Batman #21 review

It’s been 11 long months, and I’m sure that many of us have been patiently waiting for DC to continue the story that began in their epic DC Universe: Rebirth #1 that…

Detective Comics #954 review

Batman and Ra’s having a conversation in the Batcave.  Right behind shirtless sword fighting, I think this is one of the most quintessential things that comes to mind when I picture these…

Batman #20 review

Batman #20 is the climax to the “I am Bane” story arc, but it’s also the climax to King’s entire sprawling Batman trilogy.  It started with “I am Gotham”, transitioned into “I…

Batman #19 review

In the last issue, King spent a considerable amount of time illustrating the similarities and differences between Bruce and Bane.  This time, there is an entirely different parallel at play, but it’s…

Detective Comics #952 review

James Tynion IV started off his run on Detective Comics with “Rise of the Batmen”/The Colony storyline and followed that up with “The Victim Syndicate” arc.  Both of those were fairly original…

Batman #18 review

I don’t like how King forces characters to fit into a mold they don’t belong in just so he can tell the story he wants to tell.  To be honest, I think…

Detective Comics #951 review

Lady Shiva. I think my work here is done.  No?  Ok then, I guess I’ll elaborate. The story opens with Lady Shiva torturing a Colony member, and for those readers not familiar…

Batman #17 review

Tom King’s work can be very polarizing, and likewise, unpredictable.  I used to be someone that could simply say, “I love Tom King’s work”.  But after the highs and lows I’ve witnessed…