Suicide Squad #4 review

Suicide Squad has turned into one wild ride! While the first issue made me a little nervous, every issue since then has proven that the debut was just a fluke. This chapter…

Detective Comics #942 review

The final chapter of “Night of the Monster Men” has arrived, and wouldn’t you know it, now it decides to start getting good.  Seriously?!?  I’ve waded through all this monster goo to…

All-Star Batman #3 review

Batman and Two-Face edge ever closer to their destination in All-Star Batman #3, while a deeper history between the two is revealed.  After the zig-zagging narrative and outright zaniness of the first…

Deathstroke #4 review

Christopher Priest has accomplished something great with Deathstroke: he’s balanced the ideas of a road trip, a family drama, and the exploration of a supervillain’s inner psyche to create a genuinely gripping…

Red Hood and the Outlaws #3 review

After Artemis gives him a savage beating with everyone’s favorite blunt instrument—the truth—Jason Todd comes face to face with a truly terrifying prospect: a clone of the world’s most powerful being in…