Tag Archives: Patrick Gleason
It’s March 1st, which means that Logan is coming out this coming weekend. Well, it’s already out overseas, but … you know. I actually didn’t watch either of the other two Wolverine movies in theaters, but I’m going to make … Continue reading
The thing I enjoy most about the DC Rebirth Superman series is the family drama aspect. Sure, the Multiplicity arc that ended 2 weeks ago didn’t feature any of that, but still. It explores the relationship between Clark Kent, Lois … Continue reading
Well, it’s the third week of comics in February, and I feel like I’m already starting to switch a bit more toward DC over Marvel. I didn’t pick up this week’s Captain America: Steve Rogers, and picked up Super Sons … Continue reading
The Multiplicity arc comes to a close in this issue, but not without the promise that its story will come back, potentially bigger than before.
It’s the first Wednesday of February, in fact it’s the first day of February. There’s a job fair in town this afternoon, so there’s a strong chance that my reviews will be delayed until this evening. Just so you know. … Continue reading
For the most part, the Superman series co-written by Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason has been a great family drama that happens to contain superhero action. It kind of looks like Jon Kent, Superman and Lois Lane’s son, is … Continue reading