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October 19, 2020


Lobo / Road Runner Special (Review)

Lobo/Road Runner Special DC Comics, June 2017 Writer: Bill Morrison Anyone with passing familiarity with the starring characters of this new title will understandably be immediately skeptical. American publisher DC Comics’ new “Lobo/Road Runner Special” comic sounds ghastly. In the past few months DC Comics has launched a creative initiative that pairs its superhero genre

Suicide Squad/The Banana Splits Special #1 (review)

Suicide Squad/The Banana Splits Special #1 DC Comics, March 2017 Writer: Tony Bedard We swear that this is not an April Fool’s Day review. American publisher DC Comics is currently publishing a number of comic book single issue publications featuring crossovers between characters from their main line of superhero character properties, and characters from their

Civil War II: The Oath #1 (Review)

Civil War II: The Oath #1 Marvel Comics, January 25, 2017 Writer: Nick Spencer “Civil War II: The Oath” is a new title spun out of American publisher Marvel Comics’ 2016 crossover promotional event called “Civil War II”. The plot for this saw two factions consisting of Marvel’s most popular mainstream character properties pitted against

Civil War II: Ultimates #12 (review)

Civil War II: Ultimates #12 (review) Marvel Comics, October 2016 Writer: Al Ewing American publisher Marvel Comics is presently winding up an internal cross-title promotional event called “Civil War II” which, again, explores the concept of altruistic superheroes fighting each other. This time the trigger is the use of prophetic vision by a new character

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