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FuzzyCracker reviewed Action Comics #1044 Jun 30, 2022
9.0

A real standout title. Pretty sad that people who don't read comics are review bombing this

Action Comics #1044

By: Philip Kennedy Johnson, Riccardo Federici
Released: Jun 29, 2022

The Warworld Revolution is here! With the Genesis Stone feeding Kal-El a portion of his long-dormant powers, the quest to overthrow Mongul's tyrannical rule is well under way...but can Superman convince the war-torn combat-ants of this hellish nightmare planet that kindness can best cruelty? All this, plus Midnighter stabs some fools who had it com...

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RedKryptoSuperman - Aug 12, 2022

Thank you for the concern on how I spend my money, however completion of a run is important and I'm optimistic that things will improve eventually. Bendis at least understood the character of Superman and knew to keep stories short to appeal to a large audience. The formula is simple 3 stories that are 4 issues each that tie into a larger story arc to be resolved during the summer annual season. This is just banking on trade paperback sales. I understand their shift but I don't have to like it

Amazing Psycamorean - Aug 13, 2022

...I mean, have you been out of comics since the late 90s? Cause that's when the trade paperbacks really began to play a role in the construction of stories in the ongoing titles. Bendis' run had long arcs, but they were incoherent, which is why you thought it didn't.

3.5

If this is a parody, then well done. If not... lol

Batman: Beyond the White Knight #4

By: Sean Murphy
Released: Jun 29, 2022

The hunt continues as Bruce Wayne searches for the most dangerous offspring in Neo-Gotham, the daughter of The Joker! Little does he know the new Batman is right behind him, waiting for just the right moment to strike and put an end to the older generation of heroes in the city. All seems to be going according to plan for Derek Powers, as his true ...

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FuzzyCracker rated Nightwing #92 May 25, 2022
8.5

Nightwing #92

By: Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo
Released: May 18, 2022

Blüdhaven mayor Melinda Zucco is in trouble-pretending to work for Blockbuster while secretly trying to take him and his gang of criminals down, while also working alongside Dick Grayson to uplift the city. But as his half sister sharing the last name of the man who killed his parents, it's...a lot to juggle, and enough for one to accidentally let...

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Lal reviewed Batman: Beyond the White Knight #3 May 25, 2022
1.0

The book emphesizing that the main antagonist is Jewish and then portraying him using antisemitic stereotypes is troubling, to say the least.

Batman: Beyond the White Knight #3

By: Sean Murphy
Released: May 25, 2022

The future of Gotham is coming to destroy its past! Batman...murderer? After discovering Bruce Wayne facilitated the murder of his father, Terry goes on the hunt, ready to unleash as Batman Beyond. The clock is ticking for Bruce in more ways than one after Harley Quinn's daughter goes missing. And if she takes after her father, the fate of the city...

FuzzyCracker reviewed Action Comics #1043 May 24, 2022
9.0

Not a lot of good books this week, but this has been a consistent standout. By far the best Superman ongoing since Morrison, no question.

Action Comics #1043

By: Philip Kennedy Johnson, Riccardo Federici
Released: May 25, 2022

The next chapter of the Warworld Saga begins! Following the first victory by Superman and the Phaelosians, the Warworld Rebellion has begun. But Mongul has become more merciless than ever, cracking down on his enemies with unspeakable cruelty. With Superman’s people suffering and his options dwindling, his thoughts turn to the mythical necropolis...

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daspidaboy - May 24, 2022

what about Peter J Tomasi run on Superman

FuzzyCracker - May 25, 2022

It was fine, but it dropped the ball after two volumes. Doesn't stack up to this run.

FuzzyCracker reviewed Deathstroke Inc. #9 May 24, 2022
5.0

This whole event has been one big "ok". Lot of exposition and splash pages, but very little worthwhile happening.

Deathstroke Inc. #9

By: Joshua Williamson, Paolo Pantalena
Released: May 25, 2022

A tragic death sends the Shadow War into overdrive, and Batman and Robin must solve the mystery before more blood is shed! Meanwhile, Deathstroke regroups with the Secret Society to plan an attack on Talia and the League of Shadows. If Talia wanted a war, she's going to get a war!

