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Review: Earth 2 Society #2

“Guardian Angel” begins with Dick Grayson the new Earth 2 Batman chasing down Terry Sloan in New Gotham. The time is one year after planet fall. Sloan’s destination is the TSS Endurance which...

Review: Earth 2: Society #1

In this #1 issue Earth 2 gets it’s second chance spinning out of Convergence as the Blood Moon has been terraformed and moved into the exact space where the former Earth 2 resided in time and...

Review: Earth 2: World’s End #22-26

DC’s third weekly has finally come to a close with World’s End #26. And the title certainly didn’t bury the lead. As our heroes are split between doing all they can to ensure a...

Review: The New 52: Futures End #44-48

As New York City floats into the air, the final chapters of “Futures End” begin. At Terrifitech, Michael Holt is busy staring at several monitors showcasing the rising city as well as the many...

Review: Earth 2: World’s End #7-10

So I’m gonna try something different this time around with my review, I’ll focus on the Batman characters in a bit of detail and then bullet point what’s happening throughout the rest of the...

DCU Spotlight: Review: The New 52: Futures End #13

Futures End still is not at the pace that Batman Eternal is at now, but it hints at some very cool things coming up. However, I do feel like I say that every week. I’m getting bored of the...

DCU Spotlight: Review: The New 52: Futures End #11

If you are interested as to who Superman really is, look closely at the cover. You can kinda see a face…. Eh. I can’t make it out. Great cover nonetheless. But the cover adds more...

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 #3

I know it's early on, but I feel like this weekly comic series is taking the opposite approach of Batman Eternal. Futures End has done well carrying plot points from issue to issue, but...

TBU Versus: Volume 1-Batman vs. Superman Round One

  It's time for the first round of our first TBU Vs. match-up. Remember, the winner of this fight may not necessarily be the one who won in the comic that is being referenced. This...

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...