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Review: 4 Kids Walk Into A Bank #3

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4-kids-walk-3-6Great things come to those who wait is a saying that doesn’t always come true, but in the case of 4 Kids Walk Into a Bank #3, it absolutely does. I cannot think of another title in recent memory, where after only two issues released, people were begging for the next one. Sure, there are a lot of good series in the last few years that blew me away, but 4 Kids Walk Into a Bank just felt so damn familiar, and yet so damn new. I’ve heard The Goonies comparison, and I do get that, but really you can insert many films from that era that really understood how kids talked, acted, and didn’t under estimate how they can go from being brilliant to moronic within a couple of minutes.

Matt Rosenberg has really taken 2016 by storm. From this title and Civil War 2: Kingpin, as…

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Review: Detective Comics #946

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dtc_cv946_dsMuch like Action Comics, Detective Comics #946 continues the great legacy that this series is known for. Being one of the few comics that can puff its chest out at having almost 1000 issues, it has some big shoes to fill. Thankfully, James Tynion IV knows Batman, Batwoman, and the rest of this team very well. Much like Snyder, Tynion has spent years with these characters and knows what makes these characters tick. He shows that with every issue of Detective Comics, and #946 is no exception. This issue continues The Victim Syndicate arc, and I really enjoyed it.

In this issue, we get so much story packed in. We get the newest members of the team, Batwing, and Azrael fighting alongside Batman and Batwoman. We see Stephanie Brown, Spoiler dealing with what happened to Tim Drake, her talking to a computer version of him, and thinking about…

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