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FuzzyCracker reviewed Task Force Z #8 May 24, 2022
2.0

Reads like Twitter bait, honestly. Hard to believe that this snoozefest comes from the same writer as DC vs Vampires.

Task Force Z #8

By: Matthew Rosenberg, Eddy Barrows
Released: May 25, 2022

All-new team! Same old problems! After losing everything, Task Force Z has finally discovered who their real enemy is. Jason and his team are on the run, underpowered, and outgunned. But everyone knew this was really just a Suicide Squad when they signed up, right? One way or another, they are going to finish this. Only one thing stands in their wa...

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Amazing Psycamorean reviewed Devil's Reign #1 Dec 10, 2021
10

Great start, super excited to see where it leads. Anyone who didn't like it is a whiny little bitch baby.

Devil's Reign #1

By: Chip Zdarsky, Marco Checchetto
Released: Dec 8, 2021

The story that's been building for years is here! Wilson Fisk went from Kingpin to Mayor of the biggest city in America and is going to bring his full criminal and political power to bear on the super heroes who call NYC home. The man who once destroyed Daredevil has set his sights on The Fantastic Four, Iron Man, Captain America, Spider-Man, Jessi...

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Amazing Psycamorean - Dec 22, 2021

That;s not a real answer. Who are you?

Kreniigh - Dec 29, 2021

LOL

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Loafy Trophy reviewed Hulk #2 Dec 16, 2021
7.5

We get more of the inner workings of Starship Hulk this issue. I think Cates is doing a nice job of making this work through Banner's control of the Hulk portion of his psyche. I'm guessing that Betty is really a portion of Bruce's empathy that Bruce has managed to split off from himself in order to create this monstrosity.

It's debatable whether or not that's regressive for the charac more

Hulk #2

By: Donny Cates, Ryan Ottley
Released: Dec 15, 2021

“MAD SCIENTIST” Part 2 of 6 Bruce Banner finally has total control with the Hulk locked away. But with a tight grip on his plans, Bruce forgot one thing…variables can happen at any time…and this one? Even Bruce couldn’t have imagined. The craziness continues, as the Hulk hurdles farther into space, but he is not alone out there!

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Amazing Psycamorean - Dec 21, 2021

I'll be nice with nonspecific wording, but people of his... persuasion are a paranoid, cowardly lot that live their lives in constant fear over the most meaningless things they've been told is in the dark.

FuzzyCracker - Dec 21, 2021

I wish them happy holiday.

9.0

You know you got a pretty solid comic when you know that it triggers the diseased part of the Internet.

Nightwing Vol. 1: Leaping Into The Light

By: Tom Taylor, Neil Edwards

Nightwing is back in Blüdhaven and his drive to keep his adopted city safe has never been stronger! But protecting Blüdhaven is no small task, especially now that it’s being menaced by Nightwing’s most terrifying foe yet-a mysterious and murderous villain with a penchant for stealing his victim’s hearts, known only as Heartless. Collected...

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FuzzyCracker commented on this:
10

Wow.

That would be a sufficient response to reading a book like this as I have just done. But it certainly isn't sufficient to my tastes.

Im quite certain if you're reading this you have either already read the book, or you already plan to. But in case those don't apply, I'll be the one of untold many to tell you do stop what you are doing and read this book.

Thi more

Wonder Woman Historia: The Amazons #1

By: Kelly Sue DeConnick, Phil Jimenez
Released: Dec 1, 2021

The wait is over, and the entire story of the Amazons can finally be told! Millennia ago, Queen Hera and the goddesses of the Olympian pantheon grew greatly dissatisfied with their male counterparts…and far from their sight, they put a plan into action. A new society was born, one never before seen on Earth, capable of wondrous and terrible thing...

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Toonstrack - Dec 2, 2021

Wow, sounds great. Definitely wanna find that

Amazing Psycamorean - Dec 2, 2021

Decorum is great. Excited it'll (eventually) come back.

