Category Archives: In Retrospect

Where I look back upon a series run of issues that either ended, or that I’ve dropped. It’s a retrospective look at particular comics, and how well they accomplished their goals and such.

In Retrospect – DEMON KNIGHTS #0-23

Yet another DC comic I love ended in August, but this one was a “long runner”; at least so far as can be described these days. DEMON KNIGHTS is finished. Did it have a right to run two years? Should … Continue reading

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In Retrospect – DIAL H #0-15 (2012-2013)

The connection is severed – DIAL H is finished! Well, almost, but it might as well be! Only a year or so passed, and already canceled! What went wrong? What went right? Why cut down a series to early in … Continue reading

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In Retrospect – THE DEFENDERS #1-12 (2011-2012)

We’ve made it people. And entire year gone and the site still going strong. Stronger than ever perhaps. It’s time to say goodbye to the series that started it all. It’s Matt Fraction’s THE DEFENDERS.

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In Retrospect – THE SHADE #1-12 (2011-2012)

James Robinson’s epic twelve issue maxi-series came to an end, and we’re talking about it. It’s THE SHADE #1-12.

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In Retrospect – RESURRECTION MAN #0-12

One of the most surprising books to come out of the New 52 first wave, RESURRECTION MAN was the – for lack of a better word – resurrection of the nineties comic series of the same name. It tells the … Continue reading

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In Retrospect – RED LANTERNS #1-9

For a while this book left me seeing red. Now I’m just blue. And really tired. It’s my retrospective look at the first nine issues of Red Lanterns.

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In Retrospect – OMAC #1-8 (2011-2012)

Starting off a new segment of the blog, it’s my long overdue retrospective on the canceled ongoing series and original New 52 alumni, Dan Dedio and Keith Griffen’s OMAC.

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