Author Archives: Amy Ziegfeld

Review: JUSTICE LEAGUE #34

Review: JUSTICE LEAGUE #34

JUSTICE LEAGUE #34 Written by Priest Art by Pete Woods and Willie Schu Published by DC Comics Release Date: December 6, 2017 The Justice League faces three concurrent crises, and it proves too much for Batman’s leadership. Batman is tired. We don’t know why, but we can assume. The reason isn’t important. What matters is

Review: BATMAN #33

BATMAN #33 Written by Tom King Art by Joelle Jones, Jordie Bellaire, Olivier Coipel and Dave Stewart Published by DC Comics Release Date: October 18, 2017 Following the big event of the prior issue, Batman leaves Gotham on a journey of self-discovery. On the road, he encounters friends and allies who attempt to persuade him to change

Review: DASTARDLY AND MUTTLEY #1

DASTARDLY & MUTTLEY #1 Written by Garth Ennis Art by Mauricet, John Kalisz, and Rob Steen Published by DC Comics Release Date: September 6, 2017 After a nuclear explosion, Colonel Richard “Dick” Atcherly and Captain Dudley “Mutt” Muller are dispatched to save the day. But when they fly onto the scene, strange metamophoses start taking

Review: DARK NIGHTS: METAL #1

DARK NIGHTS: METAL #1 Written by Scott “Doom Commander” Snyder Art by Greg “Pain Bringer” Capullo, Jonathan “Guillotine” Glapion, FCO “Killer” Plascencia, Steve “The Slayer” Wands Published by DC Comics Release Date: August 14, 2017 Following on from Dark Days: The Forge and The Casting, Dark Nights: Metal #1 futher reveals the Dark Multiverse and

Review: AQUAMAN #26

AQUAMAN #26 Written by Dan Abnett Art by Stjepan Sejic and Steve Wands Published by DC Comics Release Date: July 19, 2017 King Rath dispatches guards and techno-magicians to seek out the defiant, deposed King Arthur, while Aquaman teams up with a new ally, Dolphin. Aquaman #26 brings us further into the book’s new status

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