Batgirl and the Birds of Prey #13

As usual, Batgirl and the Birds of Prey makes me want to kick and scream out of frustration due to terrible writing and characterization is, but one thing happens in this issue…

Titans #14 review

  There’s an important moral to this story… Don’t order pizza from a place with “Fish” in the restaurant name… When you break it down, Titans is a solid book. I always…

Harley Quinn #25 review

Harley is celebrating 25 in style! This slightly plump special issue packs in a little extra Harley for those of you can’t seem to get enough. And to sweeten the deal, Chad…

Detective Comics #962 review

Unrelenting action, check.  Witty humor, check.  Amazing visuals, check.  Unexpected twists and turns, check.  AzBats, check.  And an ending that boils down to more than simply who can hit the hardest, check. …

Justice League/Power Rangers #5 review

Remember this comic? No? I don’t blame you: it’s been on hiatus since last spring, that’s why. That tends to happen when you have months-long gaps between issues of a six-issue limited…

Red Hood and the Outlaws #13 review

Bizarro is dead, but Lex Luthor is on the case! As Jason and Artemis worry for their friend, the big guy’s past comes to light, and we learn that’s his linguistic impairments…

Suicide Squad #23 review

  I’m really beginning to have a love/hate relationship with this arc of Suicide Squad. The whole, “Harley is the new field leader!” bit is beginning to get toned down (thankfully), but…

Justice League of America #12 review

  Twelve issues in, and we’re finally getting what we’d hoped and expected to get from Justice League of America since its announcement! I won’t lie, the issues leading up to this…