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New 52: Futures End #14

80% of "New 52: Futures End" #14 consists of fight scenes (Emiko, Big Barda, Deathstroke, Plastique, Batman Beyond, etc.) and it's eroding a lot of good will that the book's writing staff built up a month ago.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Brian Azzarello, Jeff Lemire, Dan Jurgens, Keith Giffen
Artists:
Aaron Lopresti, Art Thibert
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
August 8th, 2014

New 52: Futures End #10

"New 52: Futures End" #10 is a title that's leveled out since those early issues, and while the future is still bleak, at least now there's some hope mixed in.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Brian Azzarello, Jeff Lemire, Dan Jurgens, Keith Giffen
Artists:
Aaron Lopresti, Art Thibert
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
July 10th, 2014

New 52: Futures End #7

With art from Aaron Lopresti and Art Thibert, "New 52: Futures End" #7 is an issue of transitions that doesn't do anything to further any of the divergent storylines opened to this point.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Brian Azzarello, Jeff Lemire, Dan Jurgens, Keith Giffen
Artists:
Keith Giffen, Aaron Lopresti, Art Thibert
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
June 19th, 2014

Teen Titans #27

Scott Lobdell and Tyler Kirkham are clearly in the end run of shutting down this series, and if "Teen Titans" #27 is any indication, they're favoring a scorched earth policy.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Scott Lobdell
Artists:
Tyler Kirkham, Scott McDaniel, Art Thibert
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
February 3rd, 2014

Detective Comics #26

John Layman and Aaron Lopresti bring Man-Bat out to fight Batman in "Detective Comics" #26.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
John Layman
Artists:
Aaron Lopresti, Art Thibert
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
December 5th, 2013

Earth 2 #15.2

Matt Kindt and Aaron Lopresti provide a peek into the possible secret origins of Grundy in the pages of "Earth 2 #15.2 Solomon Grundy."

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Matt Kindt
Artists:
Aaron Lopresti, Art Thibert
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
September 16th, 2013

Katana #4

With her blade broken and the imprisoned souls released from it, Tatsu Toro is in deep water in "Katana" #4 by writer Ann Nocenti and artist Alex Sanchez.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Ann Nocenti
Artists:
Alex Sanchez, Art Thibert
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
May 10th, 2013

Aquaman #17

Now that the throne has been fought for and decided, Geoff Johns and Paul Pelletier guide Aquaman through some tough decisions in "Aquaman" #17.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Geoff Johns
Artists:
Paul Pelletier, Sean Parsons
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
February 28th, 2013

Aquaman #16

Cyborg's Justice League Reserves lend a much-needed hand in "Aquaman" #16 as Geoff Johns and Paul Pelletier deliver the penultimate chapter of "Throne of Atlantis."

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Geoff Johns
Artists:
Paul Pelletier, Sean Parsons
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
February 4th, 2013

Earth 2 #8

The basic idea behind James Robinson and Yildiray Cinar's "Earth 2" #8 sounds good in an outline form, but the actual execution of the Steppenwolf and Fury show feels remarkably flat and dull.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
James Robinson
Artists:
Yildiray Cinar, Ryan Winn, Ruy Jose
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
January 14th, 2013

Aquaman #15

"Aquaman" #15 by Geoff Johns and Paul Pelletier continues the "Throne of Atlantis" crossover and shines a spotlight on Aquaman's anguish and loyalties as his past and present, his old family and new allies all converge inevitably

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Geoff Johns
Artists:
Paul Pelletier, Art Thibert, Karl Kesel
Reviewer:
Jennifer Cheng
December 28th, 2012

Savage Hawkman #14

"Savage Hawkman" #14 continues struggling to find its bearings following the departure of Rob Liefeld, despite the combined efforts of Frank Tieri, Joe Bennett and Jack Jadson.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Rob Liefeld, Frank Tieri
Artists:
Joe Bennett, Jack Jadson, Art Thibert, Wayne Faucher
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
December 3rd, 2012

