Futures End #24 review

We’ve hit a decent stride with the last several issues of Futures End. It makes me happy as both a reviewer and a consumer. I actually look forward to reading each issue and afterwards…

Batwoman #35 review

Batwoman #35 “Mystery In Space” Written by Marc Andreyko Art by Georges Jeanty Yes, you read that correctly. “Mystery in Space.” And when they say space, they mean space. As in spaceships,…

Earth 2: World’s End #2 review

Bring on the Furies!  That’s where we’re at in Earth 2: World’s End, the Four Furies of Apokolips have arrived on Earth 2 and our Wonders are out to stop them.  Last…

Justice League #35 review

I tried explaining to my wife the ironic timing of The Amazo Virus arc that begins in this issue of Justice League with the current Ebola virus situation in the real world. She thought…

Batman/Superman #15 review

I’ve been very optimistic about this series. In the face of delays, artist changes, and strange directions I’ve said, “Okay, let’s go with it.” As this issue concludes an “arc” I kind…

Batman and Robin #35 review

One thing that can be said about Tomasi’s knack for storytelling is that each issue takes a distinctive, if small, step forward in the story. I can see the yellow steno pages…

Worlds’ Finest #27 review

You knew as soon as it was getting good with Huntress and Powergirl that DC would pull the rug out from underneath them and turn this into another Batman and Superman story. …

Red Hood and the Outlaws #35 review

After the Red Hood awesomeness that was Future’s End Month, I had forgotten how mediocre the issues beforehand were.  For anyone who hasn’t read those previous issues in a while, there was…

Supergirl #35 review

Now, I’m reviewing this because it has Red Hood in it, and my only experience with Supergirl in the New 52 has been Batman/Superman Annual Issue 1 and some random panel in…