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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: Radiant Black #1, Teen Titans #2, The High Republic Adventures #1, Dark Detective #3, Home Sick Pilots #3

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Frankie's Reviews: Radiant Black #1, Teen Titans #2, The High Republic Adventures #1, Dark Detective #3, Home Sick Pilots #3

Future State: Teen Titans #2 and the fantasy art of Star Wars: The High Republic Adventures #1 shined, Dark Detective #3 delivered a unique take on Gotham City while Radiant Black #1’s opening anthem hit a sour note.

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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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