General Mills Batman v Superman #3

Coo-coo for comic books Not content with merely making the World’s Finest cereal, General Mills has teamed up with DC to put collectible Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice comics in some of…

General Mills Batman v Superman #4

Coo-coo for comic books Not content with merely making the World’s Finest cereal, General Mills has teamed up with DC to put collectible Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice comics in some of…

Batman/Superman #30 review

In this issue, we get the conclusion of Taylor and Rocha’s “Universe’s Finest” arc. Superman contends with his mysterious captor, Batman cruises the cosmos in Lobo’s ride, and–not satisfied with merely capturing our…

Elseworld’s Finest review

Published as a two-issue limited in October and November of 1997, Elseworld’s Finest takes the seeds of Batman and Superman and plants them in the soil of a World War-era, Indiana Jones-style adventure tale. With…

Teen Titans #17 review

When I saw, months ago, that Greg Pak would be writing Teen Titans for a few issues, I allowed myself a measure of cautious optimism. While far from my favorite writer, Pak at…

Batman/Superman #29 review

It should come as no surprise that Tom Taylor–who knows Batman and Superman well enough to write a satisfying conflict between them in the Injustice series–would write the most satisfying picture of the…

Black Canary #8 review

This book is not for me. I’ll do my best to remain objective, but I can’t guarantee that my feelings about its general premise won’t spill out at least a little. Feel…