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REVIEW: HAWKMAN #23 Reminds Us Of What We Can Control

Written by Robert Venditti, with art by Marcio Takara, Fernando Pasarin and Oclair Albert, colors by Jeromy Cox and lettering by Rob Leigh, DC...

HAWKMAN #22 Settles Into the Tropes to Prepare for More

Hawkman #22, written by Robert Venditti, with pencils by Fernando Pasarin, inks by Oclair Albert and Wade Von Grawbadger, colors by Jeromy Cox, and...

SUPERMAN #21 Balances Space Fights with Office Politics

Brian Michael Bendis is making his case with each new issue of Superman for Clark Kent's reveal. In Superman #21, written by Bendis, pencilled...

HAWKMAN #21 Gives the Villain Center Stage to Wreak Havoc

Hawkman #21, written by Robert Venditti, with pencils by Fernando Pasarin, inks by Oclair Albert and Wade Von Grawbadger, colors by Jeromy Cox and...

Review: Clark Is Branded A Political Opportunist In SUPERMAN #20

Clark Kent’s life as a reporter/superhero has become more intertwined than ever since revealing his identity to the public. Within the pages of SUPERMAN...

SUPERMAN #19: “I’ll Take a Superman Story with Everything on It”

DC Comics' Superman #19, written by Brian Michael Bendis, with pencils by Ivan Reis, inks by Joe Prado, Danny Miki, Julio Ferreira and Oclair...

Review: The House Of El Comes Together In SUPERMAN #11

Since witnessing Jon returning from space seven years older, Clark Kent has undergone tremendous emotional pain. He's failed to be there for his son...

Hal Jordan & the Green Lantern Corps #47 Review: Guy verses Arkillo Round 2

HAL JORDAN AND THE GREEN LANTERN CORPS written by Robert Venditti, pencils by Fernando Pasarin, inks by Oclair Albert & Eber Ferreira, colors by Jason Wright, and letters by Dave Sharpe enlightens our shelves with some amazing art this week while Hal Jordan, Guy Gardner, and Kyle Rayner escape their own personal prisons with some helpful friends.