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Dark Nights: Death Metal The Multiverse That Laughs #1 has some great ideas but most stories feel like they’re not given enough pages to really work. The whole comes off as interesting concepts not interesting stories #Comics #Comics

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I’ve been vocal in my mixed feelings about Dark Nights: Death Metal. The main event has been mixed in quality and the one-shots, while they used to stand out, are now fumbling themselves. Dark Nights: Death Metal The Multiverse Who Laughs is another stumble presenting four stories with few standing out and most being forgettable.

Dark Nights: Death Metal The Multiverse Who Laughsopens with…

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Red Hood #51 features a bit too much packed in and comes off as a bad riff on Luke Cage #Comics #ComicBooks

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I had given up on Red Hood for a whole host of reasons. With a new creative team and direction, it felt like a good time to explore the series again. Red Hood #51has Jason Todd returning home to Gotham City. The city is still picking up the pieces after “The Joker War”. Jason finds his old neighborhood has new vigilante protectors. And they’re fighting against those attempting to take…

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The Other History of the DC Universe #1 exceeds even the highest expectations. It accomplishes more in one issue than many do an entire run. #Comics #ComicBooks

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I had high expectations for John Ridley‘s The Other History of the DC Universe. But, I didn’t expect The Other History of the DC Universe #1to crush those expectations so much. It’s that good and well worth the wait. Ridley is a producer and writer who has been behind such amazing productions as 12 Years a Slave and American Crime. The latter one being some of the best television in the last…

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Macrons Plea for Re-election through Islamophobia

ICYMI: On 16th October 2020, a French teacher was killed. The teacher showed Charlie Hebdo’s controversial cartoons. Those cartoons were based on Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and disrespected the Prophet in the most hideous way imaginable. The murder of the teacher-led to the increase of Islamophobia in France. Islamophobes had a free opportunity to speak against Islam […]

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The White Cat’s Revenge as Plotted from the Dragon King’s Lap Vol. 1 is a fun start to this new #manga fantasy adventure #Comics #ComicBooks

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Ruri just can’t get away from Asahi! Her clingy, oblivious childhood friend is beloved by absolutely everyone, making Ruri the target of resentment and jealousy from Asahi’s horde of groupies. When Asahi is summoned to another world to…

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Usagi Yojimbo #14 wraps up the current story arc but new readers should be able to jump in without issues… you’ll just want to go back and read it from the start anyways because it’s entertaining #Comics #ComicBooks

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It’s a massive battle in Usagi Yojimbo #14 as a disarmed Usagi is among a village captured by assassins. He’ll get some much-needed help from Kenichi and Jotaro. But those loyal to Mifune will most-likely be viewed as outlaws, so Usagi sets off on another adventure.

As someone who just loves just about everything samurai-related, I just love Usagi Yojimbo’s fight choreography. So much of…

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The Recount #1 is a hell of a start with a premise that’s almost too close to reality #Comics #ComicBooks

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The idea of a comic about a divided nation teetering on a new civil war due to political divisions might not seem like the thing of entertainment right now. We can see it in our own reality through the news or on social media. Physical revenge against supporters of candidates is actually happening and it feels like shots could be fired at any moment. The Recount #1takes our reality and amps…

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G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #275 tips a hat to the classic “Silent Interlude” as “Snake Hunt” wraps up! #Comics #ComicBooks #GIJoe

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Who doesn’t love G.I. Joe? Well, I guess some people probably don’t but G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero #275is a big deal and I’ve been reading the series off and on for the last bunch of years. Last issue, COBRA kidnapped a man named Sean Collins, who they think might be the original Snake Eyes and they want to brainwash him to work for them. It sounds like something that might have happened…

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Sea of Sorrows #1 is a solid start to some deep sea psychological horror. Some great use of building up tension #Comics #ComicBooks

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The team behind the horror series Road of Bones is back with Sea of Sorrows #1. Moving from the frozen tundra of Siberia, the new horror setting for the duo of Rich Douek and Alex Cromacktakes us to the deep sea. With the Great War over, the North Atlantic is filled with riches. The story focuses on a former naval officer who hires a crew to retrieve gold on a sunken U-boat. With riches…

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Batman #103 isn’t a bad comic but it feels like one long extended fight scene that stretches things out and doesn’t add enough to the story arc #Comics #ComicBooks #Batman

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Batman #103 continues a rather middling new arc for the series after the mixed “Joker War”. The issue features Batman battling Ghost-Maker as we learn a little more about the two’s history. Nothing is too surprising or exciting but at the same time, there’s also nothing particularly bad about the issue. It’s a fine, somewhat forgettable read.

Writer James Tynion IV continues his Batman run…

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