Batman/Superman #16 review

Batman/Superman “The Nemesis Objective” has mind wiped itself of all the mind wipe hullabaloo that came before. We have a brand new arc that is a good jumping on spot for new readers,…

Red Hood and the Outlaws #36 review

The latest arc of Red Hood and the Outlaws continues down the dangerous slope of drug abuse, with each of our heroes facing trials that they will be inevitably forced to overcome…

Batman ’66: The Lost Episode #1 review

Batman ’66: The Lost Episode #1: “The Two-Way Crimes of Two-Face!” Written by Len Wein Based on an outline by Harlan Ellison Illustrated by Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez Colored by Alex Sinclair Lettered…

Earth 2: World’s End #7 review

This review is done a little differently, so just bear with me.  Issue #7 “Arrival” is very good, probably the best issue in this series since Issue #1.  I admit I may…

Justice League #36 review

I think the first thing I must say about this issue is the art. Jason Fabok’s art is extraordinarily solid. The title page is nothing but a Metropolis street with crashed cars…

Batman and Robin #36 review

Part four of the Robin Rises saga is sure to delight many readers. Whereas other titles take a more subtle approach to Batman, this one is letting Bruce off the leash –with rabies….

Batman Eternal #33 review

What is the worst thing about this issue?  You’re on the last page before you realize it!  I usually take notes as I read, for the sake of these reviews, but I…

Harley Quinn #12 review

When the title of this issue is called “Not Kansas” you have to be prepared to not only leave Coney Island, but the world as we know it. Last we saw our…

Injustice: Year Three #4 review

I would like to take this moment today, dear Injustice, to say that you’re among friends. We care about you very very much and I feel like it’s time for an intervention….