Green Arrow #13

For new readers who might want to jump on board to "Green Arrow" #13 (between the #0 last month and the new show "Arrow" next week), Ann Nocenti and Freddie Williams II serve up an impenetrable story.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Ann Nocenti
Artists:
Freddie Williams II, Rob Hunter, Art Thibert, Tom Denerick
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
October 5th, 2012

Savage Hawkman

Rob Liefeld wraps up his run on Hawkman with "Savage Hawkman" #0, telling the story of how Hawkman came to possess the Nth metal in the New 52.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Rob Liefeld, Mark Poulton
Artists:
Joe Bennett, Art Thibert
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
October 1st, 2012

Deathstroke

Rob Liefeld's short run comes to a close with "Deathstroke" #0, with a dry, by-the-numbers retelling of Deathstroke's origin with a little Team 7 action added in for good measure.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Rob Liefeld
Artists:
Rob Liefeld, Adelso Corona, Cory Hamscher, Art Thibert
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
September 14th, 2012

Hawkman #9

Rob Liefeld's unimaginative cover aside, this issue of "Hawkman" tries to find some worthwhile facets of Hawkman to hang interesting stories on.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Rob Liefeld, Mark Poulton
Artists:
Joe Bennett, Art Thibert
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
May 25th, 2012

Deathstroke #2

"Deathstroke" tries to have its action cake and eat it too, but it bites off more than it can chew.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Kyle Higgins
Artists:
Joe Bennett, Art Thibert
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
October 13th, 2011

Deathstroke #1

A relaunched universe needs its bad guys and mercenaries, doesn’t it? That’d be why Deathstroke’s here.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Kyle Higgins
Artists:
Joe Bennett, Art Thibert
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
September 18th, 2011

Doom Patrol #22

“Flash-what? They do realize we’re in the middle of the climactic- how many copies per month?”

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Keith Giffen
Artists:
Ron Randall, Art Thibert
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
May 5th, 2011

Doom Patrol #21

“Yeah. Th’ damn song. That’s th’ first thing I remember about that day. ‘Mr. Roboto’. . .God I hated that song.”

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Keith Giffen
Artists:
Matthew Clark, Ron Randall, Art Thibert
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
April 8th, 2011

Doom Patrol #20

“Right. Any chance I can talk to someone ain’t a monkey?”

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Keith Giffen
Artists:
Matthew Clark, Ron Randall, Jose Luis, Scott McDaniel, John Livesay, Scott Clark, Dave Beaty, Art Thibert
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
March 9th, 2011

Doom Patrol #19

“Aww fer th’ luvva. . . since when do we got a #@*#in’ volcano?”

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Keith Giffen
Artists:
Matthew Clark, Ron Randall, Art Thibert, Sean Parsons
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
February 19th, 2011

JSA All-Stars #13

After a fun first half, "JSA All-Stars" and its spotlight on Cyclone grinds to a conclusion.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Matthew Sturges
Artists:
Howard Porter, Art Thibert
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
December 3rd, 2010

JSA All-Stars #12

"JSA All-Stars" shifts to a focus on the underused Cyclone, and it's about time.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Matthew Sturges
Artists:
Howard Porter, Art Thibert
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
November 3rd, 2010

Doc Savage #4

How can a Doc Savage story be dull and boring? Like this, apparently

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Paul Malmont, Jason Starr
Artists:
Howard Porter, Art Thibert, Scott Hampton
Reviewer:
Timothy Callahan
July 19th, 2010

Doc Savage #1

Doc Savage versus lightning! A solid first issue with a really strong second feature in “Justice, Inc.”

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Paul Malmont, Jason Starr
Artists:
Howard Porter, Art Thibert, Scott Hampton
Reviewer:
Chad Nevett
April 14th, 2010

Brightest Day

After the "Blackest Night," there must be a "Brightest Day," if for no other reason than to sell some comics.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Geoff Johns, Peter J. Tomasi
Artists:
Fernando Pasarin, John Dell, Cam Smith, Prentiss Rollins, Dexter Vines, Art Thibert
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
April 14th, 2010

Batman: Streets of Gotham #7

Easily Paul Dini's best issue to date, "Batman: Streets of Gotham" reads like a disturbing episode of "Batman: The Animated Series."

