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Graphic Policy’s Top Comic Picks this Week!

We Stand on GuardWednesdays are new comic book day! Each week hundreds of comics are released, and that can be pretty daunting to go over and choose what to buy. That’s where we come in!

We’re bringing back something we haven’t done for a while, what the team thinks. Our contributors are choosing up to five books each week and why they’re choosing the books.

Find out what folks think below, and what comics you should be looking out for this Wednesday.

Brett

We Stand on Guard #1 (Image Comics) – Brian K Vaughn is taking on giant robots and Canada. Sign me up. I’ve been awaiting this one since it was announced at Image Expo.

The Bunker #12 (Oni Press) – Josh Fialkov’s time travel comic has been amazing with each issue and the fact is, I have no idea what will happen. It’s just beyond amazing and one of my favorite comics.

Red Skull #1 (Marvel) – If there’s one character that can mess up Doom’s new world, I’m convinced it’s the Red Skull. Maybe we’ll get the first hints as to how Doom will fall here?

Secret Wars #4 (Marvel) – The first three issues were solid in the best Marvel event in quite some time. It’s interesting to see where it all goes, and I’m along for the ride.

The Wicked + The Divine #12 (Image Comics) – Did you read the last issue? That alone is the reason I’m looking for this one. I seriously have no idea what’s happening next.

 

Alex

Top Pick: Will Eisner’s The Spirit #1 (Dynamite Entertainment) – I’m a sucker for anything set in the 40’s, and the Spirit is no exception. I’ve been looking forward to this ever since I heard the comic was being released. I even though the movie was pretty decent. Did I just lose my nerd-cred?

Detective Comics #42 (DC Comics) – I’ve always been a closet Harvey Bullock fan, so to have at least a two-part story focused exclusively on him? There is no way I couldn’t pick this up.

We Stand On Guard #1 (Image Comics)A military comic that features giant robots and is written by Brian K Vaughn? What’s not to love?

 

Elana

Top Pick (tie) The Wicked + The Divine #12 (Image Comics) – Ack! My heart! It’s been smashed somewhere on the floor! It’s listening to “People Who Died” and “Rock and Roll Suicide” on repeat.

But Don’t You Cry Tonight (Gillen/McKelvie still love you, baby). There’s an underworld bellow us (BAYBAAHH) and Persephone is the goddess who comes back from the dead every spring.

This month’s issue is a flashback to Inanna’s origins. So put on Purple Rain and pretend you don’t know what’s to come.

Top Pick (tie) The Humans #6 (Image Comics) – It’s been reported that this issue is going to start giving us some more material about the women in The Humans and Johnny’s long lost former girlfriend. I’ve always appreciated how even in this male-centered story all of the female characters are easily identifiable and unique. This issue could make good on that promise.

But that’s not what I read this comic for. That’s just my intellect talking. I read it because it’s in my guts. (Teaser of a thought piece I’m working on).

It’s safe to say this comic will continue to be some of the best crafted, most addictive, least office appropriate reading you’ll find.

A-Force #2 (Marvel) – All of everyone’s favorite female heroes on one team! I was a bit thrown off by this new issues’s summary page. It describes Sister Grimm and Ms. America as foster sisters. Brett and I had interpreted them as a romantic couple. But let’s see where this goes. Hopefully there will be girl kissing and sharks being punched. And more She-Hulk.

Airboy #2 (Image Comics) – Hey Kids! Airboy is appearing in a comic of the same name! But I’m not reading this for a WWII Boy Adventurer. I’m here for the gonzo struggles of the artist as a middle aged man. (Read my review of issue 1 to find out more.) Will this comic’s writer and artist– this story’s actual protagonists– despoil the golden lad of the Golden Age? Pretty sure all of the hangovers we’re ever had, all put together are less interesting then the hangover that this creative team is about to experience (and they invite us along for the ride).

I want to warn our readers that there is seriously transphobic content in issue 2. I did not have a review copy when I put this issue on my picks list and wrote my endorsement based on my having enjoyed issue 1. Now, having read this issue I am not endorsing it.  We will be discussing the problems with it soon. I’m really disappointed.

