Suicide Squad #30 review

Suicide Squad #30: “Walled In” by Sean Ryan and Andre Coelho After some ups and (mostly) downs, Suicide Squad releases it’s final issue before rebooting with the New Suicide Squad in July….

Batman and Ra’s al Ghul #32 review

Batman’s been bouncing around the world looking for his son’s body that was stolen by Ra’s al Ghul. He and Frankenstein have found themselves at what was once Nanda Parbat near another…

Earth 2 #2 review

With the deaths of The Trinity of Wonders in the Apokolips War, the Earth has gone five years without heroes.  Since then, the world has been slowly recovering, using the memories of…

Red Hood and the Outlaws #28 review

A one-shot issue with emotional depth, character development, a resolved storyline, AND some good action sequences all in one?  This is certainly a good sign for Red Hood and the Outlaws going…

Red Hood and the Outlaws #27 review

I’ve felt that the last year has been lost in the convoluted mysticism of the All-Caste, the Untitled, and most recently the League of Assassins has held back Red Hood and the…

Earth 2 #1 review

Few things have so bluntly and unrelentingly punched me in the face like the first issue of Earth 2.  “The Price of Victory” offers us a story we have seen numerous times before:…

Red Hood and the Outlaws #26 review

It’s been a while since we’ve touched Red Hood and the Outlaws, so let’s do a quick recap.  Jason Todd, Starfire, and Arsenal are battling Ra’s al Ghul and the League of…

Justice League 3000 #1 review

Welcome to the first issue of Justice League 3000, and if the story lives up to the premise, I have a feeling that this is going to be an awesome ride.  A…

Batman Beyond Universe #10 review

Batman Beyond Universe #10 Review The epic “Justice Lords Beyond” mega-crossover continues this month in what is a classic example of a middle chapter, but that doesn’t make it any less effective…