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The Silencer #16 REVIEW

The Silencer #16 REVIEW

The Silencer #16 DC Comics  Written by: Dan Abnett Art by: V Ken Marion Inks by: Sandu Florea Colors by: Mike Spicer Letters by: Tom Napolitano Last issue (The Silencer #15) introduced readers to Honor Guest’s “sister” Smoke, a kick-ass metahuman made in a bottle. She...

The Silencer #14 REVIEW

The Silencer #14 REVIEW

The Silencer #14 DC Comics Written by: Dan Abnett Art by: V Ken Marion Inks by: Sandu Florea Colors by: Mike Spicer Letters by: Tom Napolitano V Ken Marion and Dan Abnett flat-out delivered in The Silencer #14. They start things out with a great opening sequence with...

The Silencer #13 REVIEW

The Silencer #13 REVIEW

The Silencer #13DC Comics Written by: Dave AbnettArt by: V Ken MarionInks by: Sandu FloreaColors by: Mike SpicerLetters by: Tom Napolitano Sandu Florea has taken over as inker for The Silencer for the next three issues, starting with this week’s The Silencer #13....

The Silencer #12 REVIEW

The Silencer #12 REVIEW

The Silencer #12DC Comics Written by: Dan AbnettArt by: Jack HerbertInks: Tom DerenickColors by: Mike SpicerLetters by: Tom Napolitano By and large, DC’s New Age of Heroes hasn’t been a can’t miss initiative. Only a few series have yet to meet the chopping block, The...

The Silencer #11 REVIEW

The Silencer #11 REVIEW

The Silencer #11 DC Comics Written by: Dan Abnett Art by: Jack Herbert Inks: Tom Derenick Colors by: Mike Spicer Letters by: Tom Napolitano I was honestly a bit stunned to already see Talia alive and kicking in The Silencer #11. I thought for sure there’d be a...

The Silencer #10 REVIEW

The Silencer #10 REVIEW

The Silencer #10 DC Comics Written by: Dan Abnett Art by: Patch Zircher Colors by: Mike Spicer Letters by: Tom Napolitano  What a way to start an issue! Fake Superman holding a dead fake Supergirl — then a huge, demonic dragon-type creature devours them both. That’ll...

The Silencer #9 REVIEW

The Silencer #9 REVIEW

The Silencer #9 DC Comics Written by: Dan Abnett Art by: Patch Zircher Colors by: Mike Spicer Letters by: Tom Napolitano So. Much. ACTION. I honestly think 75 percent of The Silencer #9 is The Silencer and Quietus, one of the Leviathan underbosses, fighting. Only, the...

Deathstroke #35 REVIEW

Deathstroke #35 REVIEW

Deathstroke #35 DC  Comics Written by: Christopher Priest Art by: Carlo Pagulayan Colors by: Jeromy Cox Letters by: Willie Schubert So, in Deathstroke #34 we found out Adeline Kane, Slade Wilson’s ex, planted the phony paternity test results. I was under the...

Arrow 5X17 “Kapiushon” Review

Arrow 5X17 “Kapiushon” Review

Arrow  CW  Season 5, Episode 17 "Kapiushon" The 5th Season of Arrow  may be the best the show has been since Season 2 as far as overall story telling goes. There has been the occasional stumble along the way, but over all this has been a very enjoyable season...

Robin’s Redemption, a “Robin: Son of Batman #1” Review

Robin’s Redemption, a “Robin: Son of Batman #1” Review

Robin: Son of Batman #1 DC Comics Story & Art by: Patrick Gleason Since being introduced to the DC universe in Grant Morrison's now famous "Batman and Son" story line, DC readers have had a love hate relationship with Damian Wayne. Loving Damian's cunning skill...

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