Harley Quinn #24 review

It’s rare for the Harley Quinn team to swing and miss, but this issue just didn’t connect for me. It’s definitely a bridge piece and it does have some fun stuff, but…

Batwoman #5 review

The Many Arms of Death may be behind us, but as predicted, Marguerite Bennett and James Tynion IV remind us in “Blinding” that Kate’s experiences on Coryana will continue to shape her…

Injustice 2 #6 review

After reading Supergirl’s solo series to review her team-up with Batgirl, you can probably imagine that I wasn’t too excited about seeing Kara feature so prominently in the latest issue of Injustice…

Trinity #11 review

The virus infecting the Justice League is not what it appears to be! As Wonder Woman discovers the truth of their dire situation, Batman and Superman take care of their own crises….

Batman and the Shadow to meet again this fall

In a bit of a surprise, another Batman/The Shadow crossover will be coming this fall.  The current miniseries from Scott Snyder and Steve Orlando is only about halfway through, so it’s curious…

Batman #27 review

“The Ballad of Kite Man”, HEL….  Hmm…?  Is it too early in this review to start dropping “Hell Yeahs”?  Na, I don’t think so.  “The Ballad of Kite Man”, HELL YEAH!!!! If…

Nightwing #25 review

25 issues already.  It’s crazy to think that it’s only been a year since Dick took up the Nightwing mantle again.  Shipping bi-monthly certainly gets you more adventures, of course, and a…

Super Sons #6 review

A funny thing happens anytime I read Super Sons.  I go into it expecting some great action and writing, which I get in spades, of course.  What seems to slip my mind,…

Justice League #25 review

Molly’s back, and she’s telling tales! While the real villain of “Timeless” discusses multiversal threats with Batman, the rest of the League has a serious tussle with an enemy far older than…