I have been reading comics since I was eleven - over a quarter-century! I love them as an art form as well as the characters, and want to see them continue to grow as a respectable medium. One time I was bitten by a radioactive bat, but nothing much happened except I had a weird rash for a few days.

Maestro #1: My Own Worst Enemy (EARLY Spoiler-Free Review!)

Maestro #1 (David, Peralta, Keown) is no mere nostalgia trip. It’s a dark, masterful look into the psyche of Marvel’s most powerful force, and the world that ultimately forces him to become the worst, most vile version of himself. This is a stunner of a comic with a huge legacy to fulfill, and it more than does so as the entire creative team rises to the challenge – and then some.

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Dark Nights: Death Metal – Legends of the Dark Knights #1: Scream Bloody Gore

Dark Nights: Death Metal – Legends of the Dark Knights #1

Please do not buy Dark Nights: Death Metal – Legends of the Dark Knights unless you have the disposable income to do so. It isn’t worth your time or hard-earned money, unless you’re a hardcore completist. There are moments of fun, but they’re lost in the deluge.

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Flash #758: Double Your Pleasure

Flash #758 (Williamson, Duce, Kolins, Guerrero, Hi-Fi) throws everything, the kitchen sink, and Barry Allen’s long-forgotten future kids into the mix, trying to stir the pot and make “Legion of Zoom” interesting. It doesn’t succeed. Williamson’s run is suddenly running on fumes, his usual big ideas relegated to also-ran tropes that readers have seen countless times before.

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