Unlimited Comics Shipped for $7.99 USA & $25 International
Cart 0

Frankie's Blog — dc comics

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

dc comics future state immortal hulk marvel comics next batman x-men

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.

Read more →


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

dc comics dccomics future future state futurestate superman of metropolis

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.

Read more →


Frankie's Reviews: The Next Batman #3

batman dc comics future state next batman tim fox

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.

Read more →


Frankie's Reviews: Future State: Aquaman #1 and Avengers #41

aquaman avengers black panther dc comics future state

Frankie's Reviews: Future State: Aquaman #1 and Avengers #41

Future State: Aquaman #1 put a cosmic spin on an oceanic adventure while Black Panther battled a Phoenix-infused Man-Thing in Avengers #41. Check out today’s edition of Frankie’s Reviews.

Read more →


Comics to Check Out for 1/20/2021

batman batman/catwoman cable catwoman dc comics donny cates gerry duggan king in black marvel comics mikel janin phil noto ryan stegman tom king venom x-men

Comics to Check Out for 1/20/2021

Happy Monday, everyone! This week saw the release the release of a cornucopia of cool comics for our eyeballs to feast on. Here are just a few to check out! Cable #7 With the dust settling after the X-event “X of Swords” has concluded, Cable #7 doesn’t let the young Nathan Summers rest for long, as he and his erstwhile sister Rachel Summers team of with law enforcement to track down missing mutant children. However, there may be more to the Order of X, the children’s kidnappers, than meets the eye at first blush. Nathan discovers that his past—even if...

Read more →