New 52 – Justice League of America #8 review

The latest issue of Justice League of America by Matt Kindt and Doug Mahnke is a drawn-out and often repetitive installment that kinda-sorta answers the question “What happened to all the good guys?” On the opening page of…

Catwoman, Vol. 3: Death of the Family review

A whiny Batman, a Ke$ha-esque Selina Kyle, a resurrection by cat-licking, and a demonic possession. This is Ann Nocenti & Rafa Sandoval’s Catwoman and it’s one of the worst things I’ve read. Content This softcover collects New 52…

The Joker: Death of the Family review

Note: Do NOT read The Joker: Death of the Family until you have already finished Batman, Vol. 3: Death of the Family, which goes on sale October 30th.  When the New 52 began in September of 2011, one…

Upcoming Comics: October 16th, 2013

Talk about variety! This week we have Batman stories of the past, present, and future both inside and outside of continuity. Here are the review comics coming out this week, October 16th, graded on a scale of my…

NYCC: Stephanie Brown will return in 2014

Fan-favorite character, Stephanie Brown, will return in issue #3 of the weekly series Batman: Eternal. Earlier today at New York Comic-Con’s DC All-Access Panel, a fan asked whether Stephanie Brown would return in the New 52 and Scott…

Arkham Unhinged #19 review

When Karen Traviss initially took over Arkham Unhinged I was intrigued. She was shaping a smarter story and a more fully-realized Gotham City. She was even approaching the concept of Arkham City from a new angle– that of…

Batman: Li’l Gotham #7 review

It might be October for us, but Li’l Gotham is celebrating the holidays of June and July in this issue and it’s just as adorable as you’d expect it to be. Minazuki What’s Minazuki? It’s June. Apparently there…

New 52 – Batman #24 review

At 64 pages, this isn’t a comic book, it’s a novella. And while the $6.99 price might sound high at first, I assure you it’s well worth every penny. Issue #24 is an important milestone for the New…