Tim went solo in 1993 and had a successful ongoing comic series. Dick Grayson is the first and the most well known, but Tim got to hold several mini-series plus his regular series that was over 183 issues (not counting annuals plus extra oddly numbered issues). This video review is based on his first story arc in his regular series that spread from Detective Comics #668. Going out completely on his was a gutsy move for being as inexperienced as he was, but it was a great journey. Major Spoilers in this video.

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Never did I think that the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers would ever cross over into the DC Universe, but writer Tom Taylor and artist Stephen Byrne do just that! This first issue has a huge catastrophe take place that is set 36 hours in the future with Superman consoling Zack, the Black Ranger for something that has occurred. We soon see that there was an event taking place between the Justice League and the Power Rangers that has lead to an epic journey.

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Previously, Midnighter teamed up with Agent 37, aka Dick Grayson, in his mission to retrieve many pieces of technology that was stolen from the God Garden.

In this issue we conclude the small arc with Agent 37 helping Midnighter. Interesting read with excellent art that is illustrated throughout the issue. The story is consistent in the overall storyarc with Midnighter unraveling the keys to who is behind stealing the artifacts and tech from the God Garden. His banter with Dick Grayson is incredible and they definitely need to have a team up with Batman at some point down the line. Check out my thoughts on the issue in the video below.

Midnighter #5

Written by: Steve Orlando

Illustrated/Drawn by: Stephen Mooney

Released: October 2015