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The Continued Evolution of Harley Quinn, by Angela Rairden

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The Continued Evolution of Harley Quinn, by Angela Rairden

Harley Quinn went from being a notorious criminal as the Joker’s girlfriend in Gotham to being a well-intentioned, but not exactly law-abiding, anti-hero when she got a fresh start in Jersey. Now, in her newest reboot from writer Stephanie Phillips, Harley’s looking to become…a hero?!? In March’s Harley Quinn #1, everyone’s favorite psychiatrist-turned-delinquent clown finally returns to Gotham with an aim to make amends for her past misdeeds. This is not the same Gotham as the one she left, however. This Gotham is still shook from the Joker War, the aftermath of which has left the good people of Gotham...

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The Brilliance of Future State Aquaman

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The Brilliance of Future State Aquaman

Brandon Thomas and Daniel Sampere are building a modern masterpiece with the tour de force, Future State Aquaman.

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Frankie's Reviews: The Next Batman #4, X-Men Legends #1, Wonder Woman #2, and Immortal Hulk: Flatline

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Frankie's Reviews: The Next Batman #4, X-Men Legends #1, Wonder Woman #2, and Immortal Hulk: Flatline

It was a good week to be a comic fan. The Next Batman #4, X-Men Legends #1, Wonder Woman #2, and Immortal Hulk: Flatline delivered a range of compelling stories.

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Frankie's Reviews: Future State: Superman of Metropolis #2

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Frankie's Reviews: Future State: Superman of Metropolis #2

In a relatable and fast-paced Future State: Superman of Metropolis #2, Sean Lewis and John Timms embrace the fact that Jonathan Kent will never replace his father as Superman, and instead finds a place as the Superman for a new era.

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Frankie's Reviews: The Next Batman #3

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Frankie's Reviews: The Next Batman #3

The Next Batman #3 premiered this week, and while the issue makes valid points about the modern justice system, John Ridley’s script tends to bash readers in the face with overt social commentary.

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