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This story arc just keeps getting crazier and crazier, in all the right ways. What started off as a fun comic where Batman and Robin visited Superman’s family is now an intense, dark mystery where the entire town near the … Continue reading
We’re right in the middle of a five Wednesday month, which usually means the comics released in the next couple weeks will be spread so thin that unless you pick up something you don’t normally read, you’ll probably have a … Continue reading
Well, this story arc certainly got weird fast. Superman 22, co-written by Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason, takes place shortly after the previous issue. The story arc began with Batman going missing at night after what seemed like a … Continue reading
So it’s the first Wednesday of May, and with it, the same issue digital codes for Marvel comics are back. I’m still wondering what they’ll do to replace the missing digital copies for the several months they weren’t doing that. … Continue reading
So out of the six comics I picked up this week, only one of them is Marvel. It’s unusual for me, even with Marvel’s total lack of being able to stagger their releases properly. I was planning on picking up … Continue reading
Like the previous issue of Supergirl, this one is kind of a one-off story. Most of the issue is Supergirl hanging out with Superman, her Kryptonian Cousin.