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Batwoman 2 - 4

Batwoman (Volume 2) #2
Written by Marguerite Bennett and James Tynion IV
Art by Steve Epting

This was another underwhelming issue of Batwoman after the first one did not really excite me I could not find this exciting either.

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A Cup Tea & A Few Comics Issue Three: The Marvels Project

In what may or may not become a new feature – although with this being the second post under that tagline, it’s looking more likely that it will be – I decided to make a cup of tea (PG Tips again) and sit down and read a comic or two whilst I drank said cuppa. 442 more words

Review: Batwoman #3

Three issues into the first arc of Batwoman and just like the series previous issues, the third is pure fire. Each issue of this arc, so far, manages to build upon the previous issue and serve as a standalone issue worthy of praise on its own. 495 more words

Preview: Batwoman #4

Batwoman #4

(W) Marguerite Bennett, James Tynion IV (A/CA) Steve Epting
RATED T+
In Shops: Jun 21, 2017
SRP: $3.99

“The Many Arms Of Death” finale! 98 more words

Short Cuts 20: Low Vol. 3 - Shore Of The Dying Light; Tokyo Ghost Volume Two - Come Join Us; Hit - 1957; Velvet Vol. 3 - The Man Who Stole the World; Black Science Vol. 4 - Godworld 

Low Vol. 3: Shore Of The Dying Light
Rick Remender, writer; Greg Tocchini, artist; Dave McCaig, colorist
Image Comics, 2016

Stel Caine finally achieves her dream: she rises to the surface of the Earth, the first human to do so in thousands of years. 856 more words

Image Comics

X-Men Unlimited #11 - Roseph!

I’m using my twitter a bit more and more (@psychodadcomics) so you can follow me there as I pick up new issues.

Let’s see…what’s new in geekdom?   1,191 more words

X-men

Comic Review: Velvet Volume 3

The third and final volume of the Velvet series, ‘The Man Who Stole the World’ is a fitting and satisfying conclusion to this Cold War thriller.   211 more words

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