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Rick Burchett
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Danielle's Reading Adventures
Danielle's Reading Adventures rated it 4 years ago
I actually read this a while ago, but forgot to mark it read on Goodreads. It was pretty good. I ship Batman and Wonder Woman, so it was nice to see them team up on a case in this. Unfortunately, I don't remember a lot of this, so I'll just have to leave it at I enjoyed it. :)
Tower of Iron Will
Tower of Iron Will rated it 5 years ago
Superhero comics are a bit of a puzzle. When the comics began in the 1930's they were aimed at an audience of younger kids. By the 1960's they were read by teens. Today the average comic book reader is in their thirties or forties. Rather than attracting the next generation of readers comics are an ...
Inkspot Fancy
Inkspot Fancy rated it 6 years ago
Never tell a hardcore DC fan that you think the Flash rogues gallery is a bit of a joke. Or rather, maybe you should, because then they might loan you this book. The Flash's Rogues are all working together, and that means a world of hurt for Wally West. But they are only one half of the "crossfire...
digitaltempest
digitaltempest rated it 7 years ago
This was fantastic. This story left me satisfied unlike The Hiketeia. Now don't get me wrong, The Hiketeia was very well written, but just felt abrupt and like it could've benefited from being much longer. Did not get this feeling here. I'm still a novice in the DC world, but Rucka created another g...
Maybe Tomorrow
Maybe Tomorrow rated it 7 years ago
I have been meaning to read this since No Man's Land because I wanted to understand Helena Bertinelli and understand why Batman was such a jerk to her then and now. Through her eyes, I saw Batman in a new, not so pleasant light. Rucka once again does a masterful job of baring the soul of a character...
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