Justice League #1 review

After a month and a half of Rebirth, we finally get our first installment of the brand-new Justice League! Full of action, heroes, and creepy enemies, Justice League #1 will set the…

Batman: Arkham: Killer Croc review

Who is Killer Croc? What motivates him? Is he just a primal beast, or is there more to one of Batman’s strongest, most brutal foes than meets the eye? With Rebirth recently begun…

Break from the Bat #5: New Super-Man

Welcome back to another edition of Break from the Bat! We’re a month into Rebirth, and I don’t know about the rest of you, but I am digging it! We’ve got solid-to-excellent…

DC Comics/Dark Horse: Aliens review

What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object? This is the essential question at the heart of DC Comics/Dark Horse: Aliens, a universe-melding collection of crossovers that bring everyone’s favorite family…

Justice League: Rebirth #1 review

Superman is dead. The Justice League lives, but how can it go on without its brightest, most hopeful hero? Can they turn to the new Superman on the scene? Can they trust…

Teen Titans Annual #2 review

Scott Lobdell returns to Teen Titans. That might be enough to make most of you turn tail and run. If I weren’t reviewing this for you, the fair citizens of the Internet,…

Dark Night: A True Batman Story review

If you’re a Batman fan, chances are good that you’re also a Paul Dini fan. Batman: The Animated Series, Detective Comics, Rocksteady’s Arkham franchise—even Harley Quinn herself—all are properties where Dini has left…

Teen Titans #21 review

Tony Bedard has done what no previous writer in the New 52 has been able to do—he’s written a fun Teen Titans book. No more trying to be cool, no more placing characters we…

Teen Titans, Vol. 4: Light and Dark

The fourth volume of Scott Lobdell’s New 52 run on Teen Titans is right in character with the volumes that precede it. Whether or not you consider that a good thing will (obviously) depend…