FuzzyCracker commented on this:
4.0

Yeah, sorry, Brandon Thomas doesn't really get what being a hero means. There's a panel where Arthur chooses to save only one of the two pilots. It's true, it's implied the other was a traitor, but at that point Arthur had no idea that was the case. This being Brandon Thomas, a writer absolutely obsessed with race, I do think that in his disgusting mind, he thought a hero would prioritize saving a more

Aquaman / Green Arrow: Deep Target #2

By: Brandon Thomas, Ronan Cliquet
Released: Nov 24, 2021

As Aquaman and Green Arrow work to piece together the mystery of the altered timeline, Scorpio’s General Anderton gets an upgrade of his own.

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UxasIs - Dec 3, 2021

@FuzzyCracker Im starting to think Merlyns just a troll, I don't believe this is actually serious

Merlyn - Dec 3, 2021

@UxasIs: You repeatedly said you don't want to comment here, yet you keep commenting here. Take a break. You're blocked.

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Amazing Psycamorean reviewed Robins #1 Oct 19, 2021
4.0

I can't believe the fans voted for this one. The writing is really not good at all. And the art is... an acquired taste. I really don't have much to say about this issue beyond that. As a tangent to lengthen my review, I've never been more confused by a comic's attempt at political inserts than by the Devotees of Anarchy. It's obviously QAnon inspired, but at the same time, it's about anarchy. The more

Robins #1

By: Tim Seeley, Baldemar Rivas
Released: Nov 17, 2021

The five heroes to have donned the Robin cape and mask find themselves at a crossroads in their lives. Dick Grayson, Jason Todd, Tim Drake, Stephanie Brown, and Damian Wayne come together to discuss the big thing that binds them together: Was being Robin, and Batman’s sidekick, the best choice they could’ve made? But before they can get to the ...

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FuzzyCracker - Nov 17, 2021

Seeley has written some very good comics in the past, and the disparity between the real Anarky and the terrorists here is intentional. https://twitter.com/HackinTimSeeley/status/1460794140065734663?s=20 It's not uncommon for these QAnon-types to misunderstand and misappropriate political ideologies. Just look at Merlyn.

Amazing Psycamorean - Nov 17, 2021

I've read plenty of his work and holy shit, it isn't good. And yeah, I know it's not uncommon, I said as much. I just don't trust Seeley and, since I'm no fan, I'm also not following him on twitter. I'm glad it's intentional. Doesn't change my review here, because I didn't rate it on this one part of the comic. I rated it for its very poor writing.

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Amazing Psycamorean posted on their own profile Oct 26, 2021

Lmao, it's very funny how Merlyn is deciding to review bomb things he's not reading just because I'm reading and reviewing it.

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Hex - Nov 4, 2021

He did the same thing for me. Granted, it wasn't shocking that he "read" Dark Knights of Steel but his review was a direct reaction to only the first line of my review. If he can't even read the reviews we post that he shadow follows, how can he be reading the books he hates??

Amazing Psycamorean - Nov 5, 2021

I honestly just think he skims them. He gets things wrong so, so often.

FuzzyCracker commented on this:
8.0

I read this nice and early so I could review it early, so I could hope to miss out on the terrible, toxic discourse this series creates because a minority of idiots decide to keep reading a book that sends them for a spin for daring to be written by someone who's not as idiotic as them. The optimist in me doesn't see much that could be potentially disagreeable here, even from their idiotic perspec more

Superman: Son of Kal-El #4

By: Tom Taylor, Daniele Di Nicuolo
Released: Oct 20, 2021

Kal-El has left, and the weight of the world now rests on his son's shoulders. Powerful forces have been threatened by Jon Kent's first leaps in his father's boots. It's hard to hurt a man of steel, but his loved ones make a much easier target.Jon's world is about to come crashing down.

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FuzzyCracker - Oct 20, 2021

They all like to read from the same script. They're NPCs, incapable of original thoughts.

Amazing Psycamorean - Oct 20, 2021

Their media analysis is super cringe.

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Batman Jones reviewed Nightwing #83 Aug 17, 2021
10

1.I’m getting a little tired of some fans saying Taylor is a bad writer. I’m not sure that anyone is writing a better series than this one, possibly at any company. He has also made me a fan of Jonathan Kent and even of him in the Superman role in one issue flat. I didn’t think any writer capable of that. The guys is shitting gold lately. DC should give him the run of the place or at least g more

Nightwing #83

By: Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo
Released: Aug 18, 2021

It’s a fight for the soul of the city! Now that Dick Grayson has inherited more money than he could possibly need, he has an idea on how he can help the city with it-and it’s time for him to announce it to the world! But with Blüdhaven's so beyond saving, what idea does he have that could possible save it? Meanwhile, an unexpected figure comes...

