Teen Titans volume 2: Family Lost by Geoff Johns

With the Titans newly reformed despite the adult heroes’ disapproval the team begins to act less as punishers of evil and more like a support system for a bunch of kids abandoned—or worse—by their parents. If they even have them. The Titans get a mysterious phone call that Rose, the cast off daughter of the […]

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August 2nd, 2016 by Michele Lee

Arrow Season 2.5 by Marc Guggenheim, Keto Shimizu, Brian Ford Sullivan and Joe Bennett

Personally I always find tv and movies more fun when you can tell the creators, actors, and crew are having a lot of fun with it. One of the reasons why Marvel fan culture has been more interesting to me. This book is loads of fun. They took great care to tie it into the […]

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August 1st, 2016 by Michele Lee

Birds of Prey v2 by Chuck Dixon

ISBN: 9781401260958 Still hunting down the sleaze of the world Black Canary (with Oracle at the assist) stumbles into a slave ring with a twist. These slaves are also kidnapped heiresses, business moguls and other member of the One Percent. The scheme is a good one (forced labor and ransom? Score!) Also included in this […]

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July 31st, 2016 by Michele Lee

Birds of Prey volume 1 by Chuck Dixon

ISBN: 9781563894848 In the beginning there was Black Canary and Oracle. One is fresh out of a break up with Green Arrow (that Green Arrow, yes) with a passion for kicking evil butt and a somewhat short attention span. The other is wheelchair-bound, hopeful and determined to find a way to still save the world […]

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July 30th, 2016 by Michele Lee

Hexed: The Harlot and the the Thief volume 1 by Michael Nelson and Dan Mora

Lucifer’s quest to steal and secure the dangerous magical artifacts of the world continues. While stealing a painting with an enchanted frame, she crosses a team employed by the mysterious and powerful Madam Cymbaline. She also tries to save a security guard from a more mundane problem—a heart attack—by trapping him in stasis in the […]

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July 29th, 2016 by Michele Lee

Review: Gotham Academy #6

Olive and her friends are finally getting some answers from Killer Croc when Batman busts up the party. Olive tries to defend Croc from Batman, meanwhile Batman tries to cut Croc out of the picture permanently. A who’s who evil, rescuer situation is complicated by the fact that Olive knows it was Batman that tore […]

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May 6th, 2016 by Michele Lee

Review: Wolf Moon #2 by Cullen Bunn and Jeremy Haun

As is the nature of comics this issue is a bit of a down time where new things are revealed to our (probable) hero. If a werewolf that possesses a new person for the three nights of the full moon and slaughters gleefully through families and towns isn’t bad enough someone is hunting the survivors, […]

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May 3rd, 2016 by Michele Lee

Review: Wolf Moon #1by Cullen Bunn and Jeremy Haun

A lot has been done with the werewolf tale, in fact romance tales of werewolves being tamed run side by side with horror tales of cannibal beasts. Bunn offers us this take of a werewolf that doesn’t just transform people, it transforms lives, and of the people obsessed with ending it. There’s plenty of gore […]

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May 1st, 2016 by Michele Lee