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DCU Spotlight: Review: Dark Nights: Metal #3

Overview: Superman goes to a place where everybody knows his name, and then he turns into a battery.   Synopsis (spoilers ahead): In Smallville, Damian and Jon are putting on a rock show for...

Review: Earth 2 Society #9

Synopsis: “One Nation Indivisible” picks up where issue #8 ended with Hawkgirl discovering Fury and the surviving Amazonians. She watches as Fury spars with multiple warriors and tries to get...

Review: Justice League United #15

Opening up in the heat of battle, Stargirl and Enemy Ace fly back towards the fighting in search of her missing cosmic rod. Meanwhile, on the ground below, OMAC takes on Robotman and Steel as the...

Review: Justice League United #14

Opening up where the previous issue left off, the first panel shows a soldier after he has been impaled by Stargirl’s falling cosmic staff. As Easy Company calls for a medic, the heroes of the JLU...

Review: Justice League United #13

This issue opens upon a battlefield in Arracourt, France during the year 1940. Leading Easy Company, Sgt. Rock orders his men to search the town for locals and meet at a point in the South End....

Review: Batman/Superman #16

I kinda have mixed feelings on this issue. Greg Pak has been doing an amazing job on Action Comics. But here, it irritates me because Superman is always a genuinely good guy, why Batman is a complete...

Review: Batman/Superman: Futures End #1

Greg Pak took a different path for these issues, which was refreshing. Instead of showing us the state of the ‘five years from now’, he showed us how we got to this point. But he did a...

DCU Spotlight: Review: Suicide Squad #25

This issue picks up were issue 24 left off, with a team of the "Reverse Suicide Squad" has been sent to stop the Suicide Squad. This Reverse team is made up of Power Girl, Warrant, Soldier,...