Tag Archives: Greg Rucka

Wonder Woman: Rebirth #1 (DC)

Rating: 5/5 – Addressing Wonder Woman’s Lack of Clear Beginnings. By ComicSpectrum senior reviewer Shawn Hoklas. From the opening pages to the very end of Wonder Woman: Rebirth, writer Greg Rucka is setting the stage for how he’s going to … Continue reading

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Cyclops #6 (Marvel)

Rating: 4/5 – Extremely New Reader Friendly, Cyclops in Space With the Starjammers. by ComicSpectrum reviewer Adam Alamo. I’ll lay my cards on the table and admit I’ve never been a big X-Men fan, nor have I found Cyclops to … Continue reading

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Cyclops #2 (Marvel)

CREDIT: Marvel Comics Rating: 4.5/5 – A Fresh New Take on an Established Character. by ComicSpectrum reviewer Adam Alamo. Never in a million light years would I have thought I would enjoy a Cyclops solo book. But here I am, … Continue reading

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Lazarus #8 (Image)

CREDIT: Image Comics Rating: 5/5 – Rucka and Lark Are The Ones We Are Looking For! by ComicSpectrum reviewer Hank Johnson. There are certain comic book series that are like a great mixed drink. You sit at the bar, have … Continue reading

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The Veil #1 (Dark Horse)

Rating: 2.5/5 – A very slow start for a promising series. by ComicSpectrum reviewer Will Hessling. This was a very slow issue, we got very little exposition or dialog.  I also didn’t feel like I got any sort of touchstone … Continue reading

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Lazarus #5 (Image)

Rating: 4.5/5 – Second arc plunges the story to new depths. After a short hiatus, Greg Rucka and Michael Lark bring us Lazarus #5 to jumpstart the new arc in a way that pushes this futuristic dystopian yarn to new … Continue reading

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American Vampire Anthology #1 (DC/Vertigo)

Rating: 4.5/5 – All-star creators telling dark little stories. I’ve been a fan of American Vampire by Scott Snyder & Rafael Albuquerque since it debuted in 2010, another very strong Vertigo staple.  The series is currently on hiatus, Scott Snyder … Continue reading

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