Batwoman #4 review

“Blackstar” concludes the Many Arms of Death storyline, but only in a manner of speaking.  Marguerite Bennett and James Tynion IV have left a number of critical plot elements hanging, no doubt…

Harley Quinn #22 review

Harley Sinn started out life in the pages of Harley Quinn as a nasty also-ran in Harley’s Gang of Harleys who was too violent and too unhinged for that kooky squad. If…

Injustice 2 #4 review

Injustice 2: come to see the reveal of Ra’s al Ghul, stay for some heart-tugging reminiscences of his petulant little grandson. Tom Taylor knows how to write emotional family dynamics and there’s…

Dark Days: The Forge #1

Here is a list of things I love in comics:  Batman, Superman, Hawkman, Aquaman, Green Lantern, the Joker, and big dramatic splashy action pages. Here’s a list of things in Dark Days:…

Supergirl #10 review

Steve Orlando can write. It wasn’t that long ago I praised his Batman/Shadow team-up as one of the best Batman comics I’d read in a long time. The script there was neither…

Injustice 2 #3 review

Injustice 2 combines Digital Firsts 5 & 6 (“Contingency” and “Breakout”) into an issue of Injustice heavy on the intrigue. And if you have been playing the “Who’s FauxBat” game for the…

Harley Quinn #21 review

Once again this book surprises me with a twist I could have never predicted. And may I also say that Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti manage to pack more into 14 pages…

Injustice: Ground Zero #12 review

Last issue, I went through the many reasons why Injustice: Ground Zero didn’t quite the hit the mark and this week I’ll add “timeliness” to that list. Digital Firsts 23 & 24…

Batman / The Shadow #2 review

If you loved the opening salvo in this fantastic collaboration between DC and Dynamite, hopefully you’ve returned for more. If you missed out on that number one, there’s probably still time to…

Batgirl #11 review

After reading the first three pages of this week’s Batgirl, I was already gearing up to write a completely excoriating review. And then…a miracle happened! Hope Larson pulled it off. The “Son…