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The Kamandi Challenge #10 Review

The Kamandi Challenge #10 Review

The Kamandi Challenge #10 DC Comics Written by: Greg Pak Art by: Shane Davis Inks by: Michelle Delecki Colors by: Hi-Fi Letters by: Clem Robbins As we are nearing the end of The Kamandi Challenge, issue 10 is taken over by the team of Greg Pak and Shane Davis and this...

The Flash #33 Review

The Flash #33 Review

The Flash #33 DC Comics Written by: Joshua Williamson Art by: Howard Porter Colors by: HI-FI Letters by: Steve Wands "Bats Out of Hell Part One" With Metal in full swing throughout the DC universe, this issue of the Flash ties directly into that storyline as Barry...

Superwoman #10 Review

Superwoman #10 Review

Superwoman #10 DC Comics Written by: K. Perkins Art by: Stephen Segovia and Art Thibert Color by: Hi-Fi K. Perkins' Superwoman #10 is a fresh start for the series and the character of Superwoman. Last issue, K. Perkins crafted a Lana Lang...

Green Lanterns #22 Review

Green Lanterns #22 Review

Green Lanterns #22 DC Comics Written by: Sam Humphries Art by: Ronan Cliquet Letters by: Dave Sharpe Colors by: Hi-Fi In the last issue, Corps Leader John Stewart recalled Simon Baz and Jessica Cruz to Mogo. As the pair are rocketed through space, Jessica begins to...

Wonder Woman #21 Review

Wonder Woman #21 Review

Wonder Woman #21 DC Comics Written by: Greg Rucka Art by: Liam Sharp Colors by: Laura Martin and Hi-Fi It’s very sad knowing that Greg Rucka’s amazing run on Wonder Woman is coming to an end with issue #25. But before we roll-out the tissues Veronica Cale and Wonder...

Action Comics #978 Review

Action Comics #978 Review

Action Comics #978 DC Comics Written by: Dan Jurgens Art by: Ian Churchill Colors by: Hi-Fi Continuing from the "Superman Reborn Aftermath" story arc that started in Action Comics #977, this issue follows Superman as he revisits the major events in his life to see...

Superwoman #9 Review

Superwoman #9 Review

Superwoman #9 DC Comics Written by: K. Perkins Art by: Stephen Segovia and Art Thibert Color by: Hi-Fi Superwoman #9 wonderfully captures the strong voice of Lana Lang. Lana calls out Superman for trying to use emotion to manipulate her into doing something she said...

Justice League of America #3 Review

Justice League of America #3 Review

Justice League of America #3 DC Comics Written by: Steve Orlando Art by: Diogenes Neves Colors by: HI-FI Letters by: Clayton Cowles The Justice League of America gets a lesson in insurgency in this issue, as Havok’s influence continues to spread across Eastern Europe...

Scattershot Supreme: Superwoman #4 (Review)

Scattershot Supreme: Superwoman #4 (Review)

Superwoman #4 DC Comics Written by: Phil Jimenez Art by: Emanuela Lupacchino and Ray McCarthy Color by: Hi-Fi There is a lot going on in this issue of Superwoman. Internal dialog, hallucinations, corruption, prisoner abuse, god complex, and medical tests all make an...

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