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Gun Happy New Year: A History of Deadshot (Part 2)

Welcome to Part Two of our retrospective on DC Comics’ Floyd Lawton aka Deadshot. This continues from the previous Part One. With Deadshot appearing alongside Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman...

Review: Justice League of America #20

Overview: When last we left our heroes, everyone was in peril and things weren’t looking good for the JLA. As “Surgical Strike” comes to its conclusion, we get a number of resolutions...

Review: Justice League of America #19

Overview:  The JLA more than has their hands full after Prometheus and Afterthought caught them off guard in their own headquarters.  They have been divided and seemingly defeated, but the team is...

Review: Justice League of America #18

Overview:  After the team’s adventures in the Microverse, we’re back to the regular-sized, Ray Palmer-less reality we know and tolerate.  “Surgical Strike” kicks off with the team enjoying...

Review: Justice League of America #17

Overview:  Ray Palmer’s adventures in the Microverse have drawn to a close and the team is poised to save the day.  They just have to overcome scientist-turned-heel Dr. Aron Aut, who has...

Review: Midnighter #7

Synopsis We begin with Prometheus, or Matt, narrating his childhood and development to Midnighter. He shares that his parents, pseudo-vigilantes, were killed before his very eyes as a child....

Review: Midnighter #6

Following last month’s adventures of Grayson and Midnighter, writer Steve Orlando picks up this issue only moments after #5 concluded.   During their Thanksgiving meal, Matt, M’s boyfriend,...