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Aquaman/Suicide Squad: Sink Atlantis! by Rob Williams, Dan Abnett, José Luis and Joe Bennett (graphic novel review).

June 28, 2021 | By | Reply More
Aquaman/Suicide Squad: Sink Atlantis! by Rob Williams, Dan Abnett, José Luis and Joe Bennett (graphic novel review).

Well, at least I now know why Suicide Squad # 45-46 was segregated. It’s part of a five-parter with Aquaman # 38-40. Atlantis has risen from the ocean depths and the USA is getting agitated that it in or near their coastal waters. From the start I have confused thoughts on this. Whether its below […]

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The Legion Volume 2 by Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning and Oliver Coipel (graphic novel review).

December 28, 2018 | By | Reply More
The Legion Volume 2 by Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning and Oliver Coipel (graphic novel review).

My annual fix of Legion Of Super-Heroes starts with the second volume of Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning and Oliver Coipel, ‘The Legion’. With this version of the LSH, an explosion has propelled nine Legionnaires and part of the headquarters across the galaxy. With no way to get back, Element Lad placed them in tromium crystal […]

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Doctor Who: Land Of The Blind by Scott Gray, Dan Abnett, Lee Sullivan, Martin Geraghty, Graten Roberts & Nick Briggs (graphic novel review).

July 17, 2018 | By | Reply More
Doctor Who: Land Of The Blind by Scott Gray, Dan Abnett, Lee Sullivan, Martin Geraghty, Graten Roberts & Nick Briggs (graphic novel review).

After being off the air for four years, ‘Doctor Who Monthly’ changed its approach to its traditional comic-strip which, at the time, were continuing the adventures of the Seventh Doctor and often tied into the range of Virgin ‘New Adventures’ stories. With Virgin about to debut the ‘Missing Adventures’, it was time to dip the […]

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The Legion: Foundations by Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning and Chris Batista (graphic novel review).

December 21, 2016 | By | Reply More
The Legion: Foundations by Dan Abnett, Andy Lanning and Chris Batista (graphic novel review).

If you used the opening three pages of ‘The Legion: Foundations’ as the means to gauge the artistic merits of this graphic novel compiled from The Legion # 25-30 and The Legion Secret Files 3030’ from 2003-2004, you would probably put it back on the shelf. According to the back cover and opening credits, apart […]

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