Detective Comics Vol. 5: Gothtopia review

When Gotham City is a crime-free utopia… you know something’s wrong.  Batman, wearing white and operating in the daylight?  That just isn’t right.  What’s going on?  And why on earth is Catwoman…

First look: All-Star Batman #8

Scott Snyder’s All-Star Batman has been genuinely insane, and frequently in the best possible way.  There was the bonkers “Two-Face and Batman vs. all of the assassins” concept of the first arc,…

Batman ’66 Meets Wonder Woman ’77 #2 review

I really wish this had been billed as simply “Batman Meets Wonder Woman.”  Take a Golden and Silver Age jaunt through these characters’ histories, all the while seeing them unravel a decades-long…

Detective Comics vol. 4: The Wrath review

A celebration of a landmark issue. The rise of a dark doppelgänger. A whole lot of Man-Bat. All of these things and more are found in The Wrath, the fourth graphic novel…

DC teases Looney Tunes crossover comics

Details are scarce, but DC Comics just shared a pretty cryptic blog post: Stay tuned. Jonah Hex. Yosemite Sam. Martian Manhunter. Marvin the Martian. Lobo. The Road Runner. Batman. Elmer Fudd. Say what…

Batman/TMNT Adventures #4 review

Month in and month out, I’m loving these title pages.  It’s a strange thing to mention, but given that they’re the first thing you see after the cover it’s important to leave…

Green Lanterns #17 review

Green Lanterns has truly been a delight.  That in itself is kind of surprising, because Wonder Woman got it right back in Justice League #50: “why does Earth need another Green Lantern?” …

Nightwing #15 review

There need to be more comics like this, in intent if not content: self-contained, standalone issues.  One-and-dones.  Arcs are fine every now and then, but it’s great to be able to read…

Super Sons #1 review

After what seems like an eternity, Super Sons is finally here.  There’s been a lot of anticipation building up to this title, and… you know what?  I’ll just cut to the chase:…