Batwing #31 review

Come for the fight but stay for the family drama.  While 3/4 of this issue is dedicated to a no-holds-barred fight scene of epic proportions, I actually found myself drawn more to…

Batman ’66 #11 review

Batman ’66 #11 Written by Jeff Parker Art and colors by Jonathan Case Letters by Wes Abbott Like many Batfans who grew up in the Nineties, I was well aware of the…

Justice League #30 review

Forever Evil has ended. Lex saved the day. Not much is back to normal. In this issue entitled Injustice League Chapter One: Kicking Down Doors, Geoff Johns takes a step back from…

Upcoming Comics: June 25th, 2014

As I’m sure you’ve all noticed by the slew of reviews posted over the weekend, the Comics section of Batman News is back with a vengeance! We’ve got a great new team,…

Red Hood and the Outlaws #31 review

Lobo has taken control of Starfire’s ship, and it’s up to Red Hood and the Outlaws to stop him from unleashing an extinction-event alien nanotech probe nightmare on planet Earth in “The…

Red Hood and the Outlaws #30 review

Red Hood and the Outlaws has always been a fringe title with implications that frequently have nothing to do with Bruce Wayne or any member of the Bat-family and their crusade for…

Red Hood and the Outlaws #29 review

Following last month’s one-shot, Red Hood and the Outlaws jumps into its next arc with “The Big Picture, Part One.”  Along with introducing a new story, this issue features a new cast…

Earth 2 #4 review

Another issue, another set of heroes introduced.  This seems to be a theme of Earth 2 and I’m certainly not complaining.  The only problem I can see coming from this would be…

Earth 2 #3 review

Last issue we saw the birth of Earth 2’s Flash when Jay Garrick was imbued with the power of super-speed.  Alan Scott and his boyfriend Sam were also caught in a massive…