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…

Teen Titans #13 review

Teen Titans #13 got lost in the shuffle a few months ago. I’ll be taking over reviews for the title starting with February’s issue, so I’m covering this one in the meantime….

Batman Arkham Knight: Genesis #6 review

Batman Arkham Knight: Genesis #6 Written by Peter J. Tomasi Illustrated by Dexter Soy Colored by Dave McCaig Lettered by Deron Bennett Cover by Stjepan Sejic I find myself in the interesting…