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”

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”

Tom Taylor Working on New DC Hellblazer Comic Book

After recent success on his DCeased line of comics and on the Suicide Squad book, Tom Taylor can seemingly do no wrong. Taylor has proven himself to be one of DC’s best writers and how recently revealed he’s working on a new Hellblazer title to feature on DC’s Black Label line. The Australian took toContinue reading “Tom Taylor Working on New DC Hellblazer Comic Book”

DCeased: Hope at World’s End #2 Review

Writer: Tom TaylorArtist: Renato Guedes Similarly to the first issue of Tom Taylor’s new digital first DCeased story, Hope at World’s End continued to show the readers a more in depth look at what Superman and the Justice League were doing during the early days of the outbreak. This book however gave a glimpse atContinue reading “DCeased: Hope at World’s End #2 Review”

DC’s Kite Man Set to Appear in DCeased: Hope at World’s End

With the number of heroes and villains to appear – and for the most part perish – in Tom Taylor’s DCeased universe growing by the issue, fans have been speculating on who else could show up in the Australian’s zombiefied DC universe. Well, Taylor took to Twitter and revealed that one of Batman’s most lovableContinue reading “DC’s Kite Man Set to Appear in DCeased: Hope at World’s End”

Suicide Squad #5 Review

Writer: Tom TaylorArtist: Bruno Redondo After a three month break, Tom Taylor’s Suicide Squad returned today and the book wasted no time in getting straight back into things. If you haven’t read the issue yet, then here’s a SPOILER ALERT warning. Plenty of spoilers below so stop reading here if you don’t want it spoilingContinue reading “Suicide Squad #5 Review”