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Normally, James Tynion IV’s Detective Comics run is a Batman team book. The last two issues took a minor step back to focus mostly on Batman and Batwoman, the co-leaders of the team. It serves two purposes – to show … Continue reading
It’s been kind of a weird week here and I’m not sure I can come up with much of an intro. Not too many huge releases this week, just a couple number 2’s and number 3’s, and beginnings to new … Continue reading
Next Month, Batwoman will have her own solo series again, written by Marguerite Bennett. So why not have her co-write a couple issues of Detective Comics, the Batman team book where Batwoman is just as prominent as Batman himself?
On the one hand, Marvel is coming out with way too many event comics lately. Civil War II was lackluster overall, with a story that moved way too slow for its own good, failing to live up to the “Civil … Continue reading
Marvel needs to spread out their titles better. Most of their X-Men team books seem to release on the same week, while All-New Wolverine and Old Man Logan always seem to release on the same week. Meanwhile only a few … Continue reading
So far in Marguerite Bennett’s Red Sonja run, the old king of Hyrkania died, taken over by a younger, vain king. This new king is trying to turn Hyrkania into a paradise, but by kicking out any foreigners and brainwashing … Continue reading