DC Comics Bombshells #2 review

The “Enlisted” introduction continues in this second installment of DC Comics Bombshells and if you’re picking this up in print instead of keeping up with the Digital Firsts, you’re in for some…

Injustice: Year Four #9 review

Remember when Injustice: Gods Among Us was basically a book about Superman against Batman and the two teams (with a few rogue exceptions) were easily discerned based on who approved of Superman’s…

Upcoming Comics: September 2, 2015

We’re already heading into September? Yowza! You know what that means… School is back in session (unless you attend Gotham Academy, which apparently runs year round… Hopefully those kids will get a…

Justice League 3001 #3 review

Let me illustrate, for like the third time this month, that I hate time-skips. Between Earth 2: Society and Justice League 3001, pretty much half of the books I review are going…

Arkham Knight: Genesis #1 review

Arkham Knight: Genesis #1 Written by Peter J. Tomasi Illustrated by Alisson Borges Colored by Dave McCaig Lettered by Deron Bennett Go big or go home, right? The Arkham Knight saga continues…

Justice League: Gods and Monsters #3 review

Justice League: Gods and Monsters #3: “Genesis” Story by J. M. DeMatteis and Bruce Timm Written by J. M. DeMatteis Illustrated by Thony Silas Colored by Tony Aviña Lettered by Saida Temofonte…

Justice League of America #3 review

Justice League of America #3 Written by Bryan Hitch Art by Bryan Hitch Inks by Daniel Henriques Colors by Alex Sinclair Justice League of America is in its third issue, and all…

Harley Quinn #19 review

There can never be any doubt that Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti are going to bring the great big bloated crazy each and every month with Harley Quinn. This month’s “Ship of…

Grayson #11 review

Grayson #11: “Nemesis Part 3” Written by Tom King and Tim Seeley Illustrated by Mikel Janín Colored by Jeromy Cox Lettered by Carlos M. Mangual Grayson oozes style, much like its leading…

We are Robin #3 review

Defusing bombs, containing homeless riots, meeting the new Batman, and discovering the true identity of The Nest.  This issue has a little bit of something for everyone, but despite so many crisscrossing…