Justice League vs. Suicide Squad #4 review

A short stay in Amanda Waller’s custody last week segue’s directly into this week’s long-awaited collision between the “Justicide Squeague” and the Wall’s original band of losers. The fight is a massive…

All-Star Batman #6 review

A lone, dark figure begins to come into view, still largely shrouded by the thick snow. The blistering winds whip a long, black cape back and forth.  The frigid temperature, which is…

Upcoming Comics: January 11, 2017

I’m super excited for this week’s releases, but most of that excitement is because of two titles: Detective Comics and Justice League/ Power Rangers. While Detective takes the first steps leading into…

Batman, vol. 9: Bloom review

The Dark Knight returns to take on Mr. Bloom! With Gordon and Gotham against the wall, Bruce’s blank mind is jogged by a robin and a choo-choo, and the city that never…

First Look: Batgirl #7

Babs is back in Burnside.  After her sojourn in Asia and a memorable flight with Poison Ivy, Batgirl comes home to meet new challenges and new foes.  Batgirl #7 doesn’t come out…

Teen Titans Go! digital-issue #39 review

Break out your beach blankets and suntan lotion, work on your volleyball game, because it’s time for spring break. I… has Garth ever been to the beach?  Borscht?  Ok then… And wait,…

Batman #14 review

This issue is essentially Catwoman’s last night of freedom on the town before getting sent off to the big house…being shipped up the river…submitting to the slammer…(insert your own preferred jailhouse terminology…

Injustice: Ground Zero #3 review

After reading Harley Quinn No. 11, this felt like the dark mirror opposite of that book in some weird way. Whereas in Harley’s solo series she was booting Mistah J out the…

Nightwing #12 review

I’m a firm believer that every character has a good story to tell.  At least, most characters have at least one good story in them.  There may be some fringe characters who…