Teen Titans #16 review

I bet you’re wondering what I’m going to write. Scott Lobdell doesn’t have writing credits, so I can’t rail on him in this review… Or can I? Look, I’m clearly not a…

Justice League of America #7 review

We’re back to a regular cadence with Justice League of America and I’m slowly beginning to warm back up to this book, especially after last month’s issue. We’ve known that Rao is…

Teen Titans #13 review

Teen Titans #13 got lost in the shuffle a few months ago. I’ll be taking over reviews for the title starting with February’s issue, so I’m covering this one in the meantime….

Justice League 3001 #8 review

Justice League 3001 #8 “A New Beginning” review Written by: J. M. DeMatteis & Keith Giffen Art by: Scott Kolins Colors by: Hi-Fi   Cat’s TidBits: New Justice League! This new beginning starts…

We are Robin #8 review

This…was…TREMENDOUS!  Without a doubt, this was the best issue of We are Robin to date.  I was rather hard on this comic in its infancy, but with the last few issues, things…

Batman and Robin Eternal #17 review

Unlike its predecessor, Batman&Robin Eternal doesn’t wait till the 11th hour to reveal its big secret: Did Batman really kill that kid’s parents?  Don’t worry, the solicitation from last issue wasn’t a…

Grayson #16 review

Grayson #16: “Code Word: Swordfish” Written by Tim Seeley and Tom King Illustrated by Mikel Janín Colored by Jeromy Cox Lettered by Carlos M. Mangual A pulp thriller title. Spectacular chases and…

DC Comics Bombshells #8 review

For some time now I’ve been pretty critical of the art in the Bombshells series, but you have nothing to fear here. The mixed team of Laura Braga, Sandy Jarrell, and Maria-Laura…

Upcoming Comics: January 27, 2016

This looks like it’s going to be a pretty good week! We’ve got Grayson, the debut of Suicide Squad’s Most Wanted – blah, blah, blah, what’s going on in June? I’m a…