Grayson: Futures End #1 review

The September-long Futures End one-shots are rolling in. For me, it begins with Grayson and I couldn’t be happier. I enjoyed this comic so much that I immediately had to read it again as soon as…

Batman Eternal #22 review

Kyle Higgins puts forth a super tight narrative, with no sidetracks or interruptions, featuring revealed secrets, classic Batman action, and two awesome villains!  Surely, this issue should rank right up there with the…

Batman ’66 #14 review

Batman ’66 #14: “The Batrobot Takes Flight/Bat-Villains Unite” Written by Jeff Parker Illustrated by Paul Rivoche and Craig Rousseau Colored by Tony Aviña Letters by Wes Abbott Mortality. We are all but…

Catwoman #34 review

Catwoman #34: “Remote Life” Written by Ann NOcenti Art by Patrick Olliffe For a while, I never thought this day would come… Today, Ann Nocenti released her last issue of Catwoman! I…

Futures End #17 review

If you’ve been following this series, you know the snail’s pace that each story unfolds. Some story lines go a couple issues before they are even touched upon. Where is Tim? Where…

Harley Quinn #10 review

Perhaps ironically titled “There are No Rules”, issue No. 10 tests readers’ expectations of what a Harley Quinn comic book ought to be. Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti left us off two…

Batman Eternal #21 review

Pardon my French, but Alfred Pennyworth is an utter badass!  You would be forgiven for forgetting this fact as we are accustomed to seeing him do nothing more than make sandwiches and…

Batman/Superman #13 review

This must be the Madden video game curse for comic books. Apparently, if an athlete is featured on the cover of a new Madden video game, that player will suffer significant injuries…