DC’s Villains Month Round-Up – Week One

DC Comics’ Villains Month is upon us. We’ve read for months about the 3D covers and DC’s financing woes, but what really matters is the content. Each issue this month deals with the background story of a DC Universe villain. So what is worth checking out and what should be passed up? ACTION COMICS #23.1: […]

REVIEW: Green Lantern #10

Written by GEOFF JOHNS Art by DOUG MAHNKE, CHRISTIAN ALAMY, KEITH CHAMPAGNE & MARK IRWIN Colors by ALEX SINCLAIR Letters by SAL CIPRIANO This week’s conclusion to Geoff Johns’ second arc in the rebooted DCU answers a whole mess of questions that have been raised throughout his run on Green Lantern. In typical fashion though, […]

Justice League Dark #9

REVIEW: Justice League Dark #9

Written by JEFF LEMIRE Art by MIKEL JANIN Colors by ULISES ARREOLA Letters by ROB LEIGH Justice League Dark (JLD) #9 introduces us to Jeff Lemire’s take on the alternative, magical side of the DCnU narrative. Given his successful history with Animal Man, Sweet Tooth, and Frankenstein, Lemire seems like a natural fit for the […]

Alan Scott Revealed as DC's Newest Gay Character

THE NEW SCUM: Diver$ity

As I’m sure you know, DC announced this week that a “major iconic character” will reveal that he’s gay in a storyline starting in June. I’m sure you also know that Marvel superhero Northstar will be marrying his boyfriend Kyle as well. I’m all for equal representation in comics but stuff like this seems like […]

REVIEW: Green Lantern Corps #7

Written by PETER J. TOMASI Art by CLAUDE ST. AUBIN & SCOTT HANNA Colors by GABE ELTAEB / Letters by DAVE SHARPE Taking a break from the high-octane action that has so far defined this series, Peter Tomasi uses this issue to explore the aftermath of the Green Lanterns’ battle with the Keepers. John Stewart’s decision […]

REVIEW: Green Lantern #7

Written by GEOFF JOHNS Art by DOUG MAHNKE, CHRISTIAN ALAMY & KEITH CHAMPAGNE with MARK IRWIN Colors by ALEX SINCLAIR Letters by SAL CIPRIANO While this series began in a very new-reader friendly way, the story has now fallen into the depths of inaccessibility. The upcoming plot will surely excite veteran Green Lantern readers while leaving newer […]

REVIEW: Green Lantern Corps #5

REVIEW: Green Lantern Corps #5

Written by PETER J. TOMASI Art by FERNANDO PASARIN & SCOTT HANNA Colors by GABE ELTAEB / Letters by DAVE SHARPE “I need a list.” “What kind of list?” “A list of the toughest sons of bitches in the Corps.” If Green Lantern Corps#4 was the most action packed book in the series, #5 is the […]

REVIEW: Green Lantern Corps #4

REVIEW: Green Lantern Corps #4

Written by PETER J. TOMASI Art by FERNANDO PASARIN & SCOTT HANNA Colors by GABE ELTAEB / Letters by PAT BROSSEAU Aptly titled “Prisoners of War,” the fourth installment in this Green Lantern Corps series, follows two sides of the same fight. John Stewart, Vandor and company continue to fight off hordes glowing green sword-wielding enemies, […]