4.0

Flashpoint #5

It would be easy to relentlessly bash the final chapter of Flashpoint by nitpicking it to death, as it offers many opportunities to do so. In fact, with the past 13 weeks spent doing that exact sort of...
4.0

Flashpoint #5

 It would be easy to relentlessly bash the final chapter of Flashpoint by nitpicking it to death, as it offers many opportunities to do so. In fact, with the past 13 weeks spent doing that...
3.0

Marineman: A Matter of Life and Depth

At a glance, Ian Churchill’s Marineman, the first six issues of which are now collected in trade paperback here, resembles a close relative of Robert Kirkman’s Invincible. It boasts an array of...
2.5

FLASHPOINT MARATHON: Week 11

A single Comics Bulletin reviewer. Fifty-two tie-ins to a major DC Comics summer event. If he hasn't hit the wall by now, he's not gonna.Just weeks away from the industry-saving/apocalyptically cataclysmic...
3.0

Flashpoint #4

Through with off-panel references and brief, isolated look-ins, Flashpoint, in its penultimate issue, jumps right into the heart of what was once the exclusive purview of its many tie-in series -- the...
2.0

Moon Girl #1-2

You can read Moon Girl in print form or download it at ComiXology.Just about the most dubious thing that can be uttered in a movie trailer are the words "From the studio that brought you ." Anyone with a...
2.5

FLASHPOINT MARATHON: Week 8

And the Eisner goes to…probably not Flashpoint. But we’re reviewing the whole thing anyway!As you may have already noticed, the Comics Bulletin staff was well represented at this year’s San Diego...
3.0

FLASHPOINT MARATHON: Week 7

Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of Flashpoint.Flashpoint may be DC’s "Big Event" of the year, but it’s certainly not where all the buzz surrounding the publisher is coming from these...
3.0

FLASHPOINT MARATHON: Week 7

Like sands through the hourglass, so are the days of Flashpoint.Flashpoint may be DC’s "Big Event" of the year, but it’s certainly not where all the buzz surrounding the publisher is coming from these...
3.5

Flashpoint #3

When writing grand scale event comics in the past, Geoff Johns has typically waited until the second issue to unveil his crux plot point, the single concept or theme around which the remainder of the story...