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April 16, 2021

Superheroes

Nightwing #78 (review)

Writer: Tom Taylor Artist: Bruno Redondo DC Comics, February 2021 Tom Taylor is, at least for me, a very inconsistent writer in terms of quality. From his excellent Suicide Squad run to his confused but interesting Superior Iron-Man and the forgettable and messy DCeased, he has shown that while his basic premises and ideas tend

Immortal Hulk: Flatline (review)

Writer and Artist: Declan Shalvey Marvel Comics, February 2021 I believe I’m not being hyperbolic when I say Immortal Hulk is the best comic to come out of Marvel for a long, long time. Not only that, it has managed to keep its quality consistent for 43 issues as of the date of this review,

AdventureMan Volume 1 (review)

Writer: Matt Fraction Artist: Terry Dodson Image Comics, 2020 The Moderne (or Machine Age) design ethic took its cue from the multiple geometric element of machines, albeit arranged in a decorative style. Its forerunners were Futurism and Cubism. Futurism glorified the machine (the block shapes of the turn of the 19th century, not the organic

The Three Jokers #1-3 (review)

Writer: Geoff Johns Artist: Jason Fabok DC Comics, August-October 2020 The concept that American superhero comic book publisher DC Comics’ most iconic villain, the Joker, could actually be three people was first touted in Justice League #49, in 2015. In that comic, Batman took the seat of the space god Metron and was shown the

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