Injustice: Year Two #7 review

Tell me again why you’re not reading this series? Last week Injustice vol. 2 was released, which now puts all of Year One at your disposal. Get it, read it, and catch…

Catwoman may be readable again this October

Literary Caligula, Ann Nocenti, will be leaving Catwoman this October and is being replaced by newcomer Genevieve Valentine, according to an announcement from DC Comics this morning. After over a year of…

Birds of Prey #30 review

Birds of Prey #30 “Soul Crisis” Written by Christy Marx Art by Robson Rocha This issue is almost nothing but action, so there isn’t too much to say. Regardles, it’s done pretty…

Birds of Prey #29 review

Birds of Prey #29 “The Eve of Battle” Written by Christy Marx Art by Robson Rocha Before I jump into “The Eve of Battle,” I want to briefly cover issue #28. It…

Birds of Prey #27 review

Birds of Prey #27 “Loose Ends” Written by Christy Marx Art by Daniel Sampere We’ve finally moved past the Basilisk storyline! I wasn’t a fan of Basilisk in Suicide Squad, and I…

Tiny Titans: Return to the Treehouse #2 review

Tiny Titans: Return to the Treehouse #2 Written by Art Baltazar and Franco Illustrated by Art Baltazar This month finds the Tiny Titans venturing north to the Fortress of Solitude, and it’s…

Futures End #9 review

A Caveat  There’s a point when I’m walking my dog (Harvey) where he has fought me and the leash for so long that he finally gives up and just walks beside me…

Batman ’66 Meets the Green Hornet #2 review

Batman ’66 Meets the Green Hornet: “The Heroes Fight Back” Written by Kevin Smith and Ralph Garman Illustrated by Ty Templeton Colors by Tony Aviña Letters by Wes Abbott Cover by Alex…

Batman/Superman #12 review

I’m not gonna lie; I absolutely loved the opening arc of this series. Seeing Bruce and Clark interact with each other at two different stages of life was both intimate and funny….