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Review: Batman #24

Review: Batman #24

July 23rd, 2017 | by Abel Loza

Right as The Wart of Jokes and Riddles is staring to ramp up, Tom King throws a curve ball and gave us The Ballad of Kite Man in Batman #27. In this issue, we explore the backstory of how the now famous Kite Man, also...

Review: Victor LaValle’s Destroyer #3

Review: Victor LaValle’s Destroyer #3

July 23rd, 2017 | by Darryll Robson

The Frankenstein retelling from Victor LaValle and Boom Studios! reaches its central point with issue 3. Our contributor, Darryll Robson, takes a look at the comic to see how far it has come and how it is holding up. Review: Victor LaValle’s Destroyer #3 Flashbacks,...

Review: New Super-Man #13

Review: New Super-Man #13

July 22nd, 2017 | by Kyle King

New Super-Man #13, despite picking up where the previous issue left off, served as the start of a new story arc. Writer Gene Luen Yang and penciller Billy Tan joined forces for the team-up tale of Shanghai Under Siege — Part One, and ComiConverse contributor...

Review: Supergirl: Being Super #4

Review: Supergirl: Being Super #4

July 15th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Supergirl: Being Super #4 recently concluded the prestige format miniseries re-imagining Kara Danvers’s origin story. Writer Mariko Tamaki and artist Joelle Jones topped an all-female masthead for the final installment, an emphatic ending entitled Who I Am. ComiConverse’s Kryptonian correspondent, T. Kyle King, offers his...

Review: Superman #26

Review: Superman #26

July 13th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Superman #26 featured a brief break following the events of Black Dawn. Writer Michael Moreci and artist Scott Godlewski teamed up to bring readers the father-son tale Brains vs. Brawn, which highlighted the relationship between Clark Kent and both Jonathan Kents. ComiConverse contributor T. Kyle...

Review: Batman 26

Review: Batman 26

July 9th, 2017 | by Abel Loza

The battle lines have been drawn in Batman #26 as Batman’s Rogues Gallery has been split down the middle by the feud that is brewing between the Joker and the Riddler. This has caused a villain “Civil War” in the Batman universe, which is leaving...

Review: Batman #25

Review: Batman #25

June 29th, 2017 | by Abel Loza

The next, great Batman story arc from writer Tom King, The War of Jokes and Riddles, starts in Batman #25. This issue acts as a prelude and sets up the new story that will undoubtedly be one for the ages. The Joker and Riddler make...

Review: Trinity #10

Review: Trinity #10

June 25th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Trinity #10 continued Batman’s, Superman’s, and Wonder Woman’s odyssey through the disabled and infected Justice League Watchtower in Dead Space — Part 2. The multitalented Francis Manapul provided the story, art, colors, and cover of the latest issue, which ComiConverse writer T. Kyle King is...

5 Steps to Navigate the World of Comic Books

5 Steps to Navigate the World of Comic Books

June 24th, 2017 | by Davis McCondichie

When someone first walks into a comic book shop, it can be overwhelming. Our Davis McCondichie has some ideas to ease you in to one of the world's great hobbies. 5 Steps to Navigate the World of Comic Books Walls are decorated floor-to-ceiling with superheroes...

Review: Super Sons #5

Review: Super Sons #5

June 23rd, 2017 | by Kyle King

Super Sons #5 followed up on Jonathan Kent’s and Damian Wayne’s initial adventure together with a tale focused on the aftermath of Robin’s and Superboy’s clash with Kid Amazo. Regular series writer Peter J. Tomasi was joined by artist Alisson Borges for Battle in the...

Looking Back At Batman #1: The Court of Owls

Looking Back At Batman #1: The Court of Owls

June 18th, 2017 | by Jeffrey Hull

Batman: The Court of Owls has now become one of the most memorable Batman arcs to emerge from DC Comics in modern times. Its themes and plot points have made their way to the small screen on Gotham. The real accomplishment of the arc, however,...

Review: Supergirl #10

Review: Supergirl #10

June 17th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Supergirl #10 continued the exciting Escape from the Phantom Zone adventure, in which Kara Zor-El, Barbara Gordon, and Ben Rubel are trapped in the Kryptonian netherworld. Writer Steve Orlando and artist Brian Ching teamed up to bring readers an action-packed Supergirl/Batgirl pairing, which ComiConverse Krypton...

Review: Superwoman #11

Review: Superwoman #11

June 17th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Superwoman #11, written by K. Perkins and pencilled by Jose Luis, brought readers the second installment of the Rediscovery story arc. Lana Lang looks to right a grievous wrong suffered by the Irons family in the latest issue, which ComiConverse contributor T. Kyle King is...

Review: Action Comics #981

Review: Action Comics #981

June 16th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Action Comics #981 — sporting a cover that featured a clever homage — delivered the third chapter of the Revenge story arc. Written by Dan Jurgens with artwork by Jack Herbert, the latest issue brought General Zod into the mix. ComiConverse contributor T. Kyle King...

Review: New Super-Man #12

Review: New Super-Man #12

June 16th, 2017 | by Kyle King

New Super-Man #12 furthered the series’ Zero Ultimatum storyline in an installment scripted by Gene Luen Yang and pencilled by Billy Tan. Kong Kenan, Peng Deilan, and the Justice League of China confront Super-Man Zero and Sorcerer Monk Fahai in another jam-packed issue, which ComiConverse contributor...

Review: Batman 24

Review: Batman 24

June 12th, 2017 | by Abel Loza

Batman #24 is perhaps  one of the most shocking Batman issues in recent memory. It dropped a huge bombshell on all Batman fans, as Bruce did something none of us thought would ever happen - He proposed. In what is easily becoming one of the...

Review: Superman #24

Review: Superman #24

June 11th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Superman #24 followed up on the previous issue’s shocking revelation of the mastermind behind events in Hamilton County with the fifth chapter of Black Dawn. Patrick Gleason shared the story credit with Peter J. Tomasi and the pencilling chores with Doug Mahnke in this eye-opening...

Comics Versus Movies: Who’s Influencing Who?

Comics Versus Movies: Who’s Influencing Who?

June 4th, 2017 | by Mitch Nissen

The influence of comic books on film, in today’s world, is undeniable. But these movies carry a bit of influence of their own. Marvel and DC for years have been changing their comics and characters to reflect the movies in subtle and sometimes not so...

Review: Trinity Annual #1

Review: Trinity Annual #1

June 4th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Trinity Annual #1, released last week, was the lone Superbook to hit the stands on the final day of a month featuring five Wednesdays. Writer Rob Williams and artist Guillem March teamed up to produce Tied Together, the belated continuation of the Pandora Pits storyline....

DC Comics: What You Need To Know About The Button

DC Comics: What You Need To Know About The Button

May 30th, 2017 | by Abel Loza

  The Button has been a really exciting and fun read thus far, and with only issue left we will finally learn who was behind the manipulation of time and space in the DC Universe. Tom King and Joshua Williamson have been able to write...

Review: Batman 23

Review: Batman 23

May 22nd, 2017 | by Abel Loza

Batman #23 is the first issue after the “I am Bane” storyline and the first after “The Button” crossover and Tom King takes a break from a major storyline to give us a single issue short story. In Batman #23, King pairs up two of...

Review: Super Sons #4

Review: Super Sons #4

May 21st, 2017 | by Kyle King

Super Sons #4 concluded the opening arc of this charming series starring Jonathan (Superboy) Kent and Damian (Robin) Wayne. The winning combination of writer Peter J. Tomasi and artist Jorge Jimenez came together once more to produce Son Day, Bloody Son Day! ComiConverse contributor and...

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