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Author Archive: Bill Heuer

Review: Injustice: Gods Among Us Year Five #2 (Digital Chapters #3-4)

Synopsis: The issue picks up where chapter two left off with Bane entering the fight between Superman and Doomsday. Bane’s inner monologue remarks that the two super beings are equally matched and...

Review: Earth 2: Society #8

Synopsis: Picking up after the formation of the Justice Society, the story now shows Hawkgirl who has been absent for some time. She has taken it upon herself to map out this new world. Kendra is...

Review: Robin War #2

Well, the war is over and, unfortunately, it did not exactly deliver the big ending I was hoping for following the end of Robin War #1. Granted, this issue had some cool moments and was an enjoyable...

Review: Injustice: Gods Among Us Year Five #1 (Digital Chapters #1-2)

Synopsis: This year begins with Superman surveying the destruction of a prison that held the world’s super villains (or at least the enemies of Superman). It is revealed that it was Plastic Man who...

Review: Justice League #47

Opening in Gotham, Batman is arguing with Green Lantern about getting out of the Mobius Chair. Batman tells Green Lantern that the chair has helped him stop much more crime in Gotham than he ever...

Review: Justice League #46

As it has been in previous issues of Darkseid War, Wonder Woman’s opening dialogue centers on a Greek myth. She chronicles the story of Ino of Thebes who gave birth to Zeus’ child and angered his...

Review: We Are Robin #7

Opening with a flashback, a young Dick Grayson is performing with his parents in Haley’s Circus. He completes an amazing acrobatic feat as the crowd cheers. Returning to present day, Dick and...

Review: Earth 2: Society #7

The issue starts with the entering of Green Lantern into the mix of heroes as they battle Doctor Impossible. Power Girl is trying to convince Huntress not to side with Doctor Impossible in starting...

Review: New Suicide Squad #15

The issue opens with the team flying to Dallas to confront the Calvary Corporation, namely their CEO Ms. Pesta. During the flight, Boomerang is shooting off his mouth and being told to shut up...

Review: Robin War #1

The war has finally begun. I have been looking forward to this event for some time and just could not wait to see all the Robins meet up with a new Batman and a threat like the Court of Owls. We Are...

Review: We Are Robin #6

The issue opens with a news anchor discussing the recent plans the city has for rebuilding the Hall of Records following the bombing a few issues back. We then pick up right where the last issue...

Review: Earth 2: Society #6

At the end of the previous issue, Batman revealed that Jimmy Olsen tried to crash the Overwatch ship into the Earth as well as murdered Terry Sloan. Jimmy Olsen has now been shown to have godlike...

Review: Bat-Mite #6

This being the last issue of the mini-series, I was not sure how they would conclude a relatively lackluster series. I was surprised that I enjoyed this last issue as much as I did. Although I have...

Review: Justice League: Darkseid War: Batman #1

What would happen if a man became a god? Would he change the world with his power or would that power just change him? The first one shot from the Darkseid War shows exactly what happens when a...

Review: We Are Robin #5

Opening in a dark alley of Gotham, a homeless man is being recruited to join the underground army. The recruiter tells the homeless man that he can be cleansed by “the masters”. Coming...

Review: Justice League #45

Darkseid is dead. The huge ending to the last issue is obviously being felt throughout the universe. While Wonder Woman’s internal monologue centers on humanity questioning the mortality of gods,...

Review: Bat-Mite #5

The issue starts with Bat-Mite getting coffee to refuel for the battle between the Inferior Five and the henchmen of the villain Gridlock. The Inferior Five are shown to be a hopeless group of heroes...

Review: Batman/Superman #25

The issue starts shortly after the events of the Subterranea arc with Batman making sure that Superman stays out of Gotham.  Superman cuts off Gordon to let him know that he really can’t stop him...

Review: Justice League #44

Opening with Wonder Woman describing Gelos, god of laughter, we see contrasting panels between the faces of Joker and Bat-God. We see that Bat-God and Green Lantern are on Earth 3, home of the Crime...

Review: We Are Robin #4

The issue opens with a reporter detailing the aftermath of the bombing in the Hall of Records. The reporter confirms the death of “Robin” Troy as the only casualty of the bombing and the...

Review: Grayson #12

Prior to this issue, I had been wondering when we would finally get to see Dick return to Gotham and confront the family he was forced to lie to in order to protect them. With this issue, we get to...

Review: Batman/Superman #24

The issue begins with Superman fighting Aquaman, who we saw in the previous issue as being allied with Ukur. The next panel takes us ten minutes earlier to Batman working with Lucius Fox to stabilize...

Review: Bat-Mite #4

The issue begins with Weed and Reagan coming back to the apartment discussing the consequences of living with Bat-Mite. Reagan is listing all the things he has broken when they walk in on Bat-Mite...

Review: Justice League: Gods and Monsters #3 (Digital Chapters #7-9)

The issue begins with the return of Doctor Psycho as the robotic “Imperiex”. The Justice League determines that it was with their DNA that Doctor Psycho was able to evolve. Imperiex claims to be...

Review: We Are Robin #3

I was a little unsure of this series when it was announced and was not completely on board even after two issues. However, this issue totally hooked me with both the action throughout the issue and...

Review: Justice League: Gods and Monsters #2 (Digital Chapters #4-6)

Beginning at Gotham University, Batman visits Doctor Luthor to talk about Alpert Jackson. Batman reveals his identity to Luthor in the hopes that he will remember him from his days as a student....

Review: Justice League #43

This issue begins with a disturbing scene where Kalibak, son of Darkseid, kills a hound of Apokolips and licks up the blood after the kill. He is interrupted by Steppenwolf who tells Kalibak that...

Review: Justice League: Gods and Monsters #1 (Digital Chapters #1-3)

The issue starts with a brilliant recluse, Jackson Alpert, holding a conference in Switzerland that is told will change the world. We see a hologram version of Alpert talking about how fragile...

Review: Batman/Superman #23

The issue begins exactly where issue #22 left off with Superman hitching a ride on a giant creature into the Earth. Superman is attempting to catch up with Lord Ukur of Subterranea who fled...