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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: Secret Six #10

The Six continue their quest to save Black Alice as they risk a Lovecraftian apocalypse in Secret Six #10.   Cosmic horror spoilers below…   The issue opens with a profile of the baddest...

Review: Secret Six #9

Our heroes travel from the bottom of the sea to a creepy rural New England town to save one of their own, but in so doing risk bringing gruesome disaster onto the earth in Secret Six #9.  ...

Review: Secret Six #8

The Secret Six try to save one of their own, Black Alice, as they visit sunken Atlantis and have a run in with the master of the seven seas.   Let there be spoilers…   Our story opens...

Review: Secret Six #5

“Block Party” opens in the back yard of Big Shot. Big Shot is barbecuing for the group. After some small talk, Wells asks Blake where Alice and Strix are. Strix is holding the garden gnome in a...

Review: Secret Six #4

“Friends in Low Places” opens two days ago and centers on how the team ended up in Big Shot’s home. We start with Blake and Shot buying hot dogs and discussing where they are going to go. After...

Batman in The New DCU #5

  The first month of DC Comics: The New 52 has come to a close and brought us a variety of Batman adventures that have mostly confirmed what we might have already guessed about the Batman's...

Review: Secret Six #36

Before I started writing this review, I did something I normally don’t do, I looked up some other reviews for this final issue of Secret Six, and to my surprise, the reviews I found all praised...

Review: Secret Six #35

Long term readers will know that I have been incredibly harsh on this site when reviewing Secret Six. I felt that the dialogue was nothing more than gibberish, the art to be substandard and everyone...

Review: Secret Six #34

The old saying is, don’t judge a book by its cover. I don’t think that is more apropos than it is with Secret Six #34. When you see the book on the shelf, it has the image of Bane,...

Review: Birds of Prey #12

Our story opens three weeks ago as two young women – "Misses Lachess" – stand in an office in an impressive-looking building before a smartly dressed, elderly businessman known...

Review: Secret Six #31-33

Editor's Note: Although we normally post up reviews for single issues, we are playing catch-up with Secret Six and with this multi-issue review we are caught up to what is currently out.  ...