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King Spawn #1 (REVIEW)

King Spawn #1 (REVIEW)

King Spawn #1 As much as I’ve always enjoyed Spawn, I’ve long felt the title had room to evolve. Todd McFarlane’s new initiative with the three new titles is a great step toward that. And by kicking off the expansion with King Spawn, Sean Lewis gets the chance to set...

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...

Nightwing #34 Review

Nightwing #34 Review

Nightwing #34 DC Comics Written by: Tim Seeley Art by: Javier Fernãndez Colors by: Chris Sotomayor Letters by: Carlos M. Mangual Shawn leads the Run-Offs as they attempt to stop Blüdhaven from tearing itself apart, while Nightwing and Blockbuster track down Raptor....

Nightwing #28 Review

Nightwing #28 Review

Nightwing #28 DC Comics Writer: Tim Seeley Artist: Javier Fernandez, Diana Egea Colors: Chris Sotomayor Letters: Carlos M. Mangual The Spyral storyline comes to an end and it gave us a much-needed refresher on Grayson’s time as an agent of the spy organization. In a...

Nightwing #27 Review

Nightwing #27 Review

Nightwing #27 DC Comics Written by: Tim Seeley Art by: Javier Fernandez Colors by: Chris Sotomayor Letters by: Carlos M. Mangual Spyral has been revealed as the weapons dealer called Second Hand, and now they are after Nightwing and Huntress. Both former spies must...

Nightwing #20 Review

Nightwing #20 Review

Nightwing #20 DC Comics Writer: Tim Seeley Artist: Javier Fernandez Colors: Chris Sotomayor Letters: Carlos M. Mangual The “Nightwing Must Die!” storyline ends with this issue. The love letter to Grant Morrison’s epic Batman and Robin run, leaves you confused but...

Nightwing #19 Review

Nightwing #19 Review

Nightwing #19 DC Comics Story: Tim Seeley Artist: Javier Fernandez, Minkyu Jung Colors: Chris Sotomayor Letters: Carlos M. Mangual There's a lot to like about the direction of this current storyline, but this issue felt a little short. Nightwing attempts to track down...

Nightwing #17 Review

Nightwing #17 Review

Nightwing #17 DC Comics Written by: Tim Seeley Art by: Javier Fernandez & Chris Sotomayor The setting is the Bay of Biscay where Nightwing and Robin are cruising over the waters in the Batmobile that the former had borrowed from Batman. Resentment fills the air as...

Gone too Soon for Nightwing #16 Review

Gone too Soon for Nightwing #16 Review

Nightwing #16 DC Comics Written by: Tim Seeley Art by: Javier Fernandez Happiness for super heroes rarely lasts. For Dick Grayson, happiness didn't last beyond a single issue. Nightwing #16 opens with a flashback to a happy moment with Dick and his new love interest,...

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