Earth 2: World’s End #4 review

It is incredibly strange for someone who does not read much of the other weekly titles that World’s End can feel so fast-paced and yet have nothing happen.  There’s always a feeling…

Futures End #26 review

If you are like me, seeing our very own Dark Knight on the cover of Futures End makes you excited. Here’s a series that’s included several characters I’ve known very little about, so to see…

Harley Quinn Annual #1 review

Harley Quinn gets her first annual and she’s going to spend it inviting you to huff her pages in this oversized issue titled “Scratch & Snuff”.  This time around Harley is on…

Batman Eternal #30 review

Deus Ex Machina is an ancient theatre term.  The literal translation is god from the machine and the machine refers to a device typically used in the last act of a play…

Upcoming Comics: October 29th, 2014

It’s one of those magical 5th Wednesday’s that we get from time to time, so it’s a light load in new releases! There is some smelltastic goodness we can look forward too…

January 2015 Solicitations

We’ve got some great and exciting things coming your way on Batman-News.com! I’m not going to give too much away, but we’re going to be covering some reviews of classic issues/arcs (if…

Multiversity: The Just #1 review

Multiversity #1 “The Just” Written by Grant Morrison Art by Ben Oliver Multiversity gives us another glimpse into another universe. “The Just” focuses on a Utopian type world where super heroes are…

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…