Batman: Arkham: Scarecrow review

He’s the Pharaoh of Phobias, the Duke of Dread, striking fear in the hearts of Gotham’s citizens. Ostracized as a boy for being bookish and shabby, Jonathan Crane grew up determined never…

Titans #4 review

Kadabra’s got Linda! After working up the nerve to approach his soulmate for the second time since his return, Wally West could only watch as the vain magician snatched her from his…

Suicide Squad #5 review

The more I read Rob Williams’ Suicide Squad, the more I wish he would helm the upcoming Justice League vs Suicide Squad crossover. I’ve greatly enjoyed his work so far, and feel…

Detective Comics #943 review

On Monday I was returning home from a weekend trip on a 4 hour flight.  I spent the majority of the flight napping, and every time I would wake, I glanced at…

Batgirl #4 review

We’re in Part 4 of the “Beyond Burnside” arc and all the elements of the story that Hope Larson has been setting up are coming together. We’ve met Schoolgirl early on, but…

Deathstroke #5 review

Not every book needs to include Batman.  If you are going to include Batman, make sure you use him well.  And if you aren’t going to use him well, at least make…

Teen Titans #1 review

Last month, Robin (son of Batman) went and found himself some folks to play with. One by one, he took down Beast Boy, Starfire, Raven, and Kid Flash with ease, and then…