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Author Archive: Bill Heuer

Review: Trinity #9

Overview: The Trinity’s mystery about the problems with their reality is interrupted with an impromptu teleport from the Watchtower. They discover their problems are just beginning as a new...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #10

Overview: As each member of the Outlaws deals with their own personal issues and side stories, Jason discovers that Artemis’ people are behind the destruction caused by the Bow of Ra.  ...

Review: Trinity #8

Overview: While retelling a dream in which he fights the New 52 version of himself, Superman begins to think the Trinity is caught up in a plot to warp the very realities of the multiverse.  ...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #9

Synopsis: Flying into Qurac with the help of Bizarro, the Outlaws are on their way to investigate a deadly explosion in one of the country’s cities. Coincidentally, the city happened to house...

Review: Titans Annual #1

Synopsis: Somewhere in an underground bunker, Garth yells out for anyone who might be able to hear him. Wally appears and is quickly followed by Barry. They realize that they have no idea how they...

Review: Trinity #7

Synopsis: Somewhere off of the Kahndaqi border, Ra’s Al Ghul enters (violently) into the Great Ruins. His soldiers dispatch the few guards that are protecting what the ruins hold. Ra’s...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #8

Synopsis: Opening in a bar in Gotham, Red Hood is attempting to get some information from the bartender regarding a Mr. Stirk. Frustrated with the bartender’s lack of cooperation, Artemis...

Review: Trinity #6

Synopsis: The White Mercy begins the issue with explaining how she learned something from taking down each of the Trinity’s emotional barriers. Through this learning experience, she allowed...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #7

Synopsis: The issue picks up with Red Hood informing the remaining members of the Black Mask gang that their boss is out of commission and its time to leave town. The gang does not take the...

Review: Justice League vs Suicide Squad #6

Synopsis: The issue picks up with the few remaining heroes battling the Justice League members trapped by Eclipso’s powers. He floats above the battle remarking at how his darkness will always...

Review: Trinity #5

Synopsis: The issue begins with a flashback showing how Poison Ivy became connected to the dream world of the Black Mercy. Due to her connection to the elemental force known as “The Green”, she...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #6

Synopsis: The issue picks where the last one left off with Black Mask holding his gun to Red Hood’s head. He begins monologuing and thanking Jason for bringing him closer to the Techno Organic...

Review: Trinity #4

Synopsis: As their boat nears the shoreline, Wonder Woman has to continually remind herself that none of this is real. The Trinity is still trapped in this dream world and after helping Clark and...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #5

Synopsis: The issue picks up right where the previous month’s ended with Bizarro now under the control of Black Mask via the Techno-Organic Virus. Red Hood is attempting to stop him with armor...

Review: Trinity #3

Synopsis: The issue starts with a very familiar scene outside a movie theater. A young Bruce is leaving the film Zorro with his parents and they decide to take a detour to get out of the rain. Batman...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #4

Synopsis: The issue picks up right after the end of last with Red Hood trying to connect with Bizarro. Things are not going well for him as Bizarro rages inside his cell and tosses him around....

Review: Suicide Squad #5

Synopsis: The issue opens with an opening monologue discussing Oppenheimer’s first reaction to the atomic bomb and its comparisons to the first sightings of super beings. In Belle Reve, Task...

Review: Trinity #2

Synopsis: After being transported to some alternate timeline or place, the Trinity finds themselves in front of Jonathan Kent following a heart attack. The younger Clark is terrified of the new...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #3

Synopsis: Opening with a flashback, the issue starts by showing Jason coming back to the cave after his first unofficial night as Robin. Bloodied and torn uniform, its clear it did not go well. Jason...

Review: Titans #3

Synopsis: The issue picks up right after the Titans battle their younger doppelgängers created by Kadabra. Garth has just been hit by Kadabra but saved by Wally at the last second. Kadabra relishes...

Review: Trinity #1

Synopsis: Opening with Superman’s son, Jon Kent, coming home and spreading “magic beans”, Lois Lane’s monologue discusses the challenges of being a new parent and how you naturally build up...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #2

Synopsis: The issue opens with Artemis giving a brief back story into her origin. She was always told by her mother that she would be a great and kind warrior and would be the champion of the...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #1

Synopsis: The issue begins with a flashback of Jason at the Ma Gunn’s School for Wayward Boys. Batman is there and trying to take down the headmistress, Ma Gunn. She had actually been operating...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws: Rebirth #1

Synopsis: The issue opens in Crime Alley as Jason Todd recounts the night he met the Batman. Jason’s life was not exactly headed in the right direction but this night would change his life...

Review: New Suicide Squad #22

Synopsis: The issue opens with Harley on a doctor’s couch and apparently not in the “sharing mood” with the therapist. Harley is asked to describe what is going on within her mind...

Review: Justice League #52

Synopsis: The final issue of the Justice League in the New 52 opens in the Daily Planet with a shot of Superman’s cape. Lex Luthor is standing before it and is told by two security guards that the...

Review: New Suicide Squad #21

Synopsis: The issue picks up with the arrival of Captain Boomerang to save the Suicide Squad along with Amanda Waller. He questions a guard on how to operate the cameras within the castle then...

Review: Justice League #51

Synopsis: This issue of the Justice League opens with a flashback of the first fight that brought the Justice League together for the first time against Darkseid. The mysterious narrator references...

Review: Justice League #50

Synopsis: The issue starts with a quick recap of Darkseid War and how Darkseid was destroyed and certain members of the Justice League became gods. Wonder Woman states that she believed they would...

Review: We Are Robin #12

Synopsis: The issue opens on a robbery in progress as a group of masked individuals are trying to rob what looks like Bruce Wayne. They are interrupted by their lookout man who points out the...