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FuzzyCracker - Aug 21, 2021

@Weird Science Jim. No one is complaining about you. They're complaining about the obvious review bombing from newly made accounts, and that one idiot who thinks everything is an attack on his precious Trump.

Amazing Psycamorean - Aug 29, 2021

Not gonna get deep into the Afghanistan pullout because nuance is dead here, but "Afghani" is a currency. Calling the Afghan people "Afghanis" is basically telling everyone in the room that you don't know anything about the conflict.

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Amazing Psycamorean reviewed Nightwing #82 Jul 20, 2021
9.0

I don't care about the retcon because I'm not a cuck. The art and the writing are on point here. I was thoroughly entertained.

Nightwing #82

By: Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo
Released: Jul 21, 2021

Melinda Zucco’s connection to the man who killed Dick Grayson’s parents wasn’t a surprise to the Blüdhaven hero, but what the former Robin discovers about Melinda’s ties to the Flying Graysons leaves the usually upbeat detective speechless.

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FuzzyCracker - Jul 20, 2021

Check out all of the 1.0s. Mostly new accounts. Someone's seething.

FuzzyCracker - Jul 24, 2021

It's just one or two people spamming with alts. Pretty sad.

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Saltyredhoodfans rated Nightwing #82 Jul 20, 2021
10

Nightwing #82

By: Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo
Released: Jul 21, 2021

Melinda Zucco’s connection to the man who killed Dick Grayson’s parents wasn’t a surprise to the Blüdhaven hero, but what the former Robin discovers about Melinda’s ties to the Flying Graysons leaves the usually upbeat detective speechless.

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FuzzyCracker - Jul 21, 2021

Wow, you aren't kidding! https://i.imgur.com/l256z84.png How deranged do you have to be to have a fictional character living in your head rent-free?

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7.5

I genuinely can't get over how much of a crybaby Merlyn is in his review. You should really get some therapy if one panel makes you go off like that. Sadistic? Lmao. The stories here are mostly pretty good. Fetch is really cute. I really like how G. Willow Wilson writes Clark in De-Escalation. Your Favorite was fine but not... my favorite. Red Sun...Blue Dot looks great and Generations is heartfel more

Superman: Red & Blue #5

By: Mark Buckingham
Released: Jul 21, 2021

There’s no dog in the Multiverse quite like Superman’s real best friend, Krypto!
Join us this month for an epic retelling of Superman’s canine companion’s origin story, along with four additional tales about the Man of Steel, including one that proves that even in his secret identity Clark Kent is just as super. While Superman is kn...

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Merlyn reviewed Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow #1 Jun 15, 2021
1.0

Wow! This was atrocious even by Tom King standards. It sounded like something Bendis would write, but I'm sure Tom thought he sounded highly intelligent, just as his fans love to think about themselves. Poor Supergirl, after the cringey tv show and the bad comics from the last years, now she has to go through this torture too. I wouldn't be surprised if she becomes a villain after this, it's King' more

Supergirl: Woman of Tomorrow #1

By: Tom King, Bilquis Evely
Released: Jun 16, 2021

Kara Zor-El has seen some epic adventures over the years, but finds her life without meaning or purpose. Here she is, a young woman who saw her planet destroyed and was sent to Earth to protect a baby cousin who ended up not needing her. What was it all for? Wherever she goes, people only see her through the lens of Superman’s fame. Just when Sup...

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Skyrotic - Jun 25, 2021

Merlyn, your a fat idiot that needs to go outside more instead of being obssessed with a writer who doesn't know you exist. Maybe even talk to a breathing female for once instead of the corpses we all know you like to play with ;)

Merlyn - Jun 25, 2021

Direct block. And I'm not even going to unblock you because it's not the first time you come out of nowhere with nothing but insults. Like in football, you get two yellow cards, it's a red.

