First Look: Batwoman Begins

Detective Comics has been, without question, one of the most successful books post-Rebirth and one of the best Batman books in recent memory.  The ensemble approach has been terrific with each member…

Nightwing #10 review

You don’t need a ton of action or a breakneck pace to have an engaging comic.  With great teamwork between the writer and artistic team, even a story without an awful lot…

Harley Quinn #9 review

“Butt Maiming & Mind Gaming” may be my favorite title for a Harley comic yet. Writers Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti bring Harley back to Coney Island for more bizarre dream sequences,…

Batman #12 review

The fourth installment of “I am Suicide” hits shelves today, and with that comes the realization of what the title actually means.  (And here we all thought it was because Batman was…

Injustice: Ground Zero #1 review

Injustice: Ground Zero offers a launch point for anyone completely new to the Injustice world. “All Bad Things Must End” (Digital Firsts 1 & 2) spends it’s whole first half recounting five…

Justice League #10 review

The Justice League has been getting its bottom beat pretty hard. A mysterious digital devil has been making life difficult, wrecking the Batcave and commandeering Baz’s ring for nefarious purposes. But the…

Upcoming Comics: December 7, 2016

Nightwing returns to Bludhaven this week, and in case you missed it, Jay hosted an interview with the creative team behind Nightwing, Tim Seeley and Marcus To. There’s some interesting tidbits that…

Batman, Vol. 4: Zero Year – Secret City review

DC’s New 52 initiative was a quasi-reboot of the publisher’s fictional universe. Certain events and character histories were preserved, but other elements were changed as editorial and creators saw fit. After two smashingly…