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Review: Cyborg Superman Strikes in GREEN LANTERNS #55

While having great moments of action, the climax to this Green Lanterns arc is lacking. Simon Baz has messed up, and the Green Lanterns will...
Sonic The hedgehog

Amy Rose Shines In SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #2

After the second issue, this series is starting to feel like an IDW series. This makes perfect sense as many of the series which come from IDW land better after their second issue.
Sonic The Hedgehog

Full Speed Ahead With SONIC THE HEDGEHOG #1

Something which may have become more mundane and repetitive in the original series here seems like a return to a better moment in the franchise. Also, the slow introduction of the important characters seems much more preferable to an entire first issue which would be nothing but reintroducing characters from the franchise.
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Yi Soon Shin: War Is Hell But So Is Love And...

The next chapter in Yi Soon Shin, the historical action comic about war adds love to the mix. At the end of the previous...
Power Rangers

MIGHTY MORPHIN POWER RANGERS #24 Prepares For Shattered Grid

As Boom Studios moves closer to beginning "Shattered Grid", the first event book between Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and Go Go Power Rangers, Kyle...
Infidel

Advance Review: INFIDEL #1 Is Disturbing In The Best Way

It seems as if Pornsak Pichetshote and Aaron Campbell are intentionally trying to make the reader feel uncomfortable in their new book Infidel from...

Review: A Dating App Haunts the Superhero World in GREEN LANTERNS...

It has been a while since anyone has covered the Green Lanterns of Earth. It has nothing to do with the book’s quality, it...

Review: SUPERMAN #39 is The First Feel-Good Comic Of The Year

Well, that Super Sons crossover must have been rough for the Man of Steel. Superman had to fight a maniac, learn his son, Jon,...

Review: The Future Tim Drake Corners The Boy Of Steel In...

This is the second issue of a crossover event. If you want to see the review for the first part, Superman #37, click here.The...

Review: A Hero Returns To Help In SUICIDE SQUAD #31

How do you bring back the original Suicide Squad? A plot involving zombie robots, a giant alien dinosaur, and a space station. Sound bizarre?...

Review: The Gods’ Kids Aren’t Alright In WONDER WOMAN #36

Wonder Woman has found her twin brother. Her brother, Jason, was sent off of Themyscira after he was born to protect him from Hera’s...

Review: The Dark Knight and Heroes In A Half Shell Reunite...

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: The Squad’s Mission To The Moon Grows Dull In SUICIDE...

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...
Ruff and Reddy

‘The Ruff And Reddy Show’ #2 Continues To Hit Deep

Ruff and Reddy have hit the skids, plunging from A-list to “huh?” to “wait, who?” and finally to “who cares?” Next stop for these...
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: ‘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...
MFR Comic Show podcast

First Episode Of The COMIC SHOW With Scott Snyder Interview

Welcome to the first episode of the Comic Show by Monkeys Fighting Robots! We are very excited that you clicked a button to give...
Walking Dead Negan

‘Walking Dead’ Back Story Comic Shows Negan’s History

ComicBook.com gave a play-by-play of a recently released Walking Dead back story comic, Here's Negan, involving the history of the Lucille-wielding bad guy. A quarter...
The Discipline #2 image comics

Review: The Discipline #2 is 50 Shades of Mystique

With the second issue of The Discipline, the series has gone from strangely fascinating to must-read. It's a bizarre, yet masterful combination of films...
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REVIEW: Black Science 21 – Godworld Ends; Series Delivers Again

Some books peak after the first story arc while others peak after the second or third. However, great books always feel like they're peaking....

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