For more on this, you can read our post “Airboy Crashes and Burns With Transphobic Second Issue

Years of Future Past #2 (Marvel) – This Secret Wars title seems to have gone entirely under the radar. That’s a shame. It’s a Claremonterrific spin-off of the classic X-Men Future Dystopia, the one that birthed all those crazy X-Men continuities. The book’s got heavy handed but emotionally resonant political metaphor to spare. It also has Kitty Pryde married to Colossus (though he’s only the 2nd best member of the Rasputin family for her to be in love with) and they have a daughter! And she meets Logan’s mysterious son “Cameron”. Ooooo. Who’s he named for?

 

Mr. H

Top Pick: Secret Wars #4 (Marvel Comics) – Sheriff Strange, Lord Doom. Marvel’s version of Game of Thrones continues and it’s been epic! Unlike Convergence, part of me doesn’t want to see it end. If only Doom can win…

Action Comics #42 (DC Comics) – Truth continues and we see the “Man” without the “Steel” try to adapt and overcome everything put in his path. Last month was a joy and I’m waiting to see where this month takes us. Hopefully up, up and further!

Barb Wire #1 (Dark Horse Comics) The return of the bounty hunting Babe! Adam Hughes cover alone sold me on this one. If the inside is as good as the cover, I won’t need to keep the receipt.

Green Lantern #42 (DC Comics) – Everyone’s favorite renegade: Han.. er.. Hal Jordan continues his outlaw journey through the cosmos without the Corps by his side. Doesn’t mean it won’t be any less action packed!

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #47 (IDW Publishing) – Evil Baxter Stockman, a horde of Mousers and half- shelled heroes. Is it 1984 again? That’s well and ok with me! Me thinks it’s Cowabunga time again!

 

Paul

Top Pick: A-Force #2 (Marvel) – All the women from the Marvel Universe on an island, fighting and protecting their island from outside threats…led by She-Hulk? YES PLEASE!  This is one of the few Secret Wars tie ins that I have really enjoyed, AND it has been reported this title will survive as an on-going title with the MU figures itself out.  I highly recommend getting on board with this one.

X-Tinction Agenda #2 (Marvel) – The second Secret Wars tie-in I really enjoyed, this title sees Havok and the mutants of Genosha dying from a virus running rampant, and their only hope is charging into X-City against Phoenix and taking the help they need to save their people.  Definitely a show down I look forward to seeing.

Years of Future Past #2 (Marvel) – Kate Pryde, along with her parents Shawdowcat and Colossus, have broken free from their prison, and with a handful of fellow mutants, have to race through their ruined city to try and save their surviving friends.  I’ve always enjoyed stories showing a bleaker future, and how the X-Men, no matter their numbers, band together to try and set things right.

 

Review: Justice League of America #1

jla001The DC Comics Universe is in a bit of flux at the moment.  Superman has been depowered to a degree and Batman is presumed dead and Jim Gordon has replaced him.  With DC’s two most popular character out of commission, it makes the present continuity a little challenging, especially as a few of the other major characters are undergoing some changes as well.  Some simply don’t recognize these changes, as the Darkseid War in Justice League attests to, but other series are trying to stay current with the changes elsewhere.  This newest series of the Justice League acts as a bit of middle-of-the-road approach to giving fans the heroes that they are used to.  Superman is still Clark Kent in his secret identity at the Daily Planet, Batman is still alive, and Wonder Woman’s costume hasn’t changed.  In short this story is based sometime in since the founding of the Justice League and the beginning of the new 52, a period which is said to be five years but which has not been explored in great detail thus far since the DC relaunch.

This oversized issue has two basic plot points that are presumably somewhat linked together.  In the first Superman is dealing with a mysterious organization led by a mysterious scientist who is somehow pulling a dead or dying Superman out of the timestream, but on numerous occasions, and appeals to the present Superman to find answers.  Meanwhile the remainder of the Justice League has been drawn to a power plant in Metropolis as a supervillain unknowingly lies in ambush for them.  While the first half of the story adds a bit of intrigue, it is soon taken over by the second half and this quickly turns into an all out brawl that the League is best known for.  A relatively significant developments occur and the characters are left at the end to deal with a new threat.

The approach here is an interesting one.  While there is change underway with the heroes elsewhere at DC, this is evidently a case of “if it ain’t broke, then don’t fix it.”  By throwing the heroes back to an earlier time the die hard DC fan can get their dose of their favorite heroes while DC also tries to appeal to some new fans with the different versions of Batman and Superman in other places across its universe.  As it stands this works pretty well, a relatively common story for the Justice League, but also one which pulls out all the stops and goes for a big show as opposed to a slower approach.  It is big and brash but also a lot of fun, and worth a look for those that miss their usual heroes.

