Injustice: Gods Among Us, Vol. 1 review

I enjoyed the video game Injustice: Gods Among Us for the first week or so. The story had its flaws with its plot, characterization, convenient excuses for how everyone got their powers and how things could go back…

Superman: Dark Knight Over Metropolis TPB review

With a Batman/Superman movie on the way, there’s no better time than now to start reading some of the older adventures that paired the Caped Crusader with the Man of Steel. While the upcoming film might focus more…

Upcoming Comics: November 13th, 2013

Video game tie-ins, Zero Year tie-ins, and Forever Evil Tie-ins. It’s a week of tie-ins… and Li’l Gotham. Green Lantern Corps #25 comes out this week as well and it too is a Zero Year tie-in, but it’s…

Deadshot: Beginnings review

Alfred had a daughter? Thorne had removed Gordon from office and put Batman on the wanted list? Deadshot’s son was abducted?! Holy tonal-shift, Batman! This collection of the villainous marksman’s most memorable stories is a showcase of comics…

Batman: Black and White (2013) #3 review

We’ve reached the half-way point in the latest Batman: Black and White mini-series and this time the talent includes such names as Damion Scott, Paul Dini, Marv Wolfman, and Lee Berjmejo– but does it live up to the…

New 52 – Batwing #25 review

A young hero-in-the-making is the one and only friend of a victim of constant bullying until one day something fantastic happens to the abused boy and he is given extraordinary power. However, unlike our hero, the power corrupts…

New 52 – Batman/Superman #5 review

As Superman busts-up incoming asteroids from above, Batman fights one of Clark’s baddies named Metal-Zero (I don’t know why we aren’t just calling him Metallo anymore, nor do I understand how this was possibly the best character design…

New 52 – Detective Comics #25 review

In this Zero Year tie-in we turn out attention to Jim Gordon and I couldn’t be happier to see a story centered around ol’ Jimbo. However, this look back to the Year One days features some changes that…

Forever Evil #3 review

I look at the cover and I get excited. The idea of watching Lex Luthor convince Black Adam, Manta, and The Rogues to team-up sounds like a lot of fun, but issue #3 goes about it in such…