Much like other anthologies I read, in Collectibles some are fascinating, some less so. However, this is a solid collection featuring talented authors.
A non-fiction book composed of articles the author wrote while he researched post-war Germany’s attitude through street level investigations after World War II
The Flash, superhero alter ego of Barry Allen, the title hero, at a breaking point where he is about to lose everything and everyone close to him.
A graphic novel where The Flash is fighting The Rogues after finally pulling of that “one big score” and are living it up in a beachside mansion
Barry Allen, The Flash, has found out Wally West has a lot to learn, so he decided that decides he can no longer be Kid Flash until his training is done.
A graphic novel which culminates the story-line where Batman (Bruce Wayne) and Catwoman (Selina Kyle) are set to get married
Wonder Woman keeps losing her grip on what’s real and what’s not. No one knows why and Steve Trevor is even forced to put her in a psychiatric hospital.
The art was excellent, very enjoyable and expressive. Strong story and art really make a killer combination in comics and it’s always a pleasure to read one.
In The Phantom Zone, Superman meets General Zod and Rogol Zaar who wants to kill every Kryptonian he meets since they destroyed his planet.
Harley Quinn Vol. 3: Red Meat is a graphic novel featuring all the action, comedy, and even drama one would expect from the title psycho anti-hero and friends