Superman #21 review

What a week.  With Superman #21 here, we effectively get two Super Sons issues in one day.  What a wonderful world it can be. Before jumping into the issue proper, I just…

Nightwing #19 review

Does Dick Grayson work best when he’s in the desert?  What could possibly prompt such a bizarre question? Stay with me here: in the past few years, two of the best issues…

Super Sons #3 review

Last month, I said this might be my favorite book on my slate right now.  Yeah, I think I can eliminate the “might be;” Super Sons is great, and I look forward…

All-Star Batman #9 review

And so Batman has encountered the ends of the earth.  Not the locations, though; the actual events that would lead to the world’s end. A world that ends in disaster. A world…

First Look: Bane: Conquest #1

The return of both Chuck Dixon and Graham Nolan to DC Comics is a big enough deal, but reuniting for a maxiseries starring their most enduring creation?  That’s just downright amazing. Bane…

Super Powers #6 review

Super Powers is a lot of things.  It’s fun.  It’s bright.  It’s colorful. It’s silly.  It’s crazy.  It’s funny. It’s a simple, light-hearted all-ages book that advocates the virtues of goodness and…

Teen Titans Go! digital issue #42 review

Remember a while back when DC released Teeny Titans?  It was a promotional tie-in for a mobile game that I’m not sure anyone ever played.  There was no resolution within the comic…

Superman #20 review

You have no idea how hard I had to fight myself to not open the review with “look, up in the sky…” But really, this is Superman.  It feels like Superman, and…