Matt reviews the conclusion of the Injustice saga concludes this week, along with American Carnage #1, Justice League Dark #5 and West Coast Avengers #4.
This week’s Mini-Review Round-Up features the final issue of Injustice 2, the #1’s of The Trials & Tribulations of Miss Tilney, West Coast Avengers & More!
The rules of magic are changing. The world is broken. And Wonder Woman is going to fix it, whether the magical heroes and villains help her or not!
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: […]
Welcome back to this all Marcus Hammond edition of the Kaboooom Comics Review Round-Up! Being an equal opportunity reviewer, Marcus digs into the debut issue of Hunger from Marvel and continues with the Trinity War in the pages of DC’s Justice League Dark. HUNGER #1/Written by JOSHUA HALE FIALKOV/Art by LEONARD KIRK/Colors by JESUS ABURTOV/Letters […]
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 […]
The fun never ends over at DC Comics. Here are the latest creative changes: Jeff Lemire takes over writing duties on Justice League Dark beginning with issue #9 Peter Milligan takes over writing duties on Stormwatch beginning with issue #10. Matt Kindt takes over writing duties on Frankenstein, Agent of S.H.A.D.E. beginning with issue #10.
Written by PETER MILLIGAN / Art by MIKEL JANIN Colors by ULISES ARREOLA / Letters by ROB LEIGH Peter Milligan’s increased role in the new DCU was a welcomed development. The man who took writing weird to new levels has two ongoings now and while Red Lanterns suffered from the lack of any likeable characters […]