Harley Quinn #26 review

Well Harley has kicked the Joker to the curb, lost her squeeze, and is on her way back to Coney Island to get back into her overstuffed routine of managing her gang,…

Deathstroke #16 review

Cat’s TidBits: Phew! Deathstroke is out to find his daughter, but can he succeed with Red Hood on his back to hurt him? And who exactly hired Red Hood to beat the hell…

Batman #50 review

As today neared, I began to mentally prepare myself for the climax of SuperHeavy.  Multiple factors were converging to make this one of the most hyped and anticipated issues in recent memory. …

Secret Six #12 review

League of Assassins. Court of the Owls. Lady Shiva vs Strix. What should have been the best martial arts fight of the year… unfortunately turns into an attempt at comedy clashed with…

Teen Titans #18 review

Can I trust you, Robin? Before Greg Pak came aboard for last month’s Teen Titans #17, several readers (and reviewers, if I remember correctly) were saying that what this title needed more than…

Grayson #18 review

Creative teams change all the time.  You can read a book for years and go through dozens of names on the credits page, especially in the constantly shifting world of superhero comics….

Upcoming Comics: March 23, 2016

I almost feel like this week should be considered “DC Week!” While I will openly admit that I’m only semi-excited about the comics being released this week, we are getting some big…

Batman: Venom review

Some of the best Batman stories I’ve read deal with Bruce Wayne’s response to failure. Whether it’s the loss of a Robin, the loss of mobility, or the loss of a Robin,…

DC Comics Bombshells #10 review

The final installment of the “Allies and Enemies” storyline (Digital Firsts 28, 29, and 30) sees the culmination of the fight between Wonder Woman and the Baroness and a Catwoman/ Huntress /…