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Batman & Robin Adventures Volume 1 Review

It’s time for some more Batman adventures! Robin gets to be a main character throughout this time which is certainly cool with me. He adds some witty banter to the dynamic and is the only Robin who grew up with Batman for this long so he can call the Dark Knight out if he disagrees with him. 1,480 more words


Darth Vader Vol. 1: Vader

Publisher: Marvel
Released: October 20th 2015
Received: Marvel Unlimited
Issues: Darth Vader 1-6

This week I finally caved and started reading through Darth Vader (courtesy of Marvel Unlimited: the biggest supporter for comic binge reading). 412 more words


Review: "Royal City" #1-5 By Jeff Lemire

“The older I get, the less I feel that there is any place for me here.”
–Peter Pike, “Royal City”

Jeff Lemire (Essex County…

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The Backstagers, Volume 1

The Backstagers, in a word, sparkles.

First off, accolades. This inclusive comic, featuring an ensemble cast across the racial and LGBTQ spectrums, was honored last month at the inaugural Prism Awards celebrating LGBTQ comics. 532 more words


Throwback Thursday: Secret Wars

*Throwback Thursdays exist to spotlight older books worth reading (or not, depending). The books featured will always be at least a year old, if not more. 556 more words


Review: "Dark Nights: Metal" #1

And so here we are at the start another “universe-shaking” multi-issue comic book event that will Change Everything As We Know It. Does Dark Nights: Metal… 862 more words