Batman/Superman Annual #2 review

The Batman/Superman Annual plays out as sort of an extended epilogue for the previous arc. I enjoyed the last few issues involving Superman’s nemesis, Xa-Du the Phantom King, so I was curious to see…

Futures End #47 review

This issue was trippy. This is the second-to-last issue of Futures End, so one would —and should!— expect a comic that is firing on all cylinders, but this issue is not. It’s rife with…

Gotham Academy: Endgame #1 review

Gotham Academy: Endgame #1 “Joker Jitters” Written by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher Art by Jeff Stokely Colors by Jenny Donovan Alright, this is going to be difficult to review… Not because…

Teen Titans Annual #1 review

The Teen Titans received just what the doctor ordered to get things really going for the title: fresh blood! Literally, fresh blood is what compiled the beginning of this issue. Numerous slained…

Batman and Robin Annual #3 review

If you’ve been following Batman and Robin for some time or just happened to pick up the previous annuals, then you know that these have been exceptional pieces in Tomasi’s run. They’ve…

Convergence #0 review

And so begins the tale henceforth to be known as Convergence….. This story features Superman and “Brainiac” on a world that houses hundreds of bottled cities captured from different planets, universes, dimensions,…

Harley Quinn #16 review

“Be Careful Watcha Wish For…” is the ominous title of this latest boxcar ratcheting down the rails as part of the HarleyTrain, but we’ll have to wait until June to see how…

Arkham Manor: Endgame #1 review

There has been a lot of murmuring and outright grousing that the Endgame tie-ins aren’t so much tie-ins as just excuses to put more paper on the stands. There was also some…

Best of March 2015 Batman Comics

Here are the best moments of March 2015 Batman comics chosen by the Batman News review team and then narrowed down by me. We also have links to all the most positive…