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Freeze Frame 8/10/2017

From Justice League Of America #12 by Ivan Reis & Marcelo Maiolo

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Freeze Frame 7/28/2017

From Image+ #16 by Ian Berdman

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Freeze Frame 7/14/2017

From Dark Days The Casting #1 by John Romita Jr, Klaus Janson, Alex Sinclair & Jeremiah Skipper

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Freeze Frame 6/30/2017

From Kamandi Challenge #6 by Phillip Tan, Norm Rampund & Dean White

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Freeze Frame 6/16/2017

From Gotham Academy Second Semester #10 by Adam Archer, Sandra Hope & Msasyk

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Review of Detective Comics #950

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Eddy Barrows

By James Tynion IV, Marcio Takara, Alvaro Martinez, Eddy Barrows, Dean White, Brad Anderson, Adriano Lucas, Raul Fernandez & Eber Ferreira

Last week Detective Comics released their milestone 950th issue. However, instead of using the occasion to focus on Batman or one of the title’s other central characters, such as Batwoman, writer James Tynion IV choses to put the spotlight on figures who have not been prominently featured in his run so far. While Orphan and Azrael have functioned well within Tynion’s excellently executed group dynamics, they have not been given the same amount of attention as Spoiler or Red Robin. Tynion rectifies that situation with his anniversary issue.

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This Week’s Finest: Grayson Annual #2

GraysonAnnual2CoverBy Tim Seely, Tom King and Alvaro Martinez

I lose my powers. You’re a spy. Bruce is an amnesiac. Legends don’t change. Us? We’re all just guys?” – Superman from the pages of Grayson Annual #2.

It’s annual week at DC comics with 5 titles releasing their yearly oversized issues. There is a negative perception of Annuals floating around, even me, king of positivity is known to grumble from time to time when my favorite comics hit annual week. But here is the thing, they are usually pretty good. A lot of annuals allow creators, whether regular or guest, to take a step aside from the ongoing story lines and tell a fun, exciting story. An annual allows a guy like me, who doesn’t necessarily read a book monthly, to try it out and have some fun with the characters. This is the situation I find myself in this week with Grayson. I’m glad I picked it up because Grayson Annual #2 turned out to be my favorite book of the week.

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