Upcoming Comics: March 9, 2016

My mom is in town at the moment, and when we’re not bouncing around LA (aka: hitting up as many shopping malls as possible – my mom’s idea of fun, not mine),…

Batman/Superman/Wonder Woman: Trinity review

Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman are the Big Three at DC Comics, if not for comics in general.  When Superman first appeared in Action Comics #1 back in 1938, an entirely new genre was…

Batman Beyond #10 review

Cat’s TidBits: Part three of ‘City of Yesterday’ and we’re still dealing with the Splicers, but things have gotten just a little bit interesting. And by interesting, I mean, VERY.   This is…

EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW: Detective Comics #50

Here’s Batman News’ exclusive preview of Detective Comics #50, the latest chapter in Peter J. Tomasi’s run that continues James Gordon’s stint as Gotham’s Dark Knight. The current arc features a murder mystery…

Midnighter #10 review

So I’m reading Midnighter this morning, and I have the local news on the TV for background noise. While I’m reading, they start covering politics and discuss Donald Trump and some of…

Batgirl #49 review

Okay folks! Now we’re cooking with gas. It’s unfortunate that Barbara Gordon needs to be unconscious on a table in order to be interesting in her own comic book (let alone an…

Batman and Robin Eternal #22 review

Going into this issue, I expected a lot since Genevieve Valentine was back in the writer’s seat.  Her previous contributions to the Eternal story, Batman&Robin Eternal #7+8, were hands down my favorite…

Injustice: Year Five #5 review

Bizarro and the Rogues finally come to the forefront in this floppy copy of Digital Firsts No. 9 “Objects in Mirror…” & No. 10 “The Curious Case of Bizarro Superman”. These are…

Teen Titans Go! Digital Issue #29 review

I used to hate puns.  In my book, they were one of the lowest forms of comedy, lacking the elegance of a literary reference or the simple poetry of a well-timed fart…