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Review: Batman And Robin Eternal #1

Review: Batman And Robin Eternal #1

October 13th, 2015 | by Chris Barnes

DC's newest Batman title "Batman and Robin Eternal" is here, and our Lead Batman Writer Chris Barnes is here with everything you need to know. Hold on to your masks Dick Grayson fans, DC Comics has launched their new weekly title, Batman and Robin Eternal;...

Review: Action Comics #45

Review: Action Comics #45

October 10th, 2015 | by Kyle King

DC Comics' Truth storyline has concluded by connecting the series' various villains in a shared plot. Superman began striking back at the evil conspiracy in the opening chapter of Justice this week, and our Man of Steel writer, Kyle King, has a review. Action Comics...

Review: Grayson Annual #2

Review: Grayson Annual #2

October 7th, 2015 | by Kyle King

In DC Comics' Grayson Annual #2, the original Robin and former Nightwing now turned undercover super spy  teams up with Superman in the two heroes' first meeting since the events of Truth. In an effort to cover all comics pertaining to the Man of Steel, our...

Review: American Vampire 2nd Cycle #10

Review: American Vampire 2nd Cycle #10

October 4th, 2015 | by AJ DeMare

Vampires in space. Need I say more? Scott Snyder’s American Vampire epic from Vertigo Comics is still chugging along, and it’s great to be along for the ride. Read more here in our ComiConverse review. American Vampire has seemed to fall off the radar for...

Review: Batgirl #44

Review: Batgirl #44

October 2nd, 2015 | by Becca Tyrrell

Things are really heating up for Barbara Gordon a.k.a. Batgirl as she tries to balance planning a wedding, being a good friend and roommate, and the possibility of new romance -  all the while trying to keep Burnside safe from a new villain and her trained...

Review: American Vampire 2nd Cycle #10

Review: American Vampire 2nd Cycle #10

October 1st, 2015 | by Max Silver

Our Max Silver is here with with his review of American Vampire Second Cycle Vertigo Comics, right here on ComiConverse. The penultimate chapter of Scott Snyder and Rafael Albuquerque's Dark Moon arc is here. So does it fly high or burn up on entry? American Vampire #10 unfortunately...

Review: Superman #44

Review: Superman #44

October 1st, 2015 | by Kyle King

DC Comics’ ambitious Truth storyline came to a close this week with Superman #44. Our Man of Steel correspondent, T. Kyle King, examines the fourth chapter of Gene Luen Yang’s and John Romita Jr.’s, Before Truth. Lois Lane has revealed Clark Kent’s secret identity to...

Review: Public Relations #1

Review: Public Relations #1

October 1st, 2015 | by Cody Tromler

Public Relations is one of the first books from the newly merged Devil's Due Comics and 1 First Comics and our Cody Tromler is here to tell us all about it. Public Relations is a tale of monsters, magic and marketing, with maybe a little...

Review: Superman/Wonder Woman #21
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Review: Superman/Wonder Woman #21

September 27th, 2015 | by Kyle King

DC Comics’ Truth story arc, in which the Man of Steel must deal with the reduction of his powers and the revelation of his secret identity, moved closer to its conclusion in Superman/Wonder Woman #21. Our Superman Writer, T. Kyle King, examines the fourth and...

Review: Tokyo Ghost #1

Review: Tokyo Ghost #1

September 25th, 2015 | by Cody Tromler

Tokyo Ghost is a smash hit for Image Comics and our Cody Tromler is here to break downy the reasons why. Tokyo Ghost examines one bleak conclusion of our increasingly tech obsessed lifestyles. Taking its lead from other dystopian classics, Tokyo Ghost combines the policing...

Lucky Luke: A Slow On The Draw Review

Lucky Luke: A Slow On The Draw Review

September 25th, 2015 | by Rob Ayers

Our Rob Ayers likes to go back and review older comics and make sure they get the attention they're due. This week, he looks at Lucky Luke in this Slow On The Draw Review. Did you know they have comics in Europe? Weird, right? Once...

