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SKE Records on The Officially Street Podcast

Posted: 20 Oct 2016 11:48 AM PDT

In this BONUS episode of THE OFFICIALLY STREET PODCAST, we interview Philly’s own S.K.E Records. When sitting down with owner Q The Question and his artists Trel Mack and Shawn Archer, we talk about Shawn and Trel’s story of being childhood friends, to partnering up with Q the Question and becoming artists under S.K.E Records. We learn about some of the interesting ventures S.K.E Records has in store for the Hip Hop industry currently, as well as what’s coming in the near future. Tune in to get to know these 3 hard working artists and follow them on their journey.

HHS1987 Premiere: Duney Kush – Gwala (Video)

Posted: 20 Oct 2016 10:31 AM PDT

A hard work ethic is a golden tool for anyone looking to succeed in their craft, but to excel in the dwellings of hip hop's underground takes character, charisma and some fire ass tunes. Dallas MC Duney Kush has taken virtually no breaks in 2016 – with an EP just released at the top of October, he's back this week with brand new music video for his single "Gwala.”

The "Gwala" visuals continue the saga of a Duney Kush / Taylor Gang Joyce collaboration. The MC-Director pair have teamed up to produce and release several hot videos, and Gwala stands out as one of their best, paired with a story that exudes Duney's experiences with money and success.

Duney Kush on the video: Another day another dollar' is a frequently used quote when you on the come up, and this hustler's anthem embodies that.

Growing up in Baton Rouge during the golden era of hip hop and with a record label-owning father, Duney Kush was immersed in a whirlwind of hip hop culture that was not only of quantity, but immense quality. A complex relationship with his father and more of life's obstacles have set up Duney Kush to reach the top of the emerging rap scene with his KUSH team by his side. Then living and Dallas and now Los Angeles, Duney emulates a hip-hop spirit that encompasses some of the game's most respected cities. Check the "Gwala" video out now!

Young Lito – Wait A Minute (Freestyle)

Posted: 20 Oct 2016 10:20 AM PDT


Shoutout to the youngin Phresher for the foundation of Young Lito’s new freestyle, Wait A Minute. We got some more #Limix’s on the way, clearly. Maybe leading up to his upcoming effort, In Due Time coming soon.

Listen up for his latest bars below.

Destiny Da Chef Presents: “Da Chef Up” (Order 001) (Video)

Posted: 20 Oct 2016 10:00 AM PDT


Virginia native, Destiny Da Chef, recently relocated to Atlanta to pursue her rap career under the tutelage of mentor Beat Billionaire. After setting foot in the city, Destiny hit the ground running recording new material and shooting some new visuals for her freestyle series entitled, Da Chef Up. Partnering up with HHS1987, Destiny will be cheffing up a fresh freestyle every Thursday to display her vicious craftsmanship with pen.

Watch as she serves up the first order and attacks Capone And Noreaga’s Bang Bang below.


Eminem – Campaign Speech

Posted: 20 Oct 2016 08:12 AM PDT


It’s not normal for Eminem to be quiet when it comes to his opinion on politics and his core fans have been waiting for him to speak up. Now, Em has released his new track Campaign Speech to voice his issues with Donald Trump, George Zimmerman, police brutality and more.

Listen below.

Mike Will Made It x Eearz – Pull Ova

Posted: 20 Oct 2016 02:43 AM PDT


Ear Drummer’s own Mike Will Made It and Eearz have teamed up for the latest edition of the Adult Swim Singles series. Mike Will Made Made It and Eearz have dropped off their new record entitled “Pull Ova”.

Take a moment and listen to Mike Will Made It and Eearz new record “Pull Ova” below. Stay tuned to HHS1987 for all your new music. Follow @eldorado2452 on Twitter and Instagram for all your music and entertainment news.

Dae Dae – Woke Up (Prod. by London On Da Track)

Posted: 20 Oct 2016 02:24 AM PDT


Atlanta hip-hop artist Dae Dae’s movement is picking up stream quickly and today he is back with new music. Dae Dae informed me during the 2016 BET Hip-Hop awards here in Atlanta that he had a lot of new music on the way with producer London On Da Track. Here is one of those record Dae Dae was speaking on.

Take a moment and listen to Dae Dae’s new record “Woke Up” produced by London On Da Track below. Stay tuned to HHS1987 for all your new music. Follow @eldorado2452 on Twitter and Instagram for all your music and entertainment news.

Desiigner & Sevyn Streeter Will Perform During The Philadelphia 76ers Home Opener vs. The OKC Thunder

Posted: 20 Oct 2016 02:03 AM PDT


Well it appears that not only does Desiigner have boards in Atlanta, he is also looking to recruit a few in Philly. Reports have surfaced that when the Philadelphia 76ers take on Russell Westbrook and the Oklahoma City Thunder on October 26th, Desiigner and songstress Sevyn Streeter will be in the building.


Sevyn Streeter is reportedly set to open the 2016-17 NBA season with the Sixers by singing the National Anthem and G.O.O.D music’s own Desiigner will perform his hit record “Panda” during halftime. The Sixers will even be giving out Sixers themed Pandas. That is dope if you ask me.

We are just about a week away from the start of the 2016-17 NBA season. Stay tuned to HHS1987. Follow @eldorado2452 on Twitter and Instagram for all your NBA and sports news.

Fluent x Lantana – Rain (Prod. by Twanbeatmaker)

Posted: 20 Oct 2016 01:44 AM PDT


It's a celebration on Fluent's new banger, "Rain," the high-energy lead single off the L.A. rapper's highly anticipated upcoming album, Carolinafornia Nightmare.


The Twanbeatmaker-produced track also serves as a reminder to where Fluent originally hails from. Although he has roots in both North Carolina and California—hence the project's title blending both states—he spent many of his younger years in Cincinnati, Ohio. As such, it's only fitting that one of that city's rising rappers, Lantana, makes a standout guest appearance on "Rain."


The burgeoning artist, who won the 2016 Ohio Hip-Hop Award for Mixtape Of the Year, is a melodic complement to his host when he appears halfway through the track. Where Fluent proves his ability to rap on any beat that comes his way, Lantana uses vocal effects amidst a cadence-flipping delivery. On here, he deftly bounces atop the upbeat instrumental while chucking the deuces at anyone not worth his time.


