Justice League of America #2 leaves a fair amount to be desired, but if you’re looking for a Batman-heavy team book and haven’t read enough of those already then you’ll enjoy this
Another example of the company taking a good idea and not completely realizing the full potential in front of them
It’s witty, funny even, but as daring and creative as ever… Really, with Batman Vol. 1: I am Gotham, there’s nothing to lose
Suicide Squad #6 was alright, but splitting the main story with a back-up story really hinders the enjoyment of the issue
Justice League Rebirth feels like a continuation of a title that was never fully told. You shouldn’t hold that against it though, and just accept Justice League Rebirth for what it is. The script is decent and the art is excellent, and that should be enough for readers to at least give it a chance
Dan Jurgens and company send this book out on a good note that should satisfy everyone who’s been reading it consistently
An issue that fleshed out a couple of characters very well and gave readers some of the answers they’ve been waiting for
Sensation Comics Featuring Wonder Woman #15 Story: Adam Beechen, Carla Speed McNeil Art: Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, Kevin Nowlan, Scott Hanna, Carla Speed McNeil Covers: Jenny Frison Publisher: DC Comics Publication Date: October 7th, 2015 Price: $3.99 In “Our Little Dance,” when the well-meaning members of Debbi Domaine’s family argue that Cheetah needs rehabilitation more ..
Cyborg #3 Story: David F. Walker Art: Ivan Reis, Eduardo Pansica, Scott Hanna, Oclair Albert Covers: Ivan Reis, Joe Prado, Adriano Lucas, Kenneth Rocafort Publisher: DC Comics Publication Date: October 7th, 2015 Price: $2.99 Cyborg is our only defense against a freakish new army of invading metal aliens known as the Technosapiens. Plus, the Tekbreakers ..
While it’s hard to tell whether the cruelty of the story was intentional or just an unfortunate accident, what is clear is they didn’t care, nobody cared and it shows