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Comic Book Reviews: DC Comics Round Up Week 10/12/2016

18 October 2016 9:24 AM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Comic Book Reviews: DC Comics Round Up Week 10/12/2016

A little late this time around, but never forgotten! This week I take a quick look at the developing stories from DC’s Rebirth line up. While not a huge week for story development, we do get to wrap up a few plots and open the doors to a few more!

Action Comics #965

Story: Dan Jurgens Art: Stephen Segovia, Art Thibert, Arif Prianto, Dave Sharpe

Review: So with Superman seemingly unable to prove anything nefarious about this new Clark Kent, it’s up to Lois to try to figure out what’s going on! To do that she pretends to the Lois Lane of New 52 Universe, and as expected things don’t go completely as planned. Jurgens continues to do an excellent job here with how he handles the characters. Everyone feels right, in that their motivations, manner of speech and actions »

- Jeremy Scully

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Comic Book Reviews: DC Comics Round Up Week 09-21-2016

23 September 2016 10:47 AM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Comic Book Reviews: DC Comics Round Up Week 09-21-2016

DC Comics brings us a rebirthed Trinity story line starring the big three of the DC Universe-Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman! Although this will be unlike any other “meeting” story between these icons that we’ve seen before. This week also brings us a few stellar books in the Rebirth line up along with solo Raven series (for all you Teen Titans fans).

Aquaman #7

Story: Dan Abnett Art: Scot Eaton, Wayne Faucher

Review: Arthur is still an outlaw according to the Us, he has to contend with all the problems Atlantis is currently facing while trying to discover who is framing his nation for the attacks on the surface world (Hint hint, it’s Nemo now run by Black Manta). All in all it’s safe to say it isn’t easy being King.  I think that’s the »

- Jeremy Scully

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Comic Book Reviews: DC Round Up Week 09-07-2016

12 September 2016 8:00 AM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Comic Book Reviews: DC Comics Round Up Week 09-07-2016

DC Comics continues having some soft retcons in their Rebirth line up. This time around Cyborg is the center of attention, getting a new creative team and focus. Does it work? Will this be the time for Cyborg to pick up steam with a potential film still looming in the distance? Read on to find out!

 

Aquaman #6

Story: Dan Abnett Art: Andrew Hennessey, Brad Walker Colors: Gabe Eltaeb

Review: Did someone not inform Dan Abnett this isn’t the same Clark that was introduced when The New 52 first started! This Superman seems very familiar with Arthur, so much so Arthur has no problem airing some of his more insecure issues with Big Blue. The exchange was awkward, and full of weird contradictions that just didn’t make sense for the characters. Superman says he’s not a puppet and he came to talk things out, »

- Jeremy Scully

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Comic Book Reviews: DC Comics Round-Up Week 08-24-2016

26 August 2016 1:21 PM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Comic Book Reviews: DC Comics Round Up Week 08-24-2016

Recently I put up an article here on Lrm about getting into Batman for new or casual readers (and to an extent, some of the more regular comic book readers out there). I broke it down to three good jumping on points, of which Tom King’s "Batman: Rebirth #1" was used.  Now with some of the "Rebirth" books getting near issue six, I can say almost (Almost, not All!) all of the official "Rebirth" books have been an excellent introduction to the series for new readers. On that front, DC has been hugely successful (and the sales numbers are showing it).  While continuity is still a bit funky, and events within titles don’t really seem to match up in a macro sense, each individual series has been a blast to read. While I am still reading Marvel books, »

- Jeremy Scully

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Comic Book Reviews: DC Round-Up Week 08-17-2016

19 August 2016 9:21 AM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Comic Book Reviews: DC Round Up Week 08-17-2016

DC Comics has been killing it with sales lately, and for good reason! The Rebirth has been a success with almost every series delivering well-written and illustrated stories. Whatever editorial direction Geoff Johns put the company on, it’s worked! The characters feel fresh and new again, while still keeping true to the status quo set up in the New 52 Universe. Could the books do a slightly better job at feeling more “interconnected” (No that doesn’t mean crossover!)? Sure! But regardless, each individual series feels very well put together and on a focused plot. So without further delay, check out the hot books from this week’s DC Comics Rebirth line up!

Green Arrow #5

Story: Benjamin Percy Art: Juan Ferreyra

Review: If you were to tell me a year or so ago (or even further back) that future me would »

- Jeremy Scully

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Comic Book Reviews: DC Round-Up Week 07-20-2016

26 July 2016 6:40 PM, PDT | LRMonline.com | See recent LRM Online news »

Comic Book Reviews: DC Round Up Week 07-20-2016

After a two week absence I return to see what the current state of DC’s Rebirth is in! How are the Gotham Siblings doing? Are they evil yet? What’s going on with Aquaman and the anti-Atlantism? Are those two silly Lanterns still squabbling over inane stuff? Well read on to find out all about the wonderful world of DC Comics!

Aquaman#3

Story: Dan Abnett Art: Philippe Briones Colors: Gabe Eltaeb

Review: So for some reason, even though Arthur painfully has put together this Atlantean Embassy, even though he’s saved the world (including America) countless times and has proven himself a hero, even though he is a Us Citizen, And even though Black Manta is also an American and blatantly guilty over the explosion at the Atlantean Embassy, we are to believe that everyone is like “well F*! You Arthur, »

- Jeremy Scully

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Comics: Bryan Hitch Discusses Justice League Rebirth's New Villains

6 July 2016 9:13 PM, PDT | ComicBookMovie.com | See recent ComicBookMovie news »

Bryan Hitch's Justice League Rebirth was released to DC Comics readers today and if you're thinking the choice of an original villains is a one-off occurrence, think again. Hitch stated that he and artist Tony Daniels plan on utilizing original villains as the main-baddies for their entire run on the series. It was an idea Hitch first had while he was writing and drawing Justice League of America.   "Rebirth for me, is something of a mission statement. We've all read Justice League comics - and I [wrote] Justice League of America, as well. It was important to reset the ground rules and say, 'This is who the team is, this is how they work, this is the kind of stuff they're going to have to deal with.' I also wanted to [use the issue] to start some slightly different relationships with the team. Rebirth is just a hint of that. " "They're all »

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