Nightwing #2 review

“When it comes to criminals, their fear is more important than your trust.” Those words, spoken by Batman in flashback, serve as both a loose theme and the underlying struggle Nightwing is…

Justice League #2 review

Global seismic activity threatens to reduce the earth to rubble, and only the Justice League stands between the citizens of the world and certain destruction. Alien weapons, technological and biological, arrive in Gotham,…

Upcoming Comics: August 3, 2016

Unfortunately, I have to start this week off with some sad news. Our ever-vibrant and bubbly Cat has decided she needs to step down from her responsibilities here at Batman-News! We’re sad…

Batman/Superman, Vol. 3: Second Chance review

Like its immediate predecessor, Batman/Superman Volume 3 is a collection of several self-contained stories. One serves as a New 52 origin story for The Atom (or at least for when Ray Palmer started calling…

Titans #1 review

No exaggeration, Titans: Rebirth was one of my favorite one-shots of the past few months.  It was well-written and solidly illustrated, continuing the intriguing premise of Rebirth itself while delivering some genuinely…

Teen Titans #22 review

It’s two months until Teen Titans gets the Rebirth treatment. If I’m looking at things right, this title is basically the last of the “soon-to-be-replaced” titles that DC is publishing, and we’re…

Deathstroke #20 review

I may have enjoyed covering all of these guest appearances earlier in this run, but Deathstroke is really starting to feel like a chore under this creative team. On a positive note,…

Detective Comics #937 review

James Tynion IV is quickly proving to be one of the best Batman writers out there. For me, his stuff is simply hitting that perfect sweet spot.  It’s definitely an homage, but…

Harley Quinn #30 review

This is a strange conclusion to Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti’s run on Harley Quinn, mostly because the series is ending only to be rebooted in August as a twice-monthly ongoing series…