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DC: Mech #5 review

Green Lantern pilots Hal Jordan and John Stewart prepare with Wally West to deliver Apokolips their first offensive blow. As the heroes commit to…

DC: MECH #4 review

Amid the chaos happening in the wider universe, it is always nice when the story can settle down. DC: Mech #4 does it’s best…

Justice League #75 review

Ah, screw it. Spoilers, I suppose. I was going to write a long-winded analogy about something fun I could compare this book to, but…

Justice League #72 review

You know, realistically I should be grateful for this arc. Contrary to what I expected, this was not a continuation of the story told…

Justice League #71 review

When’s the last time you really cared about the Justice League? For me, it was probably 2018, with the conclusion of No Justice shortly following…

Justice League #70 review

Hey all! Nick’s still on vacation, so I’m covering Justice League for him this week! Shouldn’t be too rough, I love the League! Now, let’s…

Justice League #64 review

Alright, that’s it. Justice League and its backup, Justice League Dark, do not belong in the same comic book. Both of these books have their merits…

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…