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Archie #648

Former "Thor" writer Tom DeFalco creates a funny and enjoyable parody of The Thunder God in "Archie" #648, by transforming Archie into the Clod of Thunder while he and artists Fernando Ruiz and Rich Koslowski stay true to all character

Publisher:
Archie Comics
Writer:
Tom DeFalco
Artists:
Fernando Ruiz, Rich Koslowski
Reviewer:
Jim Johnson
October 3rd, 2013

Justice League of America #7.3

"Justice League of America #7.3 Shadow Thief" pierces the darkness surrounding the origins of the Shadow Thief in a story written by Tom DeFalco with engaging art from Chad Hardin.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Tom DeFalco
Artists:
Chad Hardin
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
September 23rd, 2013

Savage Hawkman #20

"Savage Hawkman" comes to a lifeless conclusion, in the hands of Tom DeFalco and Joe Bennett, one fitting for the title's underwhelming twenty-issue run.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Tom DeFalco
Artists:
Joe Bennett, Marc Deering, Ruy José, Richard Zajac
Reviewer:
Kelly Thompson
May 27th, 2013

Legion Lost #16

"Legion Lost" #16 is the final issue of the series, but it feels like no one bothered to tell Tom DeFalco, Andres Guinaldo, or Mark Irwin. The current story concludes, but the series itself just stops.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Tom DeFalco
Artists:
Andres Guinaldo, Mark Irwin
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
January 16th, 2013

Nightwing

"Nightwing" #0 might have been more true to itself if it was titled "Robin" #0 or even "Grayson" #0. Dick Grayson's crime-fighting origin is here, but his decision to become Nightwing is not.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Tom DeFalco, Kyle Higgins
Artists:
Eddy Barrows, Eber Ferreira
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
September 19th, 2012

Legion Lost

Timber Wolf gets the solo spotlight to reveal his origin in "Legion Lost" #0. I would have preferred to see one of his teammates take that honor instead.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Tom DeFalco
Artists:
Pete Woods
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
September 17th, 2012

Superboy

"Superboy" #0 should serve as a jumping on point for a new readers, but while Tom DeFalco and R.B. Silva's issue has great art, the story ultimately sums up everything not so good about "Superboy."

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Tom DeFalco
Artists:
R.B. Silva, Rob Lean
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
September 14th, 2012

Ant-Man: Season One

"Ant-Man: Season One" introduces a paranoid, but genius Hank Pym as he attempts to move past the death of his first wife.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Tom DeFalco
Artists:
Horacio Domingues
Reviewer:
Ryan K. Lindsay
July 17th, 2012

Legion Lost #10

"Legion Lost" #10 takes the team back to the 31st century, but since this isn't the final issue of the series, you know it won't last.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Tom DeFalco
Artists:
Pete Woods
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
June 14th, 2012

Teen Titans #9

"Teen Titans" #9 brings an end to "The Culling" mini-event with a lead-in to "The Ravagers."

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Scott Lobdell, Tom DeFalco
Artists:
Ig Guara, J.P. Mayer
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
May 24th, 2012

Legion Lost #9

The third installment of "The Culling" throws Harvest at the combined might of the Teen Titans and the time-lost Legion squad.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Tom DeFalco
Artists:
Pete Woods
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
May 11th, 2012

Superboy #9

"The Culling" continues in "Superboy" with little more than a non-interesting fight scene.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Scott Lobdell, Tom DeFalco
Artists:
R.B. Silva, Rob Lean, Iban Coello
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
May 11th, 2012

Hulk Smash Avengers #1

"Avengers" on the big screen features Hulk as a co-star. In "Hulk Smash Avengers," he's the headliner putting the Avengers in their place.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Tom DeFalco, Ron Frenz
Artists:
Ron Frenz, Sal Buscema
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
May 3rd, 2012

Teen Titans Annual #1

"The Culling" crossover begins here as the Teen Titans meet the Cast of "Legion Lost."

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Tom DeFalco, Scott Lobdell
Artists:
Brett Booth, Norm Rapmund, Sal Regla, Marlo Alquiza, John Livesay
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
May 3rd, 2012

Superboy #7

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Scott Lobdell, Tom DeFalco
Artists:
R.B. Silva, Rob Lean, Iban Coello
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
March 15th, 2012

Legion Lost #7

"Legion Lost" seems to have found its way.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Tom DeFalco
Artists:
Pete Woods
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
March 15th, 2012

Superboy #6

Superboy meet Supergirl. Supergirl, this is Superboy. Neither one of you can understand the other, so why don’t you just fight?

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Scott Lobdell, Tom DeFalco
Artists:
R. B. Silva, Rob Lean
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
February 13th, 2012

Legion Lost #6

Five members of the Legion are lost in the past, fighting an unknown number of foes with undefined capabilities. That past? Now. This book? Enjoyable.

Publisher:
DC Comics
Writer:
Fabian Nicieza, Tom DeFalco
Artists:
Pete Woods, Matt Camp
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
February 9th, 2012

Thunderstrike #1

Eric Masterson may have died years ago, but his son, Kevin, is still angry and hates superheroes. And then his father’s magical mace reappears...

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Tom DeFalco
Artists:
Ron Frenz, Sal Buscema, Todd Nauck
Reviewer:
Chad Nevett
November 25th, 2010

Web of Spider-Man #6

"Web of Spider-Man" has been set up as an appetizer to the goings-on in "Amazing Spider-Man" with a side of "Spider-Girl" to cleanse the palette.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Fred Van Lente, Tom DeFalco, Zeb Wells
Artists:
Jefte Palo, Ron Frenz, Sal Buscema, Xurxo Penalta
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
March 9th, 2010

Spider-Man: The Clone Saga #6

The reimagining of the Spider-Clone Saga reaches its action-packed conclusion with one Osborn back from the dead, another cloned, and two Spider-Men on the receiving end of some violence.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Tom DeFalco, Howard Mackie
Artists:
Todd Nauck, Victor Olazaba
Reviewer:
Chad Nevett
February 24th, 2010

Web of Spider-Man #3

"Web of Spider-Man" continues to investigate the past of some of fan-favorite foes of Spider-Man. This issue focuses on the Rhino.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Fred Van Lente, Tom DeFalco, J. M. DeMatteis
Artists:
Nick Dragotta, Ron Frenz, Sal Buscema, Val Semeiks, Dan Green
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
December 9th, 2009

Web of Spider-Man #1

“Web of Spider-Man” returns as an anthology title.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
J.M. DeMatteis, Tom DeFalco, Sean McKeever
Artists:
Val Semieks, Dan Green, Ron Frenz, Sal Buscema, Stephanie Buscema
Reviewer:
James Hunt
October 19th, 2009

Spider-Man: The Clone Saga #1

Past Spider-Man writers Tom DeFalco and Howard Mackie return to tell the Spider-Clone Saga right, except instead of being drawn out, it feels too compressed and cramped.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Tom DeFalco, Howard Mackie
Artists:
Todd Nauck, Victor Olazaba
Reviewer:
Chad Nevett
September 30th, 2009

Kid Colt #1

This "Kid Colt" one-shot is really a compilation of four eight-page installments, and that original format didn't do this story any favors.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Tom DeFalco
Artists:
Rick Burchett
Reviewer:
Greg McElhatton
July 29th, 2009

The Amazing Spider-Girl #30

"Amazing Spider-Girl" comes to an end once more, with DeFalco, Frenz and Buscema gathered for the party.

Publisher:
Marvel Comics
Writer:
Tom DeFalco, Ron Frenz
Artists:
Ron Frenz, Sal Buscema
Reviewer:
Doug Zawisza
March 16th, 2009
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