Harley and Poison Ivy have been BFFs for a number of years now. Jody Houser hops on with the squad train to give us Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy #1 of #6.
IDW and DC’s joint venture Batman/TMNT III hits its penultimate issue this week with #5. It’s Batman and the green ‘modern’ turtles with Shredder vs Joker and the Foot Clan robots.
Steve Trevor attempts to spare Diana and Atlantiades from the sight of a fallen god in the latest Wonder Woman #77.
Aquaman #51 takes us from the landmark anniversary issue to a much more grounded and familiar place for the King of Atlantis.
Crisis in a Half Shell continues with part four in Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles III #4. The third volume in the Batman/TMNT crossover franchise shifts away from Eastman’s drawings this issue but he does provide the variant cover.
Batman takes on Superman who has, like Catwoman, succumbed to Poison Ivy’s charms.
For those familiar with the comic, we’re introduced to all star surgeon and childhood friend of Bruce Wayne, Tommy Elliot. Read The Review: https://www.forcesofgeek.com/2019/08/batman-hush-review.html?fbclid=IwAR3MVNDNSybR2b7-nA_g3za5nGnNwTEHTs447A3OLqBcjLOfHcB8RCMQyfI
While falling asleep in art history class was a subject I excelled in, I do remember talking about “the ‘fungibility of text’. Meaning, mutually interchangeable.
After last week’s Aquaman #50 and Batman #75 (among others!), Year of The Villain is on full swing with another landmark anniversary issue with Wonder Woman #75.
Aquaman reaches a landmark 50th issue this week, and as expected we get more than your typical issue.
Wonder Woman kicks off a new story arc in Dimension Chi in Wonder Woman #74.
Last issue’s flashback to Dimension Chi and the Mirror Universe Empress Hippolyta pays off by having the Empress attack Diana until Atlantiades steps in to take the heat.
“Crisis On A Half Shell” continues the limited series of Batman TMNT III with issue #3, incorporating elements from classic TMNT with a mashup of origins for The Dark Knight.
Downton Abbey: The Exhibition has landed in Boston at The Castle at Park Plaza for an extremely limited three month run. An appropriately themed afternoon tea was held on Friday, June 14th, featuring Executive Chairman of Carnival Films, Gareth Neame, and members of the press and socialites (aka social media influencers).
Guest writer Steve Orlando takes over for a special fill-in issue.
In a convenient flashback to her childhood, Diana tells the tale of Dimension Chi, an alternate dimension referenced at the end of the last issue.
Arthur Curry is learning more about his past self and is memory is coming back about who he is and what his relationship with Mera means courtesy of mysterious ocean creature Mother Shark in Aquaman #49.
…there is an extended train fight, daresay, ‘train battle’ that of course perked me right up! Lots of metal for Magneto to play with in a train fight!
Sometimes, an assignment just ‘gets me’. And this week’s single issue comic review has me kicking back in my mind to those days at Cape Cod in the dead of summer with nothing but a walk to the beach or into the center of town for some good spinner rack perusal.
Summergrove, CT is a mess of broken promises, broken homes and broken hearts now that Aphrodite’s son Atlantiades has taken over in Wonder Woman #71.
Aquaman #48 returns the birth name to the titular character and seeks to reset the memories of the amnesiac Arthur Curry by returning him to the depths of the ocean.