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Elaine White's Life in Books
Elaine White's Life in Books rated it 3 years ago
It's not mind-blowing, but has decent plotting, good illustrations, and an interesting continuation of the plot started in issue 1. I'm not jumping to get the next issue, but I'll definitely read it at some point.
Elaine White's Life in Books
Elaine White's Life in Books rated it 3 years ago
This was an interesting take on the story I was first introduced to in the movie, Constantine. I loved the movie, but this one is very different, both in atmosphere, Constantine's personality, and the fact that he actually let an innocent die in this comic. It took me by surprise, even if I can sort...
Danielle's Reading Adventures
Danielle's Reading Adventures rated it 5 years ago
This was a trippy one. Wolverine wakes up in Hell, but there's no explanation for how he ended up there, at least not at the beginning. You find out dribs and drabs of information as the story goes along, but plenty of disturbing scenes in the process. I can't decide what was more disturbing: Wolver...
Danielle's Reading Adventures
Danielle's Reading Adventures rated it 6 years ago
I was a bit underwhelmed with the New 52 version of Constantine. While it does retain the darkness of the prior incarnation, it lacks some depth. I think that Constantine has a tendency to be the Trickster, always working angles and not above double-crossing people when it give him an advantage. How...
coffee & ink
coffee & ink rated it 8 years ago
Remender's Secret Avengers is hella more fun than Brubaker's. I don't particularly care about the overarching robot rebellion plot, which is in any case disrupted by Mandatory Summer Event Crossover Hijinks, but the writer and the characters seem to be having fun, and therefore so am I. I am espec...
Booklog
Booklog rated it 9 years ago
Good ideas. Bad writing. Really bad writing. Why is Geoff Johns considered one of the best writers of contemporary comics? He pales next to Busiek and Morrison.
Booklog
Booklog rated it 12 years ago
Fail. Luckily there are three semi-related stories in this collection. The Third Kryptonian story sucked big time, nothing significant here emotionally. You'd think the discovery of another live Kryptonian would be something of momentous importance to the Man of Steel, but apparently it's just an...
Booklog
Booklog rated it 12 years ago
Kurt Busiek is the only person who should be allowed to write Superman stories. The premise is fantastic. A year after Identity Crisis, Clark Kent is without his powers, the source of his current condition a mystery. How does the Universe's strongest hero deal with being an ordinary person? What...
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