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Joshua Williamson
Joshua Williamson writes comics, kids books and lives in Portland OR, home of big trees, rain, Oni Press and Dark Horse. He has been published by DC Comics, Marvel, Oni Press, Image, Dark Horse, Desperado and some others soon to be announced. show more

Joshua Williamson writes comics, kids books and lives in Portland OR, home of big trees, rain, Oni Press and Dark Horse. He has been published by DC Comics, Marvel, Oni Press, Image, Dark Horse, Desperado and some others soon to be announced.
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Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 1 month ago
That was where a lot of the plot points came from, okay, that makes more sense of the one I read on Saturday. This shows when people get hit by lightning and get the speed force and one of them is one of the detectives and he discovers what he can do and the power becomes very, very attractive. ...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 1 month ago
So I've got a new work PC that required a cleanup of my desk, which cascaded a little and I found a few "I should read that" books, including a couple of graphic novels, which are quick reads for me, so they're getting read. This was an interesting series of stories with different Flash and Kid Fl...
drallapaul
drallapaul rated it 4 months ago
In this volume (which is meaningless if you haven't read the previous volumes), we are heading for final confrontations and this volume is virtually one long fight between the various protagonists (Kylen, Mikey, Kallista, Mastema) resulting in death and destruction. Still well-illustrated and inte...
Grimlock ♥ Inhumans
Grimlock ♥ Inhumans rated it 4 months ago
I liked the first issue, but not enough to pay like four or five bucks for every issue. (And then I'd have to buy the Justice League tie-ins, too.) Also, I think said co-worker was right: this went downhill. It because a convoluted mess with an unsatisfactory ending. Perhaps if they'd done ...
drallapaul
drallapaul rated it 5 months ago
This volume seems to bring the whole six volumes' plot to a conclusion. With a fair amount of bloody violence and a large amount of denouement, all the surviving characters come together and the fate of Buckaroo, the home of loads of serial killers, is decided. Despite the horror / bloody plot (no...
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