Another review I did over at Impulse Gamer. This is definitely a kids book. It takes everything that's good about the cartoon and translates it into the print genre. Teen Titans Go! #30 is just a damn fun issue! The issue is broken into two stories, one in which they engage in a riddle contest, … Continue reading Teen Titans Go! #30
My latest review at Impulse Gamer. I picked No Justice #2 to look at just to get an idea of where the Justice League would be going in the aftermath of Metal. It is a really well paced issue. To be honest, I breezed right through it on the first read. This was a really … Continue reading No Justice #2
My two most recent reviews over at Impulse Gamer. As I've done two I'll give a quick comparison of them. Both were good issues, but Green Lanterns was significantly stronger. Both were middle of arc issues, with the key difference being that Green Lanterns worked in some review of previous issues so you weren't lost. … Continue reading Green Lanterns #46 and Cyborg #22
DC has released a one shot issue to introduce their upcoming story lines and the re-vamping of the justice league this summer. It contains three short stories for the great low price of $0.25. Seriously, a quarter. You can't get much better value for a book than that, and with the overall quality, they could … Continue reading DC Nation #0
I took in Justice League tonight. After some of the reviews and criticisms of the film, I was expecting it to be pretty terrible, but still vowed to approach it with an open mind. There are several things I liked in it, and a few I didn't. It was really a mixed bag of a … Continue reading Justice League in Review
This is the second standalone title in the Metal cross-over, covering the dark multiverse origin of The Murder Machine, a combination of Batman and Cyborg. The Cover It's very colourful for starters. Lots of bright blues, pinks and purples. It features The Murder Machine himself standing atop a tank of some sort taking out the … Continue reading Batman: The Murder Machine
The Cover This cover, by Bryan Hitch and Alex Sinclair has a lot of what I like about the current Justice League: Lots of vibrant colour, action, and the suggestion of conflict within! I like the tease that the League will be fighting their future children, in fact that tease is exactly why I picked … Continue reading Justice League Kids? A Look at What May Be.
As far as comics go I've always sort of been more of a Marvel guy. Not that DC has never put out good stuff, but teenage me was always into the X-Men. That, and I've never been a huge Superman fan. Not sure why, but the character never really resonated with me or seemed interesting. … Continue reading A First Foray into Justice: My first ever Justice League comic, #14.