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Review: SUICIDE SQUAD #11

Review: SUICIDE SQUAD #11

SUICIDE SQUAD #11 Written by Rob Williams Art by John Romita Jr., Eddy Barrows, Richard Friend, Eber Ferreira, Dean White, and Adriano Lucas Published by DC Comics Release Date: February 8, 2017 Oh Amanda Waller. What have you gotten the Squad into this time? Issue #11 doesn’t let us wade in slowly, rather dropping us

Exclusive Preview: SUICIDE SQUAD #11

DC Comics has shared its EXCLUSIVE preview with Comicosity for next week’s Suicide Squad #11, featuring the debut of modern legend John Romita Jr. on art duties. Scroll down to view the full size preview images. SUICIDE SQUAD #11 Written by Rob Williams Art by John Romita Jr., Eddy Barrows, Richard Friend, Eber Ferreira, Dean

Review: ALL-STAR BATMAN #1

ALL-STAR BATMAN #1 Written by Scott Snyder Art by John Romita, Jr., Danny Miki, Dean White, Steve Wands, Declan Shalvey, Jordie Bellaire Published by DC Comics Release Date: August 10, 2016 ***SPOILERS AHOY, YOU’VE BEEN WARNED*** As I started reading All-Star Batman #1, I asked some questions: Do we really need another Batman title? Didn’t

Review: DARK KNIGHT RETURNS: THE LAST CRUSADE

DARK KNIGHT RETURNS: THE LAST CRUSADE Written by Frank Miller and Brian Azzarello Art by John Romita, Jr. and Peter Steigerwald Published by DC Comics Release Date: June 15, 2016 In the days before Batman’s ultimate showdown with the Joker, a meeting that resulted in the Clown Prince of Crime’s death, there was still a

Advance Review: DARK KNIGHT III: THE MASTER RACE #3

DARK KNIGHT III: THE MASTER RACE #3 Written by Frank Miller and Brian Azzarello Art by Andy Kubert, John Romita Jr., Klaus Janson, Brad Anderson, and Alex Sinclair Published by DC Comics Release Date: February 24, 2016 DK3 hits its most thrilling — and troubling — heights yet as both Bruce and Baal make their

First Look: DARK KNIGHT UNIVERSE PRESENTS: GREEN LANTERN

With the next chapter of DARK KNIGHT III: THE MASTER RACE, readers will learn more about the plans of the newly-freed Kandorians in the main story, but this 12-page supplemental tale sees an alien-looking (for details, check out Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Strikes Again) Hal Jordan’s otherwise idyllic life interrupted by a distress call

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