Review-a-day: Detective Comics #40

With three issues behind us, this month Brian Buccellato and Francis Manapul bring Anarky’s New 52 debut to its conclusion. In the end, is this story and epic? 31 more words

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Detective Comics 40

Today, Mark and Michael are discussing Detective Comics 40, originally released March 4th, 2015.

Mark: On a week to week basis, comic books are junk food. 1,687 more words

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The Flash Was a Lot More Fun the Second Time I Read It

Some time ago, I kinda panned several comic books for selfish and silly reasons.  With regards to The Flash, I called the first book generic.  I called the Flash boring.   572 more words


Review-a-day: Detective Comics #39

Anarky continues to rule in the streets of Gotham City and things are looking anything but up for our Caped Crusader. But in this the penultimate issue of this arc, are there answers to be found, or will Brian Buccellato and Francis Manapul only give us more questions? 29 more words

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Magic City Comic Con 2015

An affiliate to Florida Supercon, Magic City Comic Con kicked off its inaugural events January 16th, 2015 at the Miami Airport Convention Center. Featured guest appearances included Karen Gillan (Dr. 164 more words


Detective Comics #38

(Francis Manapul / Brian Buccellato / DC Comics)

After battling inconsistency since the New 52 relaunch, Detective Comics has finally found its footing under the guidance of collaborators Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato. 196 more words


Review-a-day: Detective Comics #38

Anarky reigns in the streets of Gotham city. Which isn’t actually anything all that unusual, right? It is Gotham after all. What’s one more masked madman creating chaos for Batman to deal with? 32 more words

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