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Loafy Trophy posted on their own profile Sep 26, 2021

Gotta love how every dumb fuck right winger considers themselves a so-called protectors of "free speech" yet they resort to blocking anyone who pushes back on their mush-brained ideas. Curious.

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Loafy Trophy - Sep 26, 2021

I know how the website works you but it’s funny you have to derail the point completely by punching a completely self-invented straw man in order to feel like you’re winning. It’s adorable.

Loafy Trophy - Sep 26, 2021

Come back anytime and get your ass kicked.

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daspidaboy reviewed Nightwing #84 Sep 21, 2021
8.0

probably the best tie-in of the event so far.

Nightwing #84

By: Tom Taylor, Robbi Rodriguez
Released: Sep 22, 2021

When the Bat-Family receives misleading information and incorrect directions from Oracle, ones Babs didn’t send herself, they realize Oracle’s system has been hacked! But who is powerful enough to break into Oracle’s own super-secure network? And what personal information is now at risk? Not only that, this mysterious Anti-Oracle is taking ad...

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DaloneDuarte reviewed Nightwing #84 Sep 21, 2021
8.5

It was a great tie-in issue. It would be even better if it didn't need to connect with Fear State and continue the story that was being developed. Art has its moments, but it was nothing special. Bruno Redondo was missed.

Nightwing #84

By: Tom Taylor, Robbi Rodriguez
Released: Sep 22, 2021

When the Bat-Family receives misleading information and incorrect directions from Oracle, ones Babs didn’t send herself, they realize Oracle’s system has been hacked! But who is powerful enough to break into Oracle’s own super-secure network? And what personal information is now at risk? Not only that, this mysterious Anti-Oracle is taking ad...

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Zx Noregrets reviewed Nightwing #84 Sep 21, 2021
10

Amazing story by Tom Taylor as always

Nightwing #84

By: Tom Taylor, Robbi Rodriguez
Released: Sep 22, 2021

When the Bat-Family receives misleading information and incorrect directions from Oracle, ones Babs didn’t send herself, they realize Oracle’s system has been hacked! But who is powerful enough to break into Oracle’s own super-secure network? And what personal information is now at risk? Not only that, this mysterious Anti-Oracle is taking ad...

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9.0

Of all the new characters introduced by JT4 during his run, Miracle Molly has been arguably the most unique. And that's something that fits her character immensely.

This book explores her origin, and while it treads on some ideas we've seen before, it's approach and execution makes it am effective and gorgeous issue to look at.

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Batman: Secret Files: Miracle Molly #1

By: James Tynion IV, Dani Strips
Released: Sep 22, 2021

Since Miracle Molly’s explosive first appearance in the pages of Batman, people have been clamoring to know more about the colorful transhumanist vigilante! Now the wait is over-the history of Gotham’s latest breakout star is revealed! It’s a story so secret even Miracle Molly doesn’t remember it! Discover what led a regular Gothamite to re...

Loafy Trophy reviewed Chu #8 Sep 26, 2021
7.0

Enjoyable read but I still feel like this title is working out the kinks. I think we need a little more development from the supporting cast. That was one of the strongest aspects of Chew and it’s lacking a bit from Layman throughout this 2nd arc as we delve into new territory away from old friends. Some pretty solid humor all around this issue provided a nice lift though.

Chu #8

By: John Layman, Dan Boultwood
Released: Sep 22, 2021

"(SHE) DRUNK HISTORY," Part Three
Saffron Chu just stumbled across the score of a lifetime. But can she stay drunk enough to pull it off?

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omnicitycomics reviewed Primordial #1 Sep 15, 2021
10

Primordial by Jeff Lemire and Andrea Sorrentino is the comic that fills the void of a particular sub-genre that’s been missing among all of the amazing comic books out. A political thriller with a conspiracy at the heart of it, along the lines of The Department of Truth, but with a focus on the cosmic. A political-cosmic thriller if you will. Set in the 1960s in an alternative universe where eve more

Primordial #1

By: Jeff Lemire, Andrea Sorrentino
Released: Sep 15, 2021

Mind-bending sci-fi collides with Cold War thriller in this six-issue miniseries by the bestselling and Eisner-winning creative team behind GIDEON FALLS!
In 1957, the USSR launched the dog, Laika, into Earth's orbit. Two years later, the USA responded with two monkeys, Able and Baker. These animals never returned. But, unbeknownst to everyone, ...

