Author: Jennifer Tidwell

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Review – Hawkeye #7

Spoilers ahead for Hawkeye #7 There wasn’t enough Lucky the Pizza Dog in this issue, but other than that it was great. Filled with flashbacks to Kate’s childhood, we get several glimpses into her relationship with both her mother and the father she has been trying to track...

Review – The Flash #23

Spoilers ahead for The Flash #23. I was curious what affect Thawne’s death in “The Button” would have on Flash going forward. I was not expecting this: When reading the first page of The Flash #23, I actually had to stop to say, “Wait, what!?” Eobard Thawne being...

Review – Hulk #6

Spoilers ahead for Hulk #6. So far, Hulk has been light on action as it examines post-traumatic stress. It has been a great look at the changes Jen has gone through after Civil War. But until now, apart from glimpses on the covers and flashbacks, we haven’t seen...

Review – Dr. Aphra #7

Spoilers for Dr. Aphra #7.  I didn’t think it was possible, but I think Aphra got upstaged! In her own comic! The “Screaming Citadel” continues as Aphra and Luke meet up with Han, Leia and Sana, with Triple-Zero and Beetee in tow. For an issue of Dr. Aphra,...

Review – Wonder Woman Annual

Major spoilers for Wonder Woman Annual. As another way to celebrate the release of the Wonder Woman film, I wanted to draw attention to the magnificent Wonder Woman Annual that was released this Wednesday. I admit that I usually skip over annuals, especially when they diverge from the...

Review – Deathstroke #19

Spoilers ahead for Deathstroke #19 and “The Lazarus Contract” crossover. You might have seen the image floating around and wondered what it’s about: Deathstroke with super speed! What? Has Slade Wilson become a speedster now? Well, not quite. The same week that Slade returns to CW’s Arrow, DC...

Review – Wonder Woman #23

Spoilers ahead for Wonder Woman #23. I’ve not been covering Wonder Woman, but with the film coming out next weekend, and this being the conclusion of an arc, I thought now would be a good time to start. While I haven’t written about this series, I have been...

Review – The Flash #22

When the covers were revealed for The Flash #22, I was convinced the final issue of “The Button” arc would include a visit from The Rival, Jay Garrick’s old enemy. The covers depicted a shadowy figure in Garrick’s outfit, which is what Dr. Edward Clariss typically looks like....