"Rain" can now be streamed, and is available as the first instant grat track off the iTunes pre-order for Carolinafornia Nightmare. The 12 track LP which boasts features and production from the likes of Colby O'Donis, Blu, Yung LA, J. Cardim, D.R.U.G.S., and of course Lantana, drops Nov. 11 through Fluent's Supreme Regime imprint, via EMPIRE Distribution.

Stay tuned to HHS1987 for all your new music. Follow @eldorado2452 on Twitter and Instagram for all your music and entertainment news.

New York Knicks Star Derrick Rose Has Been Found Not Guilty In His Civil Rape Trial

Posted: 20 Oct 2016 01:38 AM PDT


Derrick is looking forward to moving beyond this moment in his life and is looking toward the 2016-17 NBA season. That was roughly the feeling as Rose and his lawyers left the court room on Wednesday afternoon after Rose and had been found not guilty in his several Civil Rape case.

According to ESPN,

An eight-member jury in Los Angeles federal court has found New York Knickspoint guard Derrick Rose and his two friends not liable in a civil lawsuit that accused them of gang-raping Rose’s ex-girlfriend when she was incapacitated from drugs or alcohol.

The jury began deliberations Wednesday morning, and its decision was announced at about 4:30 p.m. ET.

“I am thankful that the jury understood and agreed with me,” Rose said in a statement to The Associated Press. “This experience and my sensitivity to it was deep. I am ready to put this behind me and focus on my family and career.”

Rose is in his first season with the Knicks after being traded by the Chicago Bulls. He has missed five preseason games and seven practices while attending the civil trial, and earlier on Wednesday, Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek said he didn’t expect the former league MVP to rejoin the team until Friday.

Rose is expected to have three full practices with his teammates before the Knicks’ season opener against the Cleveland Cavaliers on Tuesday.

“It’s a tough thing he went through, but now it’s over and now we can focus on basketball; I know that’s what Derek wants to get back to doing,” Hornacek said. “We’re just all glad it’s done with, and now he can get back and focus on basketball.”

Rose is expected to join his team in NBA preseason action on Friday night. Stay tuned to HHS1987 for more NBA news. Follow @eldorado2452 on Twitter and Instagram for all your NBA and sports news.

Black, Yellow & Bruised: Pittsburgh Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger Out 4-6 Weeks Following Meniscus Surgery

Posted: 20 Oct 2016 01:24 AM PDT


Things just got a little rough for the Pittsburgh Steelers and Steelers Nation. Following a (15-30) lost to the Miami Dolphins during week 6, Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger suffered a knee injury and we now know that Big Ben will miss some major time.

Ben Roethlisberger had surgery to repair a his meniscus and the Steelers have announced that Big Ben will miss anywhere from 4-6 weeks. The Steelers will lean on backup QB Landry Jones as they face the New England Patriots on Sunday.

Stay tuned to HHS1987 for more NFL news. Follow @eldorado2452 on Twitter and Instagram for all your NFL and sports news.

DNA – Rewind (Freestyle Video)

Posted: 19 Oct 2016 09:20 PM PDT


DNA has been consistently dropping new freestyles and visuals every week in anticipation of his new project “Silver Cup” which drops on November 25th. This week he gets very creative and attacks a Nas’ “Rewind” beat. Checkout the freestyle video below.

Goonie Gang – Chowder

Posted: 19 Oct 2016 09:02 PM PDT


Goonie Gang is back for the fall with a new single called “Chowder” to kick off their next project. This single features GG Mone & No Brakes Bras of Goonie Gang. Checkout the record below and be on the lookout for more new music from Goonie Gang and OBH. And be sure to go to to purchase any Goonie Gang Merchandise.

Dex Lauper – Wavy Video

Posted: 19 Oct 2016 08:55 PM PDT

Dex Lauper released his debut single “WAVY” a few weeks back and quickly returns with the record’s visual. The video follows Dex juggling the contrast atmospheres of two cities – hedonistic Miami and gritty New York City.

WAVY” will appear on his forthcoming project, “Life Goes On,” slated to arrive later this year.

Watch below. Shot by 20K Film and directed by YoungMik3.

Over This Fitz: Geno Smith Has Been Named The Starting QB For the New York Jets

Posted: 19 Oct 2016 12:19 PM PDT


The New York Jets are making several changes in New York and it is starting at the quarterback position. Following his horrible start to the 2016 NFL season through Week 6, the New York Jets have announced that quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick has been benched and Geno Smith will be the starting quarterback of the Jets who face the Ravens on Sunday.

Geno Smith’s last career start was during Week 17 of the 2014 NFL season in Miami. Smith was (20/25) passing for 358 with 3 TD and a perfect passer rating of 158.3.


Stay tuned as more details unfold. Stay tuned to HHS1987 for more NFL news. Follow @eldorado2452 on Twitter and Instagram for all your sports news.

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John Arcudi Chats About His Upcoming Crime Comic, ‘Dead Inside’

Posted: 19 Oct 2016 07:00 PM PDT


Dead Inside from writer John Arcudi and artist Toni Fejuza, is one of my favorite new comics of the year, and like Dark Horse’s other creator owned crime comic,  Brian Wood and Mack Chater‘s Briggs Land, it’s brilliant and a must read for fans of the genre.

Dead Inside is a twisted, bloody and unexpected crime story where a murder has occurred in the least expected place: behind bars.

The Jail Crimes Division of the Sheriff's Office in Mariposa County investigates crimes committed inside county jails. With a limited number of suspects who can't escape, these are usually easy cases to solve—but not this one. As Detective Linda Caruso gets closer to the heart of the case, she discovers uncomfortable truths about her friends, her job, and herself.

John Arcudi took some time to discuss the upcoming series with Forces of Geek.

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FOG!: John, I’ve enjoyed your work for some time. Dead Inside feels like you’re utilizing a completely different set of muscles than you have in both the Mignolaverse in your series Rumble. What was the genesis of the comic?

John Arcudi: I've been interested in jail crimes investigations for years, and I always thought somebody else would tell the story before I had a chance, but when time based and I never heard of a movie or comic, or book about it, I tried my hand.

bossDead Inside also feels different from your other work simply because (at least based on the first issue) it takes place in the “real world” with Detective Linda Caruso investigating a murder within a prison. Are you a particular fan of the crime genre and is the series an ongoing procedural or limited to this lone investigation as seen in the comic?

Crime's always been my first love.