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Paul Dini, Marc Andreyko
Artists:
Dustin Nguyen, Cliff Richards, Derek Fridolfs, Art Thibert
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
December 21st, 2009

Trinity #52

"Trinity" comes to a close with more of an epilogue than a final chapter, but it's still a satisfying conclusion.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Kurt Busiek, Fabian Nicieza
Artists:
Mark Bagley, Mike Norton, Tom Denerick, Scott McDaniel, Art Thibert, John Stanisci, Wayne Faucher, Andy Owens
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
May 30th, 2009

Trinity #30

Kurt Busiek, Mark Bagley, and company continue on their year-long trek through "Trinity" and end up spinning a fun alternate-universe comic not quite like any other.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Kurt Busiek, Fabian Nicieza
Artists:
Mark Bagley, Mike Norton, Art Thibert, Ande Parks
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
December 28th, 2008

Trinity #26

DC’s third weekly series is half over and nearly impenetrable with almost a complete disconnect from the DCU.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Kurt Busiek, Fabian Nicieza
Artists:
Mark Bagley, Art Thibert, Scott McDaniel, Andy Owens
Reviewer:
Chad Nevett
November 26th, 2008

Trinity #21

While the series has improved in the past month, this issue isn't one of the best.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Kurt Busiek, Fabian Nicieza
Artists:
Mark Bagley, Scott McDaniel, Art Thibert, Andy Owens
Reviewer:
Timothy Callahan
October 27th, 2008

Trinity #18

Trinity's second act begins on a high note, as a DC world without Superman, Batman, and Wonder Woman takes shape.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Kurt Busiek, Fabian Nicieza
Artists:
Mark Bagley, Art Thibert, Scott McDaniel,Andy Owens
Reviewer:
Benjamin Birdie
October 6th, 2008

Trinity #12

"Trinity" marches on, relentlessly, and with a flair for the average.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Kurt Busiek, Fabian Nicieza
Artists:
Mark Bagley, Mike Norton, Art Thibert, Karl Kesel
Reviewer:
Timothy Callahan
August 25th, 2008

Trinity #3

In its third week, "Trinity" starts coming together. Mike Norton and Jerry Ordway's secondary story art is a visual treat.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Kurt Busiek, Fabian Nicieza
Artists:
Mark Bagley, Art Thibert, Mike Norton, Jerry Ordway
Reviewer:
Benjamin Birdie
June 21st, 2008

Trinity #2

The hesitations in reaction to the first issue are erased with the second, as things come together and characters become interesting.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Kurt Busiek, Fabian Nicieza
Artists:
Mark Bagley, Art Thibert, Tom Derenick, Wayne Faucher
Reviewer:
Benjamin Birdie
June 12th, 2008

Trinity #1

"Trinity" is a book filled with great promise and trustworthy creators, but the first issue's structure makes it an unsatisfying opening for the new weekly series.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Kurt Busiek, Fabian Nicieza
Artists:
Mark Bagley, Art Thibert, Scott McDaniel, Andy Owens
Reviewer:
Benjamin Birdie
June 4th, 2008

Trinity #1

It's a slow start for DC's new weekly series, but the character building sequences alone are worth the price of admission, and holds great potential for the year to come.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Kurt Busiek, Fabian Nicieza
Artists:
Mark Bagley, Scott McDaniel, Art Thibert, Andy Owens
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
June 4th, 2008

Huntress: Year One #1

New writer Ivory Madison presents a fierce, tormented Helena Bertinelli.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Ivory Madison
Artists:
Cliff Richards, Art Thibert
Reviewer:
Timothy Callahan
May 15th, 2008
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