Earth 2 #10 review

The Atom, the Sandmen, and members of the World’s Army have figured out the Jay Garrick is Flash thanks to a cell phone he dropped at Mercury’s crash site, which could lead…

Harley Quinn #0 Director’s Cut review

I definitely understand some people turning their noses at “Director’s Cut” editions as cheap and lazy cash grabs. They recycle pages from books most fans have already read and are typically more…

Secret Origins #3 review

I don’t envy the writer tasked with penning the script for the latest retread of character origin stories. They are simultaneously burdened with a tale that many long-time readers already know (and…

Justice League #31 review

I’m absolutely pumped about this issue. After having read Futures End #8 earlier today this comic is a welcomed breath of fresh air. There are multiple narratives in this installment and each one made…

Batman #32 review

The Riddler has set up his maze, dropped in the mice, and now is just watching as they scurry about trying to get that cheese. While the underlying plot that the Riddler…

Batman Eternal #12 review

Whoever helmed those first 3 issues is definitely back in the driver seat.  We don’t get action in this issue but what we do get is a bunch of great dialogue between…

Futures End #8 review

It’s dramatic. It’s erratic. We’re eight weeks into this series ($23.92 if you’re keeping track…I am) and boy, is this a slow build. There are so many stories to be told in…

Earth 2 #9 review

We were treated to the return of Steppenwolf and Fury last time we visited Earth 2, but this issue is all about the Wonders and their lives following the battle against Grundy. …

Earth 2 #8 review

Following the defeat of Grundy at the hands of the New Wonders, the previous issue of Earth 2 dealt with the events following the birth of the world’s newest heroes.  Alan Scott…

Earth 2 #7 review

Last time in Earth 2, the combined strength of the New Wonders: Green Lantern, Hawkgirl, Flash, and The Atom was enough to overcome the life-decaying powers of Grundy and The Grey.  Many…