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December 13, 2017

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Justice League of America #1-2 (Review)

Justice League of America #1-2 DC Comics, April-May 2017 Writer: Steve Orlando In 1990, writer Keith Giffen created a group of interdimensional supervillains called “The Extremists”. The characters appeared in a title called “Justice League Europe” (issues 15-18), published by American comic book publisher DC Comics. The Extremists were replications of a group of iconic

Sea-World Building: Aquaman #12 (Review)

Sea-World Building: Aquaman #12 DC Comics, February 2017 Writer: Dan Abnett World Comic Book Review is very conscious of any apprehension of bias in our critiques. It has occurred to us, visiting various comic book message boards, that we very frequently criticise the creative output of DC Comics more than we criticise any other American

Ten Famous Comics in Haiku

This piece, which is a review only in the loosest sense, is inspired by David Bader’s book, “One Hundred Great Books in Haiku” (Penguin Books, 2010). As the promotional copy for Mr Bader’s book notes, “In the sixteenth century, Zen monks in Japan developed the haiku, an unrhymed poetic form consisting of 17 syllables arranged

Injustice: Ground Zero (Review)

Injustice: Ground Zero DC Comics, December 7, 2016-ongoing Writers: Christopher Sebela, Brian Buccellato In the spring of 2013, the Interactive Entertainment division of Warner Bros. (which owns DC Comics) and videogame developer NetherRealm Studios jointly developed and published a 3D Fighting-genre video game titled “Injustice: Gods Among Us” for a variety of hardware platforms. The

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