Earth 2 #26 review

The previous issue of Earth 2 earned, in my opinion, a perfect score.  I have been writing since high school and have always adhered to the rule that the greater the build-up…

Batwing #34 review

When presented with a finale, there are usually two questions on people’s minds: was it a satisfying conclusion to the series as a whole? and did everything get wrapped up?  The answer…

Futures End #14 review

A lot of fighting goes on this issue. You get double your Fifty Sue (A Hundred Susie?), a lot of female lead characters, a Batman Beyond lying well within reach, and a…

Grayson #2 review

Grayson #2 comes at you like a whirlwind —things are spyraling out of control. Issue #1 started fairly strong and I liked what I read, so I went into this issue with some…

Batman Eternal #18 review

Now this is how you write a comic book!  Full of action, humor, and thought provoking dialogue.  This isn’t the finale of an arc;  it is not a particularly important issue in…

Detective Comics #34 review

Wow…what just happened?  This story just did a 180 – or at least a 160.  This arc started with noir detective work, in a grimmy city filled with murder, drugs, and backstabbing. …

Batman ’66 Meets the Green Hornet #3 review

Batman ’66 Meets the Green Hornet: “An Unlikely Pair” Written by Kevin Smith and Ralph Garman Illustrated by Ty Templeton Colors by Tony Aviña Letters by Wes Abbott Cover by Alex Ross…

Upcoming Comics: August 6th, 2014

So… my extreme randomness has kicked in again. If you remember the last time this occurred, it was during World Cup, and I was wondering about a Bat family soccer team. Well,…

Exclusive Preview: Batwing #34

While Luke Fox will return for a one-shot issue during September’s special Futures End month (complete with 3D motion cover), this Wednesday’s Batwing #34 will be the last installment of the Batwing series…