Retro Review: Batman #177

I had been looking for this comic for years, traversing convention floors and back issue bins in more comic shops than I care to remember, refusing to purchase this issue online because that was a goal I had set myself, when I finally found a CGC graded 7.0 copy for $90 in a pawn shop. …

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Review: Rotten Roots #1-3

Rotten Roots, from Bad Kids Press is a murder mystery comic book that spans centuries. Initially set in the present day, it is billed as a neo-noir crime drama/historical fiction set on Cape Cod, in the fictional Osprey City. Detective Mark Robles is new to the Osprey City Police Department after a recent transfer from Chicago, and is assigned …

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Review: Blue Beetle Rebirth #1

The first time I ever read any Blue Beetle was when Ted Kord died in the lead up to some Crisis or another - I don't know which exactly, and it's not relevant enough to warrant me searching for a specific name. From that death a new Blue Beetle was born, Jaime Reyes, who starred …

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Weekly Wrap Up: 8/24’s Comics

Each week there are comics that come out that I just can't wait to read, and some that I really don't care about. You can find my reasons for being excited about these comics here.  Now that I've read the comics I was excited about, were they as good as I hoped? Were there others that …

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Review: Generation Zero #1

If you have a problem… If your parents won’t help… And if your cause is worthy… Log onto network #ZERO…because Generation Zero is listening. Years ago, the children of the experimental strike team known as Generation Zero were taken from their families by Project Rising Spirit, a private weapons contractor, and raised to be psychic …

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Review: Rai # 16

As New Japan’s current protector, Aboto, slips beyond Father’s control, nothing can stop the unhinged warrior from destroying the orbiting nation from the inside out. To defeat this monster of his own making, Father must create his last and greatest Rai! But when Father’s fallen son and newest champion clash in the the streets of …

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Review: Faith #2

Trapped with no aid in sight, Faith is coming face to face with her very-first supervillain! LA’s own sky-soaring hero always wanted to be like the comic book characters that inspired her…but is she ready to deal with the consequences of being a bonafide superhero? And, as if a new arch-nemesis weren’t enough, a shadowy …

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Review: Batman #5

In the final chapter of this epic, is Batman truly the hero Gotham City deserves—or does it deserve better? In this ultimate showdown, where the line between allies and enemies blurs, the question will finally be answered… and the fate of Gotham will be decided. Despite what the direct-from-DC blurb above says, I would hesitate …

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Review: Wrath Of The Eternal Warrior #10

Against all odds, the Eternal Warrior has fought his way to the Labyrinth’s brutal and mysterious center. But his suffering is far from over! Standing between the Earth’s immortal master of war and freedom stands the figure only known as the Dying One…and the masterstroke in his centuries-long plan to unlock the secret of the …

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Review: Ninjak #18

Many years from now, Earth’s immortal master of war and the world’s deadliest intelligence operative fight side by side. As was foretold in the BOOK OF DEATH, an aging Ninjak and Eternal Warrior are fated to spend their days as humanity’s guardians, protecting it from the myriad threats that loom over the horizon of Earth’s …

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