Author Archives: Elias Rosner

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Secret Weapons Owen Featured Reviews
“Secret Weapons: Owen’s Story” #0

By | Mar 16, 2018 | Reviews

Valiant’s “Secret Weapons” mini-series may have come and gone but that doesn’t mean we’re done with them just yet. In this one-shot, Owen returns to give us a rundown of the items of his garage sale. Yeah, not my idea of an exciting issue either but hey, if it works to get me invested in […]

Abbott #2 - Featured Reviews
Pick of the Week: “Abbott” #2

By | Mar 1, 2018 | Pick of the Week, Reviews

Last issue, we got introduced to the world of Elena Abbott, her personal, professional, and societal problems as well as a series of strange, shadowy occurrences. It was a striking debut but the question remains: Does issue two keep the ball rolling or does it spend much of its time spinning its wheels? Beware, spoilers […]

DC: The New Frontier - Featured Reviews
“DC: The New Frontier”

By | Feb 19, 2018 | Reviews

With Rebirth now in full-swing, having not one but two big, delayed event books going on simultaneously, I thought I’d be fun to look back at a story that does more in six issues than a lot of events do in ten. Granted they’re oversized issues but my point still stands. So, without further ado, […]

Bloodshot Salvation #6 - Featured Reviews
“Bloodshot: Salvation” #6

By | Feb 15, 2018 | Reviews

After a few issues away, Bloodshot finally returns to Magic after going on his ill-advised journey to Daddy’s home. Yuck, just writing that name makes me deeply uncomfortable. Thankfully, Lemire moves us beyond his trailer park of sadness and into some really cliched superhero moments that comment and riff upon themselves, making their placement significantly […]

Swamp Thing Winter Special - Featured Reviews
“Swamp Thing Winter Special”

By | Feb 9, 2018 | Reviews

Even though it has only been around a year and a half since Swamp Thing’s last major appearance, it feels like he has been missing for years. He left after going on grand missions and then returning to his roots as a monster of the swamp. How fitting, then, are the stories contained within this […]


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