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Name: Matt Boresi

Bio: Opera and Musical Theatre Writer and Professor living in Chicago. G.I. Joe fanatic and Marvel Zombie dipping his toes into the DC waters.



A man called Nathaniel Cable Askanison DaySpring Sinister Pryor Summers: Son of a clone and a mutant (or maybe the…

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Ummmm – what happened to this book? The other two reviewers mentioned this, but I think they gave it too…

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This review is terribly late because I’d saved this book to read, having enjoyed issue 1 so impossibly much. As…

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unclerocco's Recent Comments
July 22, 2012 7:15 pm This comic really reads like a movie treatment - that being said, it's a very good comic so far and a movie I'd see.
January 21, 2012 12:25 am It's a cool looking logo, I think, but if you have to spell the whole company name out just to make people recognize the two letters you are trying to represent, I'd call that a failed design. And one of the three people I showed it to is a regular comic reader, so the letters "D" and "C" together aren't far from the tip of his brain at any given time. The McDonald's arch is definitely an M.
January 20, 2012 2:45 pm I just printed the logo out and brought it to three people and said, what is this the logo for? And they all said "C" something, I guess. And they I said, "the sticker is a 'd'". And they said, "Oh. I guess. You can't see that, though."
January 14, 2012 6:20 pm Ohhh, I get it, Rob Liefeld is EDGY. Like Pearl Jam and "Friends". Recycle, kids, TO THE EXTREME!
January 3, 2012 3:53 pm Sure it's heavy handed, but they also have a man whose powers are above all other called "Superman", a guy in the water called "Aquaman". A bad guy called "Darkseid" from the dystopian planet "Apokalypse"? And that thing in the swamp? Well, you see where I'm headedi
January 3, 2012 3:41 pm The Exanctioning Action Doesn't Stop! With Captain America clearly dead forever, who will the man called Cable exanct upon next? I'm looking at you, Tony Stark - through my light-up eye!!!
January 2, 2012 11:44 pm Yep. Secret Avengers #18.
December 30, 2011 10:27 pm I couldn't have loved this issue or these one-shots more. A quick question though for anyone who can explain it (spoilers): If Black Widow returned to Zero Point and then hit the first button, weren't the Avengers ALREADY fatally shot?
December 27, 2011 1:12 pm Issue of three of this book went right in the toilet. I'll flip through this one, but if they dropped the underground society story and the art is a rushed scribble-eemess again, I'm afraid I've got to say goodbye to this one.
December 20, 2011 1:45 am This book is so good. I hate all the flak it's gotten just because people didn't like what they did with Starfire (come on, do we really care what they did with Starfire?) - and because "Arsenal" and Jason Todd have been the crappiest characters in the worst stories of the past five years. This book is good. I will say, though, in #3 the coloring made it hard to immediately tell what was going on. Yes, this book more than any though makes me confused about the new 52. Roy says to Jason in #1, "Ask her if she remembers any of your old gang, Vic, etc." Which implies that there was ALREADY a Teen Titans featuring Cyborg... but Teen Titans makes it seems like Teen superheroes are NEW, and Justice League makes it seem like Vic started as a Justice Leaguer. Anybody have this figured out?