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Flashpoint Beyond #5 review

Damn it. Alright Flashpoint Beyond, back it up. You had me for a while here, but now you’re really losing me. I can’t in good conscience…

Batman: Killing Time #6 review

This month, Tom King’s latest mini-series wraps up with issue #6 of Batman: Killing Time. With last month’s reveal of Clock King stepping in…

Flashpoint Beyond #0 review

It’s 2011, and DC needs a fresh start. Flashpoint, written by Geoff Johns, is released. This event is a company-wide movement, propelling DC into…

Catwoman #35 review

Despite being a tie-in for the Fear State event, fans of the series should definitely still pick Catwoman #35 up. Ram V’s script does…

Batman: Reptilian #1 review

Batman: Reptilian #1’s dark aesthetic doesn’t match the amount of fun within its pages. Garth Ennis has…mixed views on Batman and his less than…

Catwoman #30 review

Catwoman #30 is a set up issue, but Ram V’s script makes sure to dole out the necessary exposition with ample style. While this…

Batman/Catwoman #4 review

Batman/Catwoman #4 is mean down to the bone. No one, except the villains, likes each other and Tom King’s script offers mass murderers a…