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Comic Book Previews & Reviews: Rod Reis

C.O.W.L. #1
Review: C.O.W.L. #1
3 Comic Reviews
Short for the Chicago Organized Workers League, Kyle Higgins, Alec Siegel, and Rod Reis' "C.O.W.L." #1 finds its superpowered members disgruntled and bitter following a golden age of heroes.
Justice League #29
Review: Justice League #29
3 Comic Reviews
The newly reformed Metal Men don't get the exposure that was expected, but Cyborg's tense confrontation with Grid makes "Justice League" #29 by Geoff Johns and Doug Mahnke a worthwhile chapter leading to the conclusion of "Forever
Justice League #28
Preview: Justice League #28
3 Comic Previews
“FOREVER EVIL” continues! With the Justice League gone, new heroes continue to rise up throughout the DC Universe! The Crime Syndicate tried to kill him, but now Cyborg is back …
Justice League #27
Review: Justice League #27
3 Comic Reviews
In "Justice League" #27, Geoff Johns and Ivan Reis rebuild Cyborg and illustrate why "Doom" is critical in the name of the "Doom Patrol" who are less than lucky against the Crime Syndicate.
Justice League #25
Preview: Justice League #25
3 Comic Previews
FOREVER EVIL continues as the Crime Syndicate hunts down the few heroes left foolish enough to challenge them-including Batman’s protege, Dick Grayson. But Owlman has other plans for Nightwing…and Owlman’s …
Aquaman #25
Preview: Aquaman #25
3 Comic Previews
via USA Today THE EXTRA-SIZED CONCLUSION TO “DEATH OF A KING”! Aquaman now knows the true responsibility that comes with being King of Atlantis. But that means he and Mera …
Aquaman Annual #1
Review: Aquaman Annual #1
3 Comic Reviews
John Ostrander, Geraldo Borges, and Netho Diaz team Aquaman back up with the Others in "Aquaman Annual" #1, but unlike Ostrander's last visit to the team, this story feels a bit rushed and truncated.
Aquaman #24
Review: Aquaman #24
3 Comic Reviews
Geoff Johns' next-to-last chapter of "Death of a King," as well as his next-to-last issue as writer, unfolds in a grand way in "Aquaman" #24, filled with origins, surprises, and great imagery from Paul Pelletier and Sean Parsons.
Aquaman #23.2
Review: Aquaman #23.2
3 Comic Reviews
The "Forever Evil" breakout at Belle Reve gives Atlantis' one-time king a chance to star in a comic book as Geoff Johns, Tony Bedard and Geraldo Borges give us "Aquaman #23.2: Ocean Master."
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