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 Week 3, January 2019
a day ago
It’s been an exciting comic book week. Though several of my favourite series have ended, there’s a handful of new series released that I decided to check out. The majority of the issues I read for my week three Comic Book Review Round-Up were stellar; unfortunately, not all. For DC Comics, Titans #33 was action-packed and pacey and The Batman Who Laughs #2 remains excellent. The conclusion to the X-Men Disassembled arc was outstanding, yet unexpected. I’m really intrigued to know what Marvel has...
Lestat's Comic Book Review Round-Up Week 2
8 days ago
My second Comic Book Review Round-Up was a much better experience than the first. It’s been an epic week of battles between the good and evil on-page. Some heroes triumphed, others continue to battle another day. I’m really glad that the majority of the art was par for the course and none of the material was overly regressive or problematic (not any more than usual, anyway). This week’s quick-fire reviews include DC Comics’ Nightwing, Batman, and the new Young Justice comic by Brian Michael Bend...
Lestat's Comic Book Review Round-Up
14 days ago
I read a few select comics every week, so I've decided to do a round-up of reviews of those comic books. This will, hopefully, help you decide which titles to pick up or give up on. Kicking off my first Comic Book Review Round-Up of 2019 is a look at DC Comics’ controversial, Heroes in Crisis series by Tom King, the ongoing Titans series, as well as Marvel’s solo title Shatterstar, the eighth issue of Uncanny X-Men and the new limited series Star Wars: Age Of The Republic. The list of comic book...
DC Universe’s 'Titans' Season 1 Finale Review
a month ago
Previously on Titans, Dick Grayson (Brenton Thwaites) had run head-long through a force-field that Seamus Deaver’s Trigon had placed after entering Earth, while Kory Anders (Anna Diop) and Donna Troy (Conor Leslie) were locked out. In the season one finale, we see why Dick was the one allowed into Trigon’s thrall and what lies in wait for him.
'Titans:' 5 Comic Book Characters That Should Join the Show
2 months ago
DC Universe’s Titans had a rocky start but has settled into an entertaining, albeit dark, superhero show. So far, the main team members are Dick Grayson (Brenton Thwaites), Kory Anders/ Starfire (Anna Diop), Gar Logan/ Beast Boy (Ryan Potter) and Rachel Roth/ Raven (Teagan Croft). In the show’s eighth episode, a new character was introduced – Conor Leslie’s Donna Troy. In Titans, we see Donna is a professional photographer whose art is highly sought-after. She also uses her skills to take down c...
Book Review: 'A Christmas Gift' by Sue Moorcroft
3 months ago
Sue Moorcroft’s Middledip series of romantic fiction returns with A Christmas Gift, a dual story following drama instructor at Acting Instrumental, Performing Arts College, Georgine France, and new fa...