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Gun Happy New Year: A History of Deadshot (Part 3)

Hi again, and welcome to the final installment of “Gun Happy New Year,” a retrospective on the life and times of DC Comics’ Deadshot. So far, in Part 1 and Part 2, we’ve...

Review: DC Universe: Rebirth #1

In Brief: Wally West travels throughout the DC Universe, searching for someone who remembers him so he can deliver a dire warning.   Summary (Spoilers): Chapter 1: Lost- Wally opens the story...

Review: Secret Hero Society #1: Study Hall of Justice

Editor’s Note: This book was previously announced in September and this is the first volume. This is currently available at fine retailers including Amazon.   In Brief: What if Bruce...

Review: New Suicide Squad #16

The “Freedom” storyline comes to an end and the status qou of the New Suicide Squad is going to change. This final installation from Sean Ryan finally comes to end and what Amanda Waller and her...

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: New Suicide Squad #8

It is rare that I come across a book that has little to no redeeming qualities. However, in New Suicide Squad #8, I have found that book. It is truly a shame that a book with an all-star cast of...

Review: New Suicide Squad #6

Struggle is the name of the game in this week’s entry into the New Suicide Squad narrative. Led by Manta, the team is struggling to win the battle against the meta-humans in China. While attempting...

Review: New Suicide Squad #4

New Suicide Squad #4 is a demonstration of the role that power plays both inside and outside of the Suicide Squad. This month’s chapter, similar to last month’s, sees two members of the Suicide...

DCU Spotlight: Review: New Suicide Squad #1

A soft reboot from what came before, New Suicide Squad tries to reach out and receive new readers. It has a new, focused direction, under new leadership… But fails to stick the landing.  ...

TBU Versus: Volume 2-Batman vs. Lex Luthor Round Two

  Hello again Bat-fanatics. Time for round two of Batman vs. Lex Luthor.     This time we’re taking a look at Frank Miller’s The Dark Knight Strikes Again, the incredible...

Review: The Question #37

With a recent slew of old titles being brought back to tie into Blackest Night, you’re probably wondering if they are really worth picking up. And let me tell you, The Question number thirty...