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REVIEW: STRANGE ADVENTURES #6 Comes Back to Its Characters

DC Comics' Strange Adventures has been an incredibly strong series. Most of my reviews thus far have given it a 5/5 on all fronts. But Strange Adventures...

Review: LEGION OF SUPERHEROES #9 – Looming Threats and New Love Interests

On September 29, DC Comics released Legion of Superheroes #9. Writer Brian Michael Bendis, colorist Jordie Bellaire, and letterer Dave Sharpe are joined by a plethora...

REVIEW: STRANGE ADVENTURES #5 Focuses off the Page

Written by Tom King, with art by Mitch Gerads and Evan "Doc" Shaner, and letters by Clayton Cowles, DC Comics' Strange Adventures #5 begins to...

Review: STRANGE ADVENTURES #4 — Boring Truths vs Entertaining Lies

I hesitate to call DC Comics' Strange Adventures #4 boring. That obviously has some negative implications, which aren't true of this issue. It is boring...

STRANGE ADVENTURES #3: Things Get Cut-Throat and Political

There's a beautiful rhythm to DC Comics' Strange Adventures. Like watching a tennis match, the issues play off of one another. Writer Tom King, artists...

STRANGE ADVENTURES #2: A Little Less Strange, A Lot More Terrific

There's so much to be said for DC Comics' Strange Adventures. Like so much of writer Tom King's other works, this story is willing...

STRANGE ADVENTURES #1 Gives Us Two Stories for the Price of One

Writer Tom King and artist Mitch Gerads are back! This time, they're working with artist Evan "Doc" Shaner. Or are they? The King and...

Review: HEROES IN CRISIS #8 and the Confession of a Killer

Tom King and company has baited readers since September of 2018 with the clues and misdirection that fill the pages of Heroes in Crisis....

Review: HEROES IN CRISIS #6 Reveals Who Attacked Sanctuary

After a revealing twist and Clark Kent’s epic speech in the last issue’s end, Heroes in Crisis #6 opts to take a slower, more...