Grayson Vol. 4: A Ghost in the Tomb review

Following possibly its best singular run of issues, Grayson returns for its penultimate collection.  Collecting Robin War #1-2 and Grayson #13-16, A Ghost in the Tomb covers Agent 37’s adventures in Gotham…

First Look: Nightwing #10

Dick Grayson has been through a lot lately: he’s taken down the Parliament of Owls, been betrayed by someone he put his trust in, and has had some pretty crazy dreams.  Now,…

Exclusive Preview: Batman Beyond #2

In addition to a great interview with Dan Jurgens, DC Comics has given Batman News an exclusive sneak preview of Batman Beyond #2.  Check out the gallery below, which includes a chilling confrontation…

Teen Titans Go! digital-issue #37 review

Hijinks ensue as Beast Boy gains a new power: the ability to smell the future. …wait, what? Huh.  So I did read it right.  Alrighty. This story is so, so goofy, and…

Suicide Squad #6 review

In this issue of Suicide Squad, everyone goes crazy! Well, crazier than normal anyway. That naturally makes the issue itself crazy as well. Er… Also more crazy than usual. It’s crazy squared,…

Batman #11 review

Batman #11 is better than the previous issue…but not by much.  We get a continuation of the Catwoman narrative that seems to be cementing this new take as legitimate, some off-the-wall humor,…

Superman #11 review

There will come a day, if it hasn’t arrived already, where Peter Tomasi and Patrick Gleason’s names will be listed among the greatest comic book collaborative teams.  With their work on the…

Trinity #3 review

Last month, our heroes found themselves observers in Superman’s past. Clark got to see his father again—got to save him—and the unexpected journey seemed a serendipitous blessing for the Man of Steel….

Nightwing #9 review

Optimism is a virtue.  It’s a trait that can be cast in an unfavorable light, coming off as hokey or unrealistic, but it’s still a virtue.  The idea that you can look…