All-Star Batman #6 review

A lone, dark figure begins to come into view, still largely shrouded by the thick snow. The blistering winds whip a long, black cape back and forth.  The frigid temperature, which is…

First Look: Batgirl #7

Babs is back in Burnside.  After her sojourn in Asia and a memorable flight with Poison Ivy, Batgirl comes home to meet new challenges and new foes.  Batgirl #7 doesn’t come out…

Teen Titans Go! digital-issue #39 review

Break out your beach blankets and suntan lotion, work on your volleyball game, because it’s time for spring break. I… has Garth ever been to the beach?  Borscht?  Ok then… And wait,…

Nightwing #12 review

I’m a firm believer that every character has a good story to tell.  At least, most characters have at least one good story in them.  There may be some fringe characters who…

The Dark Knight III: The Master Race #7 review

Has there been a comic series of such varying quality in recent memory?  I remember finishing the first issue of DK3 last November (no, that one before that) and being pleasantly surprised…

All-Star Batman #5 review

My relationship with this arc has been rather… strange.  Even though there were aspects of Scott Snyder’s writing on Batman that I wasn’t a huge fan of, I was still greatly looking…

Super Powers #2 review

“Fun” can be a dirty word these days.  With a greater push for “grittier, grounded” stories and more “realistic” depictions of dudes who can fly and the living alien computers that seek…

Nightwing #11 review

Let me tell you about the new best villain ever, the Pigeon. The Pigeon and her sidekick Defacer were once apprehended by Batman and Robin.  Their crime?  The self-described “art terrorists” would…

Gotham Academy: Second Semester #4 review

Things have been strange in Gotham Academy lately.  I don’t just mean the school, either, as things have always been strange there.  No, this title has been in a bit of a…