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Issue #5 starts out with young William Batson wandering the streets of… I think it’s New York? To be honest, I forgot which city he’s in. I guess it doesn’t matter, because America is burning due to G. Gordon Godfrey’s…
The last issue underwhelmed, being a bit too focused on exposition and not enough on action and plot advancement. That being said, it gave us our first look at what would become the Suicide Squad, so it was far from…
Don’t get me wrong, I want to see Justice League. I absolutely won't miss it. But the truth is I'd see Bridget Jones 4 if Batman showed up in it.
Welcome to November! It’s officially the holiday season and the studios are now bringing out their A-game in terms of star-studded special effects extravaganzas. Once again, we at the Agony Booth are here to make knee-jerk assessments about which of…
It wasn't always easy to fill 22 pages worth of Comic Code-friendly stories and adventures, especially not since anything good you came up with would just get stolen by Stan Lee anyway. Combine that with deadline panic, and you end up with a few characters who didn't think their personas through very well.
This week, the DC/CW superhero shows launch their very first four-night crossover event, and most of the episodes are all titled “Invasion!”, and if you’re a comics fan you probably already know this crossover is loosely based on Invasion!, DC Comics’ company-wide event of 1988.
The Flash crosses over from the CW to hang with Supergirl, and this superhero team-up is basically everything that Batman v Superman was not. For starters, there's ice cream for everybody.
Captain Cold gets kidnapped! This looks like a job for... anyone but Team Flash, because seriously, screw that guy.
It's the second to last episode of the season! While hunting for Eddie, who's been kidnapped by Harrison, Joe manages to get himself kidnapped, not by Harrison but by a 2,000-lbs. psychic gorilla.