JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #1 [Review]

This issue is something of a disappointment after the first special, with the characterization being paper thin and the story fairly standard stuff for a team series. Taken as a work of commentary however, the book becomes a brilliant piece of satire, albeit it possibly unintentionally. I can’t say I liked it much but neither did I dislike it.

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Kabooooom’s Favorite Comic Books, Writers, Artists, & Variants of 2016!

As we say goodbye to 2016, we share our picks for our favorite comic books, comic writers, artists, and variant covers.

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OLD MAN LOGAN #2 [Review]

Post-apocalyptic stories where all but a handful of your favorite heroes are dead is a setting that has been around forever in comics. It’s a setting that, when done properly, can easily become a reader’s favorite. Marvel’s previous visit with the gray haired and broken Wolverine was a welcomed one and Old Man Logan #1 […]

Comic Review: CONVERGENCE #0

Convergence #0 opens with a dazed Superman asking, “Where am I? Readers might find themselves similarly confused, as this prelude to DC’s spring event is a bit of a mess. As a comics news reader, I’m aware of the basic premise of Convergence sees the return of various abandoned/alternate DC continuities in April and May, leading […]

COMIC REVIEW: Green Arrow #24

GREEN ARROW #24/ Written by JEFF LEMIRE/ Art by ANDREA SORRENTINO/ Colors by MARCELO MAIOLO/ Letters by ROB LEIGH/ Published by DC COMICS One could argue that Green Arrow was the most troubled title out of all the problem-ridden books that made up the first wave of DC Comics’ New 52 line. The series was […]

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: […]