Category Archives: The JJ Report

Doomsday Clock #1 Review

Written by: Mathew ‘JJ’ Simoes Wow… this review is late.  After over a year of build-up, the long running plot thread in DC’s Rebirth line takes it’s first steps in reaching a climactic conclusion in the first issue of Doomsday Clock.  This series was promised to explore Doctor Manhattan’s role in creating the New 52, and bring the characters of

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6 Comic Books That Should be Turned into TV Shows

Written by: Mathew ‘JJ’ Simoes Live action comic-book adaptations are all the rage these days, with the most notable of adaptations being superhero works.  However there are many comics that have yet to be adapted or had adaptations fall flat.  Here are six comic books that should be adapted into televisions series. Nailbiter Joshua William’s crime thriller from Image comics

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The Wild Storm Book One Review

Written by: Mathew ‘JJ’ Simoes DC Comics released The Wild Storm, which is a relaunch of the Image Comics Imprint they acquired from it’s owner, Jim Lee.  Wildstorm flourished under DC Comics with critically acclaimed titles from well known, as well as up-and-coming creators.  However lagging sales led to the end of the first iteration of Wildstorm, and the universe

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X-Men Gold Vol. 1: ‘Back to the Basics’ Review

Written By: Mathew “JJ” Simoes When Marvel relaunched the X-Men franchise after Secret Wars, I was among those largely disappointed by the line’s output.  Despite having big name creators, the general direction of the line felt stale, with the only stand out title being All-New Wolverine.  Seeing this negative reception to the X-Men line, Marvel set about working on another

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