Tag: Scott Snyder

REVIEW: Detective Comics #1000

Detective Comics #1000 is a landmark comic, representing the dominance of a comic book character who is as fresh and vibrant today as he was in 1939.

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REVIEW: Detective Comics #1000

Detective Comics #1000 featured image

80 years of Batman has lead to this anniversary issue by some of the best Batman creators of all time and then some. Check it out!

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REVIEW: Justice League #17 – “Here There Be Dragons”

J’onn J’onzz and Lex Luthor uncover the secrets of their past…and survive a colony of moon dragons in the process!

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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”

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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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