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David DeCorte covers comic book, entertainment, pop culture, and business news for multiple outlets. He is currently in the process of launching a new YouTube series aimed at spreading the love of comics to a wider audience. David is also a sci-fi writer, and is currently working on his first full-length book.
Spider-Geddon #5

[Review] SPIDER-GEDDON #5 is a Frantic, Yet Fitting Finale

Spider-Geddon #5 presents the culmination of the year’s big Spider-event. The Inheritors and the Spider-army faceoff for a climactic battle, with ramifications that will...
Detective Comics #994

[Review] Tomasi Sets Up a Fascinating Mystery in DETECTIVE COMICS #994

Detective Comics #994 reintroduces Peter Tomasi on writing duties for the Dark Knight, a role he clearly loves. And if this first issue is...
Batman: Damned #2

[Review] BATMAN: DAMNED #2 is About as Dark as it Gets

In my review of the first issue in this new series, I mentioned creators Azzarello and Bermejo delivered an intriguing premise, but didn’t offer...
Immortal Hulk Best Defense

[Review] Mystery Unfolds in IMMORTAL HULK: THE BEST DEFENSE #1

Bruce Banner stumbles upon the charred remains of a former friend and ally. So begins Immortal Hulk: The Best Defense #1.Bruce staggers into another...
Shazam #1

[Review] SHAZAM #1 is a Welcome Return

Billy Batson has been largely absent from the DC Universe since Rebirth back in 2016. But, with the prospect of a feature film on...
Killmonger #1

[Review] KILLMONGER #1 is Brilliant, Classical Tragedy

“Killmonger is a tragedy. It’s a tragedy because revenge is inherently tragic.” So says writer Bryan Hill in the afterword of Killmonger #1, the...
The Freeze #1

[Review] Enjoy a Fresh Take on the Apocalypse with THE FREEZE #1

This has been an exceptionally apocalypse-obsessed decade in terms of fiction. Maybe it’s the toxic political climate, or the ever-looming threat of climate change....
Detective Comics #993

[Review] DETECTIVE COMICS #993…a Weird Way to End an Arc.

Two-Face is dead to begin with. At least, that’s what we’re told to believe in Detective Comics #993.The first half of the issue features...
The Warning #1

[Review] THE WARNING #1 Has Eye-Catching Art, but is Light on Narrative

We have a strange machine materializing in a major metropolitan city. The only lead as to what’s causing it appears to be a mass...
Spider-Gwen: Ghost Spider #2

[Review] SPIDER-GWEN: GHOST-SPIDER #2 Gets the Band Back Together

Multiverse travel is weird, folks. Weird enough for Spider-Gwen: Ghost-Spider #2 to give a new meaning to “conflict with oneself.”Gwen remains stranded in an...
Fantastic Four #4

Review: FANTASTIC FOUR #4 Brings Us Back Down to Earth

After their multiverse-spanning return, Fantastic Four #4 sees the team take a bit of a breather. This latest issue is much lighter fare, but...
Batman #59

[REVIEW] BATMAN #59 Will Make You Second-Guess Everything Until the End

The Dark Knight may have just turned one of his most powerful allies into a powerful enemy in Batman #59.Riding high on the desire...
Lightstep #1

[Review] LIGHTSTEP #1 is for the Space Opera Fans Out There

From the evil space empire with a rigid caste system bent on genocide, to the elaborate and over-the-top execution methods, Lightstep #1 is working...
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

[Review] SPIDER-MAN: ENTER THE SPIDER-VERSE #1 is Mainly for the Devotees

Spider-Man: Enter the Spider-Verse #1 continues the dimension-hopping adventures from the soon-to-be concluded Spider-Geddon. The one-shot sees surviving Web Warriors hopping between worlds to...
Spider-Geddon #4

[Review] SPIDER-GEDDON #4 Does What it Needs to

Spider-Geddon #4 sees alliances shift and former allies betrayed as 2018’s big Spider-event moves toward its climax. The Inheritors race to resurrect Solus, while...
Bitter Root #1

[Review] BITTER ROOT #1 is an Incredible Achievement

Bitter Root #1 is a comic about monsters. Not just those with ripping claws and snarling teeth (though that’s definitely a big part of...
Disney Afternoon Giant #1

[review] Get a ‘90s Nostalgia Fix With DISNEY AFTERNOON GIANT #1

Like many “nineties kids,” the Disney Afternoon block was a formative television ritual for me. While the recently-relaunched Ducktales cartoon series and comics from...
Outer Darkness #1

[Review] OUTER DARKNESS #1 is a Horror/Sci-Fi Treat

We’ve got the rag-tag crew on a deep-space recovery mission. The cynical, washed-out commanding officer pining for the one he lost. The humans who...
Typhoid Fever: X-Men

TYPHOID FEVER: X-MEN Review – Moves Story, Despite Hiccups

In one of the most well-known passages of his work Paradise Lost, John Milton writes “The mind is its own place, and in it...
Vault of Spiders #1

Review: VAULT OF SPIDERS #1 Offers Shorts from the Periphery of the Spider-Verse

Vault of Spiders #1 is a series of vignettes tied loosely into the broader Spider-Geddon event. Herein, we find four very different Spideys each...
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