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November 18, 2017

Superheroes

The Wildstorm #2-8 (Review)

The Wildstorm #2-8 DC Comics, 2017 Writer: Warren Ellis We have previously reviewed The Wildstorm #1, and favourably. This should be no surprise to long-standing readers of the World Comic Book Review. Our reviews of British writer Warren Ellis’ body of work includes the brilliant Trees, James Bond: Vargr, Injection, and Karnak #1. Mr Ellis

Batman: The Dark Prince Charming #1 (Review)

Batman: The Dark Prince Charming #1 DC Comics, November 2017 Writer: Enrico Marini Our saunter through the increasingly thick jungle of recent Batman titles continues. Batman: The Dark Prince Charming #1 is the first of a two-part graphic novel from American publisher DC Comics.  The title follows one of their paramount properties the Batman as he hunts down his long-time nemesis the Joker,

The Batman Who Laughs #1: DC Comics’ worst, most poorly-thought through concept in its history is about to be published

The Batman Who Laughs #1 DC Comics, November 2017 Writer: Scott Snyder American superhero comic book publisher DC Comics has made some disturbing editorial decisions over recent years. These include: a. a plot around a weaponised baby, apparently in pain, courtesy of Geoff Johns in Justice League #50 (which we have previously reviewed) b. the

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