Collects WONDER WOMAN #13, 15, 17, 19, 21, 23, 25. This arc clears up the fog of illusions that has Diana in a straitjacket. "The Truth" is revealed. Etta Candy, Barbara Minerva, and Steve Trevor find themselves feeling powerless to restore Diana to the Wonder Woman they know and rely on her to be, so … Continue reading Wonder Woman Vol. 3: The Truth
Greg Rucka has delivered a Rebirth of Wonder Woman and Themyscira/Paradise Island that I can get onboard with.
I am absolutely overjoyed to have found Wynonna Earp. Beau Smith has crafted her with an adorable penchant for property destruction and nose-breaking.
It is the prequel to Jupiter's Legacy and chronicles the lives and times of the Legacy's kids Superhero parents, circa 1959. The plot is well laid and takes care to delve into the personal and hero lives of the characters and their membership in their superhero Union.
DayBlack Volume 2, Issue #5 starts with a flash back to Merce's past, before he became a vampire.
Eye-catching title, right? The first, graphic novel sized, 80 page issue of Young Terrorists has more than an attention grabbing title and cover art. The story has explosions, daring escapes, conspiracies, shadow groups, mega-media corporations, and a bombastic Web news reporter (think Glenn Beck) trying to link up all the details into a more honest … Continue reading Young Terrorists #1 – Pizzolo
The new series begins with a mission in Russia that features two red-hot Batman villains: Harley Quinn and Joker’s Daughter, plus Deadshot, Deathstroke the Terminator, Black Manta and more! Collects NEW SUICIDE SQUAD #1-8. -dccomics.com Artists: Tom Derenick [@TDerenick], Jeremy Roberts [jprart], and various others Writer: Sean Ryan [@seanryanxv] Before reading this, I knew hardly … Continue reading New Suicide Squad Vol. 1: Pure Insanity
I love Vera (Alabama), she is adorable and tougher than the Iron Curtain at the same time. The art this issue continues to be amazing. Vera fails and then succeeds with cooking eggs for Lew, all while getting in some core work. I can do that... ****Very slight spoiler, beware...**** She kicks ass and has … Continue reading Red One #2
In her cover identity "Alabama Jones," Vera must find a day job that conceals her true mission—to do the Kremlin's bidding when the USSR needs her... as RED ONE!
I was most excited about The Question #1 coming up in the Convergence stew of the DC Universe. Issue #1 was solid and we see Renee Montoya looking comfortingly familiar and without the "Mark of Cain" on her forehead. Good deal. Greg Rucka did an interview with the good folks of comicbook.com. One question (lol, smh) … Continue reading Convergence: The Question #1
As a #WonderWoman fan I avoided this title. When I went to pick up comics in the DC section at FirstAid Comics, I tried to avoid looking in the area I knew it was in. I assumed it would at best disappoint me and at worse, upset me like Batwoman after issue #24. One of … Continue reading POWER COUPLE
This is a re-print from Image Comics and one of the first things you will notice about this graphic novel is that the art is done by Charlie Adlard (@CharlieAdlard) , artist of The Walking Dead, and that the technique of the art is a high-end style charcoal/chalk on grey paper. Adlard's art "style" is … Continue reading WHITE DEATH
Kevin Wada's cover art is incredible. The interiors and story arc were a bit powder puff in the first 4 issues, but still great. Ron Wimberly’s unapologetic and in-your-face angles take over in issue #5, but the story also picks up and Wimberly’s frames keep up nicely. Jennifer Walters frequently has some pretty awesome friends … Continue reading She-Hulk vol. 1