Catwoman: Futures End #1 review

Catwoman: Futures End #1 “The Death of Selina Kyle” Written by Sholly Fisch Art by Patrick Olliffe Look at this!!! Who knew this could happen? It’s 2014, it’s an issue of Catwoman,…

Futures End #21 review

This issue of Futures End is unlike any other. Usually, each issue contains five or six micro sections, each with a tiny tease of information. This issue is one giant story, or rather, one…

Batman Eternal #25 review

James Tynion IV crafts a character driven story, but I felt like he failed to represent half of the characters in an appropriate way.  It had a strong plot and some great…

Batman Beyond Universe #14 review

Batman Beyond Universe #14 Written by Kyle Higgins and Alec Siegel Illustrated by Phil Hester, Craig Rousseau, and Thony Silas Inked by Eric Gapstur Colored by Guy Major and Nick Filardi Lettered…

Batman ’66 #15 review

Batman ’66 #15: “Caught In the Widow’s Web” Written by Jeff Parker Illustrated by Wilfredo Torres Colors by Tony Aviña Letters by Wes Abbott You watch a clip like this one and…

Harley Quinn: Futures End #1 review

You know you’re in for something really special on seeing the title page with “Crappily Ever After” rendered in nicely poo-shaped lettering. Harley Quinn always keeps it classy! On reading this, I…

Injustice: Year Two #12 review

Print issue No. 12 collects the Digital Firsts 23 & 24, “Fall of the Gods” and “World’s End”, and wraps up the tortuous journey that has been Year Two. This time around…

Upcoming Comics: September 24th, 2014

Hey! There’s only two Futures End titles being covered this week, then we get to jump into October where pretty much every book picks up after the events of Batman Eternal… I…

Batman/Superman: Futures End #1 review

Futures End Month hits Batman/Superman this week and it’s an overall welcomed visit. We aren’t treated to anything particularly new or groundbreaking, nor are we given an overly moving story. What we have is the…

Teen Titans: Futures End #1 review

Coming off a series reboot, Teen Titans is forced to take a break with Futures End Month. Like waves in the ocean, these Futures End Month titles ebb and flow with good quality stories. Unfortunately for a series that’s trying…