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…

Injustice: Ground Zero #8 review

It would appear that Christopher Sebela is flying solo these days on Injustice: Ground Zero. With Brian Buccellato no longer credited among the creators for this title, I guess he is no…

Harley Quinn #15 review

There’s so much going on in this comic. So much that my little pea brain is having a hard time keeping up with all of it. Fortunately the pace in this week’s…

Injustice: Ground Zero #7 review

Sometimes (like, oh, right now), Injustice: Ground Zero feels like it just wants so desperately to break out into a slapdash heist movie full of colorful and zany hijinks. Part of that,…

Batgirl #8 review

I love it, I hate it. I want to see what happens next and also want to burn the pages of the current book. Sometimes an extreme reaction is a good one….

Injustice: Ground Zero #6 review

Last go-round I talked about Ground Zero suffering from some very uneven storytelling and this book is a perfect example of the counter-swing to the last issue.  Whereas that one felt sort…

Batwoman: Rebirth #1 review

Batwoman’s rebirth pulls no stops in this stunning opener that’s more a feast for the eyes than for the intellect–but that’s hardly a bad thing. If you have never read a Batwoman…