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Loafy Trophy reviewed Black Hammer: Visions #8 Sep 26, 2021
8.0

I’ll read anything David Rubin is doing the art on because his books always look spectacular. Really cool seeing him do something more Old West here compared to his normal sci-fi, Kirby-influenced work. The gold colors stood out brilliantly against the otherwise muted tones and Snyder’s Horseless Rider has a lot of potential as an addition to the Black Hammer-verse.

Black Hammer: Visions #8

By: Scott Snyder, David Rubin
Released: Sep 22, 2021

In this dueling narrative of two different sins over time, we witness an 1880s origin story of the Black Hammer cult cowboy known as the Horseless Rider and a 1950s southwestern rest home where the staff is immoral and vengeance is waiting in the shadows.

"Black Hammer: Visions proves that Jeff Lemire's Black Hammer universe is rife with ...

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Oluas reviewed X-Men #3 Sep 24, 2021
10

Xmen is getting better and better. Its really impressive how the creative team is working in a fun and beautiful issue. Jean grey is having her best moments in this era, being a fierce and intelligent co-leader, cyclops gave us the best line in the whole book (X-men love elephants!), and the moment between synch and wolverine is very smart.
I cant wait to see whats coming next!

X-Men #3

By: Gerry Duggan, Pepe Larraz
Released: Sep 22, 2021

EVOLUTION IS THE ENEMY!
The X-Men are no strangers to being targeted for their genes...but when the High Evolutionary returns with his brand of unnatural selection, the survival of the whole planet is at stake!

Rated T+

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jbong reviewed X-Men #3 Sep 23, 2021
9.0

The art in this issue alone makes this a 9

X-Men #3

By: Gerry Duggan, Pepe Larraz
Released: Sep 22, 2021

EVOLUTION IS THE ENEMY!
The X-Men are no strangers to being targeted for their genes...but when the High Evolutionary returns with his brand of unnatural selection, the survival of the whole planet is at stake!

Rated T+

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PolarIceFire reviewed X-Men #3 Sep 22, 2021
10

From elation to devastation,
and everything in between...
just cannot eXpress enough how much I enjoyed it,
or how truly eXceptional & neXt level I think it 𝘢𝘭𝘭 is.
#HOUSEofX + PLANETsizeX 2gether
w/THIS
#XMEN book = a mod #MUTANTS BIBLE!!!

X-Men #3

By: Gerry Duggan, Pepe Larraz
Released: Sep 22, 2021

EVOLUTION IS THE ENEMY!
The X-Men are no strangers to being targeted for their genes...but when the High Evolutionary returns with his brand of unnatural selection, the survival of the whole planet is at stake!

Rated T+

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Miracleman92 reviewed X-Men #3 Sep 22, 2021
10

"The X-Men love elephants!"

I love this series! For the third consecutive issue Duggan and Larraz tell a story that feels right at home with classic X-Men adventures; giving readers great action, intrigue, and interesting character moments that makes the long-time X-Men fan in me satisfied and eagerly anticipating the next issue.

X-Men #3

By: Gerry Duggan, Pepe Larraz
Released: Sep 22, 2021

EVOLUTION IS THE ENEMY!
The X-Men are no strangers to being targeted for their genes...but when the High Evolutionary returns with his brand of unnatural selection, the survival of the whole planet is at stake!

Rated T+

Loafy Trophy reviewed X-Men #3 Sep 25, 2021
8.0

I’m really enjoying what Duggan is doing here. Establishing the X-Men as Earth’s protectors throughout this arc has been a lot of fun and the team moments are really landing for me. Multiple threats are being built up and it’s nice to see Marvel letting the X line slow down for a bit to tell some classic super hero stories. Really good stuff here.

X-Men #3

By: Gerry Duggan, Pepe Larraz
Released: Sep 22, 2021

EVOLUTION IS THE ENEMY!
The X-Men are no strangers to being targeted for their genes...but when the High Evolutionary returns with his brand of unnatural selection, the survival of the whole planet is at stake!

