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Review: Suicide Squad #35

Overview: Amanda Waller sees her empire falling apart as Hack returns to exact revenge on the Suicide Squad.   Synopsis (spoilers ahead): The story opens with a media introduction of the US...

Gun Happy New Year: A History of Deadshot (Part 1)

Over the past few years, DC Comics’ chain-smoking master assassin Deadshot, one of Batman’s second-tier rouges, has gained popularity—appearing in more comic books than ever and in...

Review: Justice League of America #8

Synopsis: Picking up on the moon near the remains of Rao’s demolished cathedral, Superman and Rao duke it out for nearly four wordless pages. It appears that Superman flies Rao into a mountain...

Review: Injustice: Gods Among Us Year Five #2 (Digital Chapters #3-4)

Synopsis: The issue picks up where chapter two left off with Bane entering the fight between Superman and Doomsday. Bane’s inner monologue remarks that the two super beings are equally matched and...

Review: Injustice: Gods Among Us Year Five #1 (Digital Chapters #1-2)

Synopsis: This year begins with Superman surveying the destruction of a prison that held the world’s super villains (or at least the enemies of Superman). It is revealed that it was Plastic Man who...

Review: Justice League of America #6

Synopsis After too many months of waiting for this issue, we resume with Aquaman confronting some of Rao’s prophets at The Temple of Poseidon in Atlantis. Arthur has just returned to find that the...

Review: New Suicide Squad #15

The issue opens with the team flying to Dallas to confront the Calvary Corporation, namely their CEO Ms. Pesta. During the flight, Boomerang is shooting off his mouth and being told to shut up...

Review: New Suicide Squad #14

New Suicide Squad #13 “Freedom” left us wondering if Vic Sage really blew up the members of Task Force X? If I may ask, did you believe for one second this really happened? I bet not.  Vic Sage...

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: 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: New Suicide Squad #12

“Monsters” continues with a stunned Reverse Flash attempting to get back on his feet after the battle at the refinery. Meanwhile the League scientists are attempting to study the captive Parasite...

Review: New Suicide Squad #11

“Monsters” continues the next day. Deadshot is on the street and finally finds the League caravan racing to their destination. He calls out asking about Boomerang and Manta. He sees the truck...

Review: New Suicide Squad #10

“Monsters” continues with a member of the League showing Deadshot, Black Manta, and Boomerang a school in the village they are located in. Boomerang appears to be showing an interest in the...

Review: Justice League of America #1

As this new series begins, we find Superman in the midst of some sort of battle with an unseen opponent. As the world seems to blow apart and the Man of Steel is shot into space, two voices begin...

Review: New Suicide Squad #9

Monsters open with Deadshot talking with a boy. It is night and their location is not known, the boy offers Floyd a light.   We shift to four weeks earlier at Floyd Lawton’s cell at Belle...

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

          Round three. Hush shall be our battleground. Towards the end of the first volume, one of the greatest showdowns actually occurred within the DC Universe’s...

Review: Superboy #2

A Superboy review? In The Batman Universe? Have we stumbled back into the Silver Age? Nope, this month Poison Ivy has a cameo in Superboy’s new, ongoing series; and where she goes I will...

Review: World’s Finest #2

Everyone’s favorite 10 year old crime fighter is back and this time he is teaming up with Metropolis’ own Guardian in the second entry of the four part “World’s Finest”...

Review: Superman-The Complete Animated Series

  This is another show that you most likely have already seen. You might even already own the individual seasons. For the very first time the series is collected in one form on DVD. The series...