Arkham Manor #5 review

Last issue promised us the showdown between the Arkham Manor murderer and the Dark Knight Detective and that’s the bulk of what we get here: Batman swooping in to put an end…

Batman #39 review

Next month is the final chapter of EndGame, so I wanted to take a moment to reflect on where we have been, extrapolate on the future, and share some concerns.  Let me…

Futures End #42 review

I have to admit it: this review is nearly a week late. What makes it so bad is that it’s coming at a time when Futures End is actually offering some legitimate, heavy-hitting action….

Red Hood and the Outlaws #39 review

Before I get into the review, there’s an observation I’d like to get out.  This book is a flop.  It’s not like there’s any interesting villains, cool plot points, stunning visuals, or…

Teen Titans #7 review

It’s starting to look like Teen Titans is finding its footing after rebirth, and begin to show signs of improvement. This is an early assumption, but this month’s issue was a decent outing….

Earth 2: World’s End #20 review

Welcome back to what’s devolved into one of the less coherent and slowest books around – World’s End!  Who would have thought so little would end up happening during the apocalypse brought…

Batman/Superman #19 review

Batman/Superman #19 opens with a brief history of the capitol city of Kandor on the now eradicated planet of Krypton. The narration is provided by the book’s current villain who has been making Superman’s…

Justice League #39 review

We’ve finally reached the conclusion of the Amazo Virus arc and let’s just say that it was AMAZING! Honestly, I feel like I’ve offered a bit too much praise in some of these…