Rated T+

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Saltyredhoodfans reviewed Nightwing #84 Sep 21, 2021
10

Feel bad for those who can´t enjoy solo ongoings of their favorite characters

Nightwing #84

By: Tom Taylor, Robbi Rodriguez
Released: Sep 22, 2021

When the Bat-Family receives misleading information and incorrect directions from Oracle, ones Babs didn’t send herself, they realize Oracle’s system has been hacked! But who is powerful enough to break into Oracle’s own super-secure network? And what personal information is now at risk? Not only that, this mysterious Anti-Oracle is taking ad...

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EthanVanSciverHiresPedos - Sep 21, 2021

Red Hood fans were begging for Tom Taylor before, and then harassed Chip Zdarsky for daring to write a real story. Guess they prefer Scott Lobdell's Mary Sue fanfics.

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Lal reviewed Nightwing #84 Sep 21, 2021
9.0

It was actually quite a good issue for a tie-in event.
The rationalization of Nightwing coming to Gotham actually made sense, and the team-up with Batman was fun and even heartwarming.
My main problem was with the art. Redondo's art was perfect in the previous arc, and he was greatly missed here.
But overall, it was a surprisingly good issue.

Nightwing #84

By: Tom Taylor, Robbi Rodriguez
Released: Sep 22, 2021

When the Bat-Family receives misleading information and incorrect directions from Oracle, ones Babs didn’t send herself, they realize Oracle’s system has been hacked! But who is powerful enough to break into Oracle’s own super-secure network? And what personal information is now at risk? Not only that, this mysterious Anti-Oracle is taking ad...

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yahhwy - Sep 21, 2021

Taylor is surprisingly a good Nightwing writer.

Loafy Trophy reviewed Nightwing #84 Sep 25, 2021
8.0

Another solid issue with great character moments. The conversation between Bruce and Dick continues to show Taylor’s mastery of Nightwing’s place within the DC universe. And while I missed Redondo’s art this issue, Rodriguez does a solid job filling in and does some great work with Batman in the shadows. Only downside is we’re tying into Fear State and losing some of the momentum from Tay more

Nightwing #84

By: Tom Taylor, Robbi Rodriguez
Released: Sep 22, 2021

When the Bat-Family receives misleading information and incorrect directions from Oracle, ones Babs didn’t send herself, they realize Oracle’s system has been hacked! But who is powerful enough to break into Oracle’s own super-secure network? And what personal information is now at risk? Not only that, this mysterious Anti-Oracle is taking ad...

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8.0

There was a lot to like here between Williams' story and Werneck's art. Some really nice additional layers were added to the central mystery. Most everything we've seen from Magneto through 2 issues feels like a red herring while the inclusion of Mystique at the end of the issue felt the opposite. The pace of the entire X line appears to be picking up as we head toward Inferno and I'm here for it. more

X-Men: The Trial of Magneto #2

By: Leah Williams, Lucas Werneck
Released: Sep 15, 2021

HABEAS CORPSES!
•  Heroes of the Marvel Universe came to Krakoa for a memorial. Now they've got a fight.
•  Magneto pushes Krakoa and the Council to the brink!
•  Also... there's something wrong with the body...

Rated T+

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deen reviewed Rorschach #12 Sep 16, 2021
10

This series, including this great final chapter, has been a great win for Tom King. Understated, noir-tinged, vaguely apocalyptic, nihilistic but with a sliver of hope thrown in - all part of the dark charm of this maxi-series. I enjoyed every issue, and I have a feeling that I will enjoy the entire thing even more now that I can read it all at once.

In an earlier review I had compared more

Rorschach #12

By: Tom King, Jorge Forns
Released: Sep 15, 2021

The end to the mystery is here! It’s been a long road to get here, and there have been a lot of dead bodies along the way, but the detective is very near closing the case. All the disparate threads lead back to the crime itself, to the assassination attempt that claimed the lives of the would-be assassins. Find out how it all went wrong for the c...

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Loafy Trophy reviewed Rorschach #12 Sep 15, 2021
9.0

This series has been such a tightly wound treat. Fornes art and Stewart’s muted color choices have done yeoman’s work in making this one of the best looking books this year. Fornes is reaching that must-buy level of status for me and King’s scripting choices really help him shine. The subtlety and confidence King had telling this story was apparent. The way the detective works through the ca more

Rorschach #12

By: Tom King, Jorge Forns
Released: Sep 15, 2021

The end to the mystery is here! It’s been a long road to get here, and there have been a lot of dead bodies along the way, but the detective is very near closing the case. All the disparate threads lead back to the crime itself, to the assassination attempt that claimed the lives of the would-be assassins. Find out how it all went wrong for the c...

