This week’s pull list is quite small, which only means that next week, the last full comic week before Christmas, is going to be massive. There are already 18 comics on my list for next week, and there might be … Continue reading
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I don’t have much of an introduction today. It’s another Wednesday, and another batch of new comics. I picked up X-Men Gold 1, Fearless Defenders 11, Thor: God of Thunder 15, Avengers Arena 17, All New X-Men 18, Superior Spider-Man … Continue reading
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It’s not very often when I have more non-Marvel comics than Marvel comics in a given week. Then again, with Marvel not knowing how to scatter their releases enough it’s bound to happen on occasion. My novel writing is going … Continue reading
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This isn’t one of Scott Snider’s epic Batman stories; it’s just the second of a 2-part story with Batman fighting Clayface. Not that this is a bad thing – this is a great comic, and a nice break from storylines … Continue reading
Scott Snyder has been killing it with Death of the Family, a bat family crossover with the Joker as the main villain. Today’s issue is no exception.
In the last issue of Batman, the joker suggested that he knows the names of everyone in the Batman family. He promised that he was going after them all, as well as everyone they care about. This issue picks up … Continue reading
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As with the rest of DC’s 0 issues this month, Batman 0 is an origin story of sorts. This one takes place in Gotham, and Bruce Wayne is acting as a vigilante before he becomes Batman.