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Detective Comics #1066 review

This month we return to Detective Comics as it picks up in another movement–strain–scene? Of Gotham Overture, this time titled: Something in the Way….

Flashpoint Beyond #6 review

In the last chapter of Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons’ seminal Watchmen, there is one final conversation between two of its main characters: Ozymandias,…

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…

Flashpoint Beyond #4 review

Flashpoint Beyond has earned enough goodwill for me to forgive the occasional misstep. I wouldn’t say this is a bad issue, but it deviated…

Flashpoint Beyond #3 review

[Review is currently without visual aid; images will be added as soon as possible.] “The plot thickens!” If you think about it, the phrase…

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…