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Detective Comics #993 Review

Detective Comics #993 Review

Detective Comics #993 DC Comics  Written by: James Robinson Art by: Carmine Di Giandomenico Colors by: Ivan Plascencia Letters by: Rob Leigh Two-Face and Batman come to an understanding in the Deface the Face finale. The funeral for Harvey Dent begins this issue....

Detective Comics #992 Review

Detective Comics #992 Review

Detective Comics #992 DC Comics Written by: James Robinson Art by: Carmine Di Giandomenico Colors by: Ivan Plascencia Letters by: Rob Leigh The detective and the former District Attorney share their thoughts on the organization known as Kobra and the possibility of...

Detective Comics #991 Review

Detective Comics #991 Review

Detective Comics #991 DC Comics Written by: James Robinson Art by: Carmine Di Giandomenico Colors by: Ivan Plascencia Letters by: Rob Leigh Two-Face and Batman face each other in Harvey’s latest hideout. There’s no guns, no batarangs and no fighting. Both sides decide...

Detective Comics #989 Review

Detective Comics #989 Review

Detective Comics #989 DC Comics Written by: James Robinson Art by: Stephen Segovia Colors by: Ivan Plascencia Letters by: Rob Leigh After going over the clues of his latest mystery with Alfred, Batman is only slightly more informed than he would like. After being...

Trinity #20 Review

Trinity #20 Review

Trinity #20 DC Comics Writer: James Robinson Artist: Jack Herbert & Tyler Kirkman Colorist: Habe Eltaeb Letterer: Josh Reed Release date: 3/28/18 The new arc of Trinity continues right where the previous ended, as Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman are out to...

Wonder Woman #40 Review

Wonder Woman #40 Review

Wonder Woman #40 DC Comics Written by: James Robinson Art by: Emanuela Lupacchino, Carmen Carnero Inks: Ray McCarthy Colors: Romulo Farjardo Jr, Hi-Fi Letters: Saida Temofonte Wonder Woman has clipped Silver Swan’s wing but the new villain has vanished. While Diana...

Young Monsters In Love #1

Young Monsters In Love #1

Young Monsters In Love #1 DC Comics Written by: Kyle Higgins, Tim Seeley, Mairghread Scott, Collin Kelly, Jackson Lanzing, Paul Dini, Mark Russell, Steve Orlando, Alisa Kwitney, Phil Hester, James Robinson Art by: Kelly Jones, Giuseppe Camuncoli, Bryan Hitch, Javier...

Superman #40 Review

Superman #40 Review

Superman #40 DC Comics Written by: James Robinson Art by: Doug Mahnke Inks by: Jamie Mendoza & Scott Hanna Colors by: Wil Quintana Letters by: Rob Leigh It is the anniversary of the destruction of the planet Krypton and Clark and Jon are marking the occasion at...

Wonder Woman #37 Review

Wonder Woman #37 Review

Wonder Woman #37 DC Comics Written by: James Robinson Art by: Carlo Pagulayan & Stephan Segovia Inks by: Jason Paz, Art Thibert, & Raul Fernandez Color by: Romulo Fajardo Jr. Lettered by: Saida Temofonte We’re at the conclusion of the Children of Gods arc in...

Wonder Woman #35 Review

Wonder Woman #35 Review

Wonder Woman #35 DC Comics Written by: James Robinson Pencils by: Emanuela Lupacchino Inks by: Ray McCarthy Colors by: Romulo Fajardo Jr. Letters by: Saida Temodonte Glaucus tells the tale of how Wonder Woman’s twin brother Jason, was sent away as a baby and became a...

Wonder Woman #34 Review

Wonder Woman #34 Review

Wonder Woman #34 DC Comics Written by: James Robinson Art by: Sergio Davila Inks by: Scott Hanna, Mick Gray, Eber Ferreira Colors by: Romulo Fajardo Jr. Letters by: Saida Temofonte Wonder Woman has finally been reunited with her twin brother Jason. With Grail hunting...

Wonder Woman #33 Review

Wonder Woman #33 Review

Wonder Woman #33 DC Comics Written by: James Robinson Art by: Emanuela Lupacchino Inks by: Ray McCarthy Colors by: Romulo Fajardo Jr. Grail is on a mission to bring her father Darkseid back to full strength. She must kill every child of Zeus to accomplish this,...

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