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Loafy Trophy reviewed Primordial #1 Sep 15, 2021
9.5

Really intriguing story, fantastic hook at the end. All of the Sorrentino art was stimulating as usual, but I was particularly fond of the Pink Floyd homage. Excited to see what the dream team of Lemire, Sorrentino and Stewart has in store for us the rest of the way.

Primordial #1

By: Jeff Lemire, Andrea Sorrentino
Released: Sep 15, 2021

Mind-bending sci-fi collides with Cold War thriller in this six-issue miniseries by the bestselling and Eisner-winning creative team behind GIDEON FALLS!
In 1957, the USSR launched the dog, Laika, into Earth's orbit. Two years later, the USA responded with two monkeys, Able and Baker. These animals never returned. But, unbeknownst to everyone, ...

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omnicitycomics - Sep 15, 2021

I love that Pink Floyd homage as well. Can’t wait for the next issue.

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Toonstrack reviewed I Am Batman #1 Sep 14, 2021
9.5

If you like hard hitting action, neon lit gritty futurescapes, inner monologs with clear motivations, and gorgeous artwork to give life to it all, then there's very little not to like about this first issue.

Batman is dead. Missing for years. The uniforms tasked with keeping the peace have become a hunting party out for vigilantes. Gotham remains as crime ridden as ever. So Jace Fox more

I Am Batman #1

By: John Ridley, Olivier Coipel
Released: Sep 15, 2021

In the throes of Future State, the streets of Gotham City cry for justice and Jace Fox answers the call! With a new and improved Bat-Suit, Jace hits the streets to inspire and protect…as he follows the trail of the voice of misinformation and violence-the anarchistic Anti-Oracle! Can the new Dark Knight counterbalance their plan to inspire armed ...

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BitchWitcher rated Rorschach #12 Sep 15, 2021
9.5

Rorschach #12

By: Tom King, Jorge Forns
Released: Sep 15, 2021

The end to the mystery is here! It’s been a long road to get here, and there have been a lot of dead bodies along the way, but the detective is very near closing the case. All the disparate threads lead back to the crime itself, to the assassination attempt that claimed the lives of the would-be assassins. Find out how it all went wrong for the c...

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Batman Jones reviewed Rorschach #12 Sep 14, 2021
9.5

This was an extraordinary series that will have a life well beyond that of its creators, like so many of King’s 12 issue series’. I really appreciated the complexities that, again and again, required me to reread the prior issue before reading the most current one. This is a whip smart story, employing elements so fresh as to be unprecedented in comics. The coloring work alone is demonstration more

Rorschach #12

By: Tom King, Jorge Forns
Released: Sep 15, 2021

The end to the mystery is here! It’s been a long road to get here, and there have been a lot of dead bodies along the way, but the detective is very near closing the case. All the disparate threads lead back to the crime itself, to the assassination attempt that claimed the lives of the would-be assassins. Find out how it all went wrong for the c...

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EthanVanSciverHiresPedos reviewed Rorschach #12 Sep 14, 2021
9.0

LMAO the bootlicker is ass-blasted

Rorschach #12

By: Tom King, Jorge Forns
Released: Sep 15, 2021

The end to the mystery is here! It’s been a long road to get here, and there have been a lot of dead bodies along the way, but the detective is very near closing the case. All the disparate threads lead back to the crime itself, to the assassination attempt that claimed the lives of the would-be assassins. Find out how it all went wrong for the c...

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2.0

Imagine taking 80 issues to retcon a single story no one considered canon anyway.

Amazing Spider-Man #73

By: Nick Spencer, Federico Vicentini
Released: Sep 8, 2021

• We can't tell you a single thing that happens here without spoiling just about every issue that comes out between the time you're reading this and when ASM #73 comes out.
Rated T+

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Psycamorean - Sep 9, 2021

I disagree that no one considered it canon. In fact, Marvel went out of its way to reference Sins Past afterwards. In fact, when One More Day was being developed, JMS wanted to make the story non-canon, but Marvel insisted that it remain canon.

