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Review: Trinity #8

Review: Trinity #8

April 22nd, 2017 | by Kyle King

Trinity #8, featuring a script by Cullen Bunn and pencils by Emanuela Lupacchino, tied the team title into DC Comics’ ongoing examination of the aftereffects of Superman: Reborn. The Metropolis Marvel confides in the Amazing Amazon and the Caped Crusader at the Fortress of Solitude...

Review: Batman 21

Review: Batman 21

April 21st, 2017 | by Abel Loza

Batman and the Flash, two of DC best known heroes and best detectives, are teaming up to finally try to figure out the mystery of the bloody smiley button. We are finally going to get some answers to some questions we have all been wanted...

Review: Action Comics #976

Review: Action Comics #976

March 25th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Action Comics #976 arrived this week, completing the Superman: Reborn story arc with a bang. The fourth and final chapter of the earth-shaking epic was written by Dan Jurgens and drawn by Doug Mahnke. ComiConverse’s Superman reviewer, T. Kyle King, is here to assess the hugely...

Review: Superman #19

Review: Superman #19

March 16th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Superman #19 hit the stands on Wednesday, bringing fans the third installment of the Superman: Reborn crossover. The follow-up to Action Comics #975 began at the point at which Superman #18 ended and intersected with the events of Superwoman #8. ComiConverse’s Man of Steel reviewer,...

Where Does Watchmen Fit Into The Rebirth DC Universe?

Where Does Watchmen Fit Into The Rebirth DC Universe?

March 12th, 2017 | by Kyle King

These are exciting times to be a DC Comics fan. The publisher’s Rebirth relaunch has been a stunning success, and the promises of Geoff Johns’s DC Universe: Rebirth #1 are starting to come to fruition, with Superman: Reborn underway and The Button forthcoming next month....

Review: Superman #18

Review: Superman #18

March 4th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Superman #18 saw the light of day on Wednesday, beginning the highly anticipated Superman: Reborn crossover. The storyline’s first installment was written by Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason, the latter of whom also pencilled the issue. ComiConverse’s Man of Steel reporter, T. Kyle King,...

Review: Trinity #5
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Review: Trinity #5

January 22nd, 2017 | by Kyle King

Trinity #5 arrived in readers’ hands last Wednesday, continuing the series’ opening Better Together arc with a tale called Deliver Your Children. The latest issue was the handiwork of Steve Wands, who did the lettering, and Francis Manapul, who did everything else. ComiConverse contributor T....

Review: Superman #14
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Review: Superman #14

January 8th, 2017 | by Kyle King

Superman #14, which arrived last Wednesday, opened the Multiplicity arc for the Man of Steel. Artists Ivan Reis and Joe Prado joined storytellers Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason for a multiverse-spanning adventure, and ComiConverse’s Clark Kent correspondent, T. Kyle King, brings you this review...

Review: Superman #8
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Review: Superman #8

October 8th, 2016 | by Kyle King

Superman #8 began the latest story arc for the pre-Flashpoint Man of Steel and his son, the new Superboy. In the opening chapter of Escape from Dinosaur Island, co-authors Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason teamed up with penciller Doug Mahnke for an adventure inspired...

Review: New Super-Man #3

Review: New Super-Man #3

September 17th, 2016 | by Kyle King

New Super-Man #3 hit the stands last week, and the third chapter of writer Gene Luen Yang’s and penciller Viktor Bogdanovic’s Made in China brought readers deeper into the world of Kenan Kong, the Shanghai teen who is struggling to come to grips with his...

DCEU: How to Fix the DC Extended Universe
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DCEU: How to Fix the DC Extended Universe

September 1st, 2016 | by Dusty Haynes

The DCEU continues to expand and draw furious debate from fans who have no end of advice for Zach Snyder and those steering the Warner Bros. ship. Here, our own Dusty Haynes lays out his case for how the DCEU can be strengthened going forward....

Review: Action Comics #961

Review: Action Comics #961

August 13th, 2016 | by Kyle King

Action Comics #961 is here! Writer Dan Jurgens, joined for this edition by penciller Stephen Segovia, brings readers the fifth chapter of Path of Doom and brings more adventurers into the mix. ComiConverses’s Superman reviewer, T. Kyle King, brings you his thoughts on the newest...

DC Comics: A Legacy Of Film Success?
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DC Comics: A Legacy Of Film Success?

August 4th, 2016 | by ComiConverse

DC Comics characters have become some of the biggest movie icons in box office history. Here, in the newest addition to our infographics section, we ask you do decide whether the overall record is one of success or failure. DC Comics saw their beloved characters...

Review: Action Comics #959

Review: Action Comics #959

July 17th, 2016 | by Kyle King

Action Comics #959 arrived in stores last Wednesday. Together with artist Tyler Kirkham, writer Dan Jurgens brought Rebirth readers Path of Doom — Part Three, which continued Superman’s and Lex Luthor’s battle with Doomsday. T. Kyle King, ComiConverse’s Man of Steel reviewer, shares his thoughts...

Review: DC Universe: Rebirth #1
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Review: DC Universe: Rebirth #1

May 29th, 2016 | by Kyle King

DC Universe: Rebirth #1 was released on Wednesday, signaling the start of a significant shift in the continuity of the DC Universe, even if the publisher insists it is not a reboot. ComiConverse’s Superman writer, T. Kyle King, takes a look at the 80-page giant...

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...

Review: C.O.W.L #1: Principles of Power
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Review: C.O.W.L #1: Principles of Power

June 7th, 2015 | by Nicholas Bennett

C.O.W.L’s first issue makes for interesting reading. Published by Image Comics, the Chicago Organized Workers League, hereafter referred to as C.O.W.L, is a post-World War II Cold War era political thriller set in 1962 Chicago that tells the story of a group of super-powered agents...

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