Best of 2015: Best Covers

You know you shouldn’t judge a book by its cover, but that doesn’t mean you can’t judge the cover on its own merit. Some covers are so excellent that they pack all the drama, excitement and emotion of the whole issue into one succinct image. 1,388 more words

Francis Manapul

Comic Reviews: Justice League and Invincible!


Justice League #46

The grand superhero epic is alive and well in Johns’ Justice League #46, and the wait for this issue was certainly worth it. 766 more words

Comic Book Reviews

Review: Justice League: Darkseid War: Superman #1

Evolving into a God of Strength, Superman has become an angry, violent brute. But what unlikely hero can save him?

There’s now three one-shots out featuring the various characters who have been given God-like powers during “Darkseid War.” Superman was supercharged in Apokolips and is now crackling with energy with a new look that’s black and white. 218 more words


Review: Justice League The Darkseid War-Batman #1 [Spoilers]

Great story concept. Excellent issue. Solid artwork. Frustratingly out of sync with other DC books. Every other week, as the glaring continuity errors between the various DC Comics titles begin to fade, they hit the refresh button on one of DC’s biggest problems. 297 more words

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Happy Tuesday from Nerdist: 

Writer: Peter J. Tomasi
Artist: Fernando Pasarin
Cover Artist: Francis Manapul

“As the Darkseid War rages on, Batman’s role in Gotham City—and the world—alters drastically as he’s forced to accept his new role as a God of Knowledge.”