Ian Gonzales reviews Flash Gordon #1 and Nightcrawler #1, while Jill Scharr looks at Batman Eternal #1 and Shutter #1 in this week’s edition of Last Week’s Comics.
Brian Bannen reviews Black Science #5, Action Comics #30 and Magneto #2, while Ian Gonzales takes on Moon Knight #2 and Jill Scharr looks at Black Widow #5 in this week’s edition of Last Week’s Comics.
Ian Gonzales rates Star Slammers Remastered #1 and Jill Scharr reviews The Wake #7; Brian Bannen tackles The Bunker #2, Deadly Class #3 and The Superior Spider-Man #30 in this week’s edition of Last Week’s Comics.
Brian Bannen reviews Anne Bonnie #1, American Vampire: Second Cycle #1, Daredevil #1 and Jill Scharr reviews Batwoman #29 in this week’s edition of Last Week’s Comics.
Jill Scharr laments the third-person disconnect in 2014′s Thief.
Brian Bannen reviews Superman #28, Revenge #1 and Hawkeye #15, while Jill Scharr takes on Lois Lane #1 in this week’s edition of Last Week’s Comics.
Sometimes there are no perfect solutions or happy endings.
It’s official: Wonder Woman will make her live action movie debut in the 2015 as-yet-unnamed sequel to Man of Steel. What role the character will play in the film, which also introduces a new Batman as well as Man of Steel‘s Superman, remains to be seen. Will the movie be a Superman/Batman story in which Wonder Woman plays a minor role? Will it be a Trinity story (as the three heroes are often called) in which all three get equal billing? Or, as some have suspected, is the unnamed 2015 movie a Justice League story that will also introduce the