DC Universe: Rebirth #1 review

Do you hear that?  That is the sound of readers, the world over, crying out in unison: Thank You Geoff Johns! Let me paint a picture for you.  (figuratively of course.  Not…

Justice League #50 review

Holy Bat-Cow…. That was A LOT! Geoff Johns epic Justice League: Darkseid War comes to a close with this oversized issue, and it’s great. Yes, some people will probably complain about events…

Grayson #20 review

Here we are: the end of the line. The grand finale.* Some third “this is the end” cliché. The difficulty I’m having, as I have for the past few months, is reviewing this…

Teen Titans #20 review

I was ready to hate this. I’ve not exactly been fond of this series in any of its several New 52 incarnations, and this is one of those few remaining books with…

Back Issue Review: Batman – Ego

Loss is hard, there’s no denying that.  Even when you don’t personally know someone, just being an admirer of their work makes their passing hit you on an emotional level.  With the…

Upcoming Comics: May 25, 2016

It feels like Christmas! I’ve been waiting for Rebirth to launch, and it’s finally here! 80 pages of (what I hope to be) complete awesomeness… and it’s only $2.99! $2.99 people! On…

World’s Funnest review

One is an extra-dimensional imp who causes no end of trouble for the Man of Steel. The other is an extra-dimensional imp who simply wants to prove he’s the universe’s biggest fan…

Titans Hunt #8 review

YAY! The Titans unite together to take down Mr. Twister, who was actually doing the dirty work for a being out in the universe, but that’s besides the point. The point is….

Harley Quinn #28 review

Red Tool has some matrimonial intentions in “Shriek Now or Forever Hold Your Piece”, and you can bet Harley’s shrieking up a storm! As far as insane plots go, Amanda Conner and…