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Review: Suicide Squad #29

Overview: The Suicide Squad goes to the Moon to kill a monster.   Synopsis (spoilers ahead): The issues picks up on the moon where Katana and her team (Harley Quinn, Killer Croc, and Captain...

Review: Suicide Squad #28

Overview: The Suicide Squad’s mission in space continues as they meet Rick Flag Sr. and embark on a mission to the moon.   Synopsis (spoilers ahead): The story opens on the defunct Task Force...

Review: Suicide Squad #27

Overview: The Suicide Squad launches in to space to investigate a new threat to Amanda Waller.   Synopsis (spoilers ahead): The issue kicks off with Boomerang eating a bucket of chicken and...

Review: Grayson #16

Breakdown: Tom King and Tim Seeley deliver a script that is the most fun I’ve had reading a comic in a while. It’s pretty clear these guys had fun writing this issue. And that’s...

Review: Grayson #9

This book is just plain fun. Really, it has everything you could want in a comic. I’ve never heard someone who has actually read this book, and didn’t like it. Everyone I hear who hates...

Review: The New 52: Futures End #31-35

Five years from now our issues open in Seattle where we see Lois Lane giving a press conference regarding the events on Cadmus Island in the previous issue. Over on Green Arrow Island, Ollie is...

Review: The New 52: Futures End #27-30

Five years from now our issues open with the heroes gathering together with Green Arrow to plan their assault on Cadmus Island, meanwhile Lois Lane returns home to find Cal Corcoran (Tim Drake)...

DCU Spotlight: Review: The New 52: Futures End #12

Since the beginning of Futures End, I haven’t been completely sold on what I’ve read so far. When I heard about it, initially, I was excited because I love Brian Azzarello & Jeff...

DCU Spotlight: Review: The New 52: Futures End #6

This, is by far, my favorite issue of this series to date. By my count, it only has three stories, making it the most focused. Four if you count a certain page, but I say that ties in with another...

DCU Spotlight: Review: The New 52: Futures End #5

This week's theme for Futures End, seems to be about power. How we use our influence of power to others, being powerless to others, being overpowered, choosing to let go of power, and trying to...

DCU Spotlight: Review: The New 52: Futures End #4

If I had to give you a highlight reel of what this series has been the past month, this cover would sum it up. Frankenstein is carrying his own arm over his shoulder. Every issue, someone has lost a...