Literally. I wasn't the best behaved kid in the world, so I learned more about police and law enforcement at an early age than I had intended.

But I never lost interest, eventually looking at it from the "good guy's" side, and I've jumped at every chance to tell stories about the darker side of the human condition.

Toni Fejuza has a really unique style. How did he come to your attention and what about his work makes him a good match for this story?

I discovered Toni's work years ago on either Facebook, or just the net — can't remember where, exactly — and I brought him to the attention of editors up at Dark Horse. I wasn't available to work with him but Toni collaborated with Greg Rucka on Veil and that made me want to work with him all the more. There's a drama in his work that seems suited to a story like Dead Inside.


Who or what are your biggest influences on your work, and on this book in particular?

On this book, Charles Willeford kept coming to mind — his Hoke Moseley books, particularly. As to the broader question, “who are my influences?” We don't have that kind of time!

In addition to being a crime thriller, there’s definitely a horror undercurrent. What scares you?

Tigers, bears, people with weapons, cancer. The usual.

As someone who has told dozens of stories within the comics medium, what about the comics medium do you still find appealing to work in? Was Dead Inside conceived initially as a comic book?

It was, yes. And what I love about comics is that it's a collaborative effort. The same can be said of a film, of course, but in comics it's more manageable. The crew is smaller, making everybody's job that much more important, yes, but also it gives us the opportunity to hear from literally all quarters. Everybody has a voice in making the story work. And, of course, you can do things in comics you can't artfully do in any other medium, so that's awfully cool.


What are you geeking out over?

Right now, it's the old Peter Gunn TV series! It's both incredibly goofy, and surprisingly artful! But in comics, it's Habitat by Simon Roy, Esteban by Matthieu Bonhomme, and ANYTHING by Ralph Meyer and David Rubin!


Dead Inside #1 arrives in stores on December 21, 2o16 with a cover by Dave Johnson and variant cover by Faith Erin Hicks from Dark Horse Comics.

Disney’s ‘Pete’s Dragon’ on Digital HD, Blu-ray, DMA, DVD and On-Demand Nov. 29

Posted: 19 Oct 2016 06:00 PM PDT

61bqevhbg9l"Pete's Dragon," a reimagining of Disney's cherished family film centered on an orphaned boy named Pete and his best friend Elliot — who just so happens to be a dragon — comes home on Nov. 29 on Digital HD, Blu-ray, Disney Movies Anywhere, DVD and On-Demand.

Families will be captivated by this magical movie followed by never-before-seen bonus features, including a revealing look at director David Lowery's personal diary kept during the filming of "Pete's Dragon," the design process behind the lovable dragon Elliot, deleted scenes, a tour of the film's breathtaking production location of New Zealand, audio commentary by filmmakers and actors and hilarious bloopers.

“Pete’s Dragon” stars Bryce Dallas Howard (“Jurassic World”) as Grace, a forest ranger in the Pacific Northwest who happens upon 10-year-old Pete, played by Oakes Fegley (“This is Where I Leave You”). Oona Laurence (“Southpaw”) is Natalie, the 11-year-old daughter of Jack, a lumber-mill owner played by Wes Bentley (“The Hunger Games”). Karl Urban (“Star Trek”) is Jack's bumbling brother Gavin and Oscar-winner Robert Redford (“Captain America: The Winter Soldier”) portrays Mr. Meacham, an old wood carver who delights the local children with tales of a fierce dragon.

The film is directed by David Lowery (“Ain’t Them Bodies Saints”) from a screenplay by Lowery & Toby Halbrooks based on a screenplay by Malcolm Marmorstein and produced by Jim Whitaker, p.g.a. (“The Finest Hours"), with Barrie M. Osborne (“The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring”) serving as executive producer.

Writer/director Lowery reveals, "I look back on childhood as an adventure, and I wanted to capture that on screen in the smallest—but also the biggest—way." The big—the creation of an irresistible 24-foot tall, green, furry dragon that can breathe fire and turn invisible—is brilliantly tackled by the team at the Academy Award-winning visual effects company Weta Digital ("The Hobbit" films and "The Lord of the Rings" trilogy). But it's the small moments between characters that so beautifully convey the film's powerful message: the importance of friendship, family and finding one's place in the world.

Bonus features include*:


  • Notes to Self: A Director's Diary – Director David Lowery narrates the personal diary he kept through the filming of "Pete's Dragon" in this intimate and fascinating look at the movie's making.
  • Making Magic – Discover fun facts about what went into designing this spectacular, lovable dragon.
  • Music Videos
  • Audio Commentary – Gain an insider perspective from director David Lowery, co-writer Toby Halbrooks and actors Oakes Fegley and Oona Laurence
  • Welcome to New Zealand – Experience the wonders of New Zealand and learn why it's a magical place to visit … and to make a movie.
  • "Disappearing" Moments – The director shares a montage of the film's "lost" scenes.
  •  Music Videos

  "Nobody Knows" by The Lumineers
  "Something Wild" by Lindsey Stirling featuring Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness

  • Bloopers


  • Making Magic

Win HBO’s ‘The Night Of’ on DVD!

Posted: 19 Oct 2016 05:00 PM PDT


In The Night Of, Pakistani-American college student Nasir “Naz” Khan, who lives with his parents in Queens, NY, takes his father’s taxi to go to a party in Manhattan. But what starts as a perfect night for Naz becomes a nightmare when he’s arrested for murder. The series examines the police investigation, the legal proceedings, the criminal justice system and Rikers Island, where the accused await trial.

The Night Of is created and executive produced by Steven Zaillian (Oscar winner, Best Adapted Screenplay, Schindler’s List) and Richard Price (The Wire, Oscar nominee, Best Adapted Screenplay, The Color of Money), based on the BBC series Criminal Justice, created by Peter Moffat. Other executive producers are Jane Tranter, James Gandolfini and Peter Moffat; co-executive produced by Garrett Basch, Nancy Sanders and Mark Armstrong.

The ensemble cast includes Michael Kenneth Williams, Bill Camp, Jeannie Berlin, Poorna Jagannathan, Payman Maadi, Glenne Headly, Amara Karan, Sofia Black-D’Elia, Paul Sparks, Ben Shenkman, Afton Williamson, Paulo Costanzo, Ned Eisenberg, Mohammad Bakri, Nabil Elouahabi, Ashley Thomas, Glenn Fleshler, and Chip Zien.

