Nightwing #8 review

*Warning: Spoilers Ahead* We’ve witnessed the introduction of Raptor. We’ve endured the rise of Raptor. Now, we see the fall of Raptor. One of Tim Seeley’s stated goals for Nightwing has been…

Superman #10 review

Tomasi and Gleason did not create Damian Wayne, but they perfected him in Batman and Robin. And they did not create Jon Kent, but they are already setting a high standard for him…

Justice League #8 review

We are once again at the beginning of a new arc. Justice League has been a rocky ride thus far, and so I approached this issue grateful for the fresh start, and…

Upcoming Comics: November 2, 2016

I hope everyone had a happy and safe Halloween! I worked last night, but saw plenty of trick-or-treaters last night. There were a TON of Harley Quinns, and plenty of Batmen and…

Batman Beyond #1 review

This is Batman Beyond’s first issue since Rebirth, and it’s a bit of mixed bag. I don’t think the issue is bad, but there are definitely a number of aspects that don’t…

Batman: Arkham: Scarecrow review

He’s the Pharaoh of Phobias, the Duke of Dread, striking fear in the hearts of Gotham’s citizens. Ostracized as a boy for being bookish and shabby, Jonathan Crane grew up determined never…

Titans #4 review

Kadabra’s got Linda! After working up the nerve to approach his soulmate for the second time since his return, Wally West could only watch as the vain magician snatched her from his…