Futures End #46 review

Futures End is fast approaching its own end with only two more issues left. Judging from the pace of this issue and its contents, I’m having a hard time believing that there will…

Legends of the Dark Knight, Vol. 2 review

Legends of the Dark Knight was relaunched in December, 2012 as a Digital First title made up of self-contained stories by an ever-changing roster of talented writers and artists. Since it’s an…

Red Hood and the Outlaws #40 review

I hated this book from the first page.  We have Jason, who has that stupid nose thing on his helmet that should never, ever be there, because it looks asinine.  There’s also…

Earth 2: World’s End #24 review

Look at that beauty of a cover!  Right from the start, Ben Oliver’s cover art pulls you in to a no-holds barred match-up between Darkseid and Powergirl.  For a super-powered Kryptonian, she…

Batman/Superman #20 review

Here we have the conclusion to this stunning Kryptonian tale of family, friendship, and revenge. Of course, Batman’s involved, but only in key moments. Family Affairs mainly focuses on the members of the House…

Batwoman #40 review

Batwoman #40 “Nocturne In Red” Written by Marc Andreyko Pencils by Georges Jeanty Inks by Karl Story and Dexter Vines Colors by Guy Major Before I say anything about what’s inside this…

Teen Titans #8 review

At the beginning of this two part story, S.T.A.R. Labs’ security (or lack thereof) had been breached. This spelled disaster for the city since the culprits broke into the secret vault to…

Injustice: Year Three #12 review

We conclude Year Three with the collected issue of Digital Firsts 23 & 24, “Maelstrom” and “Endgame”. This issue not only delivers the final resolution to the problem of all this out-of-control…

Batgirl: Endgame #1 review

This Batman: Endgame tie-in gives us the “Battle for the Burnside Bridge” starring Batgirl attempting to rescue a busload of characters trying to escape a hoard of “gigglers”. It all takes place…