The series, which delves into the intricacies of a complex New York City murder case with cultural and political overtones, was a critical and ratings sensation on HBO this summer.

And we’re giving away a copy on DVD!

To enter, please send an email with the subject header "THE NIGHT OF" to geekcontest @ gmail dot com and answer the following:

The role of  John Stone, played by John Turturro, was originally going to be played by this late star of The Sopranos, who died unexpectedly in 2013?

Please include your name and address (U.S. Residents only. You must be 18 years old).

Only one entry per person and a winner will be chosen at random.

Contest ends at 11:59 PM EST on November 6th, 2016.

Giant-Size Graphic Breakdown: ‘Dark Knight III’ #6 Rules The Week

Posted: 19 Oct 2016 04:00 PM PDT

Welcome back to Graphic Breakdown!!

It’s Wednesday! The best day of the week. Let’s review some comics!!

aqm_cv9_dsAquaman #9   

Written by Dan Abnett
Illustrated by Scot Eaton
Published by DC Comics

Dan Abnett  has been doing a serviceable job on Aquaman. He’s been writing very decent stories that have been getting better as he goes along.

This is part two of the “Unstoppable” storyline and it’s enjoyable. I was happy that it was consistent with the previous issue. I still feel like Aquaman is a second stringer in recent times. I feel he can be a first stringer. It’s totally possible.

And I think Abnett could be the writer to make it happen. He’s just not there yet.

Eaton is doing some top quality work. I’ll take him over a different artist every issue.

The advertised “shocking moments” are anything but that.  Still it’s a solid comic book now in an, at times, rocky relaunch.



dk3The Dark Knight III: The Master Race #6

Written by Frank Miller and Brian Azzarello
Illustrated by Andy Kubert and Klaus Janson
Published by DC Comics

I love this book. It’s bananas in all the right ways. Miller’s craziness is actually tempered by Azzarello in this and it forms a nice cohesive narrative thus far.

What I like about this book most of all is that it actually feels like a comic book I haven’t read before.

It’ll have to be finished before I can judge for sure but this is starting to look like a masterpiece. The writing is very unique.

Kubert and Janson are killing it on the art.  Killing it. They are so passionate in what they do, the art flows off the page. A nice book all around. Worth the price of admission and then some. I don’t even mind waiting if the story is this good. And that ending.

Man, it’s something. Keep it up guys.



ga_cv9_dsGreen Arrow # 9   

Written by Ben Percy
Illustrated by Stephen Byrne
Published by DC Comics

I’ve grown tired of this book. Green Arrow can be well done. And it started off promising. Now it’s just dull to me. It doesn’t seem to be going anywhere.

Or maybe I’m missing it.

Part of the problem may be Byrne on the art. It’s so cartoony that it’s hard to get past it. The grit is gone. And maybe then so has our interest.

All of Mike Grell’s work is undone. Heck, all of Jeff Lemire’s work is undone. It’s just a sad state of affairs.

I see what they are trying to do with this Green Arrow. But it’s not my Green Arrow.

And that’s where the shame for me is.



astro_cv40Astro City #40

Written by Kurt Busiek
Illustrated by Carmen Carnero
Published by DC Comics

Man, this book used to be at the top of my reading list. How the mighty have fallen. Not to say the book is horrible by any means, but the book really lost its flavor.

Part of that may be because Brent Anderson didn’t do the art.

Carnero isn’t bad but you miss Anderson immediately. Busiek may have been the brains behind Astro City but Anderson was the heart.

The story for this goes as follows: Life on Shadow Hill gets a bit more complicated when Marta has to handle a contract matter between the Silver Adept and an extradimensional demigod! On the other hand, she gets to watch baseball with ghosts.

This was a fairly decent story. But again, I miss Anderson. It did make me nostalgic for the previous issues I read in the 90s. Still, not bad. Just not what I remember.



bm_cv9_dsBatman #9 

Written by Tom King
Illustrated by Mikel Janin
Published by DC Comics

Tom King has been mostly a big miss with me on Batman.

But I stuck with it as I know he is a good writer. My patience may have been rewarded with his latest storyline “I Am Suicide.”

King is writing a story about Bane.  It’s a good start. He is also writing a story about Batman gathering some criminals from Arkham Asylum for some ulterior purpose.

Could this be the beginnings of the Watchmen crossover we have been waiting for? Could be.

King has written the best story he has so far on this title.

Part of it may be because of Janin on the art. For some reason King and Janin click more on one page than King and David Finch ever did. They just meld.

The story again starts off very promising. I actually hope this team sticks together. This could be the real start of King’s run. Let’s hope so.



ntw_cv7_dsNightwing #7

Written by Tim Seeley
Illustrated by Javier Fernandez
Published by DC Comics

This book got interesting! The last few issues before the “Monster Men” crossover were putting me to sleep. But now it seems like Seeley has a great story he wants to tell with Raptor.

And it’s getting pretty dark in this corner of the Batman universe.

Raptor’s methods have crossed the line and Nightwing is on the path to bring him in. This issue unfolds with nice pacing, and Seeley seems to have it under control.

It was fast, taut, and a fairly good read.

The art by Fernandez is capable.

I just can’t stand when comic books get too cartoony. And this is one of those cases for sure. Still, the book is decent and a good read and any fan of Nightwing should pick it up.



sm_cv9_dsSuperman #9

Written by Peter J. Tomasi and Patrick Gleason
Illustrated by Doug Mahnke
Published by DC Comics

This is another book where the creative team actually turned their book around into something I quite like.

Superman and his son going to Dinosaur Island is so much fun.

Tomasi and Gleason take their story and run with it. It’s adventurous, exciting, and just the stuff of good comics. I hope they have more fun adventures in store for the rest of their run. They really are good when they hit it right.

Doug Manhke is always a boon to have doing the art. He is an excellent craftsman. When he is drawing book you’re always in for a treat. Here it’s no different.

This is some top quality comics here.

Pick up this issue and the one previous. A good read for this time of year.



harley-cv6_dsHarley Quinn #6

Written by Amanda Connor and Jimmy Palmiotti
Illustrated by Bruce Timms and Jill Thompson
Published by DC Comics

I said it before but I’ll say it again: I’m not the world’s biggest Harley Quinn fan.

Yet, I feel compelled to read it as Connor and Palmiotti really give her fans what they want. They know their audience and deliver.

