Earth 2: World’s End #3 review

Well, the steam had to run out some time.  After a strong start, a few of the cracks in the quality of the earlier issues have become full-fledged problems.  This is just…

Futures End #25 review

What a fun and exciting read! I’m reminded of an old parable about building a house on sand and rocks. In the parable, the house built on the rock stands, whereas the…

Catwoman #35 review

Catwoman #35 “Comfort to the Hurt of the King” Written by: Genevieve Valentine Art by: Gary Brown God this has been a long time coming! I can’t express the joy I have…

Infinity Man and the Forever People #4 review

The cover of this comic says “Gratuitous Bat-Appearance” and, seriously, that’s all you really need to know about this issue titled “Milk Run”.  Consequently this will be the shortest review I have…

Arkham Manor #1 review

An all-new Bat-series spinning off the events of Batman Eternal! Do you hop on board this crazy train or stay safely in the station and watch it pull away? Only you can…

Harley Quinn #11 review

Before last month’s interruption of the Futures End tie-in, we left Harley on the beach with the meteoric arrival of Power Girl, having been knocked to Earth from another galaxy in issue…

Injustice: Year Three #2 review

Print issue No. 2 collects the Digital Firsts 1 & 2, “Gathering Forces” and “Spirit of Vengeance”. Constantine has collected his world’s greatest detectives and the Resistance reconvenes at the home of…

Batman Eternal #29 review

In my opinion, the Arkham issues are the red headed stepchild of Batman Eternal, and I wish I could kick his teeth in…  I usually try and find something positive to discuss,…

Batman ’66 #16 review

Batman ’66 #16 Written by Jeff Parker Illustrated by Brent Schoonover Colors by Kelly Fitzpatrick Letters by Wes Abbott After a less than stellar adventure last month, can the Dynamic Duo’s escapades…

Batman Beyond Universe #15 review

Batman Beyond Universe #15: “All In” Written by Kyle Higgins and Alec Siegel Illustrated by Thony Silas Colored by Guy Major Things are winding down, and that’s pretty upsetting because there are…