Titans #10 Review

Titans #10 Writer: Dan Abnett Penciler: Brett Booth Inker: Norm Rapmund Colorist: Andrew Dalhouse Letterer: Josh Reed Titans #10 concludes the three part Made in Manhattan storyline that both... Read More...

Titans Annual #1 Review

Writer: Dan Abnett Artist: Minkyu Jung Colors: Adriano Lucas Letters: Carlos M. Mangual Titans Annual #1 is exactly what an annual is supposed to be, a fun story without a lot of ties to the mai... Read More...

Titans #8 Review

Titans #8 Review Written by Dan Abnett Art by Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund Colors by Andrew Dalhouse Letters by Corey Breen Review by John Dubrawa Dan Abnett's Titans series has been absolutely stel... Read More...

Titans #2 Review

Titans #2 Review Written by Dan Abnett Pencils by Brett Booth Inks by Norm Rapmund Colors by Andrew Dalhouse and Carrie Strachan Letters by Carlos M. Mangual Review by John Dubrawa Right from the o... Read More...

Titans: Rebirth #1 Review

Titans: Rebirth #1 Review Run Wally Run. Written by Dan Abnett Art by Brett Booth and Norm Rapmund Colors by Andrew Dalhouse Letters by Carlos M. Mangual Review by John Dubrawa I suspect a l... Read More...

Wild’s End #1 Review

Wild’s End #1 Created by Dan Abnett & I.N.J. Culbard Written by Dan Abnett Illustrated & Lettered by I.N.J. Culbard Review by Joey Braccino Chapter One – The Village Fete It’s half pas... Read More...

Dark Ages #1 Review

Dark Ages #1 Script – Dan Abnett Art, Lettering, and Cover Art – I.N.J. Culbard Review by Joey Braccino EUROPE. EARLY WINTER, 1333. Dark Ages #1 is a classic sword & shield epic set during th... Read More...

Ranking the New 52: #29-20

  By Bobby Shortle Welcome to my ranking of the DC Comics New 52! I have spent the better part of the last month reading and re-reading all of the comics that debuted in this industry changing re... Read More...

New Deadwardians #5 Review

New Deadwardians #5 Written by Dan Abnett Art by I. N. J. Culbard Review by Rajan Khanna New Deadwardians is a fascinating and unusual title, though I suppose that’s why it ended up at Vertigo. Set in... Read More...