Batgirl #42 review

Last month we saw the rebirth/escape of the villain Livewire. This month’s “Surge Protection” gives us her origin via her YouTube-like channel (for which she also apparently did makeup tutorials–seriously). Babs calls…

Gotham by Midnight Annual #1 review

Gotham by Midnight gets its own annual, which, though a bit surprising, is certainly very welcome given the overall quality of the book and the range of possibilities available to the mixed…

Batgirl Annual #3 review

Do you need to read Batgirl no. 42 first? No!  Feel free to skip the regular Batgirl series or save it for after: this story is definitely a stand-apart. This is the…

Upcoming Comics: July 29, 2015

I officially think I’m jinxed when it comes to technology… I feel like everything has broken or messed up on me this month. When I went to Comic Con, my hotel’s wifi…

Teen Titans Go! Digital Issue #21 review

Teen Titans Go! Digital Issue #21: “My Little Mustache” Written by Merrill Hagan Illustrated by Jeremy Lawson Lettered by Wes Abbott This… is rough.  I usually at the very least enjoy this…

Gotham by Midnight #7 review

“Nobody Cares” is the title of this venture into the teeming dark underbelly of Gotham City, the irony being in the juxtaposition of a demon who makes people so apathetic they literally…

Harley Quinn and Power Girl #2 review

Last month’s “Extrastellar Exploitations” in the Galaxia Del Sombrero have led to this month’s “Excess of Exes” as Harley Quinn and Power Girl are deluged with a downpour of minions sent from…

Black Canary #2 review

Black Canary is proving to be a slow burn. That may be frustrating for some, but I see much potential in the book to watch Brenden Fletcher build a foundation for this…