Review: Nocterra #2

As the story of Val Riggs continues, her ability to overcome obstacles similarly continues. While stopping in the Neon Grove, Scott Snyder, Tony S. Daniel, and Tomeu bring a new layer of depth and intensity to the story. Things are not looking good for Val. Her brother Emory is getting worse, and traveling in aContinue reading “Review: Nocterra #2”

Nocterra: The Sky has Fallen

When Scott Snyder and Tony S. Daniel announced they’d be working on a Kickstarter together, all eyes were on the duo. Taking a step back from DC to work on a creative project, the two quickly gained enough money for Kickstarter to meet its goal. And if you blinked and missed it, the first issueContinue reading “Nocterra: The Sky has Fallen”

Review: Dark Nights Death Metal: The Last Stories of the DC Universe

Dark Nights Death Metal: The Last Stories of the DC Universe is a lovely farewell story to the DC Rebirth initiative. For a while now, it’s seemed like the rebirth concept had been fading, but with Dark Nights: Death Metal coming to a close ( and DC Future State on the rise) it’s been madeContinue reading “Review: Dark Nights Death Metal: The Last Stories of the DC Universe”

Death Metal 3: Setting the Stage

After a disturbing and heartbreaking night at DC Comics, Death Metal 3 sheds some light on DC fans in these dark times. Dark Nights Death Metal is set to be the biggest event in recent DC history and this week’s issue opens with Batman (who is riding a new bat-cycle of sorts), Wonder Woman, andContinue reading “Death Metal 3: Setting the Stage”

Review: Death Metal #1 Rocks it out of the Park

When Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo confirmed that there would be a Metal sequel, fans rejoiced. The original event was a smashing hit, and it left an unmistakably important impact on DC continuity. However, one issue in and it seems to have already set the stage for a crisis level event at the very least.Continue reading “Review: Death Metal #1 Rocks it out of the Park”