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DC's finest clash with the Teenagers with Attitude in an adventure which crosses another two mega franchises together, yes it's Justice League/Mighty Morphin Power Rangers #1. It's your standard set up for a comic book crossover, two universes collide, you get peanut butter mixed with chocolate as things mesh together.
I've been waiting a very long time for this second issue to come out. Another awesome Power Rangers comic in one month. Though, how awesome was it? Well read ahead and find out how awesome indeed.
While waiting with baited breath for Issue 2 of Mighty Morphon Power Rangers: Pink, I totally forgot that Mighty Morphin Power Rangers Issue 5 came out, and after reading I finished reading it, I was very glad that I didn't.
I don't think there is a whole lot I can say about Green Lantern Rebirth #1, mostly because not a lot really happen as the narrative seems to be focused on sweeping all the New 52 swings and misses under the already crowded rug...
What do Superman and the Flash have in common? Except being in the same universe, being on the same superhero team, and both having sidekicks in DC Rebirth? They both have super-speed that's what.
Yes, it's that Action Man, the one you used to play with as a youngster, the toy you used to get because of a complex history surrounding G.I. Joe and Hasbro. So IDW have decided to remind you of this with a brand new series to tickle your nostalgia taste buds.
It's been delayed more times than an alien invasion to earth, but finally, Frank Miller and friends have released their one-shot explaining how Robin died and lead to Bruce Wayne hanging up the cape and cowl for ten very long years.
So it begins guys, the New 52 is gone. A new logo has been installed and thus we begin the era of DC Rebirth. This week, I picked up Detective Comics and The Flash Rebirth. We're they any good? Let's break it all down and try to find out.
It's the first issue from a spin-off series to Boom Studios Power Rangers release. This issue follows the first Pink Ranger stepping out on her own, but is our first solo series any good? Or did it totally fail to power up?
It's that time again where DC needs to go off in a bold new direction, which is supposed to be bolder and newer than its last direction. This time, it has come in the form of DC Rebirth. So what went down in DC Rebirth?
Have you ever wanted to read some of the biggest Avengers comics in clip-note form? Well Avengers K is for you. Marvel's latest attempt to sell its capes and masks to Asia before Fox or Sony can.
I should be saving up for DC Rebirth but I couldn't resist some of the new releases this week, this included Saber Rider andthe Star Sheriffs, Power Rangers, and Spider-verse. So it's time for three quick comic reviews and a small smattering of trivia.
Art history, there's an absolute bucket load of it, and while you may not know painters by names, you've likely seen their work, either in school, in the media, or when visiting museums. One iconic painting which always stood out for me was The Scream by Edvard Munch. It's a painting which says so much, but so little at the same time. However, I didn't really know the history behind the painter, so when I heard that SelfMadeHero was publishing Steffen Kverneland's Munch, an illustrated biography of the Norwegian painter I had to snap it up.
I know it's a little late, but I think we should discuss story of IDW's Transformers Deviations, because I guess it was kind of good and people are trying hard impress the hardcore Transformer fans.