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Preview: Green Lanterns #5

Green Lanterns #5

Written by: Sam Humphries
Art by: Ardian Syaf
Covers Robson Rocha
Variant cover by: Emanuela Lupacchino

“Red Planet” part five! Bad goes to worse as Atrocitus, leader of the Red Lanterns, comes to Earth to begin the final stages of his plan to turn Earth into a new central battery for his Corps! 32 more words

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Exclusive Preview: Green Lanterns #5

Green Lanterns #5

Written by: Sam Humphries
Art by: Ardian Syaf
Covers Robson Rocha
Variant cover by: Emanuela Lupacchino

“Red Planet” part five! Bad goes to worse as Atrocitus, leader of the Red Lanterns, comes to Earth to begin the final stages of his plan to turn Earth into a new central battery for his Corps! 32 more words

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Superman 50

Today, Michael and Mark are discussing Superman 50, originally released March 16th, 2016.

Michael: Mark, I’ve had a problem lately — the impending arrival of whatever DC Rebirth shapes up to be has been coloring my read of nearly every DC book. 1,014 more words

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Review Brew: Superman #50

Written By: Gene Luen Yang

Art By: Howard Porter, Ardian Syaf, Patrick Zircher, and Jon Bogdanove

Color Art By: Hi-Fi

As I’ve said many times, while I was reading much of the 50th issues from DC, the one I was looking forward to most was Superman; where we would get to see the new Superman face off with the pre flashpoint Superman. 553 more words

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Clark Kent Undergoes "Kryptonite Chemotherapy" in the Excellent 'Superman' #48

I have had a love/hate relationship with Superman comics since DC Comics dropped the “New 52” branding last summer. Superman #40 (the last issue of  773 more words

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Batgirl, Vol 1: The Darkest Reflection

Spoilers ahead! Sorry! I didn’t feel like separating out the spoilers. Basically, I liked it just a teensy bit less than Batgirl in Burnside but will continue to read this series. 367 more words

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Review: Batman/Superman #26

Superman enlists the help of Batgirl, Redhood, Dick Grayson, and Batman to protect a group of people forced to mine uranium for Vandal Savage. As the story unfold, Vandal’s intentions become more clear and more treacherous. 313 more words

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