August 26 2020 – Comic Book Reviews
A second issue proves this series is going full-speed ahead in its narrative filled with fun visuals and fantastic writing. So far, a worthy successor to the original series and it’ll be exciting to see where it heads from here.
Batman: Three Jokers 1
Thirty years after Batman: The Killing Joke changed comics forever, Three Jokers reexamines the myth of who, or what, The Joker is and what is at the heart of his eternal battle with Batman. New York Times bestselling writer Geoff Johns and Jason Fabok, the writer/artist team that waged the “Darkseid War” in the pages of Justice League, reunite to tell the ultimate story of Batman and The Joker!
“Finish Line” part two of six! After years of manipulation, the Reverse-Flash has at last destroyed the Flash Family! But they aren’t going down without a fight as they race together to save the soul of Barry Allen! Can the return of allies from the Flash’s past be enough to stop the Reverse-Flash?
X-Men #11 gives readers a sight they haven’t seen in a long time- Magneto cutting through his foes like a hot knife through butter, and it’s glorious. Hickman and Yu work together perfectly to give readers a treat they haven’t had since Magneto joined the X-Men way back in the Utopia days and capture the force of nature that is Magneto. X-Men #11 is as close to perfect as one can ge
X-Factor #2 presents a brand new look at Mojoworld that’s perfect- it’s exactly the right kind of evolution for a place obsessed with entertainment. Williams keeps the whole thing nice and light with the dialogue, but it doesn’t sabotage the book’s tone at all. Baldeon’s art is the icing on the cake. X-Factor #2 builds an intriguing mystery- what happened in Mojoworld and who was murdered- and keeps things light and exciting.