Earth 2 #30 review

Earth 2 has taken a very unconventional direction since the introduction of World’s End into the DC Universe.  Since World’s End started almost five months ago, the Earth 2 titles have been:…

Futures End #36 review

You can’t judge a book by its cover, they say. However, in this case, this issue is about as exciting as the cover. Everyone is standing around looking scared. Behind them is…

Detective Comics #38 review

I salute Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato for what they are attempting to do here.  I don’t typically call out major events from a comic directly in the review, but this is…

Batman Eternal #40 review

The last three issues of Eternal have been mediocre at best, and while this one is better, the improvement is so inconsequential, it does not even register.  In the past, Eternal has…

Earth 2: World’s End #13 review

Well, Earth 2 World’s End keeps barreling on, continuity and logic be damned.  I’ll get in to that later.  This intro, normally reserved for a critique, questioning, or praising of Daniel Wilson’s…

Earth 2: World’s End #12 review

Last time in Earth 2: World’s End, a svelte new creative team had cobbled together a singular, poignant narrative that provided a big reversal for anyone who has been following the book…

Upcoming Comics: January 7, 2015

January 7, 2015 Happy New Year everyone! I’ve written “2014” on so many things the past four days that I’ve become paranoid about whether or not I’m writing the correct date (I…