice League of America #8

By: Matt Kindt, Doug Mahnke
Released: Oct 16, 2013

A “Forever Evil” tie-in! THE JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA IS DEAD. But in the aftermath, one of the team’s members uncovers the JLA’s darkest secrets!

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