Batman ’66 Meets the Green Hornet #6 review

Batman ’66 Meets the Green Hornet #6: “The End of Crime’s Tether” Written by Kevin Smith and Ralph Garman Illustrated by Ty Templeton Colored by Tony Aviña Lettered by Wes Abbott Cover…

DC releases another round of Convergence details

Following the initial announcement and last week’s details about the Convergence tie-ins, DC has released another set of details. Last week we announced the first ten 2-part miniseries of DC Comics’ massive…

Worlds’ Finest #28 review

When I saw the cover and solicitation for this book, I immediately thought of my favorite moment from the most recent iteration of the Batman/Superman line.  Bruce and Clark meet as kids…

Earth 2: World’s End #6 review

Another issue, another book that leaves me feeling that something is missing.  Maybe that’s a bad explanation.  I’m still not sure if Daniel H. Wilson’s story is at fault here, or if…

Batman Eternal #32 review

Kyle Higgins and Jason Fabok have outdone themselves! This issue is officially in my top three best issues of Batman Eternal thus far, and I couldn’t be more pleased with it. We…

New Suicide Squad #4 review

New Suicide Squad #4 “Pure Insanity” Written by Sean Ryan Art by Rob Hunter and Trevor Scott Before I begin my review, I want everyone to know that I was really rooting…

Batman #36 review

Excuse me for a moment while I pick my brain up off the floor, it seems to have leaked out my ear because it could not contain the level of awesomeness that…

Futures End #28 review

Lois is leaping! Faraday and Fifty Sue are featured! Batman beats Batman! Madison is missing! These are all alliterated sentences that are both true and over-hyped. Yes, over-hyped. You see that cover…

Batgirl #36 review

Last month I promised I would review this book from the perspective of its new intended audience. Just one problem: I’m not sure I quite have a solid grasp of who exactly…