Futures End #48 review

Does anyone want my issues of Futures End? I have the entire series. They are well-read and kind of worn from the many hours I’ve spent flipping back and forth between issues, looking for…

Futures End #47 review

This issue was trippy. This is the second-to-last issue of Futures End, so one would —and should!— expect a comic that is firing on all cylinders, but this issue is not. It’s rife with…

Futures End #46 review

Futures End is fast approaching its own end with only two more issues left. Judging from the pace of this issue and its contents, I’m having a hard time believing that there will…

Futures End # 45 review

After the semi-dramatic resolve of the threat from Brainiac, this issue picks up on several other story lines that many of us are sure to have forgotten about. Frankenstein and Amethyst have…

Futures End #44 review

Futures End is really surprising me. There’s been a ton of build-up leading toward both the Brother Eye and Brainiac story lines, and this issue offers an interesting clash between these two “big…

Futures End #43 review

The quickening of pace during the past several issues of Futures End has been enjoyable. Seeing Brainiac land in New York, Superman return to the world, and Bruce becoming more involved has made the…

Futures End #42 review

I have to admit it: this review is nearly a week late. What makes it so bad is that it’s coming at a time when Futures End is actually offering some legitimate, heavy-hitting action….

Futures End #41 review

I was fully prepared for the usual Futures End protocol of bombing horribly after a good issue like last week. I’m happy to be wrong in my prejudgment; this issue was actually fairly…

Futures End #40 review

Lordy Lordy! Look who’s 40! It’s Futures End of course! We’re a hefty 40 issues deep (41 if you count the zero issue) and the story is ramping up hard in this issue. If there’s…

Futures End #39 review

King Kong attacks! Not really. Allow me to paint the picture for what exactly this issue is. Imagine a movie scene. It is three minutes to midnight. The living room of a…