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REVIEW: Justice League #17

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The Source Wall is broken. It’s scary to think about isn’t it? It’s not often when reading superhero comics that I find myself unnerved, but with this new era of Justice League I find myself feeling every more terrified as Synder inches further along in this grand epic of his. Yes Synder is writing big time superhero comics, but his horror roots are very present. Proving once again that cosmic horror is the creepiest kinda horror. As always this review will contain spoilers, so remember to read your comic before reading this review. You have been warned.

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REVIEW: The Green Lantern #4

 

I’ve read superhero comics regularly since May 2006 and one of the first writers I latched onto was Grant Morrison. Talk about a deep dive into the weird right? One of the first rules I’ve learned is that a Grant Morrison comic can always become more absurd. If you thought the first three issues were insane, my friends we’ve only just started. Warning the following review will contain spoilers. You have been warned.

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REVIEW: Justice League Annual #1

 

ENTER THE SOURCE WALL! Without going to much into spoiler territory, if you’ve been reading Justice League since it relaunched last summer, or if you stared during the Dark Knight’s Metal saga then you’re going to want to read this annual. As always, remember to read your comic before reading this review. You have been warned.

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REVIEW: Heroes In Crisis #5

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Here we are ladies and gentlemen, the official halfway point of this very controversial series. While I’ve praised the craft that both Tom King and Clay Mann have put forth, at this current juncture I’m left mixed on the series overall. I can see the story that King wants to convey with the most iconic characters in all of comics, but the cracks in the armor are starting to show just a tad. Perhaps this issue begins to turn the series around for me? 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 #16

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The previous issue of Justice League teased something huge. Now I won’t spoil that for you if you haven’t read it by now, but needless to say that Scott Synder has some major plans for how he wants to shape the DCU. Justice League #15 was only the tip of the iceberg and this issue is a full on crash into said iceberg. 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 #15

 

Listen….can you hear it….The universe is calling out. One factor that I am loving with Scott Synder’s run on Justice League is how massive this story is. Now that isn’t always felt every single issue, but it’s a constant shadowing harrowing over the horizon. It’s catering to the best aspects of not only the Justice League, but the entire DCU. Synder doesn’t want to tell a mundane JL stories, Synder wants to make you expand your universe. Warning the following review will contain spoilers. You have been warned.

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REVIEW: The Green Lantern #3

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NEW YEAR NEW GREEN LANTERN COMICS! 2018 was a great year to be a fan of the Green Lantern Corps. Yes they’re were some endings but all good things must come to and end. Thankfully the end of 2018 promised Green Lantern fans a bold new direction for Hal Jordan with Grant Morrison and Liam Sharp. Even though we only readers had two issues of this new run before 2018 ended, it’s pretty easily to tell that 2019 is going to a mind exploding trip for Green Lantern fans. Warning the following review will contain spoilers. You have been warned.

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REVIEW: Heroes In Crisis #4

 

Twas the day after Christmas, and the DCU was stirring. Because when I think of the holidays, I want to dive deep into the trauma’s of my favorite heroes. Now that we know the identity of who attacked and committed the murders at Sanctuary, Heroes In Crisis is a interesting state. While I’ve had problems with certain narrative choices that Tom King has made, it can be argued of how compelling he’s making this story. So put away your Christmas gifts, it’s time to stuff your stocking with some good ole tragedy. The’re will be spoilers, you’ve been warned.

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