Monthly Archives November 2017

Harley and Ivy Meet Betty and Veronica #1 Review

Written: Paul Dini & Marc Andreyko
Drawn: Laura Braga
Colored: Tony Avina & Arif Prianto
Lettered: Deron Bennett
Publisher: DC & Archie Comics
Hiram Lodge is concerned about the youth of today, especially those in Riverdale. He is
concerned about their future and continuing education. So Mr. Lodge has decided to purchase
swamp land to transform it to Lodge University which will offer free college to the students who
could not afford a regular university and surrounding the campus will be a shopping center as
well. This announcement has attracted attention to Mr. Lodge and Riverdale; unfortunately, this
attraction is from Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn. Ivy is determined to stop the development of the
swamp, so under disguise, they set their eyes on Riverdale...

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Congratulations, QUANTUM AND WOODY! #3 is Having a Baby (Goat) in February! (God Help Us All)

Congratulations, QUANTUM AND WOODY! #3 is Having a Baby (Goat) in February! (God Help Us All)
Valiant “Celebrates” 50 Issues of the World’s Worst Superhero Team with a Staggering 100 72 64 48 32-Page Spectacular!

As first revealed at Comic Book Resources, Valiant is proud to present your first look at QUANTUM AND WOODY! (2017) #3 – a spectacular goatacular celebrating 50 landmark issues of the world’s worst superhero team from rising star Daniel Kibblesmith (The Late Show with Stephen Colbert) and special guest artist Francis Portela (FAITH)! Because you demanded it – the return of Quantum and Woody’s fearless sidekick/roommate/emergency medical contact starts here with a momentous moment that will forever reverberate through the ages: the birth of the Goat’s baby!...

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Batman: The Enemy Within – Episode Two: The Pact Review

Writers: Luke McMullen, Chris Hockabout
Director: Matthew Leach
After the death of Lucius Fox and The Riddler, Batman faces a new threat as a group of villains
known as “The Pact” wage war on Gotham. Harley Quinn, Mr. Freeze, and Bane lead an army of
mercenaries and carry out a series of attacks and robberies in the service of some greater plan. To
uncover their plan, Bruce has to rely on John Doe as his way into The Pact, and go undercover,
compromising his moral code to save Gotham from whatever they’re planning.
After an excellent premiere episode, Batman: The Enemy Within continues to impress. “The
Enigma” shifted the focus to Batman’s allies and his relationships with them while telling an
excellent one-shot story with a deadly version of The Riddler, all the while sett...

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DARK HORSE, SANTA MONICA STUDIO, AND SONY INTERACTIVE ENTERTAINMENT JOIN FORCES

DARK HORSE, SANTA MONICA STUDIO, AND SONY INTERACTIVE ENTERTAINMENT JOIN FORCES

To Explore More Norse Lore in “God of War”

MILWAUKIE, Ore., (November 16, 2017)—Journey through the mythical Norse wilds and explore beyond as Dark Horse, Santa Monica Studio, and Sony Interactive Entertainment proudly present the essential companions to the highly-anticipated video game God of War, allowing readers to witness the creation of this incredible new journey! In 2018, they will publish The Art of God of War, a limited edition of The Art of God of War, and God of War comics.

The Art of God of War is an intimate chronicle of the years-long odyssey to bring Kratos and Atreus’ beautiful and brutal world to life...

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MAESTROS #1 Review

MAESTROS #1

Story: Steve Skroce

Art / Cover: Steve Skroce, Dave Stewart

Published: October 18, 2017

Diamond ID: AUG170542

The Maestro and his entire royal family have been murdered. Now, his banished son from Earth will inherit the Wizard King’s throne along with a spell that turns its user into GOD. With enemies everywhere, will this Orlando-born millennial be able to keep his new magic kingdom? From STEVE SKROCE, the storyboard artist of The Matrix trilogy, the artist and co-creator of WE STAND ON GUARD and Doc Frankenstein, the writer / artist of Wolverine, and the artist of Amazing Spider-Man and ALAN MOORE’s YOUNGBLOOD.

First off the art in this is great.  Very details, very vibrant.  Problem is it’s a bit graphic as well...

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