Harley Quinn #20 review

I confess I’ve been kind of dreading this cage-match time-travel storyline since it was telegraphed months ago, but as always Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti manage to sell a premise that’s completely…

Injustice 2 #2 review

If you can never get enough of Batman against Batman (or even faux-Batman), welcome to Injustice’s latest grudge-match between the caped crusader and that evil guy pretending to be him–yeah, you know…

Batwoman #3 review

Coryana is an island full of mysteries and Marguerite Bennett and James Tynion IV tease out bits and pieces of the puzzle as this exotic thriller continues to play out. In this…

Injustice: Ground Zero #11 review

Yikes! Josh perhaps said it with the most honesty in his round-up of the week’s comics: “I don’t think anyone cares anymore now that Injustice 2 has arrived.”  The sad thing is…

Supergirl #9 review

Ostensibly this issue of Supergirl (“Escape from the Phantom Zone” part 1) is the continuation of the story that began in the Supergirl and Batgirl annual that was released in late March?…

Harley Quinn #19 review

I’ve always been pretty stingy with the 10s around here and I confess I found myself looking for a flaw in this book just to keep those mated 1s and 0s precious….

Injustice 2 #1 review

Tom Taylor is back and he’s looking good on his return to the Injustice universe! While he contributed a little between Buccellato and Sebala’s runs, he’s really been off the title since…

Batgirl #10 review

Dad Gordon! Dick Grayson! Ridiculous new super-villain in a ridiculous new theme suit! This week’s offering on the altar of Batgirl is an interesting example of a well-paced visually exciting comic with…

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…