And Timms is a decent artist for the wacky story the pair write. It’s a good time.

The best part of the issue is the art and segment by Jill Thompson. It’s so strange and cool to see her show up here. Her segment is beautifully illustrated and deserves much praise. It is certainly the best part of the issue.
The guest artists in the Harley Quinn universe are pretty killer…And I’m eagerly waiting to read the one with Simon Bisley.

Even so, if you’re a fan you’ll love it and if you’re not you’ll at least smile like I did.



justl_cv7_dsJustice League #9 

Written by Bryan Hitch
Illustrated by Jesus Merino
Published by DC Comics

This is the one DC book that, no matter what they do, looks and feels exactly the same as the previous month.

Like exactly.

Not much is going on in Hitch’s Justice League tales or at least not much I can discern. Which is a shame.

Part of that is that everything in Hitch’s book feels overwrought and EPIC.

But it also doesn’t feel earned so maybe that is why it feels hollow. I want something deeper and this book delivers action but not else.

The art by Merino isn’t bad but it feels like Tony Daniels.

It’s an okay book. I totally want something more though. Maybe we can get that in upcoming issues.



And the rest….


Green Lanterns #9
Written by Sam Humphries
Illustrated by Robson Rocha
Published by DC Comics
This book was super well drawn. It’s actually beautiful to look at with a great story. I wish the story was a tad stronger but not bad overall.

Lucifer #11 
Written by Holly Black
Illustrated by Lee Garbett
Published by DC Comics
This is part 5 of a story I hadn’t read the first four parts of. I literally had no idea what the story was about. But hey! The art was decent!

Raven #2 
Written by Marv Wolfman

Illustrated by Alisson Borges
Published by DC Comics
Reading this comic makes you realize how much comic books owe Marv Wolfman. The story is good and the art is good. A solid comic book through and through.

Suicide Squad Most Wanted: El Diablo and Killer Croc #3 
Written by Jai Nitz
Illustrated by Cliff Richards
Published by DC Comics
The art isn’t bad but the story lacks. Dull. Save your money for a better book.

Trinity #2   
Written and Illustrated by Francis Manapul.
Published by DC Comics
The art is actually very good but the story lacks (much like Suicide Squad above) Good to look at but ehhh.

Wacky Raceland  #5
Written by Ken Pontiac

Illustrated by Leonardo Manco
Published by DC Comics
Somebody give Manco a better art gig. Someone. ANYONE. This just doesn’t work.


FOG! Chats With DC Comics’ Team Arrow, Benjamin Percy, Juan Ferreyra & Nate Piekos

Posted: 19 Oct 2016 03:00 PM PDT

gaWith CW’s Arrow going into it’s fifth season and 100 episodes (how did that happen?) spawning a superhero revolution on TV with the Arrowverse, a new spike has been given to the Emerald Archer’s popularity.

DC’s Comics recent Rebirth initiative made comic stores great again and writer Benjamin Percy was able to give Ollie back his goatee and reunites castaway with Black Canary along with selling a ton of Green Arrow Rebirth #1s.

We talked pre-Rebirth and post-Rebirth with Ben and Rebirth #1 cover artist and co-writer Juan Ferreyra at the DC Comics booth at New York Comic Con last week as Mr. Queen and Black Canary face the Island Of Scars.


FOG!: Hey guys, it’s an honor to talk with you, I’m a big Green Arrow fan, and I’ve been reading what you’ve been doing since before Rebirth. My first question is, did you feel like Rebirth was a good opportunity to revisit some things, or did you feel like you weren’t done telling part of your (New 52) story?

Ben Percy: When I jumped into the New 52, and first pitched Green Arrow, I wanted to write Black Canary into it, I was told, “You can’t do that”. I said, “He’s gotta have a goatee,” and I couldn’t do that.

I was also trying to do the novelist thing, which is playing the long game, which you should never do in comics! Because, I could have been kicked out after a few issues. But early on, I was keeping Ollie away from his costume, away from his bow and arrow in an effort to really get to know him as a person. It felt kid of schizophrenic prior to that in the New 52.

I really wanted to build up the character, and I had in my mind a Rebirth revitalization of the character, anyway. I was going to move towards that moment when he truly became Green Arrow. It just got sped up a bit for me.

I did have another storyline involving The Outsiders that I was working towards. There were a lot of hints in there, about that, but its fine. We got rid of that, we just jumped right into the new era.

That’s great and the Green Arrow: Rebirth book really resonated with a lot of people and sold a bunch of copies, tell us how you feel about that!

BP: Juan and I have been talking about how grateful we feel, that people are excited about Green Arrow again. That just feeds into our energy as we are writing and drawing.

And you get feedback from Juan when you are making the stories, too?

Juan Ferreyra: Oh yeah, all the time, we write with each other all the time. He writes me even, secretly, without the editors knowing (laughs).

BP: That’s actually true! (laughing).

JF: We make a fight the editors! Actually, the editors are really quite nice and we are all together in the same chain of emails. We throw ideas around for stories, they ask what I want to draw.

BP: Whenever I’m writing for Juan, I’m always saying, “I trust you, I trust your vision”.
I just unload everything that is in my brain, and he make it better.

JP: He trusts me, but he doesn’t know yet, so…

BP: And a shoutout to Nate Piekos (Blambot) over here too, his lettering is just fantastic. Just exquisitely beautiful!

Hi, Nate! I can put a face to the name now!

Ben, Nate, and Juan with FOG!'s Clay N Ferno

Ben, Nate, and Juan with FOG!’s Clay N Ferno

BP: And he is doing his own thing too, we’re all a part of this team and everyone is bringing their talents to the page.

It is great, really top notch, I’ve been excited with Rebirth from the beginning, from all the books across the line, it’s amazing. People are excited about Green Arrow and Arrow is a TV show, and you get to play with some of those characters, too. What is it like working with Diggle and that dynamic?

BP: Green Arrow works best as a team. In the New 52, it was more of a solo act. We love having him play off Diggle, play off Black Canary, play off Emiko (Queen).

We’ve joked that the title may as well be Green Arrow and Black Canary or Green Arrow and Family. It is like Detective Comics, in a way.

And I don’t want to and was told not to watch the show, when I jumped on. Everybody loves the show, they wanted more worlds of storytelling. So my Diggle was inspired by the (Jeff) Lemire run. That is my basis for Diggle.