Story: Bryan Hitch Art: Wade Von Grawbadger and Bryan Hitch
Story: 8.3 Art: 8.3 Overall: 8.3 Recommendation: Read

Fashion Spotlight: GreenPool, Team Redpuff Boys, and Merc with No Bunghole

Ript Apparel has three designs for Marvel fans. GreenPool, Team Redpuff Boys, and Merc with No Bunghole from hugohugo, PrimePremne, and mud will be for sale on June 13, 2015 only!

GreenPool by hugohugo

GreenPool

Team Redpuff Boys by PrimePremne

Team Redpuff Boys

Merc with No Bunghole by mud

Merc with No Bunghole

 

 

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Diamond Select Toys Coming This Fall: New Items from Batman, Aliens, Godzilla, PvZ and Kevin Smith!

The motto of Diamond Select Toys is “The Best of All Worlds,” and this new batch of products scheduled for late 2015 comes from a lot of worlds! Whether it’s the physical worlds of Earth, Oa, Krypton and LV-426, or the thematic worlds of cartoons (Batman: The Animated Series), movies (Godzilla), and video games (Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare), these new items definitely span a galaxy or three. Check out what’s coming out below!

Aliens Minimates 2-Packs Series 2 Asst.

A Diamond Select Toys release! The game is not over, man! DST returns to the world of the classic 1986 action movie Aliens with an all-new assortment of 2-packs! Four new sets include Pvt. Vasquez with Pvt. Hudson, Jumpsuit Ripley with Newt, Pvt. Frost with Burning Alien and a rare, one-per-case set that has Pvt. Crowe with Attacking Alien and Eggs! Each 2-inch Minimates mini-figure features 14 points of articulation and fully interchangpeable parts and accessories. Packaged on a blister card. Designed by Art Asylum! (Item #JUN152094, SRP: $9.99/ea.)

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Batman Animated Series Harley Quinn Resin Bust

A Diamond Select Toys release! Add some laughs to your bust collection with the Harlequin of Crime! Dr. Harleen Quinzell, a.k.a. Harley Quinn, is the second bust in DST’s line or resin busts based on Batman: The Animated Series! Capturing Bruce Timm’s timeless design in three dimensions, this approximately 6” tall bust of the Joker’s madcap assistant sits atop a decorative base inspired by the show and comes packaged in a full-color box with a certificate of authenticity.  Limited to 3,000 pieces! (Item #JUN152096, SRP: $59.99)

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Batman Animated Series Femme Fatales Batgirl PVC Statue

A Diamond Select Toys release! Gotham City’s gorgeous guardian is the next Femme Fatales PVC Statue to come out of Batman: The Animated Series! Based on Bruce Timm’s timeless designs, this approximately 9-inch tall statue depicts Batgirl, a.k.a. Barbara Gordon, in full crimefighting mode, and is the perfect addition to your Femme Fatales statue collection. Comes packaged in a full-color window box. Also available: Supergirl and Poison Ivy! (Item #JUN152097, SRP: $45.00)

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Back to the Future Time Machine Bottle Opener

A Diamond Select Toys release! Remember that time you wanted a refreshing rink, but didn’t have a bottle opener? Well, now you can plan for the future with this sculpted 4” metal bottle opener depicting the famous time machine from Back to the Future! It won’t travel back in time to open past drinks for you, but the magnets on the wheels will keep it mounted on your refrigerator so it will always be there, time after time. Comes packaged in a full-color slip case. (Item #JUN152100, SRP: $18.00)

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Femme Fatales Tarot Version 2 PVC Statue

A Diamond Select Toys release! The first Tarot Femme Fatales statue was one of DST’s most popular ever, so DST is reteaming with Broadsword Comics for an all-new take on the titular enchantress! Featuring an entirely new sculpt, this PVC statue of Tarot, Witch of the Black Rose, measures approximately 9 inches tall atop an open-book display base, with a large sword and her pet cat Pooka.  Packaged in a full-color window box. Sculpted by Sam Greenwell! Coming soon: Raven Hex Version 2! (Item #JUN152099, SRP: $45.00)

