Batman Eternal #19 review

Personally, I’ve always felt that Jason delivered his most worthwhile contribution upon dying.  His death sent ripples through the DC Universe that are still felt to this day.  While I was worried…

Batgirl #34 review

After providing the voice and adventures for Batgirl since the advent of the New 52, Gail Simone officially ends her tenure with Batgirl with an issue titled (interestingly) “Crash and Burn”. It’s…

Injustice: Year Two #9 review

Print issue No. 9 collects the Digital Firsts 17 & 18, “Absolute Freaking Carnage” and “Ground Assault” all wrapped up in a gloriously simple, yet awesomely ominous cover by Stéphane Roux. Tom…

Upcoming Comics: August 13th, 2014

Last week I asked you which Batman character each of us (the review team) reminded you of… Well, the results are in the spoiler tag. Make sure you check them out, and…

Tiny Titans: Return to the Treehouse #3 review

Tiny Titans: Return to the Treehouse #2 Written by Art Baltazar and Franco Illustrated by Art Baltazar It’s funny how, occasionally, different characters will affect you in different ways. Last month we…

Justice League 3000 #9 review

Promotions for Justice League 3000 set this issue up as the battle between The League and The Five.  Although this is partially true, it seems that the struggle between the two pentacular…

Earth 2 #26 review

The previous issue of Earth 2 earned, in my opinion, a perfect score.  I have been writing since high school and have always adhered to the rule that the greater the build-up…

Batwing #34 review

When presented with a finale, there are usually two questions on people’s minds: was it a satisfying conclusion to the series as a whole? and did everything get wrapped up?  The answer…