JF: And the Batman Family gets along too well, and Green Arrow’s family doesn’t get along too well. It’s more fun! There’s more fighting there.

Right, there is a lot of tension there.

JF: It’s more fun!

Tell us about the new issue and the Island of Scars. It’s HOT. It’s SEXY, and he is back on The Island again!

BP: Well, it’s not “The Island”. It is a satellite of the Aleutian Islands in the North Pacific. But it is a callback of course. We wanted to give Green Arrow and Black Canary a moment to breathe. They have been on the run since they’ve been back together.

Let’s round out this relationship, give them a Blue Lagoon moment. And things are about to go apeshit crazy again!

JF: He’s going to go deep!

BP:  He says that, because, we’ve been teasing from very early on the Trans-Pacific Railway. It was a construction project put on by Queen Industries, initially the vision of Robert Queen, to connect the continents through this undersea railway. Obviously, that is their way out!

Juan has this nut-so two-shot that is one big action set piece involving a runaway train!

I tell every single comic creator, my favorite thing in a comic or movie or anything is a train fight! If I’m getting it, I’m super exited!

JF: Yeah, I love train fights, road trip movies, stuff like that. Those are my favorite things! Action!


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‘Cave Carson Has a Cybernetic Eye’ #1 (review)

Posted: 19 Oct 2016 02:00 PM PDT

cchace_cv1_dsPart One – Going Underground
Writer: Gerard Way & Jon Rivera
Artist: Michael Avon Oeming
Special Thanks: Shelly Bond
Cover: Michael Avon Oeming & Nick Filardi
Variant: Matt and Brennan Wagner;
Bill Sienkiewicz

When is comes to heroic adventuring, Cave Carson is a veteran.

The days of fighting alongside Superman, Rip Hunter and the Time Masters are all but gone.

His 'Cave Crew' of Bulldozer Smith, Johnny Blake and Christie Madison long ago went their separate ways.

As the story begins Eileen, his wife and co-adventurer has passed away and today is the day of her funeral.

With their daughter, Chloe at his side, they say their goodbyes.

In his grief he calls someone on his cell phone and reveals the government has been covering up geological discoveries of aliens that could form flexible alloys.

Cave drives to his old underground base and sits in the darkness. Where once it was filled with excitement and energy, now it is a cold and lifeless place.

That night at Chloe's apartment, she and her boyfriend Daniel are watching the old Team Carson documentary while Cave has his old car serviced with his drinking buddy Jack Wheeler, ready for a meeting the next morning.

Many years ago Cave worked for EBX. His genius designed and created The Might Mole. The Mole was an amazing car that could burrow underground and travel at speed with amazing on board tech, Cave stole it once for his teams adventures, research and exploration. Today, the old car sits in the foyer of EBX gathering dust. Cave pats the trusty old machine and heads down to the laboratory.

CEO of EBX, Paul shows Carson the Mark II Might Mole, superior to the original in every way. A lot has been going on while Cave was away. A research team is on an assault course when Cave enters to greet his successors, Cave is suspicious as to why a team of scientists would be going through such military like training but just then his cybernetic eye begins to malfunction with a strange vision of Eileen seemingly beckoning him.

Later in a diner Chloe and Cave argue over him, seemingly ill because of the eye. A family rule is never to talk about it but Chloe is worried it might be malfunctioning. Cave retorts by telling Chloe her tires are deflating slightly, he can tell by her blood levels she had had a drink and that he can see the chemical make up of marijuana on her jacket.

Chloe simmers down and promises to visit her father more regularly, now that he is on his own. As Chloe drives off a man hiding in the shadows watches Cave from a distance.

Later, Cave stops into Magnus Laboratories, for him to check on why the cybernetic eye is malfunctioning. Magnus is annoyed that he can't seem to figure out it's technology. But what he does discover is that is a strange mineral has embedded itself into his head and can never be removed. The technology surrounding it isn't anything he recognises as Kryptonian, Exorian or Metan but just as, if not more so, advanced.

Magnus can't explain why it is distorting Cave's digital memories and forming hallucinations out of them, but as they greet the Metal Men in the lounge Magnus hunts for a powerful device called a Magnaband. Cave is skeptical, but Magnus insists that the Magnaband should help drain the hallucinations while he sleeps when worn on his head.

Cave has taken to sleeping in the base, but his sleep is again disturbed but this time by a sub surface dweller called a Muldroogan. Cave questions the panicked man. Withered and weak the Muldroogan rasps in an dialect only Cave knows that EBX is up to no good. They've done something to the underground city of Muldroog and only Cave can help them now.

The Muldroogan vomits, transforms into a horrifying creature and tries to eat Cave. Another vision appears to Cave showing the Mark II Mighty Mole, Eileen and the Muldroogans. Cave defends himself with a power drill until the monster is a puddle of ooze and then swearing to uncover the mystery he calls another of his friends.

A friend that takes no prisoners… Wild Dog!

To Be Continued…


STORY: 5/5

Cave Carson is a classic DC character that has not seen a lot of love in many years. This cover doesn't deny the original stories but uses them as a launch pad. It makes sense as Rip Hunter is enjoying new life on TV with the Legends of Tomorrow, that his comics buddy returns to action.

These is a lot of love and nostalgia poured into the book and a sense of a bigger picture. I would have liked some subtitles to translate the Muldroogan and to identify who is who for the newcomers, especially as this is a first issue in a modern series. Also the book could have given the reader a little background on Cave. I had to read through the profile at the very end of the book and look up back issues to really realise how good this story really is.

I love it but I don't know if it will progress if they don't elaborate for the non informed comics reader more in further issues.


ART: 5/5

The book kicks off with a very DC animated universe feel. The vibe is a welcome one as it has a comforting feel, is easy on the eye and feels like a still from an animated show. Michael Avon Oeming has worked hard to make it feel familiar. Despite me not reading Cave Carson stories up until today, he now feels familiar to me.


COVER: 3/5

Nostalgia is there. Flashbacks of old stories and visions of the present day really give a taste of history to the book. The cover is a striking image but the colour scheme is migraine inducing.



I really dislike the Sienkiewicz cover. I don't dislike it because it looks bad, but because it just doesn't feel like a Cave Carson cover. Just be reading the book and back issues, something feels strangely off. The elements are there but not the nostalgia.  The one by Matt Wagner and son Brennan is better, a bit more Silver Age-y.


