Review: Heroes In Crisis #4

HEROES IN CRISIS #4 Written by Tom King Art by Clay Mann, Tomeu Morey, and Clayton Cowles Edited by Jamie S. Rich and Brittany Zolherr Published by DC Comics Release Date: January 2, 2018 (SPOILER FREE REVIEW) Heroes In Crisis continues the investigation of the year with some interesting developments for everyone near this investigation.…

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Intimately Epic – Scott Snyder’s Justice League

Scott Snyder is one of the biggest names currently working in the comic business. Working with longtime collaborator Greg Capullo the pair had a critically acclaimed and beloved run on the Batman title from 2011 to 2016. While maybe most famous for his work on Batman, Snyder has also spear headed a handful of other…

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Blue Beetle’s Legacy: The Makings of an A-list Superhero

Every so often, the following question is posed to comic book fans: What is your favorite superhero? A lot of the time, the answers are A-list superheroes such as Superman, Batman, or Spider-Man. But what makes a great comic book character and A-list superhero? Is it the powers that he or she possesses and their…

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Review: Heroes In Crisis #1

HEROES IN CRISIS #1 Written by Tom King Art by Clay Mann, Tomeu Morey, and Clayton Cowles Edited by Jamie S. Rich and Brittany Zolherr Published by DC Comics Release Date: September 26, 2018 (SPOILER FREE REVIEW) Sanctuary. “A Crisis Center for DC Super Heroes That Combines Superman’s Kryptonian Technology, Wonder Woman’s Amazonian Mysticism and Is Powered by Batman’s Financial Empire” As…

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Magneto: The Hero & The Villain

By Contributing Writer- Brandon Gray. It’s easy to love Magneto. But as a child, X-men comics and animated media taught me to hate him. He was always in the way. Every time the X-men manage to restore peace, here comes Erik Lehnsherr to ruin it. Killing humans, attacking politicians – the man was shown to…

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Green Arrow-An Underrated Hero

Oliver Queen, the “Emerald Archer” protects Star City with an arsenal of tricked out arrows and wits. He fights corrupt politicians, various archer-themed villains, and an assortment of heinous figures. First appearing in More Fun Comics in 1941, creator Mort Weisinger took inspiration from the 1925 movie serial The Green Archer and provided the wealthy,…

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