Black Canary #10 review

This could have been the issue of Black Canary I’ve been waiting for—but it’s not. While I hate to spoil the end of a thousand-word review, I feel it my duty to spare…

Batman/Superman #31 review

Prepare to have your heart warmed, broken, and thrown in the blender once again. As Pete Tomasi’s two-month takeover of the Superman books continues, Batman gets involved, a mysterious new super-being flexes his…

Batman: Unseen review

I take Batman comics seriously by default. And if it’s hard for me to tell for certain that a particular story isn’t meant to be interpreted in some other way, I struggle…

Superman #51 review

There’s always a job for Superman It’s 2016, and DC’s enormous Rebirth initiative looms close on the horizon. During the months of April and May, Pete Tomasi and an assortment of artists will…

Batman: Jekyll & Hyde review

With every day, and from both sides of my intelligence, the moral and the intellectual, I thus drew steadily nearer to that truth, by whose partial discovery I have been doomed to such a dreadful…

Justice League of America #8 review

Have they been abandoned? It’s been more than two months since the release of Justice League of America #8. While Bryan Hitch has crafted an intriguing conflict with excellent characters, his DC You hit…

Batman in the Seventies review

To a modern fan, Batman in the Seventies might seem unappealing. If you’ve been weaned on the New 52 approach to the Dark Knight, this book will likely seem almost as foreign as the famous Batman television show…

Teen Titans #18 review

Can I trust you, Robin? Before Greg Pak came aboard for last month’s Teen Titans #17, several readers (and reviewers, if I remember correctly) were saying that what this title needed more than…

Batman: Venom review

Some of the best Batman stories I’ve read deal with Bruce Wayne’s response to failure. Whether it’s the loss of a Robin, the loss of mobility, or the loss of a Robin,…