Batman and Robin Eternal #18 review

The “mystery” behind Harper Row is finally revealed.  I say “mystery”, because I’m pretty sure that everyone saw that coming from a mile away.  Since nothing that transpired during this issue was…

Batgirl #48 review

“Old Friends” brings Black Canary back to the pages of Batgirl, but don’t get too excited. While Dinah may have perked the book up a point the last time we saw her…

Midnighter #9 review

Now this is more like it! After last month’s less-than-stellar issue, Midnighter returns with a level of violence and vulgarity that just warms my heart… which may or may not speak volumes…

Batman Beyond #9 review

  Cat’s TidBits: Terry’s brother, Matt, has gone to Metropolis in search of something that can possibly help them in the present, but will he find it? Splicers have shown up, as previously…

Detective Comics #49 review

Last night, I woke up in the middle of the night and couldn’t get back to sleep.  Why?  I had this issue on my mind and was so concerned with whether or…

Batman Europa #4 review

Before you freak out about the score, please read the whole review. All roads lead to….yeah, it had to come down to that, didn’t it?  So here we are: the final chapter…

Batman ’66 Meets the Man From U.N.C.L.E. #3 review

  When Gotham’s most dangerous criminals escape from the Arkham Institute and join forces with international criminal organization T.H.R.U.S.H., will the combined crime-fighting camaraderie of the Dynamic Duo, Batgirl the Dominoed Daredoll,…

Injustice: Year Five #3 review

If you have fallen off the Injustice wagon, you might be missing out on Brian Buccellatto’s best work on this series: Digital Firsts No. 5 “Bait” & 6 “Decoy” deepen the intrigue…

Black Canary #7 review

There’s no easy way to put this, so I’m just going to say it. I’m beginning to dislike this book more and more. In fact, I’m starting to dislike all of Fletcher’s…