Comic Series Reviews, Comics

The Lightning League

Hey guys, gays, and gworls! I’m back at it like a crack addict with my take on the continuation of the Shazam storyline through its new comic book series “SHAZAM”! SYNOPSIS “Teenager turned super-hero Billy Batson struggles to balance school and superheroics! (Guess which one is more fun?) But when Shazam unlocks a shocking secret […]

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Who Hurt Yu?: YuYu Hakusho Vol. 1 – Vol. 4

Hey guys, gays, and gworls! It’s a new year, meaning all-new content! Every Friday will be an analysis of a manga series. This manga is titled “YuYu Hakusho” which translates into ghost files and/or ghost fighter. Yoshihiro Togashi is the writer of this manga series as well as the writer of the Hunter x Hunter […]

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Mutants Are the New Black

No matter what skin color you are, you must know about the history of slavery and mistreatment of people of color in America, specifically black people. When you take a closer look… mutants in Marvel Comics are treated the same freaking way! So, one of the comic series that I didn’t get into until recently […]

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Mera: Miss Atlantean Kween

Who was tired of Aquaman’s sun-dried stories? I sure enough was. Don’t get me wrong he had a few bangers but now it’s time for him to make way for miss Mera and her time in the spotlight. Mera and the Queen of Atlantis is a short comic book series that follows the story of […]

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Spidey: Schools Out

Everyone loves their friendly neighborhood Spider-Man and he’s not even in some of our neighborhoods (ha-ha). Well now that Spidey’s free from school what will he do now? Find out in the comic book series written by John Barber, “Spidey: Schools Out”! As John Baber described it to us, “Peter Parker just survived his first […]

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The Good Sis Moon Girl & DD

Ya know, I applaud Marvel for giving us more of a variety of blacker heroes in their comics. One of my new favorite heroes that they have whipped up is Moon Girl with her good mans’ Devil Dinosaur. Moon Girl AKA Lunella Lafayette is a super-intelligent 9-year-old girl who lives on the Lower East Side of […]

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