Lestat de Lioncourt

When not dreaming of a one-way trip to Coruscant, I'm usually staring at a blank page, hoping my articles write themselves. 

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Twitter: @EnsignLestat58

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Lestat’s Comic Book Review Round-Up—April Week 3, 2019
6 days ago
Week three of April and my Comic Book Review Round-Up takes a look at Batman #69, Nightwing #59, Uncanny X-Men #16, Star Trek: The Q Conflict #3 and Star Wars: Age of Rebellion Special #1. Usually I would cover the latest Age of X-Man issue, but since that series continues to be a disappointment, I don’t want to foist more negativity on you. Without further ado, here are this week’s reviews.
Lestat’s Comic Book Review Round-Up – April Week 2, 2019
13 days ago
Week two of April, and my Comic Book Review Round-Up features Batman #68, the finale of Titans, "The Batman Who Laughs #4" and two Age of X-Man titles—"The Marvelous X-Men #3" and "Apocalypse & the X-Tracts #2."
Lestat’s Comic Book Review Round-Up – April 1, 2019
20 days ago
We begin April’s Comic Book Review Round-Up with "Female Furies #3," "Young Justice #4," "DIE #5," "Vindication #3," "Self/Made #5" and an X-Men Frenzy with "Age Of X-Man: Prisoner X #2," "Uncanny X-Men #15," and "Major X #1."
'For Blood or Justice: Stormkind' - Book One Review
24 days ago
Superheroes are all the rage in comic books and on screen, so it was a refreshing change to read a novella featuring superpowered costumed characters in Chuck Regan’s For Blood or Justice, the first n...
Lestat’s Comic Book Review Round-Up—March Week 4, 2019
a month ago
How did March already end? It’s been a great month of comics, but I close this week’s Comic Book Review Round-Up, with a curtailed list of titles, since one of my regulars has been postponed. However, there’s still plenty to get excited about. I dive into Detective Comics #1000, Heroes in Crisis #7, plus Age of X-Man: X-Tremists #2. For the number ones section, we have Marvel Rising, Dial H for Hero, and Valiant Comics’ highly anticipated Fallen World.
Detective Comics #1000: Ranking the Stories in the Landmark Issue
a month ago
This March, Batman turned 80 and Detective Comics released its landmark 1000th issue. Detective Comics has now become the longest-running comic series ever, and it seems fitting that this series was the birthplace of the world’s most iconic hero. To celebrate the dual historic moments, DC Comics gathered renowned artists and writers to pay homage to Batman’s legacy as well as visit his past, present and future in a collection of short stories for Detective Comics #1000. Along the way, readers me...