Gotham Academy #15 review

Here we are with Part Two of the Yearbook arc…and it’s only remotely better than Part One.  For those of you who have not read any of my previous reviews for this…

Earth 2: Society #9 review

Cat’s TidBits: It’s about to go down in New Gotham with wars left and right, but that’s if the lack of natural resources in this Earth doesn’t end civilization first. Hawkgirl finds herself…

Batman/Superman #29 review

It should come as no surprise that Tom Taylor–who knows Batman and Superman well enough to write a satisfying conflict between them in the Injustice series–would write the most satisfying picture of the…

Black Canary #8 review

This book is not for me. I’ll do my best to remain objective, but I can’t guarantee that my feelings about its general premise won’t spill out at least a little. Feel…

DC Comics Bombshells #9 review

“Allies and Enemies” now continues in this collected edition of Digital Firsts 25, 26, and 27 which focus on the characters of Mera, Wonder Woman, Supergirl and Stargirl. Sorry Batfans, we haven’t…

Batman #49 review

BATMAN…….IS………BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!! Sorry if that ruined the surprise for you, but with that cover, I’m not really sure me yelling at the top of my lungs was truly a spoiler anyway.  I mean,…

Scott Snyder leaving Batman after issue #51

Following months of rumors, it appears to be true: Scott Snyder will be leaving the flagship Batman title after April’s #51. Speaking with Comic Vine (WARNING: tons of spoilers for Batman #49), Snyder discusses…

New Suicide Squad #17 review

New Suicide Squad #17 Written by Tim Seeley Art by Juan E. Ferreyra I’ve been critical of New Suicide Squad for quite some time now, so I’m extremely happy to see a…