And oh, I can't believe it. The hated evidence.Read more >
One day, I bought two issues of the GLTAS comic book. I wasn't sure what to expect, as I'd never read the books before. I must say, after reading the books I was somewhat disappointed, enough to never purchase another issue again. However, following the announcement of the thirteenth issue, my interest has remerged. I thought for a while and realized the book had lost me due to the absences of the entirety of the show's supporting cast. As of ten issues, the only supporting and or antagonist to have appeared in the book are Atrocitus, Zilius Zox and Sayd. I feel as though this dampers the comic's continuity, as I personally believe the book should dish out two stories: One revolving around the main cast of the series and another dealing wi…Read more >
Seeing as this was the first episode to debut after the wiki's reformat, I figured it was time for a review. The episode opened up to a fairly promising start, seeing Razer again was a delight. It's nice to see the Blue Lantern Corps slowly gaining more members with the inclusion of Brother Warth, though I feel he needed a bit more screen time.
My biggest problem from the episode stems from the fact that Aya somehow regained her robot body. It was established in Reboot, that her body was left behind for the a particular guardian of a certain universe to dissect. I expected this to be addressed, but alas it was not. I ignored this and can say that I enjoyed the rest of the episode. I thought the chemistry between Razer and Aya is continuing …Read more >