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Review: THE WEATHERMAN #1

Review: THE WEATHERMAN #1

THE WEATHERMAN #1 Written by Jody Leheup Art by Nathan Fox, Dave Stewart, and Steve Wands Edited by Sebastian Girner Published by Image Comics Release Date: June 13, 2018 Mars. 2770. Life is somewhat like life on Earth with the typical everyday normalcy of the morning. Leheup presents a world that may be so far

Review: DARK NIGHTS: METAL #5

DARK NIGHTS: METAL #5 Written by Scott Snyder Art by Greg Capullo, Jonathan Glapion, FCO Plascencia, Steve Wands Edited by Rebecca Taylor and Dave Wielgosz Published by DC Comics Release Date: January 31, 2018 Dark Nights: Metal #5 puts the spotlight on the Batman Who Laughs, and the black light on the rest of the

Review: DARK NIGHTS: METAL #3

DARK NIGHTS: METAL #3 Written by Scott “Sledgehammer” Snyder Art by Greg “Chaos Bringer” Capullo, Jonathan “Grim Reaper” Glapion, FCO “Overkill” Plascencia, and Steve “Word Warlock” Wands Published by DC Comics Release Date: October 11, 2017 ***SPOILER WARNING*** With a pace as intense and weird as the Dark Nights: Metal series has been, it was

Review: THE FLASH #30

THE FLASH #30 Written by Joshua Williamson Art by Neil Googe, Ivan Plascencia, Steve Wands Published by DC Comics Release Date: September 13, 2017 Barry’s breaking, y’all…and there’s a new villain in Central City who appears to have some serious firepower. Joshua Williamson is throwing strikes with this series and this is a solid start

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: FROSTBITE #1

FROSTBITE #1 Written by Joshua Williamson Art by Jason Shawn Alexander, Luis NCT, and Steve Wands Published by Vertigo Release Date: September 28, 2016 That cold dark feeling deep in your heart is about to get a whole lot colder. Frostbite #1 brings readers to the freeziest freeze of a new Ice Age with breathtaking art and a captivating

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

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