• DC PUBWATCH – End of Year Edition

    DC PUBWATCH – End of Year Edition0

    Happy holidays from the DC Pubwatch! As we reach the end of the year, I want to reminisce a little bit. Over the course of the year DC published 729 books, of which I gave an overwhelming majority A’s or B’s. For the most part, other than a few books that missed the mark, it

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  • Young Justice #5: Repressed Memories and Kryptonite

    Young Justice #5: Repressed Memories and Kryptonite0

    Young Justice #5 Brian Michael Bendis (Writer), Kris Anka (Artist), Wes Abbott (Letters), Alejandro Sanchez (Colours), Evan ‘Doc’ Shaner (Artist), John Timms (Artist) DC Comics 1 May, 2019 Young Justice may have freed themselves from Dark Lord Opal’s prison, but that doesn’t mean the Gemworld villain will let them get away that easily. Scarcely minutes

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  • Young Justice #1 Review: Great Fun But Where’s Superboy?

    Young Justice #1 Review: Great Fun But Where’s Superboy?0

    Young Justice #1 Brian Michael Bendis (Writer), Patrick Gleason (Artist), Alejandro Sanchez (Colours), DC Lettering (Letters) DC Comics 9 January 2019 Gemworld has, for years, been affected by the tide of events afflicting Earth. But the denizens of the blue marble are unaware of this, blissfully living their lives while Gemworld suffers. The rulers of

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  • DC PUBWATCH – October Edition

    DC PUBWATCH – October Edition0

    The biggest news this month came out of New York Comic Con, where Brian Michael Bendis announced his new imprint “Wonder Comics.” The imprint is focused on the teenage heroes of the DC Universe, and headlining that announcement was the returns of Bart Allen, Tim Drake, Cassie Sandsmark, and Conner Kent as an updated Young

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  • So, Why Don’t We Have a Robin Movie?: Teen Sidekicks and the Relegation to Relation

    So, Why Don’t We Have a Robin Movie?: Teen Sidekicks and the Relegation to Relation0

    Underneath the butt jokes and ‘80s flashbacks (and more butt jokes), Teen Titans Go! To the Movies poses a valid and complex question: Why don’t we have a Robin movie? Robin (the Dick Grayson iteration) was introduced before Wonder Woman, Captain America, and a host of other superheroes who have been given their own films.

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  • Archie Meets Batman ’66 #2: Villainy is Afoot

    Archie Meets Batman ’66 #2: Villainy is Afoot0

    Archie Meets Batman ’66 #2 Michael Moreci (Writer), Jeff Parker (Writer), Dan Parent (Artist), J. Bone (Artist), Kelly Fitzpatrick (Colours), Jack Morelli (Letters) Archie Comics and DC Entertainment 15 August, 2018 Veronica Lodge’s panicked call from Riverdale spurs Batman into action in Gotham City. But even the world’s greatest detective must concede that Riverdale is

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