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Wildman and Canada are prisoners of the enemy! Kunoichi is a prisoner in sick bay! Lincoln faces the Bureaucrats! Lady Blackhawk battles the Internet! And who, or what, is Mother Machine?! Blackhawks only gets cooler – and stranger – by the issue.

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Leaving The Skies 0

Blackhawks has delivered a great super technology military type story so far, does writer Mike Costa continue to give these characters personalities and add onto a deep story?  THE GOOD: I really like the art. It's very detailed but it is sketchy and I really like it when a comic book has lines for shadowing on character faces and everyone else in the book. In this issue we get to see a little bit of what is happening to Canada and Wildman. They are in a high class city that is revealed to be ma...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Swing And A Miss? 0

The Story: Titus attempts to escape the Eyrie…or at least it appears that way at first.  My Thoughts:Blackhawks was a series I didn't pick up initially. I was late to the party and picked up the first and second issues last month. When I read them both I was impressed enough to continue following it this month. Unfortunately the series sort of lost the flare it had. This issue wasn't horrible, but it wasn't enough to satisfy me. Mike Costa is the series writer. I've never read anything from him ...

2 out of 2 found this review helpful.

Nanocites are awesome! 0

Synopsis: Who is Mother Machine? Meanwhile, Titus makes his move on the BlackHawks. What's Good? After a reenactment of the movie, Up with some dogs, Mother Machine is finally introduced to Canada and Wildman along with her plans. She doesn't appear to be a genetic villain like in any other comic. As I wrote before in issue #1, nanotechnology plays a role that wouldn't be that exciting in any other series (maybe in Mister Terrific) just because of the possibilities of using nanocites that's expl...

1 out of 1 found this review helpful.
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