Batman: The TV Stories review

Ka-Pow! Zap! Bang! This trade paperback collects Silver Age comics that inspired episodes of the high camp TV series of the swinging sixties including issues featuring such important moments in Bat-history as…

Upcoming Comics: February 19th, 2014

Two-Face, Brainiac, Man-Bat, King Tut, and Metal Men. It’s going to be a busy week. Here’s the full list of review comics out this week, February 19th, graded on a scale of my…

Injustice: Year Two #2 review

In Year One of Injustice, the world changed. In Year Two, those responsible for the new world actually have to live in it. The landscape of Injustice gets all the grander in…

New 52 – Batgirl #28 review

Batgirl doesn’t bother making a gentle segue from last month’s Gothtopia tie-in to its latest storyline and that will make for an awkward transition when these comics finally go to trade paperback,…

Batman: Li’l Gotham #11 review

Come celebrate All Saints’ Day and Daylight Savings Time in the penultimate installment of Li’l Gotham, the all-ages book that longtime fans and little kids reading about the bat-family for the first…

New 52 – Nightwing #28 review

With the Nightwing series ending at issue #30, it appears that writer Kyle Higgins is trying to tie up all loose ends and craft a finale that brings us up to date…

New 52 – Batman #28 review

“Gotham Eternal” is a clever approach at the notorious “filler issue.” Quite simply, Batman artist Greg Capullo needed more time to complete the next installment of Zero Year but rather than delay…

DC Comics Presents: Harley Quinn #1 review

This 100-page spectacular serves as a Harley Quinn greatest hits collection, but unfortunately doesn’t feature the one story everyone wants to see most: Mad Love. I’ll give you a rundown of all…