New 52 – Batman: The Dark Knight #29 review

It’s over. Batman: The Dark Knight #29 marks the end of my least-favorite solo Batman title. Before I get started let me just briefly point out where this series went wrong: It originally started before the New 52…

New 52 – Worlds’ Finest #21 review

No, you’re seeing things right. DC actually released Part 4 of the “First Contact” saga 3 weeks ahead of Part 3′s on-sale date. When I brought this up on last Sunday’s “Upcoming Comics” article I asked if you…

Exclusive Preview: Beware the Batman #6

Until we get a Part 2 Blu-ray for Season 1 of the TV series, this Wednesday’s final issue of Beware the Batman will be the last you see of this incarnation of The Dark Knight for a long…

Upcoming Comics: March 26th, 2014

Batman: The Dark Knight and Talon both end this week, but things are just getting started for the second series of Injustice: Gods Among Us. Here’s the full list of review comics out this week, March 26th, graded on…

Free DC Comics available now in a cereal box near you

Earlier this month General Mills and DC Comics teamed up to give fans free comics! Collectible Justice League comics have made their way back into specially marked boxes of Lucky Charms, Trix, Reese’s Puffs, Cinnamon Toast Crunch, Cookie…

New 52 – Batman and Aquaman #29 review

It’s Batman and Aquaman teaming up to find Robin’s body. Sound strange? It is, but it’s a good kind of strange that I think will get you really excited about this all-new arc (it’s a great jumping-on point)…

Batman Beyond Universe #8 review

The latest installment of Batman Beyond Universe features not two stories, but three! I’ll talk about them all and let you know if this issue is worth picking up or if you should just sit it out until…

Batman ’66 #9 review

Who’s ready for more stories inspired by the classic TV series?! Well, the solicitation for this issue certainly said we would be getting more of the villainous cowboy Shame this issue and the cover definitely shows Shame’s boots,…

Upcoming Comics: March 19th, 2014

It’s definitely a different kind of Bat-week. We have a comic based on the 1966 TV series, a comic based on the Batman Beyond animated series, and a New 52 book that’s going to feature Batman and Aquaman…

Justice League: Trinity War review

It was an event that had been in the making since the very launch of the New 52. In September 2011, every #1 debut issue of DC’s relaunch featured a Where’s Waldo-esque appearance by a cloaked woman who…