Tag: Scott Snyder

On Changing Race and Gender in Comics

Thor Jane Foster On Changing Race and Gender in Comics

Why change the race, gender, or orientation of comic characters? This isn’t a new question. Let’s dig in.

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REVIEW: Justice League #2- “A Slow Burn”

Justice League 2 (2018) featured image

Scott Snyder continues his Justice League run with the team facing off against the Totality while the Legion of Doom works toward their own ends.

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REVIEW: Justice League #1 – “When Prose Gets in the Way”

Justice League #1

The phrase “a new era begins” is dynamic and full of energy–everything Justice League #1 isn’t.

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REVIEW: New Challengers #1 – “More Art, Fewer Words”

New Challengers #1

DC’s New Age of Heroes puts artistic talent first, so it’s fitting that Andy Kubert saves this issue.

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Review: Justice League No Justice #1

This issue is the first part of a four-part story that will set up the Justice League comic written by Scott Snyder.

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REVIEW: Action Comics #1000

Action Comics #1000

To say Action Comics #1000 is a milestone is really an understatement. After all, milestones are a dime a dozen

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REVIEW: Dark Nights Metal #6

Scott Snyder clearly transitioned the DC Metal storyline from being a Batman story into being a Justice League story.

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Review: Batman and The Signal #2

Batman and The Signal #2

Despite being called Batman and The Signal, this is clearly a Duke Thomas story and that is okay. The beauty

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REVIEW: Dark Nights: Metal #5

Metal #5 Review Feature Cover

This issue sees the beginning of the end to the Dark Nights: Metal series run. I read this issue while

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