TarotStatue

Godzilla Classic Rodan 1993 Vinyl Figural Bank

A Diamond Select Toys release! Whether you be a friend, foe, or Godzilla himself, beware the coming of Rodan! The giant winged pteranodon began his film career as a threat to Godzilla and the world, but since then has become one of Godzilla’s occasional allies, battling invaders from outer space to protect his home planet. This 8” vinyl bank is based on Rodan’s appearance in 1993’s Godzilla vs. MechaGodzilla II, and has a wingspan of 10 inches! With a coin slot on the back and a removable head, you’ll be able to save your change for the next Godzilla bank release! Sculpted by Gentle Giant Studios! (Item #JUN152102, SRP: $29.99)

GodzillaRodanBank

Gotham Minimates Series 1 Box Set

A Diamond Select Toys release! One of the biggest shows on TV just got tiny! Based on the smash TV show Gotham, this box set of four different Minimates mini-figures kicks off a full line of characters taken from the lawless streets of Gotham City.  Detective Jim Gordon, Chief Sarah Essen, forensic scientist Edward Nygma and brutal businessman Black Mask each stand approximately 2” tall with 14 points of articulation, and each features interchangeable parts and accessories. Packaged on a full-color blister card. Designed by Art Asylum! (Item #JUN152105, SRP: $19.99)

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Justice League Animated Green Lantern Battery Vinyl Bank

A Diamond Select Toys release! Always wanted to join the Green Lantern Corps, but couldn’t afford the gear? Now you can save the galaxy and save some green at the same time! This nearly 12” tall vinyl bank is designed after the Green Lantern power battery seen in the Justice League animated series, but with a coin slot on top and an access door in the base, making this more than just your average prop replica. It’s just like a real power battery, except instead of storing energy, it stores your change! Packaged in a clear polybag. (Item #JUN152104, SRP: $29.99)

GreenLanternBank

Podcast Pals Kevin Smith & Jason Mewes Vinimates Vinyl Figure 2-Pack

A Diamond Select Toys release! Jason Mewes and Kevin Smith have visited your home through the magic of podcasts, but now they can live in your home forever, as vinyl figures! Better known as Jay and Silent Bob, Jason and Kevin are best buds, whether they’re on stage, on-screen or in a recording studio, and now these 4” Vinimates vinyl figures of the pair are packaged together, joined forever in plastic matrimony (at least until you open the box). Sculpted in the Minimates block-figure style, these two static figures come packaged in a full-color window box. Designed by Art Asylum! (Item #JUN152095, SRP: $19.99)

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Marvel Select Savage Hulk Action Figure

A Diamond Select Toys release! Whenever a new Hulk figure appears in the Marvel Select line, the results are always “smashing”! Based on the character’s earliest appearances, this all-new Savage Hulk action figure wears the tattered outfit that harkens back to his origins, when nuclear scientist Dr. Bruce Banner was caught in an atomic blast and first transformed from a man into a monster. Sculpted by superstar Marvel Select sculptor Gabriel Marquez, this Hulk figure stands approximately 9 3/4″ inches tall with 14 points of articulation. He comes packaged in oversized Select-style packaging, perfect for display or storage, with reference artwork on the spine. (Item #JUN152106, SRP: $24.99)

SavageHulk

My Little Pony Dr. Whooves Vinyl Bank

A Diamond Select Toys release! The mysterious pony with the hourglass cutie mark is now the mysterious sixth vinyl bank in the My Little Pony series by DST! Based on his appearance in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, this pony (sometimes known as “Time Turner”) sets all the clocks in Ponyville, and is sure to delight any fan of the popular animated series. Not just a pretty sculpt, this 7” vinyl bank has a coin slot in the base for storing your spare change, and an access door for getting it out again. Packaged in a clear polybag. (Item #JUN152103, SRP: $22.99)

DrWhooves

Plants Vs. Zombies Garden Warfare Select Deluxe Yeti Figure

A Diamond Select Toys release! Are the Plants winning in your Plants vs. Zombies toy collection? Even the odds a little with DST’s deluxe action figure of the Zombies’ secret weapon, the Yeti! Measuring approximately 8 inches tall, this oversized Zombie comrade features multiple points of articulation, and comes packaged in the famous Select-style packaging, perfect for display or storage, with reference artwork on the spine. (Item #JUN152101, SRP: $24.99)

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Superman Animated Logo Metal Bottle Opener

A Diamond Select Toys release! Faster than a speeding bullet! More powerful than a locomotive! Able to remove a bottlecap in a single bound! Draw on the strength of the Man of Steel with this solid metal bottle opener in the shape of the Superman logo from Superman: The Animated Series. Like Superman himself, this 4” opener can bend metal and remove bottlecaps with ease, and two magnets on the back allow it to hover on your refrigerator until it’s time to swoop in and save the day! Packaged in a full-color slipcase. (Item #JUN152098, SRP: $18.00)

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It was new comic book day yesterday! What did everyone read and enjoyed?

