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Jose "Jody" Cardona

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A New Jersey-born geek with a vast knowledge of DC Comics. He's a lover of movies, comics, stories, and hopes that one day he'll become a Jedi.

Review: The Dark Knight and Heroes In A Half Shell Reunite In ‘BATMAN/TEENAGE MUTANT...

In December of 2015, DC Comics and IDW Publishing teamed up to create a crossover between Batman and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. After...

Review: Clark Kent Becomes The Lord Of Apokolips In SUPERMAN #36

It’s been a very strange trip back to Apokolips. After Lex Luthor is kidnapped by Apokoliptians, Superman and his family are transported to the...

Review: The Squad’s Mission To The Moon Grows Dull In SUICIDE SQUAD #30

Another week brings us another chapter in the Suicide Squad’s adventure in space. Rick Flagg Sr., the original leader of the Suicide Squad, requests...

Review: MYSTIK U #1 Brings Magic Of The DC Universe Into The Spotlight

There has been a side of the DC Universe that hasn’t had the proper spotlight in a while. I’m talking about the mystical side...

Review: WONDER WOMAN #35 Gives Us The Origin Of Jason, Wonder Woman’s Twin

At the conclusion of 2016’s "Darkseid War," we learned that Wonder Woman has a twin brother. The Amazonian princess has finally come face-to-face with...

Review: DOOMSDAY CLOCK #1 Brings Readers Back To The World of Watchmen

“Rorschach’s Journal. October 12th, 1985”That is the first line of the famous Watchmen limited series of 1986. It follows a group of heroes in...
Apokolips Run

Review: The Kents Enter The Apokolips Civil War in SUPERMAN #35

It’s time to return to the burning planet of Apokolips and check on the Superfamily. After Lex Luthor was kidnapped by the people of...

Review: THE BATMAN WHO LAUGHS Shows Why He’s The Darkest Knight

It has been a long road with the Dark Nights: Metal tie-ins. Since the end of September, readers have dove into the dark multiverse...

REVIEW: ‘Wonder Woman’ #34 Diana Finds Brotherly Love

The time has come. After the revelation in The Darkseid War, Wonder Woman finally comes face-to-face with her brother, Jason. The search for Diana’s...
Creep Factor 100

REVIEW: ‘Batman Lost’ #1 Gives Fans A Dark And Twisted History Lesson

Another week, another chapter in the Dark Nights: Metal story. However, unlike the last few chapters I have covered, this tie-in covers something unrelated...
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REVIEW: The Battle For Earth Begins In ‘Suicide Squad’ #29

It’s time to hop back to the moon to see how our favorite Squad is doing! The Suicide Squad is split into two to...

REVIEW: ‘Batman The Devastator’ Kills Hope For Survival

Last week’s installment of the Dark Nights Metal saga fell flat. While looking beautiful, Batman the Merciless’ story was its major downfall. It told...

REVIEW: ‘Superman’ #34 Has The Kent Family Traverse Apokolips

Last issue we began a new story arc for the Kent family that would take them to Apokolips. Lex Luthor had the brilliant idea...

REVIEW: Superman #33 or The Lex Who Cried Apokolips

With the world’s deadliest assassin leaving Metropolis, things have returned to normal for the Man of Steel. He goes to work, saves the day,...
Batman vs nobodies

REVIEW: ‘Batman The Merciless’ Fails To Show Us The Horror of War

We’re down to the final three Dark Knights invading our earth, and to say I'm excited is an understatement. Ever since these one-shot origin...
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REVIEW: The Squad Brushes Up On History in ‘Suicide Squad’ #28

It’s time to head back to the frontlines and see how everyone’s favorite squad is doing. Last issue, we had the Suicide Squad split...

‘Batman: The Drowned’ Will Make You Afraid Of The Deep

Another week, another chapter in the Dark Nights Metal saga. Last week, we had the Justice League searching for Bruce Wayne in the main...

‘Green Lanterns #33’ Will Have You Rooting For The Underdog

When the Green Lanterns series was first announced, I was worried. These two protagonists, Simon Baz and Jessica Cruz, have only been introduced within...
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‘Suicide Squad #27’ Gets A Blast From The Past!

The Squad Enters The Space Race! The Suicide Squad comic has had its highs and lows during Rebirth. While I enjoyed the first two volumes,...

Diana Learns About Family in ‘Wonder Woman #32’

Brother, Where art thou The last issue of Wonder Woman's series started an all-new storyline(Review for that issue here). This story will introduce readers to...

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