Earth 2 #3 Comic Review

Writer: James Robinson                                       Inker: Trevor Scott Pencils: Nicola Scott                                              Publisher:  DC Comics Earth 2 from DC Comics was the target of some controversy because issue #2 shows that Alan Scott is gay.  So What?  Yeah that changes some of the past issues you may have in your long box but that is…

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Aquaman #10 Comic Review

Writer: Geoff Johns                                   Inkers: Joe Prado & Andy Lanning Pencils: Ivan Reis                                       Publisher:  DC Comics The new 52 from DC Comics has made Aquaman a hero I can really get behind.  I didn’t hate Aquaman in the past, but he was one of those characters that I didn’t really root for in a…

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Star Wars: Blood Ties: Boba Fett is Dead #3 Comic Review

Script: Tom Taylor                 Lettering: Michael Heisler Art: Chris Scalf                       Cover Art: Chris Scalf Publisher: Dark Horse Comics If Boba Fett is one of your favorite characters in the Star Wars universe, then this is the title for you.  Star Wars: Blood Ties: Boba Fett is dead takes us on a journey in the assassination attempt…

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The Incredible Hulk #10 Comic Review

Writer: Jason Aaron                Color: Frank Martin Artist: Tom Raney                            Publisher: Marvel Comics One of my favorite heroes in the Marvel Universe has always been the Hulk.  I remember watching the shows a child and playing with my Hulk Mego.  Anyway, I always enjoyed the concept of someone getting stronger the angrier they got.  The latest…

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He-Man and the Masters of the Universe #1 Comic Review

Writer: James Robinson Pencils: Phillip Tan Inker: Ruy Jose Publisher:  DC Comics Today I am reviewing He-Man and the Masters of the Universe #1.  I couldn’t help myself in picking up this title.  I mean, I was 6 or 7 when the cartoon as well as the toys originally came out, so of course I…

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Flashpoint Review

Writer: Geoff Johns Penciler: Andy Kubert Inkers: Sandra Hope and Jesse Delperdang Colorist: Alex Sinclair You thought you knew the DC Universe and then Bam!  Geoff Johns drops a bomb in your lap.  Who knew that by one man changing time to save a loved one, doomed millions to their deaths?  In case you haven’t…

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Captain America #13 Review

Writer: Ed Brubaker Artist: Patch Zircher Color: Paul Mounts Captain America is an icon among icons, so when I wanted to write a review that would post on the 4th of July, I thought it had to be Cap.  Although this issue has been out a couple of weeks, it is the latest issue of…

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Star Wars: Darth Vader and the Ghost Prison Review

Script: Haden Blackman Art: Agustin Alessio Lettering: Michael Heisler Cover Art: Dave Wilkins Publisher: Dark Horse Comics Everyone in the world is familiar with Star Wars and knows who Darth Vader is, but have they heard of the Ghost Prison? That is what this mini-series is about.  So far, they have been 2 great issues…

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Flashback Fridays – Wolverine: Old Man Logan Review

Writer: Mark Millar Penciler: Steve McNiven On Fridays my reviews will have a flashback feel to them. In other words, I will take stories that are not current, but are worth talking about.  I like to call it Flashback Fridays.  To start my Flashback Fridays review, I am reviewing the storyline known as Old Man…

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Batman Arkham Unhinged #3 Review

Writer: Derek Fridolfs; Pencils: Simon Coleby and Bruno Redondo; Inks: Simon Coleby, Santi Casas, and Cliff Rathburn; Colors: Gabe Eltaeb; Letters: Travis Lanham; Cover: Dave Wilkins; Variant cover: Rafael Albuquerque; Editor: Jim Chadwick; Assistant Editor: Sarah Gaydos   Batman created by Bob Kane   The Batman Arkham Unhinged comics are taken right out of the Arkham…

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Green Lantern Corps #10 Comic Review

Writer: Peter J. Tomasi Pencils: Fernando Pasarin Inker: Scott Hanna Colors: Gabe Eltaeb If you have not been reading the Green Lantern titles, you may get lost in this review, but let’s see if I can catch you up to speed.   In the past nine issues of the Green Lantern Corps, they have been in…

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