Justice League: Futures End #1 review

We take a break from our delayed Justice League series to answer the call of Futures End month. Here, Jeff Lemire (co-writer of Futures End) takes us on a far-out and heady journey five years into the future….

Batman Eternal #24 review

This adventure encompasses everything that I have come to expect from Batman Eternal: abounding action, elaborate schemes, and shadowy villains!!!!  Another penchant this issue displayed in abundance was the use of villains…

Futures End so far (#0-19)

For those who did not want to throw down $56.81 plus tax to read every issue of Futures End so far: this is for you. For those who got depressed, downhearted, or disenchanted and dropped…

December 2014 Solicitations

Woo hoo! We’ve got Annuals, Christmas stories, and I’m going to be broke and completely unsocial on Christmas Eve! DC released their official solicitations for December of this year, and I’m bringing…

Worlds’ Finest: Future’s End #1 review

Here’s another Future’s End Month issue, but unlike last time I visited five years into the future, I got a bit more of what I was expecting coming into this whole experience. …

Futures End #19 review

This issue of Futures End excites me for the most part. We get more than one panel of Terry, Tim shaves his burly beard, and there is a decent amount of tension being built…

Batman: Futures End #1 review

Back in 1991, DC comics published a story called Armageddon 2001. It was a cross over events that included every corner of the DC Universe in which a hero, called Monarch, turns…