Around the Tubes

Publisher’s Weekly – 13 Great LGBTQ Comics – Some great suggestions.

DC Comics – Download the Official Bat-Mite Photobomber App – This got me to laugh.

Calgary Herald – Artists come to comic book shop owner’s rescue after thieves break in and steal merchandise – Fantastic to see this happening.

iO9 – Finally, A Hulkbuster Toy That Can Fit An Iron Man Figure Inside Itself – This figure is awesome.

 

Around the Tubes Reviews

Comic Vine – Action Comics #41

Comic Vine – Airboy #1

The Beat – Airboy #1

Comic Vine – Amazing Spider-Man: Renew Your Vows #1

Comic Vine – Armor Wars #1

Comic Vine – Batman Beyond #1

The Outhousers – Brides of Helheim #6

Comic Vine – Darth Vader #6

Comic Vine – Green Lantern #41

Comic Vine – Justice League #41

Comic Vine – Secret Wars #3

Talking Comics – Secret Wars Journal #1

Comic Vine – X-Tinction Agenda #1

Comic Vine – Years of Future Past #1

Review: Green Lantern #41

Green Lantern #41 Cover“Renegade”! Beginning a new chapter in Hal Jordan’s life as he becomes the universe’s most wanted outlaw! And wait till you meet Hal’s new partner, Darlene – she’s definitely not what you’re expecting!

I’ve read DC’s various Green Lantern series for years at this point, but fell off in recent months as I got distracted, and a glut of comics were released (sadly something had to go). This issue felt like a perfect hopping on point, to see what I’ve been missing, and it’s been a decent amount apparently.

Green Lantern #41 marks the beginning of a new status-quo for Hal Jordan as he’s on the run, a wanted man, and sporting some tech to get him his green glow.

Writer Robert Venditti has been on the job as part of the team dismantling the Green Lantern universe in a way. There was a point, while fun, the GL world was bloated with characters, and rings (it was if Oprah was giving them away). Now Venditti, and the other writers tackling other facets, have pared that world down, stripping rings, and leaving us one hell of a mystery as to what happened to the Green Lantern Corps at the end of the book.

Jordan is again the loner, brash pilot who’s off doing good, but doing it the way he sees fit. There’s a freshness about it, including an updated look for Jordan that I really dig.

Helping Venditti is Billy Tan and Mark Irwin on art. As expected, the art is fantastic. For some reason the various Green Lantern books have been blessed with solid art over the past few years (as long as I can remember). That continues here with aliens that look cool, and a display of action that enhances the writing. There’s some very cool moments that pop art wise.

A fantastic starting point, this issue not only has me excited for what’s to come, but also has me wanting to go back and see what I’ve missed.

Story: Robert Venditti Art: Billy Tan, Mark Irwin
Story: 8 Art: 8 Overall: 8 Recommendation: Read

DC Comics provided Graphic Policy with a FREE copy for review

Review: Justice League #41

jl41After a lead-in issue, the Darkseid War starts here, and for those that had been let down after looking for something more monumental in Convergence, there might be some salvation here.  The title is one that was least affected by Convergence, getting a one-month break as opposed to the two for most other titles.  The previous title introduced the fact that Darkseid and the anti-Monitor are a lot more closely related than previously indicated, and this issue builds on that and more as the steps to an all-out war come closer, a war that has been brewing since the first story arc of this new 52 title.

The action doesn’t start with the Justice League, even though it soon comes back to them.  Instead the story focuses on who is apparently going to be a defining character in this story arc, Mister Miracle.  As he weaves his way out of and then back into Apokolips, he gives insight into what is happening and what he hopes to accomplish.  Although the Terminator like sub-plot with Lashina and Kanto seems to be its own thing, it ties back into the Mister Miracle side of the story as well, with an equally great last minute reveal as happened in the lead-in issue.  This story also ties heavily into the one focused on the Crime Syndicate from Forever Evil, and builds well on this former crossover, tying the two together.

