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Justice League #68 review

You know, there’s nothing quite so existentially horrifying as hittting 23 years of age, and realizing the first thing you have to do is…

Checkmate #3 review

After being blinded by some extremely charming Green Arrow/Question content last issue, I realized this time around that I forgot to ask one very…

Justice League #66 review

If I’m being honest, there’s not much to say this week. The latest issue of Justice League Dark isn’t a slow one, per se…

Checkmate #2 Review

Almost all of my fears have been assuaged. Where Checkmate #1 was a bloated, oddly paced mess of setup and thread-hanging, the sophomore issue of…

Justice League #65 review

This week might have to involve a bit of “phoning it in”, as they say. It’s not that either Justice League or Justice League Dark have…

Justice League #63 review

On the cover for Justice League #63, Black Adam and Naomi are despicted as standing back to back, concerned for their fates as the faces of…

Checkmate #1 review

Checkmate is back! After the events of, well, Event Leviathan, the world is dominated by Mark Shaw, head of the Leviathan terrorist group, and…

Justice League #62 review

Okay. This was bound to happen sooner or later. Justice League has managed to avoid my ire for three generally decent issues, but that…

Justice League #61 review

In many ways, it’s hard to believe we’re only three issues into Brian Michael Bendis’ run of Justice League. I can’t say I’m complaining! Reviewing…