Running this in a same fashion as the last group. Three small reviews (with possible spoilers) for the three comics that work with H’el on Earth; Superboy, Supergirl, Superman.
Tag Archives: relaunch
Review: Legion Lost #2
Legion Lost #1 failed to wow me mostly due to a lack of really setting the stakes, will this do better? The basic answer is: yes.
Review: Deathstroke #2
This should be short for there isn’t much to say on this besides it is one action packed issue!
Review: Green Arrow #2
J.T. Krul and team does a little better with this issue. Only a little better though.
Review: Men of War #2
The first comic I’m looking at is the 2nd issue of one of my favorites of the first wave: Men of War. This did not disappoint me.
Review: Deathstroke #1
The best mercenary in the DC Universe has stuck around through the relaunch, but can he continue to rank in as the best in this new universe?
DCnU Timeline v1
So DC gave us a “relaunch” where bits are the same, others erased, and the general timeline crunched down due to de-aging many (but not all) of the characters. Due to this I at least am very confused on how everything fits in. So with the help of the other bloggers, I’ve decided to piece together a timeline.
Review: Static Shock #1
Review: Men of War #1
With DC’s new 52 comes a title that hasn’t been seen since 1978, and though I never read that 27 issue series I must say I’ve been very intrigued how this new one will be.
Review: Batgirl #1
After last week’s start of the New 52, we now get to take a look at Barbara Gordon stepping back into her role of Batgirl.
Review: Detective Comics #1
Last week Justice League #1 started the all new DC 52 line up. This week 13 new comics join it including Detective Comics #1. I warn you now about possible spoilers.
Why this relaunch could have been done without
We should all know by now that the DC Relaunch is about to take place. In most regards at least, I think this relaunch could and should have been done without. Some of the things could even I will address things in no real order, and maybe add in a few other complaints.
What to Expect: Week 1 of the Relaunch
While lebeau continues to give you a fantastic title-by-title breakdown of the upcoming relaunch, I’m going to take a slightly different take on things. With the full solicits revealed, release dates included, we now have a slightly better idea of what to expect come September. So I’m going to break down the solicits by release date, talk a little bit about what I’m going to get – and what I’m going to skip – and why, so you’ll have an idea of what some of the books that will definitely see coverage here will be… and which of your favorites you can heartily mock me for skipping.
So, with that brief introduction, on to week one of the solicits, otherwise known as… September 7th.