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Review: Aquaman #23

With all of the craziness going on at DC these days (Bat-Fleck and Trinity War), Aquaman’s become a bit of a sleeper hit in the Geoff Johns ...
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Bullet Reviews 122

Bullet Reviews #122

It's Tuesday and that means it time for Bullet Reviews! So, in case you missed it, Marvel's next big event of the year (seems like we get more ...
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Batman 3000

Kevin Maguire off of Justice League 3000

Not too long ago, I wrote a post here indicating how psyched I was that the classic Justice League International creative team of Keith Giffen, ...
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DC Comics

DC News Roundup – July 30 2013

In the last couple of weeks, there's been a lot of information coming out of the publishers. A number of them made a ton of announcements before ...
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Forever Evil

DC Teases What’s Coming for Forever Evil

Not too long ago, we announced that, following the Trinity War arc over the 3 Justice League books and then Villain's Month we can expect to see a ...
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Harvey Awards

And the Harvey Nominees Are…

The 2013 Harvey Awards Nominees have been announced.  This year Marvel led all nominees with 12, mostly thanks to Hawkeye.  Image was next with ...
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Who’s Who in the New 52 – An Introduction

It's been almost 2 years since DC launched the reboot of the entire universe, The New 52, following from the ashes of Flashpoint. In that time, ...
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Damian "Robin" Wayne

Damian Wayne Returns… Kind Of

Not long ago, Batman lost another Robin. Damian Wayne, the 10-year old son of Bruce Wayne, had taken on the mantle of Robin shortly before DC ...
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Batman 3000

JLI Creators Re-United for Justice League 3000!

I made a comment on a forum earlier today that any book that brought back the original Justice League International creators of Keith Giffen, J.M. ...
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Forever Evil

DC Announces Villains Month and More

Several years back, DC Comics had its last big universal crossover series, Flashpoint. For longtime DC fans, this was the turning point for a lot ...
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