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mynameisraj reviewed Strange Adventures #10 May 26, 2021
9.0

After this issue, I believe we’re supposed to understand that Alana is more in the dark than we thought. She believed in the war and understood that she needed to commit horrific acts of violence in order to save her home. She then helped her husband’s PR image because she believes in him.

Honestly, I love what King has done here. He showed and explained why Earth, who has survived more

Strange Adventures #10

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: May 26, 2021

Once upon a time on Rann, Adam Strange made a deal with his neighbors and foes to take a stand against the invading Pykkts. Now, on Earth, he is trying to do the same thing: to get all the heroes to rise as one to keep the marauders from doing to his home planet what they already did to his adopted one. But the original deal was a devil’s bargain...

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Hellblazer reviewed Strange Adventures #10 May 25, 2021
9.0

Now that's a big twist but hopefully it has one more before reaching the end.

Strange Adventures #10

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: May 26, 2021

Once upon a time on Rann, Adam Strange made a deal with his neighbors and foes to take a stand against the invading Pykkts. Now, on Earth, he is trying to do the same thing: to get all the heroes to rise as one to keep the marauders from doing to his home planet what they already did to his adopted one. But the original deal was a devil’s bargain...

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Merlyn reviewed Strange Adventures #10 May 25, 2021
1.0

Complete and utter bullshit, even King fanboys MUST see this, he just ripped you off of nine issues' worth of money for a farce! And he turned Adam Strange into a villain after he did the same to Wally West! Why does DC lets this guy get away with this kind of stuff? He's not Alan Moore and HE NEVER WILL BE BECAUSE HE SIMPLY LACKS THE TALENT AND SKILL.

Strange Adventures #10

By: Tom King, Mitch Gerads
Released: May 26, 2021

Once upon a time on Rann, Adam Strange made a deal with his neighbors and foes to take a stand against the invading Pykkts. Now, on Earth, he is trying to do the same thing: to get all the heroes to rise as one to keep the marauders from doing to his home planet what they already did to his adopted one. But the original deal was a devil’s bargain...

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FuzzyCracker - Jun 1, 2021

Take your meds.

Merlyn - Jun 1, 2021

Again, could you recommend me some? You seem to know so much about this stuff, be helpful please. :))

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1.0

I enjoyed the Mr. Miracle from FS so I was looking forward to this. I couldn't be more disappointed. Another race-baiting comic that at times was actually pretty racist. And after the cliffhanger, I'm sure it will get even worse.

Mister Miracle: The Source of Freedom #1

By: Brandon M. Easton, Fico Ossio
Released: May 26, 2021

Spinning out of DC Future State, the story of how Shilo Norman became the Mister Miracle of tomorrow starts here.
The Mister Miracle show used to be the hottest ticket in town, whether you caught him onstage escaping from perilous traps or spotted him on the streets of Metropolis taking out bad guys. What Shilo Norman forgot is the first rul...

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Merlyn - May 26, 2021

I may have read too much into that but it's not the first time I've read a race-baiting comic from Easton, he did it in Superman Red and Blue too. Thing is, I actually think he's not a bad writer so when he doesn't use his talent and does this sort of thing it's even more annoying. I'm just disappointed because I was hoping this comic wouldn't take this easy route.

Mr. White - May 26, 2021

Ok, fair enough. And I DO see your point because the "You're Normal" comment initially did have me thinking "huh?" and truth be told I DID read it in the context of his race before brushing it aside and thinking otherwise. Perhaps that may be considered "race-baiting" but I'm no expert on the subject. On Eaton's other writing that has same tropes, I can't comment on. But yeah, just seems like the issue wasn't your cuppa tea for the reasons you gave. Which is fine.

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Antenovial reviewed Catwoman #30 Apr 20, 2021
8.0

I'm falling more in love with Fernando Blanco's Selina Kyle each Issue. She looks wilder in these first few pages, then transforms into a fashion icon the second she goes undercover. Blanco's Catwoman is sexy and sensual. She is comfortable in her own skin and her transformations throughout the pages exist for her comfort and her advantage. It's simply enjoyable to look at.

