Injustice 2 #8 review

Damian just continues to cross lines that are frankly quite appalling, all the while looking more conflicted than ever, even as he’s doing it. I’m expecting Tom Taylor is setting us up…

Harley Quinn #25 review

Harley is celebrating 25 in style! This slightly plump special issue packs in a little extra Harley for those of you can’t seem to get enough. And to sweeten the deal, Chad…

Justice League/Power Rangers #5 review

Remember this comic? No? I don’t blame you: it’s been on hiatus since last spring, that’s why. That tends to happen when you have months-long gaps between issues of a six-issue limited…

Injustice 2 #7 review

Tom Taylor really want us to feel the burn in this latest addition to the emotional treadmill that is Injustice 2. We took a little break from the big action last time…

Batgirl #13 review

We get another one-shot from Hope Larson on the Batgirl title, and this time it’s a team-up with Catwoman in a little tale humorously titled “The Truth about Bats and Dogs”. I’ll…

Harley Quinn #24 review

It’s rare for the Harley Quinn team to swing and miss, but this issue just didn’t connect for me. It’s definitely a bridge piece and it does have some fun stuff, but…

Batwoman #5 review

The Many Arms of Death may be behind us, but as predicted, Marguerite Bennett and James Tynion IV remind us in “Blinding” that Kate’s experiences on Coryana will continue to shape her…

Injustice 2 #6 review

After reading Supergirl’s solo series to review her team-up with Batgirl, you can probably imagine that I wasn’t too excited about seeing Kara feature so prominently in the latest issue of Injustice…

Supergirl #11 review

Steve Orlando brings “Escape from the Phantom Zone” to its inevitable finale. What do you think, folks? Do Supergirl and Batgirl and random Ben character make it out safely? Do they defeat…