Frontline Reviews For The Week Of July 25, 2018!

Join us on the Frontlines with our weekly review roundup. This is where we have assembled to give our thoughts on various issues that are released each week. This week we have Brant, Jay, Jesse,  Justin,  Kat, & Louis giving reviews for books from Aftershock, Alterna Comics, Archie Comics, Black Mask, Dark Horse, DC Comics, Image Comics, Marvel Comics, Scout Comics, and Titan Comics! Check out the reviews below and let us know what you think in the comments below or on Twitter. Welcome to the FRONTLINE REVIEWS, hope you enjoy the experience! BROTHERS DRACUL #4 “The Missing”  Written By: Cullen Bunn Art By: Mirko Colak Colors By: Maria Santaolalla…

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SDCC 2018: Morrison & Sharp Relaunch Green Lantern With Focusing On Hal’s Life As A Space Cop!

DC has announced they will be relaunching GREEN LANTERN this November, replacing the Hal Jordan And The Green Lantern Corps which ends with #50. The new series will be written by Grant Morrison and art by Liam Sharp with Hal Jordan as the lead in a more space police procedural series. “Instead of the big, epic, 12-part stories, we’re focusing down on the everyday life of a space cop. Basically, it’s no more apocalypse-ending storylines. The basic concept is that [Hal Jordan] is like a space cop that patrols a…

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Dark Nights: Metal Hammers All Of The DC Universe, With More Tie-Ins, And One-Shots!

More Face-Melting “Metal” Mayhem Coming in November and…  DARK NIGHTS: METAL Hammers All Of The DC Universe,  With More Tie-Ins, And One-Shots As Scott Snyder and Greg Capullo’s high-octane roller coaster ride DARK NIGHTS: METAL is keeping fans on the edge of their seats, it’s also keeping the heroes of the DC Universe busy fighting for their lives in the form of a series of tie-in stories and  a one shot issue featuring the return of Thanagar’s favorite mystery hunter, Carter Hall. As a follow up to the Gotham Resistance…

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