Worlds’ Finest #30 review

Welcome back to what is basically a prologue to a series of events that ended in the first issue of Earth 2 – Worlds’ Finest.  That’s what this book is: it’s a prologue…

Futures End #37 review

This week in Futures End: Amethyst’s quest to save Frankenstein is extended for another issue or two, Firestorm screws up a replica experiment and falls to the floor (will she survive?!?!?!), Fifty Sue and…

Grayson #6 review

Grayson #6: “The Brains of the Operation” Written by Tom King and Tim Seeley Illustrated by Michael Janín Colored by Jeremy Cox Letters by Carlos M. Mangual From the very first issue,…

New Suicide Squad #6 review

New Suicide Squad #6 “Defective” Part 2 Written by Sean Ryan Art by Rob Hunter, Norm Rapmund, and Vicente Cifuentes There are two titles that I’ve come to dread each month… New…

Batgirl #38 review

The title of this issue is “Likeable” and that’s the crossroads we’re at with this series: is this new Barbara Gordon the least bit likeable? When I read the preview and hit…

Batman Eternal #41 review

Nano-Bots.  Nano-Bots everywhere! This is probably the most straightforward issue of Eternal we have had in quite awhile, spending almost all of its time on a single story line, with only a…

Injustice: Year Three #7 review

This week we say farewell to the incredible storytelling of Tom Taylor, who has been with this series since it kicked off with Year One. It’s fitting in so many ways, then…

Upcoming Comics: January 14, 2015

I think I’m having some form of memory dyslexia… I doubt that’s a real thing, but I’m going to run with it. Last week, I kept writing 2014 every time I wrote…

Justice League 3000 #13 review

The last two issues of Justice League 3000 have set the stages for a very strange set of reunions.  After a surprising first arc and impressive epilogue by Keith Giffen and J.M….

Earth 2: World’s End #14 review

We have reached just about the halfway point of Earth 2: World’s End’s run, and there is a great deal that still has to be resolved before the dust has settled between…