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Justice League – Power Rangers #1-2 (Review)

Justice League – Power Rangers #1-2 DC Comics, Jan-Feb, 2017 Writer: Tom Taylor Comic book crossovers are focused on cross-selling. But this is plainly obvious in the case of “Justice League – Power Rangers” #1 and 2. Both DC Comics’ “Justice League” superhero group concept, and “Power Rangers” (owned by creator Haim Saban) feature in

Superman #15 (Review)

Superman #15 (review) DC Comics, March 2017 Writer: Peter J TomasiThe cover to this issue of “Superman” depicts the globally-famous caped and omnipotent superhero clutching, all of all things, a masked rabbit, and resolutely facing into a powerful wind. Around him are the damaged indicia and equipment his apparently defeated colleagues. These absent ones are

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

The Oppressive Stink: Justice League #1 Rebirth – Directors’ Cut

“Justice League #1 Rebirth – Directors’ Cut” DC Comics, December 2016 Writer: Bryan Hitch Most people have heard of London’s famous river, the Thames. Another prominent river in London was called the Fleet River (Fleet Street, the home of London’s newspaper industry, is named after the Fleet River). During Roman times, the Fleet River was

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