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Review: DC Rebirth Holiday Special #1

“A Very Harley Holiday” opens with Harley dressed in a brown sweater, black pants boots and green snow cap entering stage right of an auditorium stage. She asks for lights and starts talking...

Review: Titans #1

“The Return of Wally West Part 1: Run For Your Life” opens with a recap of DC Universe Rebirth. Wally describes his return from the Speed Force to find the universe timeline changed. His time as...

Review: Red Hood/Arsenal #12

“Vote Now and Vote Often” opens with Roy tied to a chair being tortured. He has been captured by the Iron Rule. They are posting Roy on the Internet with a vote for him to die or live. We also...

Review: Titans Hunt #7

“Titans Hunt Chapter Seven: Swan Song” opens with Hawk facing off against the duo that destroyed Lilith’s office. The man snaps his fingers and lasers shoot out of the headlights of their car...

Review: Red Hood/Arsenal #11

“Dancing with the Devil’s Daughter” opens with Roy. He is alone and later we see that this is a flashback. He is standing over the defeated Iron Rule, as humans, not the super-villains we saw...

Review: Titans Hunt #6

“Titans Hunt Chapter 6: Diabolical” opens up with Mal singing his song that will bring his greatest friends to their doom. Mal continues to plead with Mr. Twister to allow him to stop but fails....

Review: Red Hood/Arsenal #10

“May I Have This Dance With The Devil” opens with a firefight. Jason and Roy are fighting an army of armed guys wearing white. In a voice over we learn that the two are on the engineering deck...

Review: Titans Hunt #5

“Titans Hunt Chapter 5: Sticks and Stones” opens in the past. We see Mal, also known as Herald and he is not alone. He is talking to Mr. Twister who is creating a tower with stairs on the...

Review: Red Hood/Arsenal #9

“Harmed and Dangerous Part Two” opens with Red Hood fighting the Iron Rule team we met at the end of last issue. These were the people that were terrorizing the residents of the Nethers. It...

Review: Titans Hunt #4

“Titans Hunt Chapter Four: Masks” opens with the Teen Titans, but not the Titans we are used to seeing in this universe. Here we have Robin, Wonder Girl, Caveboy, Aqualad, Hawk, Speedy, and...

Review: Red Hood/Arsenal #8

“Harmed and Dangerous” opens with a flashback to 1923 in Gotham City. Federal Agent Erwin Woreth and his wife, Gabi are being held captive by a mobster. Woreth reveals what he has learned from...

Review: Titans Hunt #3

“Titans Hunt Chapter Three: Friends Like These” opens where the previous chapter ended. Grayson, Donna Troy and Aqualad fighting on the beach. All three want answers and the Amazon believes...

Review: Red Hood/Arsenal #7

This tie in issue to the Robin War story takes place during the Robin War #1 issue. I have not read that issue as I wanted to evaluate this story on its own.   “All’s Fair in Love and Robin...

Review: Titans Hunt #2

“Titans Hunt Chapter Two: Trouble Always Finds Me” opens with Roy Harper. Roy this time is driving his truck out of Oklahoma. From the caption we learn that he is “hunting for answers,...

Review: Red Hood/Arsenal #6

“Punchline” begins with Joker’s Daughter standing over the presumed dead body of Roy Harper. The Hero Manifesto team shows up. After some introductions, Joker’s Daughter tells the team to...

Review: Titans Hunt #1

“Titans Hunt Chapter One: The Brave and the Bold” opens with Roy Harper. He looks like the Roy we know from the Post Flashpoint Universe. He is staring at a water tower. It looks like a giant T...

TBU Solicitations for December 2015

DC has released their solicitations for the month of December 2015.  December will see the continuation most ongoing monthly titles, the weekly Batman and Robin Eternal and Dark Knight III and...

Review: Red Hood/Arsenal #4

“Gotham Born” opens with Red Hood and Arsenal in battle with the Jim Gordon Batman. The two partners discuss their situation and we go into flashback mode.   We go to hours earlier, Roy and...

Review: Red Hood/Arsenal #3

“Tales from the Underbelly” starts with Arsenal shooting Red Hood with an arrow. He did this to save Jason from falling to his death. As Roy lifts Jason, we see a huge billboard advertising Red...

Review: Red Hood/Arsenal #2

Red Hood and Arsenal have an adventure in Paris, the city of lights, where they defeat bad guys and act like ugly American superheroes on vacation.   Spoilery recap dessous (thanks Google...

Review: Red Hood/Arsenal #1

This was one of my favorite issues of the week. It was full of humor as well as surprises and the simplicity of the plot was something that actually helped the overall narrative.   The book...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #39

This week’s issue of Red Hood and The Outlaws opens with Jason Todd struggling with the idea of using a venom based hyper-steroid. The use of drugs for various reasons has been a recurring...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws Annual #2

Happy Holidays from the DC universe! I was a little weary when I found out that this year’s annual for Red Hood and the Outlaws was going to be Christmas themed. However, Lobdell was able to...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #37

Comic books have a long history with origin stories. In many cases, such as Batman and Superman, the origin story is so deeply engrained in the story’s canon that to change it at all would be comic...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #36

This issue of Red Hood and the Outlaws opens with Jason Todd in the throes of a self-induced venom rage. Seeing his enemies as mutants, Red Hood relentlessly offers them a timely demise. It is...

DC TV Update: TBU Links # 2

  How are things? Good, great. Got that out of the way, now onto business. Remember, and beware for there be SPOILERS AHEAD! Oh and this was released hours before Arrow aired Wednesday night....

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #34

Scott Lobdell has been impressing me with his Red Hood and the Outlaws since he re-took over. He has injected a lot of fun in the book, and this issue is no different. The storytelling is still kinda...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #33

Although not the greatest of the bat-books, I am still enjoying what they are doing with this book. It's taken a different tone, being more lighthearted & fun. Lobdell seems to be hitting at...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #32

Well, Scott Lobdell is back on this book. I haven't heard good things about his writing, so when I picked this book up for the first time, I was expecting it to be a train wreck…   I...

Review: Red Hood and the Outlaws #26

Jason and the Outlaws have been captured by Ra's Al Ghul and the League of Assassins (which includes Jason's former friend Benjamin a full on Tiger person ala Thundercats). Jason forces...