Injustice: Ground Zero #3 review

After reading Harley Quinn No. 11, this felt like the dark mirror opposite of that book in some weird way. Whereas in Harley’s solo series she was booting Mistah J out the…

Harley Quinn #11 review

Harley and Puddin’–together again!  Well, not really. I mean, they’re finally face-to-face in this issue, but only long enough squabble a bit before tentatively making plans to have it out later.  Harley…

Batgirl #6 review

I guess I didn’t see this one coming. I fully expected the “Beyond Burnside” arc to be over, but Hope Larson gives us this one-shot epilogue to close things out (and Rafael…

Harley Quinn #10 review

Harley rings in the holiday with a special all her own (in case you actually missed her front and center in the regular DC Rebirth Holiday Special). And somehow the schtick of…

Injustice: Ground Zero #2 review

I thought Harley’s narrative in the last issue was merely a device to introduce Ground Zero to audiences that maybe skipped a year or two (or all) in the Injustice saga. But…

DC Rebirth Holiday Special #1 review

Over the years I’ve come to expect that these Holiday Specials will likely have a couple of really great stories, a couple of pretty good ones, and at least one outright stinker….

Harley Quinn #9 review

“Butt Maiming & Mind Gaming” may be my favorite title for a Harley comic yet. Writers Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti bring Harley back to Coney Island for more bizarre dream sequences,…

Injustice: Ground Zero #1 review

Injustice: Ground Zero offers a launch point for anyone completely new to the Injustice world. “All Bad Things Must End” (Digital Firsts 1 & 2) spends it’s whole first half recounting five…