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Last Week's Comics #7

Well, I missed last week out on writing up the previous week’s round-up, which is too bad because I had a lot of books to ramble about, including some new titles that I really enjoyed. 573 more words


Reviewer’s End: Batgirl

This month I’m reviewing all the DC titles with a “future’s end” banner. All their regular titles are jumping five years into the future this September, telling the story of how the book CURRENTLY stands to finish. 585 more words

DC Comics

The Spider And The Girl

Okay, I somehow feel I have to weigh in on the Spider-Woman #1 cover thing, and the whole explosion of late about women in traditionally geeky genres. 761 more words


Coming in December from Dynamite

Writer: Brandon Jerwa
Art: David T. Cabrera
Cover A Main: David T. Cabrera
FC 32 Pages Teen+ 12/24

It’s the final issue of Dynamite’s Bionic Woman revival! 574 more words

Batgirl: Future's End #1 (DC)

Rating: 3/5 – Stephanie Brown and Cassandra Cain Return in a League of Batgirls.
by ComicSpectrum reviewer Gabe Bustamantez.

It’s September once again. The weather gets a little cooler (in Las Vegas, anyway), Back-To-School is in full effect and for the second time all of DC Comics’ on-going titles are being released as 1-shots with lenticular covers, similar to last years “Villains Month.” This year they are not so much 3D as they show 2 different images when viewed from different angles.  408 more words


Pop Culture Uncovered #1 - ...but does it make phone calls?

Click this to listen in —->Pop Culture Uncovered #1 – …but does it make phone calls?

We closed The Next Issue with a double sized episode and we open Pop Culture Uncovered with a double sized episode! 98 more words


Review: Batgirl: Futures End #1

Generally speaking I tend to avoid company-wide crossovers. Readers of comics will not be surprised at my reasons – the need to buy more comics than usual, most of which are uninteresting to me; the loss of continuity in the monthly title; and the general poor execution of the stories themselves where the sum is lesser than its parts. 439 more words