Arrow Review

Last night we saw the CW series, Arrow debut and I have to say I was impressed.  I really thought the show was well written as well as acted by all.  I admit, I was anti-arrow at first because I wanted to see Justin Hartley carry on his role he made famous on Smallville.  However, after…

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Star Wars: Darth Maul: Death Sentence #3 Comic Review

          Hell hath no fury like a Sith Lord period, much less one that is pissed off.  Issue #3 of the Death Sentence series picks up with Maul training the locals how to be an army to take control of their planet.  What they don’t know is Maul could care less if any of them…

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Batman Arkham Unhinged #6 Comic Review

The Batman Arkham Unhinged comics are taken right out of the Arkham City game and put you in the action.  Issue #6’s story is called, Theatre of Violence.  The story follows Tim Drake and his attempts to blend in with the criminals in Arkham City. Tim sneaks in using some borrowed bat gear and an…

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X-Treme X-Men #3 Comic Review

  As we last left the X-men, Kurt teleported everyone out of danger onto that realm’s Xavier’s ship to escape the wrath of the gods and their new allies, Xavier and Emmeline from the other realm.  Anyway, the ‘good” Xavier and Magneto take their new friends to Utopia. However, this is not the Utopia we…

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He-Man and the Masters of the Universe #2 Comic Review

We continue Adam’s journey to find something he has lost.  He doesn’t realize what that something is, but he senses something is missing.  We the readers know that what he is missing is his memories of being He-man and being the Master of the Universe.  We first get a glimpse of Castle Grayskull as Beastman…

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Batman #0 Comic Review

The zero issues for the Bat titles have been very insightful in how everything came together that allowed Bruce Wayne to become the Batman.  In issue #0 of Batman, we are given a masterpiece by Scott Snyder titled, Bright New Yesterday.  This story deals with Bruce’s first attempt of disguises and trying to stop a…

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Green Lantern Corps #0 Comic Review

Well so far the #0 issues I have read have been worth talking about.  Especially the Bat titles as well as the Lantern titles.  In this review, I am taking a look at the Green Lantern Corps #0.  The story is titled Freshman and it stars Guy Gardner.  Besides Hal, Gardner was always my favorite. …

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Danger Girl/G.I. Joe #2 Comic Review

Issue #2 of the Danger Girl/G.I. Joe crossover starts with as much action as issue #1.  Granted it is not an air fight, but a deep sea dive starring Deep Six, but it is important to the entire storyline.  You see in issue #1 Cobra fought to get a special cargo, but we were never…

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Green Lantern #0 Comic Review

Well DC sure does like to shock you lately, especially if you are a Lantern fan.  In issue #12 we lost two of the greatest as well as well-known Lanterns the universe has ever known.  Then we start issue #0 going back to 9-11 when our world was forever changed. Issue #0 focuses on a…

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Detective Comics #0 Comic Review

My first review for an issue #0 of the new 52 is for the Detective Comics issue.  Detective Comics #0 has everything that a Batman fan should know.  We all know that Bruce Wayne has traveled the world, perfecting his skills before wearing the cowl of the Batman, but we were never given any insight. …

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X-Treme X-Men #2 Comic Review

If you walk away with only one thing from this title, it should be that Dazzler is a total bad ass!  She is dimensional jumping and landing on different worlds but keeps that spunk that makes her who she is.  She don’t care who she upsets, that is why Emmeline had to give a psychic…

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