Artist Bernie Wrightson has passed away

Legendary horror artist Bernie Wrightson has passed away due to complications from brain surgery.  The artist, who is best known for his work in horror comics, has also contributed pencils to various…

Nightwing #17 review

It’s Nightwing and Robin’s European Vacation as Dick and Damian make their way to France in search of Shawn. If you haven’t been feeling this title recently, or have even moved away…

Harley Quinn #16 review

It’s curtains for this netherland storyline, which has been a strange departure. To say so feels like a misnomer for a Harley book–in which everything is always strange all the time, but…

Super Sons #2 review

Super Sons accomplishes something that too few comics do these days: it is pure joy.  From beginning to end, this book is an outright blast, and even though it’s only in its…

Batman #19 review

In the last issue, King spent a considerable amount of time illustrating the similarities and differences between Bruce and Bane.  This time, there is an entirely different parallel at play, but it’s…

Trinity #7 review

What happens when three of the Trinity’s biggest baddies get together for a catacomb bull session? ABOMINATIONS! With apologies to the excellent first arc of Red Hood and the Outlaws, Ra’s, Lex, and…

All-Star Batman #8 review

Think of the last great Mad Hatter story you read.  When you do, let me know what it is. I don’t say that to be snide, I’m genuinely curious what the great…

Justice League #17 review

With the help of Infinity, Batman and Superman have caught up with the Timeless. Meanwhile, the rest of the League has dispersed across time to stop the enemy on the most urgent…