REVIEW: The Dreaming #1

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TIME TO CELEBRATE We’re coming up on the 30th anniversary of The Sandman. If there is one thing DC Comics knows how to do right, it’s celebrating the/ir characters. This year alone we’ve been fortunate enough to celebrate the 80th anniversary of Superman through various series and mediums including The Death of Superman, Man of Steel mini-series and more. Next year, we’ll be celebrating …

REVIEW: Border Town #1

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CAN MONSTERS AND HUMANS REALLY CO-EXIST? Many mythologies have merged reality and monsters. Sometimes it gets a huge following like The X-Files, Twilight, or Lord of the Rings.  Then there are those that never really take off. I invite you to enter the latest offering from Vertigo comics, Border Town. Border Town tells the story of Frank, a teenager adjusting to a new life in Devil’s …

Review: Catwoman Tweety & Sylvester

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LET’S BE HONEST! I’ve started this review and erased quite a few times. Quite frankly, I don’t even know really where to start with this book. For the past couple of years, DC has introduced us to these Looney Tunes crossover books. I’ve only read a few and honestly, they are super hit or miss. I wasn’t quite sure what …

The Joker: A Celebration of 75 Years

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DC’s Iconic Compilation of The Clown Prince of Crime On April 25th, 2018; we celebrated the 78th anniversary of the publication of the Dark Knight’s greatest adversary, the Joker. A few years ago DC Comics took the opportunity to chronicle the major highlights of the character through out the years with a hardcover, 75th Anniversary compilation. Today I am writing …

Harley Loves Joker #2

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A gleeful romp in Gotham’s criminal underworld comes to a close as Paul Dini wraps up his two-issue run of ‘Harley Loves Joker’. The first issue of ‘Harley Loves Joker’ concluded with the Clown Prince of Crime allowing the weasel-themed cat burglar, the Grison, to join his gang, much to the dismay of Harley Quinn. When it comes to robbery …