Continue Reading August 26th Comicbook Review

August 26th Comicbook Review

I’m changing my format up a little.  As I learn more about what I’m doing with this review section I want to continue to adjust and improve.  Each week I put what issues I got in order I’m most excited to read.  From that I review the top 8.  This weeks review is my most diverse I’ve had with 2 Marvel, 2 DC, 2 Valiant, 1 Image and 1 IDW.  It was definetly a hard week to decide in what…

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July 22nd Comicbook Review

Grayson #10 Grayson flees the scene, leaving his partner behind.  The director tells him to make the drop as planned.  Agent 1 is able to get away from the scene and asks to go after Dick.  The director instead sends him on a mission in Italy.  At the drop site Grayson learns that he is supposed to make the drop to Lex Luthor.  He obviously doesn’t think this is a good idea, so he makes a dramatic exit.  Not knowing…

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June 24th Comicbook Review

Grayson #9 With his mission accomplished Dick is ready to come home, unfortunately “Mr. Malone” will not reply to him, to tell him if he can or not.  Transversely someone is killing spies that are on mission Spyral was on.  Helena/Matron, the new head of Spyral, finds a connection between the murders.  They all took place where Dick was on a mission, and had time alone.  Dick, who happens to be on a mission, is given a heads up by…

April 1st 2015 comicbook review

Rocket Raccoon #10 Rocket and Groot have to pay up on debts or face being reported to the authorities.  Fortunately they have the credits.  Unfortunately Rocket gets a call about a possible tip on an item he has been looking for.  The wise thing to do would be to pay his debt, so of course he chooses to purchase the information on the item instead.  Now all he has to do is get out of Knowhere without being arrested.  Rocket’s old “pal”…

March 18th 2015 comicbook review

Outcast #7 – It had been a while, so it took me a minute to remember what had happened. If you aren’t aware of Outcast it is written by Robert Kirkman (The Walking Dead), drawn by Paul Azaceta, and colored by Elizabeth Breitweiser (who is amazingly nice). The story is just getting rolling and Kirkman is doing a great job of establishing a base for a great series. Overall this issue was basically a stage setter, the end of act…