Posts Tagged ‘Gabe Eltaeb’

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Another week brings with it another set of Convergence tie-in issues. For week three we go even further back for our setting to pre-Crisis Gotham City. Yes, Gotham City again, but what better setting for a Batman story featuring that team that came between the Justice League and the Bat-Family, the Outsiders.

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Originally posted on Nerds Unchained. Click here for the full review of Convergence: Batman and the Outsiders #1.

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After five chapters of somewhat lacklustre buildup and the appearance last issue of Green Arrow’s army of allies, it’s time this month for the concluding chapter of “The Kingdom.” With a legion of non-powered heroes at his back to take on all of John King’s “subjects,” will Green Arrow finally be able to take down his adversary…and save the girl?

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Originally posted on Nerds Unchained. Click here for the full review of Green Arrow #40.

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Here we are, “Kingdom” part four, guest starring Green Lantern. John King’s villainy intensifies; Green Arrow and Green Lantern have an, interesting, relationship; Katana likes to kill people (out of necessity); and the supporting is, well, they’re there. Has this story found it’s stride? Is it reaching its potential greatness?

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Originally posted on Nerds Unchained. Click here for the full review of Green Arrow #38.

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Andrew Kreisberg and Ben Sokolowski’s run on Green Arrow continues this month with the third installment in the “Kingdom” story arc. This month we get our first real introduction to the arcs title villain, John King (I’m only counting last issue’s appearance as a glimpse), and his subjects. Is the King, apparently with power over even men of God, the villain Green Arrow needs right now?

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Originally posted on Nerds Unchained. Click here for the full review of Green Arrow #37 .

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I had a lot of complaints about last month’s installment of Green Arrow. New writers. New art direction. The sudden and strange appearance of merging the comic world and TV world of the character (I know that’s not what’s actually happened, it just feels like it). Perhaps it was just a bit of a hiccup out of the gates for the new creative team though. In contrast to last month, Green Arrow #36 seems like things are getting back the right track.

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Originally posted on Nerds Unchained. Click here for the full review of Green Arrow #36.

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Goodbye Jeff Lemire, hello Andrew Kreisberg, Ben Sokolowski and whatever it is you have done to this book. I have to be honest here, I know it still says “Green Arrow” on the cover, but right now, that’s feeling like maybe it’s one too many words.

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Originally posted on Nerds Unchained. Click here for the full review of Green Arrow #35.