Injustice: Ground Zero #6 review

Last go-round I talked about Ground Zero suffering from some very uneven storytelling and this book is a perfect example of the counter-swing to the last issue.  Whereas that one felt sort…

Batwoman: Rebirth #1 review

Batwoman’s rebirth pulls no stops in this stunning opener that’s more a feast for the eyes than for the intellect–but that’s hardly a bad thing. If you have never read a Batwoman…

Justice League #15 review

Mysterious energy fields, weird Atlantean mages, and classy Casio timewatches are but a few of the delights that await you in Justice League #15. As “Timeless” begins, the League mixes it up with…

Harley Quinn #14 review

With the last chapter closed (for now) on Harley’s life, she’s launching herself into an all-new adventure here. We still have the ongoing development of Madison’s imported vampires, but they continue to…

Batman #17 review

Tom King’s work can be very polarizing, and likewise, unpredictable.  I used to be someone that could simply say, “I love Tom King’s work”.  But after the highs and lows I’ve witnessed…

Green Lanterns #17 review

Green Lanterns has truly been a delight.  That in itself is kind of surprising, because Wonder Woman got it right back in Justice League #50: “why does Earth need another Green Lantern?” …

Nightwing #15 review

There need to be more comics like this, in intent if not content: self-contained, standalone issues.  One-and-dones.  Arcs are fine every now and then, but it’s great to be able to read…

Super Sons #1 review

After what seems like an eternity, Super Sons is finally here.  There’s been a lot of anticipation building up to this title, and… you know what?  I’ll just cut to the chase:…