Gotham Academy #4 review

Gotham Academy #4 “The Secret of the Symbol” Written by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher Art by Karl Kerschl Have I told you how much I enjoy this little book? For me,…

Futures End #39 review

King Kong attacks! Not really. Allow me to paint the picture for what exactly this issue is. Imagine a movie scene. It is three minutes to midnight. The living room of a…

Catwoman #38 review

Catwoman #38 “The Serpent” Written by Genevieve Valentine Art by Garry Brown I love that Catwoman has become the book that I can depend on for a quality story at the end…

Earth 2: World’s End #17 review

The device driving the last few issues has been the bringing together of the many storylines that have taken up the bulk of World’s End.  With so many narratives tied up together,…

Arkham Manor #4 review

It’s still winter at Arkham Manor even though I believe we’ve moved well into Spring already in the other Bat Books. It requires a few mental gymnastics to return to this title…

Gotham by Midnight # 3 review

Last month I predicted that Gotham by Midnight was following a split-narrative formula of advancing the plot incrementally while introducing us to the origins of the Midnight Team and this month’s issue,…

Batman ’66 #19 review

Batman ’66 #19: “The Villain of Vapor Street/Foggy Bats Can’t Be Beat” Written by Jeff Parker Illustrated by Leonardo Romero Colors by Tony Aviña Letters by Wes Abbott After seeing that cover,…

Harley Quinn #14 review

I have a confession to make. In case it’s not been obvious from previous reviews of this and other books, I really like seeing comic book heroes and villains just doing the…