In an all-Matt edition of our insta-reviews, he reviews Batman: The Devastator #1, Crosswind #5, Elsewhere #4 and more!
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Retcon #1 fails to be “all-new” or “all-different”, delivering more of the same tired covert superheroic schlock.
Topping our pull lists this week are The Wicked + The Divine #31 and Green Arrow #30!
The first chapter of Scales and Scoundrels will engage any fan of high fantasy and all-ages adventure bold enough to give it a try.
Mix ‘Freaky Friday’ with ‘My Blue Heaven’ and you might wind up with something as gleefully demented as Crosswind.
With a strong concept and artwork to match it, The Hard Place will doubtlessly please those who enjoy The Fast and The Furious movies or comics like Initial D.
Amazing visuals paired with a cliche-ridden script make Redlands #1 a comic that may appeal to genre fans and followers of the artists involved but no one else.