Suicide Squad: Review and Rating as Deadshot Looks to Leave the Squad for Good

Writer: Tom Taylor Tom Taylor is a genius. There, I got it out of the way. It’s fast becoming common knowledge that this man just gets his characters. He continues to portray each and everyone of the characters he writes in the absolute perfect tone and never fails to represent them in their utmost accurateContinue reading “Suicide Squad: Review and Rating as Deadshot Looks to Leave the Squad for Good”

Batman/Superman #10: Review and Rating as Ultra-Humanite’s Plan Unfolds

Writer: Joshua WilliamsonArtist: Clayton Henry It feels like forever since we got Batman/Superman #9, but we finally got #10 today and it didn’t disappoint. With the first two story-arcs for this book featuring hugely popular – and often overused – characters in the Batman Who Laughs, General Zod and R’as al Ghul, it’s actually beenContinue reading “Batman/Superman #10: Review and Rating as Ultra-Humanite’s Plan Unfolds”

The Flash #758: Review & Rating as Legion of Zoom Picks Up the Pace

Writer: Joshua WilliamsonArtist: Christian Duce &Scott Kolins The Legion of Zoom is the first truly highly anticipated Flash story since Flash War, Joshua Williamson’s farewell tour is set to be a huge one and this issue has really got the gears turning in what’s sure to be a game changing event. Following the events ofContinue reading “The Flash #758: Review & Rating as Legion of Zoom Picks Up the Pace”

Batman #95: Review & Ratings as Joker War Kicks Off

Writer: James Tynion IVArtist: Jorge Jimenez Batman #95 kicked off the highly anticipated Joker War and it did so with a bang! Following the events of Their Dark Designs, The Joker has masterminded his way into stealing all of Bruce Wayne’s fortune. The Clown Prince of Crime now owns Wayne Manor, Wayne Enterprises and hasContinue reading “Batman #95: Review & Ratings as Joker War Kicks Off”

DC Risk Watchmen Overexposure With New Rorschach Comic Book

Following the recent announcement of a brand new comic book starring Watchmen’s Rorschach, this will be the third DC project featuring the Watchmen universe in the last couple of years. Before 2017, Alan Moore’s original Watchmen was largely left to its own devices. The book – regarded as one of the greatest graphic novels ofContinue reading “DC Risk Watchmen Overexposure With New Rorschach Comic Book”

DCeased: Dead Planet #1 Review

Writer: Tom Taylor After what feels like forever, we finally got Tom Taylor’s newest DCeased tale, Dead Planet, today. Set five years after the events of the original tale, Dead Planet sees the Justice League – who fled to Earth-2 during the original DCeased – return to answer a distress signal coming from Cyborg. ThisContinue reading “DCeased: Dead Planet #1 Review”

Jeffrey Dean Morgan in Talks to Appear in The Boys

One of the hottest new TV shows around, The Boys, returns in September with the show’s second season. Based on the hit comic of the same name, The Boys was an instant hit and follows a group of average joes who set about taking down a group of ‘superheroes’ who abuse their powers. With theContinue reading “Jeffrey Dean Morgan in Talks to Appear in The Boys”

Scott Lobdell is Leaving Red Hood & the Outlaws After Almost Ten Years

Red Hood writer Scott Lobdell is leaving the comic book after almost ten years on the book. Lobdell took over writing the book in 2011 and no one in DC has been writing a specific book for longer. The news came when Lobdell himself made the announcement on his personal Instagram account and revealed thatContinue reading “Scott Lobdell is Leaving Red Hood & the Outlaws After Almost Ten Years”