Elseworld’s Finest review

Published as a two-issue limited in October and November of 1997, Elseworld’s Finest takes the seeds of Batman and Superman and plants them in the soil of a World War-era, Indiana Jones-style adventure tale. With…

We are Robin #9 review

Smiley begins his gradual ascent to gang leader status as a small group of miscreants are drawn to his madness.  Meanwhile, the gang of Robins goes about their mundane civilian lives, but…

Justice League #48 review

Let’s be direct for a minute. If you’re reading this review, then you’re probably already reading Justice League at the moment… So I doubt you’re here to see if this issue is…

Superman: Lois and Clark #5 review

As an event, Convergence may have been a bust, but it managed to pull off quite a remarkable feat: it made tie-ins worth reading.  In fact, it could be argued that the…

Teen Titans #17 review

When I saw, months ago, that Greg Pak would be writing Teen Titans for a few issues, I allowed myself a measure of cautious optimism. While far from my favorite writer, Pak at…

Grayson #17 review

Think back to when it was first announced that Dick Grayson would become a spy following the events of Forever Evil.  What were your thoughts and feelings? Relief? Confusion? “Way to spoil…

Batman and Robin Eternal #21 review

The origin of Mother, paired with some of the best Batman snippets I’ve seen in months.  Do I really need to say anything else?  I don’t think so….but I’m going to. Batman…