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Catwoman #30

By: Ram V, Fernando Blanco
Released: Apr 21, 2021

The Riddler revealed that he knows details about Poison Ivy’s whereabouts. Now, after the Riddler has been gravely wounded, Catwoman brings him to be patched up by Alleytown’s less-than-scrupulous medics. Now on the mend, Riddler points Selina in Ivy’s direction-but is he telling the truth, or wrapping her up in another one of his riddles? Me...

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sean.walsh747 reviewed Justice League #60 Apr 20, 2021
5.0

Bendis' dialogue in this issue is some of the worst I've seen from him since he's come to DC. We get a whole issue of exposition telling us what we already know from the Naomi series, as well as several pages of Superman telling his teammates that Black Adam is a hero now and they should trust him even though they have no reason to. The art is great though!

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Justice League #60

By: Brian Michael Bendis, Xermanico
Released: Apr 21, 2021

Superman, Batman, Green Arrow, Black Canary, Aquaman, and Hawkgirl join forces with Black Adam to fight an all-new world conqueror! But how do they stop the unstoppable power known as Brutus? Enter new mega-power sensation Naomi, who comes face to face with the League and brings along Queen Hippolyta of the Amazons for a blockbuster battle for the ...

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Saltyredhoodfans reviewed Nightwing #79 Apr 20, 2021
10

It´s so funny seeing the salty Red Hood fans and their fake accounts reviewing this book with low numbers lmao.
They are still crying that nobody was buying Red Hodd despite all the pushes DC gave the Winter Soldier/Raphael wanabe haha.
Maybe if they actually bought the book at comic stores (some of them are not even from the US lmao) your precious Todd would still have a series.

Nightwing #79

By: Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo
Released: Apr 21, 2021

Dick Grayson has inherited Alfred’s fortune, a puppy, and a whole lot of questions. Who is Mayor Zucco, and what is her relation to the man who murdered Dick’s parents? What sinister plans does Blockbuster have for Blüdhaven? What kind of dog food is best for a three-legged puppy? To answer these questions, Dick’s going to need a little help...

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KiddWith2Ds - Apr 21, 2021

Sad really. Lol

Saltyredhoodfans - Apr 28, 2021

Poor Red Hood fan. And I say FAN because it´s clearly that there is only one sad underdeveloped-country dude who has like 5 fake accounts and thinks nobody notices lmao, giving himself likes and comments lmao. That´s what happens when you have nothing going on in your life. Poor guy, who compares the sales of a #1 ANTHOLOGY BATMAN book against the #78 of a SOLO book. It´s no wonder he likes Reed Hood though, with the inferiority complex and all that.

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Stormwrath rated Nightwing #79 Apr 20, 2021
10

Nightwing #79

By: Tom Taylor, Bruno Redondo
Released: Apr 21, 2021

Dick Grayson has inherited Alfred’s fortune, a puppy, and a whole lot of questions. Who is Mayor Zucco, and what is her relation to the man who murdered Dick’s parents? What sinister plans does Blockbuster have for Blüdhaven? What kind of dog food is best for a three-legged puppy? To answer these questions, Dick’s going to need a little help...

FuzzyCracker reviewed Batman / Catwoman #4 Apr 13, 2021
9.5

Problem with comics these days is that whenever anyone does something interesting, all the fanboys who are used to the bland mediocrity of Johns/Bendis/Tomasi start whining because things go over their head. Grant Morrison would have been tarred and feathered today.

And of course, the top "voted" review is whining incessantly about Batwoman being gay.

Batman / Catwoman #4

By: Tom King, Clay Mann
Released: Mar 31, 2021

The Joker has hidden a bomb in Gotham-but there might be a bigger explosion if Batman proves his suspicions true, and Catwoman actually knows where it is! It’s a dangerous secret that threatens to destroy the couple’s relationship in its early days, and it’s going to reverberate throughout their time together. In the present day, it will affe...

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WhistleBlower reviewed Batman: Urban Legends #2 Apr 13, 2021
8.5

lol Red Hood fans are SALTY AS HELL over at CBR. They want their Mary Sue back.

edit: lol my stalker is back

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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WhistleBlower - Apr 13, 2021

Holy shit Emma has some weird obsession with Batgirl LMAO

WhistleBlower - Apr 13, 2021

Incels gonna incel

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