Grayson Annual #3 review

Agent 37 is back for one four last final adventures before he makes his long-awaited return as Nightwing.  Now, I know that Grayson didn’t end the way most of us wanted it to, but at…

Teen Titans Annual #2 review

Scott Lobdell returns to Teen Titans. That might be enough to make most of you turn tail and run. If I weren’t reviewing this for you, the fair citizens of the Internet,…

Upcoming Comics: June 29, 2016

Warning: The next paragraph is only slightly humorous if you read it with an Australian accent that resembles Steve Irwin’s… and even then, it’s still slightly stupid. We’ve encountered a rare, magical…

Dark Night: A True Batman Story review

If you’re a Batman fan, chances are good that you’re also a Paul Dini fan. Batman: The Animated Series, Detective Comics, Rocksteady’s Arkham franchise—even Harley Quinn herself—all are properties where Dini has left…

Deathstroke #19 review

Since the beginning, I’ve found Deathstroke to be a rather enjoyable book. Under Tony S. Daniel, it was incredibly violent and depicted with quite a bit of realism, but the edge fit….

Harley Quinn #29 review

After the crazy antics from Harley that we had last month, I seriously didn’t think it could get any funnier, but boy was I proven wrong from Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti….

Teen Titans #21 review

Tony Bedard has done what no previous writer in the New 52 has been able to do—he’s written a fun Teen Titans book. No more trying to be cool, no more placing characters we…