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...
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...
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...
2.5

Brightest Day #24

Since the beginning, each Brightest Day title page has promised the eventual revelation of the series’ unifying mystery: an explanation as to...
3.0

Brightest Day #23

If you happen to be a fan of one particular Bronze Age DC Comics character (who shall remain unnamed in this review for the sake of spoiler...
3.5

Brightest Day #18

As the weeks have gone by, it has become easy to forget that Brightest Day is more than just a collection of unrelated storylines. Though most...
3.0

Blackest Night

Blackest Night is the culmination of many years of Green Lantern storytelling by Geoff Johns. Building on concepts hinted at decades ago in...
1.5

Brightest Day #13

Of the four major storylines running through Brightest Day, including arcs featuring Aquaman, Martian Manhunter, Firestorm, and Hawkman, three...
3.0

Green Lantern #42

You know, if there is a way to get every single color of the rainbow on Hal Jordan’s uniform I think it will happen in Blackest Night coming...