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"Blackest Night" #1 Review

In Comic Reviews on July 15, 2009 at 9:38 pm
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Blackest Night #1

Blackest Night

Writer: Geoff Johns

Pencils: Ivan Reis

Inker: Oclair Albert

Colors: Alex Sinclair

Covers: Reis, Albert & Sinclair; Ethan Van Sciver & Hi-Fi

At long last, the Blackest Night is here…and its surprisingly good!  Spoilers within!

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"Green Lantern" #43 Review

In Comic Reviews on July 10, 2009 at 9:00 pm
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"Green Lantern" #43

Blackest Night Prologue: Tales of The Black Lantern

Writer: Geoff Johns

Pencils: Doug Mahnke

Inks: Christian Alamy

Colors: Randy Mayor

Cover: Mahnke, Alamy, and Alex Sinclair

The Blackest Night is…here!  A special prologue features the most shocking page and a fantastic story focusing on villain William Hand, a.k.a The Black Hand.  Spoilers Within!

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"Batman And Robin" #2 Review

In Comic Reviews on July 2, 2009 at 9:00 am
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Batman and Robin #2

Batman Reborn” Part 2: The Circus of Strange

Writer: Grant Morrison

Artist: Frank Quitely

Colors: Alex Sinclair

The first issue of Batman and Robin was woefully glossed over when review time came up, and I honestly cannot recall for the life of my why that was.  Regardless, the second issue of Morrison’s fresh take on the Dark Knight rounds out a week rife with sidekicks filling out their mentor’s shoes, and this may be one of the best interpretations so far.  Spoilers within!  Read the rest of this entry »

Review: "The Flash: Rebirth" #1

In Comic Reviews on April 1, 2009 at 8:46 pm

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Story:  “Lightning Strikes Twice”

Writer: Geoff Johns

Artist: Ethan Van Sciver

Colors: Alex Sinclair (Interior Art, Variant Cover), Moose Brumann (Cover)

When DC Comics did “Crisis on Infinite Earths”, there were deaths galore, but none more poignant than that of DC’s Scarlet Speedster, The Flash, who at that time was Central City police scientist Barry Allen.  Having been cleared of murder charges and retired to the 30th century with his wife Iris at the end of his own series, Barry bravely returned to fight in the Crisis, and gave his life to shut down the Anti-Monitor’s ultimate weapon, an Anti-Matter Ray.

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