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Author Archive: Paul Selby

Review: Justice League of America #2

The story picks up from last issue with Lord Havok’s hand at the Atom’s throat while the rest of the JLA looks on.  Batman offers himself up to Havok in exchange for the rest of the...

Review: Justice League of America #1

The story opens with Batman and Vixen over the rooftops of Gotham talking about how the JLA was formed to inspire people, not watch from above.  Meanwhile in the City of Vanity, Black Canary and the...

Review: Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures #4

The issue opens with Batman walking through a cloud of fear gas and a panicking crowd in the East Village as he chases the Scarecrow down an alley.  Batman then discovers his gas mask has been...

Review: Justice League of America: Rebirth #1

The story begins at Happy Harbor, Rhode Island where Batman and Killer Frost meet in the now abandoned original secret sanctuary of the Justice League. The two then go on a recruitment tour: to...

Review: Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures #3

The Turtles, Batman, Robin and Batgirl take down Poison Ivy and Snakeweed.  Meanwhile the Joker makes quick work of the Shredder with a face full of Joker venom and the Joker appears to have taken...

Review: Justice League #13

This is another Justice League vs Suicide Squad tie-in. The story opens with Steve Trevor leaving work for the day in Washington DC, talking about having plans with his niece and nephew.  The...

Review: Justice League #12

The story is set before the events of Justice League vs Suicide Squad, where Amanda Waller is interrogating Maxwell Lord, who is explained to be the head of Checkmate and is in custody for some...

Review: Justice League vs Suicide Squad #2

The fight is on in this second issue with the Justice League fighting the Suicide Squad on the island of Badhnisia.  Meanwhile in the Swiss Alps, Maxwell Lord speaks with the group of super villains...

Review: Justice League #11

The Justice League are locked in a battle with a collection of supervillains, including the Fearsome Five, Scarecrow, and Amazo.  The villains have been offered the combined fortunes of Lex Luthor...

Review: Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures #2

The story opens with a flashback of Harley breaking the Joker out of Arkham Asylum and escaping through two portals that suddenly appear.  Meanwhile, in the present day, the Joker meets with the...

Review: Justice League #10

The Justice League are in Denver, Colorado at the doorstep of James Palmer, the widower of the lone victim of the Kindred attack from the first story arch.  James is an accomplished former hacker...

Review: Justice League #9

The Justice League is being attacked by a computer virus which has taken control of Cyborg and Green Lantern’s ring.  Meanwhile Batman and Alfred examine the computer virus to determine its...

Review: Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Adventures #1

The story opens with the turtles stopping a random criminal in New York.  The story then moves to Gotham where Batman tracks Two-Face to an abandoned house. Two-Face is quickly subdued and speaks of...

Review: Justice League #8

Justice League #8 picks up in the aftermath of the Kindred attack.  Cyborg is in the Watchtower watching the funeral of Diane Palmer, the lone fatality from the Kindred attack when he begins seeing...

Review: Justice League #7

The Justice League had been affected by an entity that is amplifying their worst fears.  Batman seems wracked with survivors guilt over still being alive with all the death around him. Superman goes...

Review: Justice League #4

The book opens with the Green Lanterns above an alien planet. Jessica holds off the missiles being launched at Earth while Simon goes down to the planet to investigate the source of the missiles. ...

Review: Justice League #3

The issue opens with Wonder Woman’s voice over recapping the events of the last few issues: earthquakes leads to possessed people leads to people fusing together into giant creatures who call...

Review: Justice League #2

The story opens with a newscaster reporting on all of the destruction going on around the world.  During the broadcast, the reporter gets possessed by the Kindred and talks about their rising and...

Review: Justice League #1

The issue opens with Wonder Woman fighting a Russian Militia on a battlefield.  The fighting is interrupted with buildings crumbling and tanks sailing through the air.  It cuts to a news report...

Review: Justice League: Rebirth #1

The story opens with a giant space lobster looming over New York City, with smaller space lobsters attacking people in the street and taking over their bodies. In the middle of it all is the Justice...