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Monthly Archives: November 2010
Batman and Robin #16 Black Mass. Written by Grant Morrison with art by Cameron Stewart, Chris Burnham and Frazer Irving. So this is the end to Grant Morrison’s incredible run on Batman and Robin. Incredible you ask? Yes, incredible. This … Continue reading
Freedom Fighters #3 American Nightmare part three. Written by Jimmy Palmiotti and Justin Gray with pencils by Travis Moore. First off the cover of this issue is a bit misleading. It doesn’t show it in the picture to the left by … Continue reading
Wonder Woman #604 Odyssey part four. Written by J. Michael Straczynski with pencils by Don Kramer and Eduardo Pansica. Once again, I don’t think this issue told us anything of merit. First panel Wonder Woman ask her attacker why he his … Continue reading
Zatanna #6 Married in Vegas. Written by Paul Dini with art by Jesus Saiz. The beginning of the wedding scene in this book wear great! Showing it to us through Zatanna’s delusional eyes was just perfect. The brides maids were Black Canary and … Continue reading
John Constantine: Hellblazer #272 Bloody Carnations Part Two: :Life on Venus and Mars. Written by Peter Milligan with half the art done by Simon Bisley and the other half of the layouts by Giuseppe Camuncoli with finishes by Stefano Landini. This issue … Continue reading