Review: Tokyo Ghost #1

Review: Tokyo Ghost #1

September 23rd, 2015 | by Max Silver

Tokyo Ghost from Image Comics is a smash hit and our Max Silver is here to break down all the reasons why in our ComiConverse review. Rick Remender and Sean Murphy's Tokyo Ghost from Image Comics has been my most anticipated comic since it's announcement...

Review: Bizarro #4

Review: Bizarro #4

September 19th, 2015 | by Kyle King

Jimmy Olsen and Bizarro are taking a trip to Canada by way of the Silver Age, and their journey continues in Heath Corson’s and Gustavo Duarte’s Bizarro #4. Our own T. Kyle King is following along, and he writes from the road to review the...

Review: Planet Hulk #5

Review: Planet Hulk #5

September 19th, 2015 | by Scotty Cook

Planet Hulk has been a rip-roaring adventure ride, and our Scotty Cook is here to review the climax to this action-packed Marvel series. Straight Outta Greenland! Planet Hulk #5 hit the shelves this week and it rocked harder than the other four put together. Even...

Review: A-Force #4

Review: A-Force #4

September 17th, 2015 | by Becca Tyrrell

This summer, Secret Wars collapsed every Marvel universe together to form Battleworld, a massive planet comprised of the shreds of the worlds that no longer exist...including Arcadia, a paradise protected by She-Hulk and A-Force. Arcadia is under attack from strange magic and A-Force has discovered...

Review: Action Comics #44
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Review: Action Comics #44

September 17th, 2015 | by Kyle King

DC Comics' Truth storyline moved closer to its conclusion this week with Greg Pak's and Aaron Kuder's Action Comics #44. Our Superman Writer T. Kyle King is here with everything you need to know. Superman, whose powers have been reduced and whose Clark Kent identity...

A Complete Guide To Batman Day 2015

A Complete Guide To Batman Day 2015

September 15th, 2015 | by Max Silver

Batman Day is almost here! September 26th will see Batman fans across the globe wrap themselves in the cape and cowl for one enormous geek-fest. Our Max Silver has your comprehensive guide. My fellow Gothamites, the day is nearly upon us! The day dedicated to...

Review: Batman Arkham Knight

Review: Batman Arkham Knight

September 15th, 2015 | by Chris Barnes

Arkham Knight has arrived and we have a comprehensive review for you here on ComiConverse. Review: Batman Arkham Knight Arkham Knight is the third installment of Rocksteady's Batman franchise (Arkham Origins was done by a different studio) and in so many ways it's bigger and...

Captain America Unmasked: A History

Captain America Unmasked: A History

September 14th, 2015 | by Scotty Cook

Captain America has few fans as knowledgable as our Scotty Cook. Here, Scotty breaks down the history behind one of America's favourite comic characters. As it turns out, we've been here with Cap before. Who will be the next Captain America? This question was asked...

Black Canary: The Most Dangerous Band in the World?

Black Canary: The Most Dangerous Band in the World?

September 9th, 2015 | by Becca Tyrrell

Black Canary is one of DC's most noteworthy heroines, and fans have been excited to see her leading a solo comic this summer. Black Canary #3 just hit shelves last Wednesday; if you haven't started reading this book, you're missing out! With the creative team of Brenden...

Review: Superman/Wonder Woman #20
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Review: Superman/Wonder Woman #20

September 6th, 2015 | by Kyle King

DC Comics' sweeping Truth storyline, centered around the public's discovery of Clark Kent's secret identity, continued in Superman/Wonder Woman #20. The third chapter of Peter J. Tomasi's and Doug Mahnke's Dark Truth epic follows up on an uneven effort in the prior issue with one...

Review: 8House #3

Review: 8House #3

September 6th, 2015 | by Magen Cubed

8House #3 by Image Comics is a fascinating read and our Magen Cubed is here with an equally fascinating review. As a visual medium, comic books have a unique potential for innovative storytelling. This gives writers and artists freedom to play with narrative in interesting,...

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