Till all are one! The first arc of the Netflix Transformers War for Cybertron trilogy (which unfortunately is not tied to the underrated War for / Fall of Cybertron games) is a love letter to the fans as it greatly
The 5 issue crossover miniseries between the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles & the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers is pure fan-service with some ‘Morphinominal’ art, great interactions between the Teenagers with Attitude & the Heroes in a Half Shell, and some
The theme of legacy in Mark Waid’s run on the Flash took front and centre; from the anxiety of leaving the master’s shadow, to growing into one’s own, the run reaches its poetic end in “Chain Lightning”, where Wally West
Rather interestingly, Paul Jenkins’ “Prelude to Schism” – as the name suggests – is an interesting case in which a prelude far more outshines an event than the event itself. I would daresay even it has very little to do
Rather than focus on one single member of the corps, Patrick Gleason and Dave Gibbons’ Green Lantern Corps dispersed its focus among its members creating what is best described as “Apocalypse Now”, “We Were Soldiers” or even “Jarhead” in Space.
I don’t usually promote Batman graphic novels as they get quite enough exposure without me trying to. However, this is by far one of my favorite books both as a Batman book as well as Grant Morrison one. Not only