REVIEW: Tales from the Dark Multiverse: Blackest Night #1

Written by Eric Cahill

Out this week is Tales From the Dark Multiverse: Blackest Night, a monstrously named one shot that explores one of those “what if” type scenarios where someone fucks up some major event and cool shit ensues. Usually the world ends, new costumes are designed, and undoubtedly a few adults fondly half remember these as the best stories they read as young adults (Wolverine Lord of the Vampires FTW BTW). And those are great, full stop. Even the worst ones have an immediate hook! Actual consequences can be felt for characters that have had ongoing adventures for a hundred years. Nothing is certain and we can have actual endings! Bleak ones too! {Sigh} Excuse me while I go and dig out some old DC Summer annuals & work on my ‘Citizen Wayne’ cosplay…

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REVIEW: Secrets of Sinister House #1

Written by Eric Cahill

Timed for that sweet, sweet holiday-themed release, ‘Secrets Of Sinister House’ is an anthology of all new stories featuring lots of fun work by very talented people. Some are names you see often and others don’t get a lot of spotlight. Whether it’s worth it depends on your appetite for this type of thing. As expected, most of the stories are one off adventures featuring the characters dealing with some kind of Halloween angled threat.

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REVIEW: Dear Justice League

Written by Eric Cahill

Dear Justice League” is a new graphic novel, part of an increased direct to bookshelf focus DC has with a younger audience in mind. Smart business and this is just the sort of book they should be putting out. The premise is that members of the world famous (but currently not as in vogue) superhero team respond to letters from fans.

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REVIEW: The Green Lantern #6


What happens when Grant Morrison writes himself into one helluva cliffhanger that seems almost impossible to get out of? What happens when you take the dynamic art of Liam Sharp and simplify it? What happens to the reader of a review when they’re bombarded with questions? Lets find out in this review of the latest chapter of The Green Lantern.

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REVIEW: Justice League #20

THE FUTURE IS NOW! I’m pretty sure that’s the title of a DC story line from years past, but that doesn’t have anything to do with this issue of Justice League. Scott Synder continues to push the upper echelon for the Justice League, and the insanity only goes higher with this issue. Warning the following review will contain spoilers. So remember to read your comic before reading this review. You have been warned.

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REVIEW: Justice League #19

It’s a crazy time to be reading the Justice League and that’s a good thing. The pieces of Snyder’s grand story have been set into place and the pieces are about to move. If you’ve been wanting a good jumping on point for Justice League then this issue is the best one you’re going to find for quite sometime. Warning the following review will contain spoilers. So remember to read your comic before reading this review. You have been warned.

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