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Super Powers
The Wonder Twins

Written and Illustrated by Tom Scioli

On the planet Exxor the citizens had worked hard for centuries to cultivate 'The Chosen One' a child through whom all the best of Exxor would live through but when Queen Rayna gave birth, instead of the chosen one, there were twins.

Zan, a boy, and Jayna, a girl, were strong healthy children but exhibited none of the powers that the Exxorians had expected.

Years later the children grown to teenage are full of adventurous spirit and have taken in a pet monkey called Gleek.

Their father disapproves that they are not embracing their royal responsibilities and their mother approaches noticing something wrong with the children.

Zan and Jayna are suddenly developing scaly skin and lizard like eyes.

Elsewhere, on Earth in Gotham a Joker tank crushes everything in it's path on the way to the bank. As The Joker unleashes an army of Joketroopers Batgirl answers the call of the Batsignal.

The Joketroopers make the streets a battleground with the police struggling to fight back. One of the troopers gets so close Commissioner Gordon that he is about to deliver a fatal gunshot if not for Batgirl!

With her help they are able to turn the tide but the Commissioner turns to Barbara and warns her that Gotham has a new Crime Boss…

To Be Continued…

STORY: 4/5

Tapping solely into the nostalgia factor of the animated series and toy line Tom Scioli explores the origins of the Wonder Twins and follows up with an attack by the joker in the present day.

The narration is a little confusing with the jump between the timeline but otherwise it is a genuinely fun jump back in time. It feels a little truncated forced into just three pages but hopefully when all the parts are put together it will flow a bit better.

ART: 3/5

There is clearly a lot of effort for the art to match the paper stock of older comics, the colouring process, hand lettering. It looks great, again with that nostalgia running through it. I don't feel I can give the art a full rating, it is just so crushed into the three pages. As time goes on and there are more pages perhaps I can give a fairer analysis but so far it's going in the right direction.


Everything You Need To Know About ‘Michael Moore in TrumpLand’

Posted: 19 Oct 2016 01:00 PM PDT

trumplandMichael Moore surprised America via social media yesterday with his announcement of a new film called Michael Moore in TrumpLand.  While it isn’t getting a wide release (at least as of announced so far), the film is playing in New York and Los Angeles for a one week engagement.

(UPDATE: Michael Moore has announced via Twitter: “Opens today in NY & LA – but EVERYONE in the US will have access to it in the next 48 hrs. Stay tuned!”)

I was lucky enough to catch the film today during its first show at IFC (not counting the free preview that packed the theater last night).

As with his previous film, Where to Invade Next, Moore plays things refreshingly optimistic, even dare I say fairly politically agnostic.

Here’s what you need to know about the film:

  • It’s a concert-film, recorded in the past month on stage at a Wilmington, Ohio theater with a marquee proclaiming "Trump Voters Welcome."
  • Though mostly Moore on stage and audience reaction shots, there are a handful of hysterical satirical video pieces that the director's known for, including a faux campaign ad for The Donald.
  • Moore's one-man monologue is not about being anti-Trump.  He also makes it clear from the start that he isn’t necessarily a Hillary supporter.  The first half of the film is pure stand-up hack, jabbing at the things conservatives do versus the liberals.  But don’t despair just yet…
  • The comedic opening is just a crowd warm-up.  Moore brilliantly brings the room full of mostly white, probably Republican audience to his level.  It’s brilliant to watch.  There could have been protests or walk outs, and I’m sure Moore would have edited those out.  But, you watch as an audience as divided on this year’s election becomes putty in Moore’s fact-filled common grounds.
  • Moore has a theory.  Hillary could pull a Pope Francis if elected.  Comparing Hillary's years of waiting in the wings playing the political game to the Pope's years of conservative cooperation, Moore notes that Pope's immediate progressive stance.  Will Hillary, once elected, apologize for her slightly more conservative past and sign actions with executive order during the first 100 days?  Moore thinks so.
  • Michael Moore speaks from the heart.  He shares a personal story with the audience about his invitation to the White House in the early 90s that’s fantastically anecdotal.  But then he shares a very eye opening fact involving America's treatment of Hillary 20 years ago, and the impact that had on our country’s rejection of universal health care.  It’s a jab that only Moore can deliver, as he did in past films.
  • The film ultimately inspires both the on-screen and in-theater audience more than any debate or post-debate has.  Rightfully so, Moore announces he’ll run for President in the next election if Hillary does not do what she promises to in the first two years.  He invites Kanye to run with him.


Michael Moore in TrumpLand is now playing in New York City and Encino, CA.  Plans have been announced to make the film available soon on iTunes, but it is not yet live as of this posting.


Kickstart ‘Hallows Angels: Halloween Biker’ Patches Set!

Posted: 19 Oct 2016 12:00 PM PDT

6d0e032b0b3f4d23ada4d846d2ca681d_originalOur friend George Coghill is back with a new amazing Kickstarter, the embroidered Hallows Angels: Halloween Biker Patches, which runs through October 31st.

This set continues the series of paranormal, cryptozoological and alternative history themed patches that Coghill has funded on Kickstarter over the past two years (Bigfoot Patrol, Yeti Squad, Sasquatch Brigade, Cryptid Command, Ancient Astronauts and Ghost Guard).

The Hallows Angels is an embroidered patch set celebrating the classic colors and creatures of Halloween. Inspired by outlaw motorcycle gang patches as well as vintage Halloween decorations, these Halloween “haunter gangs” descend upon your town each October for their annual “haunter’s rally” to raise some Halloween. And of course, these haunter gangs needed their club patches!

Like a Sturgis rally for the supernatural, Halloween brings these gangs of haunters — jack-o-lanterns, skeletons, witches and black cats — to your town for 31 days of mischief and mayhem. And what would Halloween be without scarecrows, bats, owls and spiders — as well as other denizens of Autumn? As the campaign unlocks more Samhain stretch goals, the full lineup of this Haunter’s Rally will be unleashed from the crypt and you’ll get even more patches and merchandise with your qualifying pledge.

Your pledge earns you your “colors” (club patches) in all the Haunter’s Clubs in the Hallows Angels — the Stingy Jacks, the Skeleton CrewBlack Magic and Double Trouble.

