Suicide Squad #15 review

  The conclusion to Suicide Squad’s “Burning Down the House” is exactly what I was hoping for! If you’ve been following the story, you’re in for a satisfying conclusion! I always praise…

Detective Comics #954 review

Batman and Ra’s having a conversation in the Batcave.  Right behind shirtless sword fighting, I think this is one of the most quintessential things that comes to mind when I picture these…

Super Powers #6 review

Super Powers is a lot of things.  It’s fun.  It’s bright.  It’s colorful. It’s silly.  It’s crazy.  It’s funny. It’s a simple, light-hearted all-ages book that advocates the virtues of goodness and…

Upcoming Comics: April 12, 2017

There’s quite a bit to cover this week, so I’ll keep this short and sweet. In addition to our usual rundown, I’m going to add a second cover poll each week. This…

Teen Titans Go! digital issue #42 review

Remember a while back when DC released Teeny Titans?  It was a promotional tie-in for a mobile game that I’m not sure anyone ever played.  There was no resolution within the comic…

Break from the Bat #14: Grass Kings

Welcome back to Break from the Bat, your monthly dose of comics from anywhere but Gotham. I’ve got to level with you—I’ve been feeling a little burned out lately, and I told…

Injustice: Ground Zero #9 review

Injustice: Ground Zero ramps things up this week, even as it treads some already well-traversed ground. Christopher Sebela incrementally increases the stakes for Harley Quinn and her gang, while also making some…