There are definitely a lot of players associated here, and while the issue does well enough to follow up on the developments of the previous issue, there is a bit of a dropoff in tone.  Part of this is the ease by which Darkseid’s daughter manages to lay waste to the Justice League, a common enough ploy to establish a new villain as particularly threatening, even if her demise is assured by the end of this story arc.  As it stands though this issue is saved by the role of Mister Miracle, as opposed to the relatively regular story of an alien invasion which the Justice League has to deal with, Mr. Miracle gives this story a heart that manages to keep it moving along through its disparate story elements.  There are certainly bigger fireworks to follow, but for the time being this issue manages to put all the players in place while also giving the reader someone new to cheer for.

Story: Geoff Johns Art: Jason Fabok
Story: 8.7 Art: 8.7 Overall: 8.7 Recommendation: Buy

Fashion Spotlight: F-Bobomb, For The Corps, and Sheldon is LOST

Ript Apparel has three new designs today. F-Bobomb, For The Corps, and Sheldon is LOST from DannMatthews, thom2maro, and RicoMambo will be for sale on April 16, 2015 only!

 

F-Bobomb by DannMatthews

F-Bobomb

For The Corps by thom2maro

For The Corps

Sheldon is LOST by RicoMambo

Sheldon is LOST

 

 

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Star Trek and Green Lantern Come Together in July

Green Lantern Star Trek 2IDW Publishing, CBS Consumer Products and DC Entertainment announced yesterday that they will boldly go where no one has gone before…in brightest day, in blackest night. Two iconic franchises will meet this summer in a legendary crossover event with the release of a six-part comic book miniseries, Star Trek/Green Lantern: The Spectrum War. Both Star Trek and Green Lantern are known for their strong cast of interstellar characters and when they come together for the first time this July, fans new and old are sure to experience a galaxy-sized thrill.

Star Trek/Green Lantern: The Spectrum War is six-part monthly mini-series and will be written by veteran Star Trek comic writer Mike Johnson with interior art by Angel HernandezStar Trek/Green Lantern: The Spectrum War #1 will be available in stores and online in July, boasting covers from Gabriel Rodriguez, Francesco Francavilla, Elsa Charretier, and Garry Brown. Following issues will feature covers from an amazing lineup that includes Declan Shalvey, Marc Laming, and more!

Green Lantern Star Trek 1An entire universe of Green Lanterns and other supporting characters have grown out from his original adventures in the 1940’s, and this series really showcases the intergalactic scope of the franchise.

A pop culture mainstay for almost 50 years, Star Trek’s fan base continues to grow exponentially with the new feature films in 2009 and 2013. Now all Star Trek fans can watch their favorite U.S.S. Enterprise crew members meet Hal Jordan and the entire Green Lantern Corps in an adventure that spans space, time and all the colors of the spectrum. Set in Star Trek’s 23rd Century, the balance of the universe will be tested when the Green Lantern Corps’ Power Rings come into the possession of certain Star Trek characters while a dark and powerful evil looms around every corner.  Only the combined power of the Green Lantern Corp and the Federation stand any chance of stopping those who worship evil’s might.

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It was new comic book day yesterday. What have you enjoyed so far?

Around the Tubes

Tech Times – The Best Comic Books With Female Leads – Not sure why this is tech, but a good list.

CBR – Warner Bros. CEO Says Diversity Refutes Superhero Fatigue – Interesting.

 

Around the Tubes Reviews

Talking Comics – All-New Hawkeye #1

Comic Vine – All-New Hawkeye #1

Comic Vine – Avengers #42

Comic Vine – Batman Eternal #48

Comic Vine – Big Man Plans #1

Outhousers – Big Man Plans #1

Comic Vine – Descender #1

Vox – Descender #1

Comic Vine – Detective Comics #40

Comic Vine – Green Lantern #40

Comic Vine – Hulk #12

Comic Vine – Imperium #2

CBR – Jem and the Holograms #1

Outhousers – Lady Killer #3

Comic Vine – Nailbiter/Hack/Slash #1

Outhousers – Neverboy #1

Comic Vine – Princess Leia #1

Comic Vine – Return of the Living Deadpool #2

Comic Vine – Spider-Woman #5

BlogCritics – Syllabus

Comic Vine – X-O Manowar #34

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