Walmart has 4 exclusive DC Comic Book specials that are only available in their store. The books themselves are in the form of anthology books that have several stories from different continuities and different timelines. This review is based of off the Teen Titans comic which has four stories involved, two of which have Tim Drake and one has Conner Kent aka Superboy. This was awesome to read and some of the characters being shown have been sorely missed in current DC Comics.


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It is not much of a secret that Jean-Paul Beaubier, aka Northstar, is a gay Mutant in the Marvel Universe. His story of officially coming out in 1992’s Alpha Flight #106 was not a subtle story and quite emotional to read. The issue involves a tear jerker plot with the Canadian superhero finding an baby in a trash can that is HIV positive and only has a short while to live. This coincides with another retired superhero who’s own experience with AIDS causes him to attack out of anger and depression. Check out my thoughts on this issue in the attached video, but be warned, major spoilers ahead.


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This is it, the epic conclusion to the Flash War in Flash #50 and holy hell, there was such a huge surprise at the end of this series. It is potentially going to link to much bigger stories down the line that could incorporate other heroes that have been sorely missing in the DC Universe. Check out my thoughts in the attached video for this comic book review but be warned, MAJOR SPOILERS!


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This week’s comic load is slightly different. My buddy, sidekick, and superman cutie – Cerolobo – helps out with his insights on this week’s comic book pull list. We couldn’t get to all of the comics we had a chance to read, but for his first non-spoilery comic book review, he did a great job! Check it out and let me know what you thought about the attached video.
Special note, Flash #50 came out this week and had a HUGE development that I will go into on my own in a separate video. I felt like it deserved its own video with this plot point taking place.


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It’s The Rawhide Kid in this 5 issue 2003 mini series. Also known as Johnny Bart, the Rawhide Kid helps out a town being attack by a gang of outlaws. He also confuses a lot of people with his clean cowboy look and suave personality. Check out my thoughts on this mini series. Thank you Michael for these comics!

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It’s an AMAZING comic book day! See what I did there? Amazing Spider-Man #800 is out and one of Spidey’s buddies do not make it through this issue when the Red Goblin charges through his rampage. Rogol Zaar is a new Kryptonian killer in the first issue of The Man of Steel series. Jean Grey ponders her existence in X-Men Red Annual #1. Havok comes to his senses after turning slightly evil in X-Men Blue #28. Captain Marvel gets help from other Captain Marvels in Infinity Countdown Captain Marvel #1. Batman meets Ozymandias and Johnny Thunder finds Alan Scott’s Green Lantern in Doomsday Clock #5. Here’s my thoughts on this week’s comic load in the attached video. What’s your load look like?


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It is the third issue of the 1980’s He-Man and the Masters of the Universe magazine. This issue has their own unique version of the origin of the Horde plus two cool posters and lots of nostalgia promos as well. Check out my thoughts on this edition in the attached video.


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Oh yes, there was a Masters of the Universe magazine that came out in the 1980s. This is the second issue that came out. I previously did a video on the first issue, you can check that out if you’re so inclined (Click Here). Meanwhile, this second issue includes lots of 80s nostalgia and a couple mini stories involving our favorite leather harnessed muscle superhero, He-Man!


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It’s the 1000th issue of Action Comics and Superman’s 80th Anniversary special. He is considered the first comic book superhero and has a plethora of stories made by many different writers through the decades. Created by Jerry Siegel and Joe Shuster – Superman is iconic and the most well known comic superhero of all time. Check out my thoughts on this 1000th issue as DC Comics collects several different short stories that all spotlights the Man of Steel.


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This is the first Masters of the Universe Magazine that came out back in the winter 1985. There were many products that came out with He-Man on it, and several of these media outlets included comics, storybooks and this magazine. Check out my thoughts on this first issue in the attached video.


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