PeteRick - Sep 25, 2021

Hahahaha Let me tell you something friend, it's not up to you or fans to decide what's canon and what is not,for example you can go ahead and not consider secret war canon bcs u didn't like it and it was poorly done and no one mentioned in the upcoming comics, it would still be canonical, either you don't understand the concept of Canon, or you were those fans who were in completely denial

Loafy Trophy reviewed Swamp Thing #7 Sep 9, 2021
8.5

I'm really enjoying this series and I'm hoping we get more than just the 10 that were initially solicited. The highlight of the issue was watching Levi finally find his motivation to be Swamp Thing, thanks to a memory sequence led by the critically underused Nightmare Nurse. Ram V has a fantastic ability to weave personal stories into whatever genre he's working in, whether it's horror, fantasy or more

Swamp Thing #7

By: Ram V, Mike Perkins
Released: Sep 8, 2021

Broken and untethered from the Green, the Swamp Thing is on the run and being hunted by the Suicide Squad, deep in the forests of Kaziranga. Having learned about the true nature of the Green, Levi Kamei knows that if he is to make it out alive and regain his powers, he must choose to embrace the memory of the events that made him the new avatar of ...

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Loafy Trophy reviewed Batman #112 Sep 9, 2021
8.0

Jimenez is really doing some top notch work here. I stopped on multiple pages just to admire his art and Morey's colors just sing. And while the issue was a bit exposition heavy, I think it worked as we continue to see Tynion's pieces move into place. The general sense of paranoia the writing exudes permeates each character and really lends to the overall theme of the event. I'm a bit worried abou more

Batman #112

By: James Tynion IV, Jorge Jimenez
Released: Sep 8, 2021

A story over a year in the making and set into motion with Infinite Frontier #0, Fear State begins! Batman played into the hands of the Scarecrow, who has unleashed a coordinated attack on Gotham City through his manipulation of Simon Saint and Peacekeeper-01! But there are other forces at work with the emergence of an Anti-Oracle spreading fake ne...

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9.0

I loved all 3 stories in the issue but the absolute standout was the Daniel Warren Johnson one. A funny meta story with amazing art and a touching ending? Sign me up. I wouldn't expect any less though from DWJ, because he just does not miss ever. The Lapham story was also very, very good with some great humor centered around the Purple Man.

Deadpool: Black, White & Blood #2

By: Karla Pacheco, Leonard Kirk
Released: Sep 8, 2021

WAIT, WHAT? THEY'RE LETTING US DO ANOTHER ONE?
•  Did they not read the last one? That one was wild for sure, but this one...
•  Hoo boy. WOW. I mean, look at those credits. You think this one's gonna be LESS gonzo?
•  I'm gonna need to buy our lawyers a nice fruit basket or something.

Parental Advisory

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The Nice House on The Lake has to be the most compelling comic book out this year for me. I mean no hyperbole when I say that narratively, it is near perfect. The dialogue that takes place from page to page is just so captivating. Seeing all of the characters dealing with and still processing the nightmare they find themselves in is tough.

As I’ve been reading The Nice House on The L more

The Nice House on the Lake #4

By: James Tynion IV, Alvaro Martinez
Released: Sep 8, 2021

A terrifying truth about the house is revealed! David wants nothing more than to make his fellow residents of the House laugh. He’s the Comedian, right? That’s what he does. But if no one’s in the mood to laugh, then perhaps it’s time for him to perform the other function of comedy: to tell his audience an unbelievable truth…

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9.5

I guess comedians really do see the world differently, like they point out the absurdities of their situation. That's what David does anyway as genuine comic relief. He's not just some jokester, he wants to connect to people through a sense of understanding. In fact, it's what allows him to figure out what one character's going through better than others, including her roommate.

It's al more

The Nice House on the Lake #4

By: James Tynion IV, Alvaro Martinez
Released: Sep 8, 2021

A terrifying truth about the house is revealed! David wants nothing more than to make his fellow residents of the House laugh. He’s the Comedian, right? That’s what he does. But if no one’s in the mood to laugh, then perhaps it’s time for him to perform the other function of comedy: to tell his audience an unbelievable truth…

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