Action Comics #976 gives us an action-filled, feel good beginning, while the anticipation Jurgens builds through the unanswered questions at the end of the issue paint an exciting future for Superman.
Justice League Vs. Suicide Squad? This should be a short fight, right? Wrong! Joshua Williamson spins a surprising tale to make this fight interesting.
It’s The Justice League Vs. Suicide Squad in this appropriately named mini-series – Justice League Vs. Suicide Squad. Well, what did ya expect?!
Cyborg Rebirth #1 presents a mechanical story with cold, lifeless artwork as an introduction to a hero who should be more human than human.
This is a pretty great issue of Action Comics, and the story and art do plenty to keep readers turning pages and coming back for the next issue.
The past few months have brought about a number of changes in Clark Kent’s life. His pal Jimmy Olsen discovered that he is Superman, which was a bit of an adjustment. Luckily it hasn’t changed their relationship nearly as much as Clark feared it would. On the Superman side of things, Clark discovered a new power […]
Though some may disagree that Green Arrow has suffered the most out of all of DC Comics’ titles in the New 52 era, few would dispute its place among the Top 5 Most Beleaguered Comics Of The Past Decade. Writer J.T. Krul left the title before the first issue came out, barely establishing the new […]
Four months have passed since the creative team on Green Arrow changed and much has likewise changed in the reality of Green Arrow. Many of these changes – like the introduction of Felicity Smoak – have shifted the book toward something closer to the world of the television series, Arrow. Yet other changes have brought […]