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DC Comics Rapid 🔥🔥🔥 Recap For The Week Of August 8, 2018

SUPERMAN IV: THE QUEST FOR PEACE, Dungeons and Dragons, and a multiversal Speedsters Reunion all in this week’s DC Comics Rapid Fire Recap as Batman...

DAREDEVIL #606 Review: Nelson, Murdock and Murdock Attorneys At Law

Hammerhead, doppelgängers; and a new team is formed as Charles Soule kicks off DAREDEVIL #606 by taking the way back machine to the 1960’s...

DARTH VADER #19 Review: Star Wars Is In His “Soule”

The Inquisitors hunt for Jedi as Charles Soule opens his nonstop, action-packed installment of DARTH VADER #19 out this week from Marvel Comics.

DETECTIVE COMICS #986 Review: Bryan Hill Captures Batman’s Voice

Batman's hidden plans, Black Lightning strikes, and Karma’s mind manipulation continue to kick Bruce’s butt in DETECTIVE COMICS #986 as Bryan Hill dives deeper into Karma’s abilities and reveals even more secrets that Batman’s keeping. 

SIDEWAYS #7 Review: Dan DiDio’s Experience Shines

Murder, Frankenstein's monster, and secrets revealed as Kenneth Rocafort and Dan DiDio unleash our hero's first epic adventure in SIDEWAYS #7 with the Seven Soldiers at his side.

HAL JORDAN AND THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS #50 Review: Robert Venditti’s Last Ride

Hal Jordan fights Tomar-Tu, and John Stewart refuses to kill the Darkstars as Robert Venditti wraps up his run with this over-sized anniversary issue...

STAR WARS #52 Review: Jyn Erso’s Memory Lives On

In Star Wars #52, Kieron Gillen gives readers the showdown they’ve wanted since 1977: Solo vs. Vader! Who’s the better pilot and can Han take down...

DEATH OF THE INHUMANS #2 Review: Black Eulogy

In issue one, Donny Cates created a new Kree villain named Vox and destroyed almost every Inhuman across the galaxy, as well as New...

CAPTAIN AMERICA #2 Review: Coates Catches Readers Up

Ta-Nehisi Coates kicks off CAPTAIN AMERICA  #2 with a down an out Steve Rodgers; one that’s ashamed, untrustworthy, and unauthorized to operate for the country he...

COSMIC GHOST RIDER #2 Review: Donny Cates Opens The Toy Box

Last issue of Cosmic Ghost Rider seemed like the most insane comic book imaginable, but writer Donny Cates goes even bigger and crazier in...

IMMORTAL HULK #4 Review: Sasquatch’ya Doing Banner?

Al Ewing ended his outstanding last issue of Immortal Hulk by introducing Walter Langkowski A.K.A. Sasquatch into the story, but why is he searching for Bruce...

GREEN ARROW #43 Review: Citizen’s Arrest

Julia and Shawna Benson kick off their Green Arrow run by introducing a new vigilante to Emerald City; however, a little birdie told me...