You also get exclusive membership in the secret Thirty-Firster organization. As a patch-carrying Thirty-Firster, you vow to keep Halloween haunted. It’s a holiday that becomes more sanitized and commercialized every year. The Hallows Angels and the Thirty-Firsters never forget the creeps, ghouls and goblins that made this night what it really is.

This project is already funded and currently 1 of the three potential stretch goals has been unlocked.  Patch sets from previous campaigns are available as add-ons.

"Sons Of Samhain" stretch goal patch #1 — unlocked!

“Sons Of Samhain” stretch goal patch #1 — unlocked!

Halloween Forever, Forever Halloween.

Join the Hallows Angels and pledge now!


Win ‘Bad Moms’ on Digital HD

Posted: 19 Oct 2016 11:00 AM PDT

In this hilarious and heartfelt comedy from the writing duo behind The Hangover, Amy (Mila Kunis) has a seemingly perfect life – a great marriage, over-achieving kids, beautiful home and a career. However, she’s over-worked, over-committed and exhausted to the point that she’s about to snap.  Fed up, she joins forces with two other over-stressed moms (Kristen Bell and Kathryn Hahn) on a quest to liberate themselves from conventional responsibilities – going on a wild, un-mom-like binge of long overdue freedom, fun and self-indulgence – putting them on a collision course with PTA Queen Bee Gwendolyn (Christina Applegate) and her clique of devoted perfect moms (Jada Pinkett Smith and Annie Mumolo).

Written and directed by Jon Lucas and Scott Moore (The Hangover, Four Christmases) and produced by Suzanne Todd, (Alice Through The Looking Glass) and Bill Block (Dirty Grandpa), the comedy also features Jada Pinkett Smith (The Women), Christina Applegate (Anchorman 1 &2), Annie Mumolo (The Boss) and Jay Hernandez (Suicide Squad).  It's time to party like a mother with this hysterical and relatable film.

Bad Momsthe year's biggest R-rated comedy – a runaway hit with audiences and critics alike – is coming to Digital HD on October 18, 2016 and Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand on November 1, 2016, from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment.  The Blu-ray, DVD and Digital HD come with nearly an hour of exclusive bonus content including hilarious deleted scenes, gag reels and exclusive interviews with the cast and their moms that will have everyone laughing again and again!

And we’re giving away two copies on Digital HD!

To enter, please send an email with the subject header "BAD MOONS" to geekcontest @ gmail dot com and answer the following:

Kristen Bell and Mila Kunis previously shared a love interest in Jason Segal in this 2008 film?

Please include your name and address (U.S. Residents only. You must be 18 years old).

Only one entry per person and a winner will be chosen at random.

Contest ends at 11:59 PM EST on November 6th, 2016.


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‘Cyborg’ #3 (review)

Posted: 19 Oct 2016 10:00 AM PDT

cyb-cv3_dsThe Imitation of Life – Part Three: Nightmare
Writer: John Semper Jr.
Artist: Will Conrad
Cover: Paul Pelletier & Joe Prado
Variant: Carlos D'anda

Vic is dreaming of his first battle as Cyborg, side by side with the Justice League.  This time, however, his doubts cause the death of the members of the League. When Cyborg wakes, Sarah is by his side and exclaims that he shouldn't have been able to dream while she was running diagnostics on him.

Could the confrontation with Kilg%re have caused more problems than they realised?

Vic doesn't wait to find the answers, eager to try out the new transmogrification program. Amazingly it works. The nanites can mimic human the appearance of flesh. They drain a lot of his processing power to do so and if he loses concentration or over exerts, he reverts to his natural cybernetic appearance.

To help him relax Sarah talks him into a night at another jazz club, The Jazz Jungle. Upon entering Sarah and Vic are surprised that the maĆ®tre d’ seems to know him. As they sit at a table, the club singer collapses, with Vic only just able to catch her at the last second.

The singer introduces herself as Britton Claire, his ex girlfriend, she begins to cry when Vic professes to not knowing her. Sarah makes excuses and leaves while Vic catches up on the past with Britton. It seems his onboard memory has lost a lot of his past.

Britton reveals that they had been secretly in a relationship since senior year. They had kept the relationship quiet because Vic’s father never showed interest in his life. They split when Vic met someone else, but when Vic disappeared Britton tried to find him and spoke to Silas.

When Vic learns that Silas knew about Britton but kept her away from him his anger hinders the nanites and his cybernetic eye begins to reappear and forces Vic to race away back to S.T.A.R. Labs.

With Silas forced off duty after the Kilg%re attack, Vic is left to take his anger out on Dr. Morrow. Vic discovers that chunks of his memory where forced into dormancy so that the changes he suffered to become Cyborg didn't drive him insane. Vic demands their restoration but as the process begins Dr. Morrow traps him on a metal gurney and sides with the opinion that Cyborg is a modern Frankenstein's monster.

When Cyborg breaks free he is shocked to find Superman is there to stop him. The two heroes tussle and Cyborg teleports them to Mars so they don't jeopardize civilians. The problem is that this is all in his minds and though Sarah and Dr. Morrow are trying hard to reawaken him, he seems trapped in the fantasy smashing up S.T.A.R. as if he's duking it out with Superman.

Sarah calls Silas unaware she is speaking to his doppelganger. The real Silas Stone watches helplessly as his double swears to destroy his life and his son.

Meanwhile on M,ars the rest of the Justice League appear to kill Cyborg!

To Be Continued…

STORY: 4/5

That Vic’s really a monster and no longer human continues to be a theme and though it is feeling a little tired four chapters in. I know it's a long battle to repair the damage done to the character in the past but I think its time to move the story along a bit now. Revisiting the League's past feels a little like overkill – dreams or not.

Saying that the nanite camouflage is an inspired disguise; As much as I like Ben Grimm and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, I don't think Vic suits the same disguise, so its good to see some innovations being made to the character. He was beginning to look a little on the ridiculous side with all the robotics.


There is a hell of a lot of attention to detail here. EVERY panel is intricate and even the League costumes are correct circa 2011. Will Conrad has outdone himself this issue. Fantastic.

COVER: 4/5

You'd be forgiven for thinking you'd picked up a back issue here. It's beautifully done but as it's a flashback it feels a tad misleading.



This cover is another fantasy fight. It is disappointing considering the wealth of story such as the human disguise that could have been tapped into. It looks great, but again, feels like I'm being sold a story that I'm not really getting.

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