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Review: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD: BATMAN AND WONDER WOMAN #2

Review: THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD: BATMAN AND WONDER WOMAN #2

THE BRAVE AND THE BOLD: BATMAN AND WONDER WOMAN #2 Written by Liam Sharp Art by Liam Sharp, Romulo Fajardo Jr., Troy Peteri Edited by Jessica Chen, Brian Cunningham Published by DC Comics Release Date: March 21, 2018 Batman and Wonder Woman unite to solve the murder of a Celtic god. In Tir Na Nog, King Elatha of

Review: BLUE BEETLE: REBIRTH #1

BLUE BEETLE: REBIRTH #1 Written by Keith Giffen, Scott Kolins Art by Scott Kolins, Romulo Fajardo, Jr., Josh Reed Published by DC Comics Release Date: August 24, 2016 If you’re an easy-going, “Comics are fun!” reader, you may have warmly embraced the emergence of Jaime Reyes as Blue Beetle in the mid-2000s. If not, odds

DC’s MIDNIGHTER AND APOLLO Return This October

From their days as founding members of The Authority, the heroes Midnighter and Apollo have been forever linked, both professionally and romantically. On October 5th, they’ll be back, badder than ever, in Midnighter and Apollo, a six-issue miniseries written by breakout star Steve Orlando, with art by Fernando Blanco, colors by Romulo Fajardo Jr. and

…And Now, Another Haiku: OMEGA MEN #12

…And Now, A Haiku features a haiku poem inspired by a comic released each week. Some will be silly, some will be serious…all will be haiku. This week, the subject is THE OMEGA MEN #12 by Tom King, Barnaby Bagenda and Romulo Fajardo Jr. *SPOILER WARNING – THIS HAIKU MAY CONTAINS SPOILERS ABOUT THE CONTENTS OF THE

Preview: MIDNIGHTER #12

MIDNIGHTER #12 Midnighter, Apollo and the Suicide Squad square off against The Unified—one of Henry Bendix’s most dangerous creations! Is their combined strength enough to stop a being as powerful as Superman and as intelligent as Midnighter? Writer: Steve Orlando Art: ACO & Hugo Petrus Colors: Romulo Fajardo, Jr. Letters: Tom Napolitano Cover: ACO &

Review: HYPERION #1

  HYPERION #1 Written by Chuck Wendig Art by Nik Virella, Romulo Fajardo, Jr., Joe Caramagna Published by Marvel Comics Release Date: March 23, 2016 I’m sure it’s no coincidence that Marvel’s Superman analog makes his solo series debut just as the Distinguished Competition’s Man of Steel returns to the silver screen. Striking a heroic

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