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How Kimberly Hart Got Her Groove Back (Power Rangers: Ranger Slayer #1 Review)

Power Rangers: Ranger Slayer #1 Review aka “How Kimberly Hart Got Her Groove Back Written By: Ryan Parrott Illustrated By: Ryan Mora Colored By: Raul Angulo Lettered By: Ed Dukeshire (Spoilers for Sha...

8.8 Great

What should we do now? (Justice League #49 comic review)

Justice League #49 Writer: Si Spurrier Pencils: Aaron Lopresti Inks: Matt Ryan Colors: David Baron Letters: Tom Napolitano The Justice League has found themselves in the middle of political conflict. ...

8 Great

“Fury’s So Much Easier Than Forgiveness” (ALIENATED #4 Comic Review)

Alienated #4 Writer: Simon Spurrier Artist: Chris Wildgoose Colorist: André May Letterer: Jim Campbell Cover Artist: Chris Wildgoose Variant Cover Artist: Christian Ward Summary: After her own horrifi...

9.1 Amazing

Batman Going Broke is What He Needs Right Now

What? Okay so at the beginning of Joker War, Bruce has lost all of his money. He is broke, penniless(and Pennyworth-less considering Alfred’s in the ground right now), and just all-around has no...

No Time to Wait (Bitter Root #9 Comic Review)

Bitter Root #9 Rage and Redemption Part Four   Created by: David F. Walker, Chuck Brown, & Sanford Greene Color Artist: Sofie Dodgson Lettered by: Clayton Cowles Cover Artist: Sanford Greene ...

9.6 Amazing

Quantum and Woody (2020) #3 Comic Review

Writer: Christopher Hastings Artist: Ryan Browne Colorist Ruth Redmond Letterer: Hassan Otsmane-Elhaou Cover: David Nakayama What You Need to Know: Quantum and Woody took down Dr. Toilet wit the help ...

8.3 Great

“I wanted to watch my son grow up.” (Superman #23 Comic Review)

Superman #23 Writer: Brian Michael Bendis Art: Kevin Maguire and John Timms Colors: Alex Sinclair Superman is Clark Kent. The world knows it, and seemingly that genie can’t go back into the bott...

8 Great

It’s a slippery slope, Clark (Justice League #48 Comic Review)

Justice League #48 Writer: Si Spurrier Pencils: Aaron Lopresti Inks: Matt Ryan Colors: David Baron Letters: Tom Napolitano A new writer on Justice League means that no real prior knowledge is needed b...

6 Fair

…I forgive you (Justice League #47 comic review)

Justice League #47 Writer: Robert Venditti Penciller: Eddy Barrows Inker: Eber Ferreira Colors: Romulo Fajardo Jr. Letters: Tom Napolitano James Corrigan has quit being the Spectre, and The Justice Le...

6 Fair