Batwoman #2 review

Marguerite Bennett and James Tynion IV continue to build intrigue in this relaunch of Kate Kane’s story and it looks like we’re in for a slow burn. The title of this week’s…

Harley Quinn #18 review

Harley Quinn delivers another straight-up blast of adrenalin in this week’s “Abduction Reduction”.  Come for the cannibalism, stay for Paul Dini’s dessert. Yes, we have another two for the price of one…

Injustice: Ground Zero #10 review

If Injustice: Ground Zero was a drinking game in which we all took a shot every time someone on team Harley or team Joker flipped allegiances, we’d all be under the table…

Injustice: Ground Zero #9 review

Injustice: Ground Zero ramps things up this week, even as it treads some already well-traversed ground. Christopher Sebela incrementally increases the stakes for Harley Quinn and her gang, while also making some…

Harley Quinn #17 review

Boy are you in store for a treat from the Harley Quinn HQ this week!  Not only does this comic get us back on the ground and out of the giant insects…

Batgirl #9 review

Oh my. Let’s just get straight to the point. Here are some things I really love in a comic: A superhero who is conflicted by her feelings for the son of a…

Harley Quinn #16 review

It’s curtains for this netherland storyline, which has been a strange departure. To say so feels like a misnomer for a Harley book–in which everything is always strange all the time, but…

Batwoman #1 review

It’s Batwoman’s first issue!  After her…first issue. But that was Rebirth and this is just her regular series. I’m not going to pretend that makes any sense at all, but if you’re…