Detective Comics #938 review

James Tynion IV is a godsend.  I can’t remember the the last time I enjoyed an arc of anything as much as I’ve been enjoying his current arc on Detective Comics.  Well….that’s…

Teen Titans Go! Digital Issue #34 review

I can usually find something good to say about this title, even at its worst.  A few good gags, some lively illustration, an inoffensive story for kids, anything at all that can…

All-Star Batman #1 review

Writing a single character for over fifty issues is no small achievement.  In a time where a comic is lucky if it even makes it to fifty issues, seeing a mostly consistent…

Red Hood and the Outlaws #1 review

After a mock-assassination attempt on the mayor, Jason Todd is now the most famous bad guy in Gotham—and that’s saying something! It’s all part of the plan, though, and Jason has promised…

Upcoming Comics: August 10, 2016

I have a confession… I LOVE watching the summer Olympics! My DVR is working overtime at the moment because I’m recording anything involving swimming, gymnastics, soccer, rugby, judo, and more. And just…

Superman: Emperor Joker review

Think about all of the comics you’ve read, and all of the knowledge you’ve acquired over the days, weeks, months, years, or decades you’ve been a fan.  Think about the characters, events,…

Break from the Bat #6: Kingsway West

It’s been years since I first read Stephen King’s The Gunslinger, but I’ll never forget my sense of wonder at the world it created. It has enough evidence of our own society to…

Batman Beyond #15 review

This is my first official review for Batman Beyond, but if you take the time to check out our Upcoming Comics post each week, then you know I’ve been praising this book…

Injustice: Year Five #15 review

This week’s Injustice proves that Brian Buccellato has some tricks yet to play up his sleeve. Last go-round it seemed like he was setting up a particular path for Batman and his…