Thursday, July 2, 2020

DCeased: Hope At World's End #4 Review

My Boy Was Just Like Me

Writer: Tom Taylor
Artist: Marco Failla
Cover Price: $0.99
Release Date: June 30, 2020

I have been enjoying Hope at World's End, even if I want Tom Taylor to give readers more of an ongoing story to get us going towards the upcoming Dead Planet.  Well, we do seem to get the start of that in this week's chapter, but is it one of those, "be careful what you wish for situations?"  Let's find out in our Video Review...

Tuesday, June 30, 2020

Supergirl #42 Review and *SPOILERS*

Wrapped in a Bow

Written By: Jody Houser
Art By: Rachael Stott, Cris Peter
Letters By: Tom Napolitano
Cover Price: $3.99
Release Date: June 30, 2020

*Non Spoilers and Score At The Bottom*

Well, at long last we have reached this issue. It’s time for things to come to an end. I started reviewing this series when it was brought back from cancellation. Bendis had just hopped on the the Superman books and he told his story, sending Kara off on a brand new adventure. What followed was a rather enjoyable run from Marc Andreyko as he took Kara through space, only to be ended prematurely by a tie in. Then Andreyko started a new story with Leviathan but that was quickly ended when the book was dragged into another crossover. This book’s tie-in to that crossover was done by the current team. It wasn’t very good at all but at least they were trying to make the book good despite having almost no creative freedom when it comes to the character. Following all of this, the book went digital only and announced it’s upcoming cancellation. The previous issues was one of the worst comic issues that I’ve ever seen. Now, we stand at the end of it all seeing where we leave Kara until another series inevitably pops up. Let’s jump in and see where it leads us.