Best of the New 52

For the past five years, DC’s brand initiative has been known as “the New 52,” a comprehensive reboot, retooling, and reimagining of its heroes and villains.  With the recent release of Rebirth, the…

Break from the Bat #4: Rebirth

After months of anticipation, the first wave of Rebirth books has finally hit. With promising starts in DC Universe: Rebirth #1 and Detective Comics #934, it’s easy to be optimistic. And while most of us…

Red Hood/Arsenal #13 review

Will Roy Harper die, or will Jason Todd get there in time to stop Joker’s Daughter and Iron Rule from doing more damage than they already have? And even if he does,…

Detective Comics #934 review

Ah…nostalgia.  This story is definitely featuring plenty of blasts from the past, sure to make any longtime Batman aficionado feel right at home.  But it’s got a lot more than just that. …

Black Canary #12 review

After twelve issues, Brenden Fletcher’s Black Canary comes to a close. I won’t say I’m sad to see it go, because I’ve found it to be (largely) a hot mess. But the…

Upcoming Comics: June 8, 2016

I’m going to be honest, aside from Detective Comics and the digital release of Batman ’66 Meets Steed and Mrs. Peel, I’m not that excited about the books we’re covering this week….

Grayson Vol. 2: We All Die at Dawn review

Dick Grayson returns for the second half of his first “season” as an agent of Spyral.  In We All Die at Dawn, Dick’s exploits with his eclectic supporting cast are further detailed as Spyral…

Teeny Titans #1 review

We’ve all been there: you start getting into a property, be it a comic book, television series, movie franchise, or video game series.  Whatever it is, you start enjoying it more and…