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Review: Titans #10

The Titans were misled to the borough of Manhattan after Omen gleaned the word from the mind of Abra Kadabra.  While it remains to be seen whether or not Kadabra was referring to Doctor Manhattan of...

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: Titans #8

“Made in Manhattan Part One: To Bee Or Not To Bee” opens with a scene flashback of the original Teen Titans consisting of Kid Flash, Speedy, Wonder Girl, Aqualad and Robin in action. We have a...

Review: Titans #7

“Home Sweet Home” opens in Manhattan six weeks later. Flash, Arsenal, and Donna Troy are fighting a super sized Meta. In the fight Donna is smacked off and flies towards a building only to be...

Review: Titans #5

“The Return of Wally West Part Five: Run For Their Lives” begins where the previous issue ended. Wally is preparing to run thousands of miles as fast as he can to save the lives of both his...

Review: Titans #4

“The Return of Wally West Part Four: Now You See Her…” opens where the previous issue left off, Abra Kadabra has whisked Linda Park away in front of Wally West. Wally is frantic, he tries to...

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: Titans #2

“The Return of Wally West Part Two: Smoke and Mirrors” opens in Keystone City. Linda Park of Super News arrives at a news story. The cop there says that some guys appeared out of thin air and are...

Review: Titans #1

“The Return of Wally West Part 1: Run For Your Life” opens with a recap of DC Universe Rebirth. Wally describes his return from the Speed Force to find the universe timeline changed. His time as...

Review: Titans Hunt #8

“Titans Hunt Chapter Eight: The Other Side” opens with a quick flashback. We see the nine Titans of old facing off with Twister. We hear that they won, but in order to triumph, they had to...

Review: Titans Hunt #7

“Titans Hunt Chapter Seven: Swan Song” opens with Hawk facing off against the duo that destroyed Lilith’s office. The man snaps his fingers and lasers shoot out of the headlights of their car...

Review: Titans Hunt #6

“Titans Hunt Chapter 6: Diabolical” opens up with Mal singing his song that will bring his greatest friends to their doom. Mal continues to plead with Mr. Twister to allow him to stop but fails....

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: 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: 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: 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: Convergence: The New Teen Titans #2

“Game of Heroes” opens with Firehawk and Nightwing meeting face to face after Firehawk’s call to Nightwing at the end of the last issue. They are discussing their situation and what they can do...

Review: Convergence: New Teen Titans #1

“Opposing Truths” opens with Donna Troy, Wonder Girl recording a message to her husband at what appears to be the base of operations of the New Teen Titans, S.T.A.R. Labs. It is day 365 since...

Year of the Batmen: Part 13

The State of the Dick Grayson Batman Part Two     It was nearly a year ago when I asked, “why can’t Dick Grayson remain as Batman?” In fact, amidst the rumors of his...

Review: Justice League of America #53

Before we begin this review of JLA #53 which concludes the “Omega” storyline let’s take a quick look at how JLA #52 ended.   With Batman on his knees.   You read that...

Review: Justice League of America #50

The issue starts with Supergirl and Jesse Quick racing around the Monitor, doing chores and talking about losing loved ones and fate, when they are visited by a woman claiming to be the Green Lantern...

Review: Justice League of America #49

This is pretty much a filler, come down issue, which is good considering how intense the ride was in the last few months for the JLA.   Dick appears only in wrap around scenes at the start and...

Review: JSA #42/JLA #48

It's time for another 2-in-1 showcase spectacular as we wrap up "The Dark Things" crossover that ties in with Brightest Day.   We begin with JSA #42, with Kyle Rayner joining the...

Review: JLA #47/JSA #41

Two comic books for the price of one review this month as we continue the JLA/JSA The Dark Things crossover Brightest Day tie-in event.   We start in JSA #41 where we see that a Starheart...

Review: Justice League of America #45

In the 1960s, writer Bob Haney got the idea to take all the younger characters in the DC Universe and mash them together as a team. Not unlike the very successful Justice League Of America. And so in...

The Year of the Batmen: Part 2

Batman in the JLA   In this, the second entry of my “Year of the Batmen” series, I am going to discuss the Dick Grayson Batman and the dynamic of his entry into the newly...

Review: Justice League of America #41

Batman joins the newly reformed Justice League of America in issue number 41 of the JLA written by James Robinson, penciled by Mark Bagley and ably inked by Hunter, Alquiza, and Wong.   First...