Batman/Superman #32 review

What happens when the Trinity heads to China to track down a solar flare with an identity crisis? What does a Chinese Justice League look like? These questions (and more!) are answered…

New Suicide Squad #20 review

We’re treated to another issue of Seeley & Ferreyra’s New Suicide Squad, and all I can find myself thinking is, “Are we sure there’s not a way these two can continue this…

The Flash #51 review

Just a couple of caveats before we get into the particulars of this book: I can’t tell you the last time I read a Flash comic. I don’t want to say “never”…

Detective Comics #52 review

Here we are at the final issue of Detective Comics’ run for the New52…but it doesn’t feel like a final issue.  This story has no time for reflection or introspection.  Jim doesn’t…

Midnighter #12 review

We have reached the end… Midnighter’s run comes to a close with this issue, and it genuinely makes me sad. When this title was announced, my knowledge of Midnighter was strictly compiled…

Injustice: Year Five #9 review

Every week Brian Buccellato has brought his A-game to Year Five of the Injustice series, and every two weeks we get a floppy issue of the Digital First content to have and…

Happy Birthday Denny O’Neil

Today is Dennis O’Neil’s 77th Birthday!  77 years?  Isn’t that how long Batman has been around? Indeed.  As a matter of fact, both Dennis and Batman came into this world in May…

Upcoming Comics: May 4, 2016

Ah…. May… I always loved the month of May when I was in grade school, because it meant that school year was almost over. Don’t get me wrong, I was one of…

Batman: Blink review

Batman: Blink is a collection of two arcs about Lee Hyland, a man born blind who nonetheles sees more than the unimpaired. Originally appearing in Legends of the Dark Knight in 2002 and…