Though late, we love User Reviews nonetheless

Alright, I admit, I’m behind.  But a little late or no, we must show you a bit of what’s been going on with iFanboy user reviews this past week.  Let’s get to it.

unoob figured out how to write reviews, and jumped right in with some disappointment in Green Arrow / Black Canary #9.

Story: 2 / Art: 1

Where Cliff Chiang’s pencils were gorgeous, Mike Norton’s pencils seem to be trying to imitate Cliff’s, but it comes across as a cheap knockoff. Plastic Man looks especially horrible, and the rest of the cast look like they were taken from animation stills straight out of an old episode of Scooby-Doo circa 1973.

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fills in an iFanboy deficit with his take on Wonder Woman #21.

Story: 4 / Art: 5

Ok, I’m in. That’s the gist of my review. I’ve been a little hesitant about this title since Gail Simone took over, but she assuaged my fears with her recent issues. I went back and reread #19-21 of Gail’s run and I can see that she’s setting up her Wondy-verse here.


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Mart comes in with a very full review on Trinity #2.  It’s not going so well. 

Story: 2 / Art: 4

I’m not a big one for the ‘bat-god’ who can apparently take down cosmic beings with two minutes of preparation and a paperclip, but this Batman moment was believable and, as they say, cool. The Superman scene wasn’t plausible, even for the DCU – planets and suns above Metropolis, and no harm done? It reminds me of the time Mon-El brought a dwarf star to Legion Plaza. As you do.

That’s all for now.  There are plenty of other great reviews in the Comics Section.  Go read them.  If you haven’t taken the plunge, give it a shot.  You might get highlighted here or on the audio show.



  1. I appreciate the mention. 🙂

    Thanks Josh!