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Brightest Day By Day | Issue Twelve

The latest issue of Brightest Day was released this week so as is customary, comicbookdaily.com brings it’s bi-weekly look at this controversial book that’s either a hit or miss depending on who you talk to. What’s the verdict this week?

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Brightest Day By Day #11

Writers: Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi Artists: Ivan Reis, Scott Clark, Patrick Gleason and Joe Prado Inkers: David Beaty, Oclair Albert, Keith Champagne, Tom Nguyen Colours: Peter Steigerwald Cover: David Finch; Ivan Reis...

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Brightest Day by Day | Issue #10

Writers: Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi Artists: Ivan Reis, Scott Clark, Joe Prado Inkers: Oclair Albert, David Beaty Colour: Peter Steigerwald and John Starr Cover: David Finch Change is an immutable part of life, and this issue...

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Brightest Day By Day | Issue #9

Writers: Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi Artists: Patrick Gleason, Ivan Reis and Joe Prado Inkers: Rebecca Buchman, Keith Champagne, Tom Nguyen and Ivan Reis Colour: Peter Steigerwald Letterer: Rob Clark Jr. Covers: David Finch and...

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Brightest Day by Day | Issue #7

Writers: Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi Artists: Ivan Reis, Patrick Gleason, Scott Clark, Ardian Syaf, Joe Prado Inkers: Vicente Cifuentes, David Beaty, Mark Irwin Colour: Peter Steigerwald and John Starr What do you do when life...

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Brightest Day by Day | Issue #4

Writers: Geoff Johns and Peter Tomasi Artists: Ivan Reis, Ardian Syaf, Scott Clark, Oclair Albert Back again by unpopular demand, here’s another weekly review from yours truly. This week we’re looking at the latest installment...

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(Brightest) Day By Day | Introductions

Following the events of Blackest Night, Brightest Day is set to be either the jumping on or jumping off point for DC Comics. Can the series bring in new readers or will it see a mass exodus of readers who have grown weary of DC’s many universe-changing storylines? Andrew Ardizzi reports on this ongoing bi-monthly series.

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