• Supergirl: Friend to Those Who Need It Most

    Supergirl: Friend to Those Who Need It Most0

    Supergirl #19 Steve Orlando and Vita Ayala (writers), Jamal Campbell (artist), Carlos M. Mangual (letterer), Jorge Jimenez with Alejandro Sanchez (cover) DC Comics March 14, 2018 Supergirl has been my favorite character in comics for almost as long as I’ve been reading them. She means the world to me, and she is what drives me

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  • Rebirth Roundup: Everything From December 13

    Rebirth Roundup: Everything From December 130

    This week sees two legendary artists returning to the characters they cut their teeth on, one of which was a complete surprise. We are also halfway through James Robinson’s Wonder Woman run, thankfully; and near the end of Superwoman, less thankfully. Rebirth Royalty this week goes to the surprising return of my favorite Superman writer

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  • Rebirth Roundup: Everything From September 13

    Rebirth Roundup: Everything From September 130

    For DC, this was a real hit or miss week. The issues that worked really worked, and the issues that didn’t just kind of felt there. A lot of the best stuff this week took more time to read than usual, because they were so packed with things to pick apart. It was honestly hard

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  • Rebirth Roundup: Everything From August 30

    Rebirth Roundup: Everything From August 300

    Welcome back to Rebirth Roundup. We have reached what is known in the comics industry as the dreaded “Fifth Week”; comics publishing typically operates on a four week schedule, with books shipping the same week every month. When a month has five Wednesdays though, like this one, we get a week where they don’t have

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  • Rebirth Round Up: August 9

    Rebirth Round Up: August 90

    Welcome to the first Rebirth Roundup! Here I’ll do quick reviews of most DC Comics published books. I’m not entirely caught up on everything, but am working on that front, so some titles are not included yet. But as soon as I can I’ll be reviewing everything, right here, every week. That said, there will

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  • Previously on Comics: San Diego Comic Con and More

    Previously on Comics: San Diego Comic Con and More0

    • July 24, 2017

    It’s nearly the end of July, dear readers, and that means San Diego Comic Con just ended. With a bucketload of trailers and some announcements from Comic Con, the windfall of comic news hit the world like She-Hulk slamming Titania with the green fist of grace. So let’s dive right in, as so many heroes

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