Filed under: Comic Reviews, DC Comics | Tags: Batman, dccomics, Green Arrow, Green Lantern, Harley Quinn, Injustice Gods Among Us, Superman, The Joker
After picking up #1 (reviewed here) and enjoying this video game tie-in it was almost a given that I would get #2 to see how things went – was #1 a fluke or was this really a hidden gem from DC?
Filed under: Comic Reviews, DC Comics | Tags: Batman, Cyborg, Flash, Green Lantern, Injustice Gods Among Us, Jimmy Olsen, Joker, Lois Lane, Scarecrow, Superman, Wonder Woman
A comic book that ties into an up and coming DC game has all the early indications of being a typical attempt at a marketing exercise….where there’s no real gain or effort expected from what seems to be a throwaway release to get the game name out there……and I have to admit I was on the fence on whether to get this title or not………in this case I caved, I bought it and read issue #1.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, DC Comics | Tags: Ethan Van Sciver, Geoff Johns, Green Lantern, Guardians, Hal Jordan, Sinestro
After losing my way on some of the Lanterns titles – sticking to just the Red variety – I’ve clambered my way back in time to see Geoff Johns take us on another EPIC Lanterns event in the “Rise of the Third Army” a tale crossing each of the titles and starting firmly in the Green Lantern Annual.
Filed under: Comic Reviews, DC Comics | Tags: Doug Mahnke, Geoff Johns, Green Lantern, Hal Jordan, Sinestro
The Green Lantern title started off as one of the “so-so” issues…..suffering somehow from not being “new” enough or not deviating from a long continuity the title had already built, prior to Flashpoint and the New 52 reboot. This left me approaching #2 with less excitement than any of my other choices of #2 reads…..
Filed under: Comic Reviews, DC Comics | Tags: aquaman, Batman, DCNew52, Geoff Johns, Green Lantern, Jim Lee, Justice League, Superman, The Flash, wonderwoman
Ok, so we probably got carried away with ourselves last month when we got the first glimpse of the first DCNew52, Justice League. DC’s hype-machine had been running for month’s ahead of the launch, we’d just come out of a Flashpoint high and we were ready to explode at the anticipation of a new world and new costumes. 51 issues later and we are in a much better position to see what JL#1 was really like – i.e. note quite the best of the bunch. But what does #2 do to try and improve on this?