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Author Archive: Jim Remolde

Review: Red Hood/Arsenal #10

“May I Have This Dance With The Devil” opens with a firefight. Jason and Roy are fighting an army of armed guys wearing white. In a voice over we learn that the two are on the engineering deck...

Review: Batman Beyond #10

“City of Yesterday Part Three” continues the fight between Batman and the walking animals of Dr. Cuvier. While this fight is going on, Cuvier and other animals watch and comment on the fight. The...

Review: Teen Titans #17

“But Who is Wonder Girl” opens in the Adirondacks. We see Cassie standing over a cliff. She appears to be hearing or perhaps feeling a voice. The voice is saying that Cassie has a lot of...

Review: Titans Hunt #5

“Titans Hunt Chapter 5: Sticks and Stones” opens in the past. We see Mal, also known as Herald and he is not alone. He is talking to Mr. Twister who is creating a tower with stairs on the...

Review: Red Hood/Arsenal #9

“Harmed and Dangerous Part Two” opens with Red Hood fighting the Iron Rule team we met at the end of last issue. These were the people that were terrorizing the residents of the Nethers. It...

Review: Batman Beyond #9

“City of Yesterday” opens with Batman heading to Metropolis to search for Matt McGinnis. He is in communication with Barbara in the cave. We get a recap from the conversation at the wall in the...

Review: Teen Titans #16

“The Sum of its Parts” opens in the Robin’s Nest. The team are gathered minus Red Robin. They are commiserating about their recent encounter with Professor Pyg from the last issue. Raven senses...

Review: Titans Hunt #4

“Titans Hunt Chapter Four: Masks” opens with the Teen Titans, but not the Titans we are used to seeing in this universe. Here we have Robin, Wonder Girl, Caveboy, Aqualad, Hawk, Speedy, and...

Review: Red Hood/Arsenal #8

“Harmed and Dangerous” opens with a flashback to 1923 in Gotham City. Federal Agent Erwin Woreth and his wife, Gabi are being held captive by a mobster. Woreth reveals what he has learned from...

Review: Batman Beyond #8

“City of Yesterday Part 1” opens with Batman in the skies of Gotham looking for Matt. Barbara is in the cave giving Tim information from a security drone that took a picture of Matt at a...

Review: Titans Hunt #3

“Titans Hunt Chapter Three: Friends Like These” opens where the previous chapter ended. Grayson, Donna Troy and Aqualad fighting on the beach. All three want answers and the Amazon believes...

Review: Teen Titans #15

“On The Run: A Tale from the Robin War” opens at Red Robin’s Robins Nest. Beast Boy in fooling around with the monitors provides exposition on the status of the Robin War event. Tonya chastises...

Review: Gotham By Midnight #12

Editor’s Note: This is the final issue of the series.   “Midnight” continues with the characters in the midst of the zombie apocalypse. The angel seen at the end of the last issue is...

Review: Red Hood/Arsenal #7

This tie in issue to the Robin War story takes place during the Robin War #1 issue. I have not read that issue as I wanted to evaluate this story on its own.   “All’s Fair in Love and Robin...

Review: Teen Titans #14

“Aftermath” opens with the Titans arriving at the Metropolis Armory Ward Dock, the gateway to the prison for the baddest of the bad. The Titans are in the custody of Alpha Centurion for their...

Review: Gotham By Midnight #11

“Memories of Gotham” opens with McGrath and Duretti looking for the bodies of Drake and Corrigan. We get narration detailing the important unjust deaths in their lives. The detectives do not find...

Review: Batman Beyond #7

“City of Yesterday Prologue” begins in the Batcave. Tim is working to get the batsuit back on line and he has not been successful. Barbara comes in to check on him. After some banter about age...

Review: Titans Hunt #2

“Titans Hunt Chapter Two: Trouble Always Finds Me” opens with Roy Harper. Roy this time is driving his truck out of Oklahoma. From the caption we learn that he is “hunting for answers,...

Review: Teen Titans #13

“Rogue Targets Part V” opens with Doctor Psycho pounding on Bunker’s brick defenses. Dr. Psycho’s real target is Raven. He dispatches Bunker and Beast Boy and moves in on Raven.   The...

Review: Red Hood/Arsenal #6

“Punchline” begins with Joker’s Daughter standing over the presumed dead body of Roy Harper. The Hero Manifesto team shows up. After some introductions, Joker’s Daughter tells the team to...

Review: Batman Beyond #6

“Brave New Worlds Part 6” opens on the Justice League satellite on the moon. Brother Eye is questioning Deanna Clay, Inque’s daughter he is keeping captive. His issue is why Tim Drake would go...

Review: New Suicide Squad #13

“Freedom” opens up mid operation. Captain Boomerang and Deadshot are working a deal with a drug dealer. The drug in question gives the user a random super power along with the high. Boomerang has...

Review: Gotham By Midnight #10

“Nothing Will Stop Us” opens with the police breaking into the blood soaked interrogation room where the Spectre killed the two IAD detectives. The uniformed officers find Corrigan drenched in...

Review: Secret Six #7

“There’s Something at the Door, Darling” opens in Tibet. We find Phantom Stranger, Deadman (Boston Brand), and Felix Faust. The three are joining to a meeting where they are to discuss the...

Review: Titans Hunt #1

“Titans Hunt Chapter One: The Brave and the Bold” opens with Roy Harper. He looks like the Roy we know from the Post Flashpoint Universe. He is staring at a water tower. It looks like a giant T...

Review: Teen Titans #12

“Rogue Targets Part IV” opens with Superboy attacking, declaring that he wants his life back. We hear a voice over granting Kon’s wish. He, Wonder Girl, Kid Flash and Red Robin are whisked...

Review: Red Hood/Arsenal #5

“Gotham Born Part 2” is simply a fight issue. What I enjoyed the most about this issue was that it was not “Batman” verses Red Hood and Arsenal, but rather all three against Underbelly. On to...

Review: Batman Beyond #5

“Brave New Worlds Part 5” continues with the fight for Gotham. Brother Eye’s forces are decimating the police and military resistance but the humans are not giving up. Back in the Batcave, Tim...

Review: New Suicide Squad Annual #1

The “Monsters” conclusion starts with the League overseeing the execution of Captain Boomerang. They have him locked in a cylinder and are filling it with water to drown him for his crimes...

Review: Gotham by Midnight #9

“The Truth” consists of three separate scenes: the questioning of Jim Corrigan, the questioning of Lisa Drake, and the search warrant execution at the Midnight Shift precinct. The scenes shift...