Batman: Li’l Gotham #7 review

It might be October for us, but Li’l Gotham is celebrating the holidays of June and July in this issue and it’s just as adorable as you’d expect it to be. Minazuki What’s Minazuki? It’s June. Apparently there…

New 52 – Batman #24 review

At 64 pages, this isn’t a comic book, it’s a novella. And while the $6.99 price might sound high at first, I assure you it’s well worth every penny. Issue #24 is an important milestone for the New…

New 52 – Nightwing #24 review

It’s the conclusion to what’s definitely the best arc of the Kyle Higgins’¬†Nightwing so far, but it also wraps things up a little too quickly and a little too neatly. When we left things off 2 months ago,…

New 52 – Batgirl #24 review

Batgirl is a dark comic where a variety of awful things happen to our heroine in every issue, but no installment was as brutal as part one of Batgirl: Wanted. In that chapter we saw Ricky, the boy…

Forever Evil: Arkham War #1 review

If you haven’t been following the DC Universe event Forever Evil then this comic might come off as a little strange to you as it casually mentions that the moon is permanently eclipsing the sun, Batman is missing…

Poll: The Best Batman Cover…1943 (part 1)

We’ve reached 1943 and it’s time to start the poll for cover supremacy anew. Poll #1 will feature all World’s Finest covers from the year followed by a poll for Detective Comics, then Batman, and finally the best…

Upcoming Comics: October 9th, 2013

This is going to be one exhausting day. Not only do we have the beginning of the massive Arkham War event, but in Batman we’ll actually see the birth of The Dark Knight and possibly the Joker, Batgirl…

New 52 – Detective Comics #24 review

As you can probably tell by the awesome cover by Jason Fabok and Blond, this book is almost entirely action. When you pit Batman against Wrath AKA The Anti-Batman, all the toys get brought out and we end…

Batman: Black and White (2013) #2 review

Batman: Black and White returned in grand fashion last month with a first issue that hit all the right notes to deliver visual storytelling at its very finest. This is a series that has a long history of…

Forever Evil #2 review

The Justice Leagues are all dead and every supervillain has been unleashed upon the world. It’s a new world order and the Crime Syndicate, an evil incarnation of our universe’s heroes, is in control. Last issue, the Crime…