REVIEW: Earth 2 Worlds End #2-#4


Now I know what you’re thinking, and nope I didn’t stop reading World’s End after one issue to never come back again. I instead have made the decision to review the weekly book as a complete month. Given the nature of how a weekly comic works, reviewing each individual chapter would honestly burn me out. I apologize if that disappoints people but this is the only way that I could see myself reviewing a weekly comic book. Enough the that nonsense though it’s time to see how the first month of World’s End was handled by this team of writers and artists.
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REVIEW: Sinestro #6


Man where in the world did October go? I’ll tell you where it went, all this excitement of reading Godhead has made this month seemingly speed up. It seems dear reader that the final issue of act 1 has arrived, this time the focus shifts on everyone’s favorite anti-hero/villain Sinestro. Considering the server beat downs, it makes a reader wonder how Cullen Bunn will wrap up act one. How will the story progress with act 2 right around the corner? Let’s not waste anytime and let’s see how Sinestro fits within the grand scheme of Godhead?
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REVIEW: Red Lanterns #35


The crossover rolls on with the another emotional spectrum book taking the spotlight. Now it’s time to focus on the Red Lanterns who (due to events of Lights Out) have claimed sector 2814 as their territory. Unfortunately for me this one title I don’t keep up with on a regular basis. I apologize if I gleam over anything that seems important. This review will rather see how this book fit’s in the over all scheme of Godhead. So with that being said, what is up with Guy Gardner and his motley crew (not the band) of Red Lanterns are up.
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REVIEW: The Multiveristy: The Just


Well ladies and gentlemen it’s once again time to jump into the bleed, and see where our conductor Grant Morrison takes us this time. If the cover is any indication of what exactly this issue will be about it’s a fun coincidence that this comes out a week after Batgirl making current culture today the focal point. How exactly does the world of superheros mesh with modern culture? Should they treated as separate or does a mesh work for the better? Well let’s see what Morrison has in store for Earth 16!
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REVIEW: Green Lantern New Guardians #35


The crossover rolls on with the focus shifting towards everyone’s favorite White Lantern, Kyle Rayner. Due to Kyle’s incident with the Source Wall and the discovery of the Life Equation in makes complete sense that Kyle will be the focal point for this epic story. Plus given last month’s Futures End tie-in readers have a vague idea of what Kyle’s ultimate fate might be. Will this book continue the theme of Lanterns having their collective tushes kicked by the New Gods? Or will the shift in titles make the tone change as well? Let’s charge up and find out shall we.
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REVIEW: Earth 2 #27

One might think that with a weekly book dedicated to Earth 2 one might think that this book is a bit a redundant now. Well that’s neither here nor there and it’s all about what’s inside the book that matters. So have ever meet a family member once and then never again? Only for them to show up years later in a odd situation? Well that’s the the theme for this issue of Earth 2, and the nature of what it means to have a family during times of crisis.
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  • Green Lantern Corps #35

    Released Oct. 8th

  • Green Lantern #35

    Released Oct. 1st

  • New Gods Godhead #1

    Released Oct. 1st

  • Sinestro: Future's End #1

    Released Sept. 24th

  • Green Lantern: New Guardians #35

    Shipping Oct. 15th

  • Red Lanterns #35

    Shipping Oct. 22nd

  • Sinestro #6

    Shipping Oct. 29th

  • Green Lantern #36

    Shipping Nov. 5th

Releases updated Oct. 8, 2014