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Tuesday, September 3 2013

Evil Triumphs: "Justice League #23"

Good is supposed to triumph over evil. Heroes are supposed to beat the villains. But in the final chapter of Trinity War, everything that is supposed to happen in the modern superhero mythos is turned upside down.

Monday, July 22 2013

It Was All Building To This: "Justice League #22"

What's separated DC from Marvel in recent years has been the plug-and-play value of books that could just be picked up and read immediately. Justice League #22 realigns that schism…

Wednesday, October 10 2012

Heroism, By a New Light: "Green Lantern #13"

Green Lantern #13 may not be the first chapter in “Rise of the Third Army” that we were all expecting, but it’s an issue that deftly navigates a new character through a crucial time in his experience being a superhero…

Monday, April 30 2012

Wanna Hold Your Hand…: "Aquaman #8"

Truthfully, you'd probably need to go back to Hemingway to encounter any adventure stories that were as vivid or as vital or as important as Aquaman

Monday, January 2 2012

Aquaman and the Literary Depths

It's all-out action as Aquaman plumbs the depths to uncover the secret of The Trench. But writer Geoff Johns deeply meditative tones make Aquaman #4 equal parts Joseph Conrad's Heart of Darkness as George Lucas' Raiders of the Lost Ark.

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