Grayson #1 review

It’s finally here. The next chapter in the former Boy Wonder’s life is upon us. After reading this issue and mulling over it for a while, I am fully vested in this…

Nightwing #30 review

Nightwing #30 “Setting Son” comes to us with a certain… trepidation. We don’t have Kyle Higgins writing for us. Instead, we are given a prelude to the upcoming (out as of July…

Batman Eternal #14 review

This week in Eternal we are treated to the Penguin being an absolute psychopath and boy is it intense!  No, seriously, you could cut the tension in this issue with a trick…

Detective Comics #33 review

I’m just being blindsided this week with surprises, first in Eternal and now, here as well.  We are faced with new information that makes us re-evaluate a lot of what has transpired…

Batgirl #33 review

Well okay now! This is more like it! “Enemies and Allies” is part two of a new arc focusing on Batgirl’s attempt to wrangle Knightfall down like an obstreperous calf in the…

Injustice: Year Two #7 review

Tell me again why you’re not reading this series? Last week Injustice vol. 2 was released, which now puts all of Year One at your disposal. Get it, read it, and catch…

Catwoman may be readable again this October

Literary Caligula, Ann Nocenti, will be leaving Catwoman this October and is being replaced by newcomer Genevieve Valentine, according to an announcement from DC Comics this morning. After over a year of…

Birds of Prey #30 review

Birds of Prey #30 “Soul Crisis” Written by Christy Marx Art by Robson Rocha This issue is almost nothing but action, so there isn’t too much to say. Regardles, it’s done pretty…

Birds of Prey #29 review

Birds of Prey #29 “The Eve of Battle” Written by Christy Marx Art by Robson Rocha Before I jump into “The Eve of Battle,” I want to briefly cover issue #28. It…