General Mills Batman v Superman #4

Coo-coo for comic books Not content with merely making the World’s Finest cereal, General Mills has teamed up with DC to put collectible Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice comics in some of…

Gotham Academy #16 review

This month’s issue of Gotham Academy is leaps and bounds better than the first two installments of the Yearbook story arc.  The first positive in its favor is the extremely Maps-centric nature…

Batman/Superman #30 review

In this issue, we get the conclusion of Taylor and Rocha’s “Universe’s Finest” arc. Superman contends with his mysterious captor, Batman cruises the cosmos in Lobo’s ride, and–not satisfied with merely capturing our…

Upcoming Comics: March 9, 2016

My mom is in town at the moment, and when we’re not bouncing around LA (aka: hitting up as many shopping malls as possible – my mom’s idea of fun, not mine),…

Batman/Superman/Wonder Woman: Trinity review

Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman are the Big Three at DC Comics, if not for comics in general.  When Superman first appeared in Action Comics #1 back in 1938, an entirely new genre was…

Batman Beyond #10 review

Cat’s TidBits: Part three of ‘City of Yesterday’ and we’re still dealing with the Splicers, but things have gotten just a little bit interesting. And by interesting, I mean, VERY.   This is…

EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW: Detective Comics #50

Here’s Batman News’ exclusive preview of Detective Comics #50, the latest chapter in Peter J. Tomasi’s run that continues James Gordon’s stint as Gotham’s Dark Knight. The current arc features a murder mystery…

Midnighter #10 review

So I’m reading Midnighter this morning, and I have the local news on the TV for background noise. While I’m reading, they start covering politics and discuss Donald Trump and some of…