Justice League #33 review

Justice League comes to us delayed for a couple issues, but it’s nonetheless here. Do you remember what’s going on with the new Power Ring? Jessica Cruz was chosen by Power Ring to…

Earth 2: Future’s End #1 review

I don’t get it.  I don’t get all of this.  I don’t get the need for this, this Future’s End Month, and quite honestly, I don’t get the purpose behind Future’s End…

Grayson: Futures End #1 review

The September-long Futures End one-shots are rolling in. For me, it begins with Grayson and I couldn’t be happier. I enjoyed this comic so much that I immediately had to read it again as soon as…

Batman Eternal #22 review

Kyle Higgins puts forth a super tight narrative, with no sidetracks or interruptions, featuring revealed secrets, classic Batman action, and two awesome villains!  Surely, this issue should rank right up there with the…

Batman ’66 #14 review

Batman ’66 #14: “The Batrobot Takes Flight/Bat-Villains Unite” Written by Jeff Parker Illustrated by Paul Rivoche and Craig Rousseau Colored by Tony Aviña Letters by Wes Abbott Mortality. We are all but…

Catwoman #34 review

Catwoman #34: “Remote Life” Written by Ann NOcenti Art by Patrick Olliffe For a while, I never thought this day would come… Today, Ann Nocenti released her last issue of Catwoman! I…

Futures End #17 review

If you’ve been following this series, you know the snail’s pace that each story unfolds. Some story lines go a couple issues before they are even touched upon. Where is Tim? Where…

Harley Quinn #10 review

Perhaps ironically titled “There are No Rules”, issue No. 10 tests readers’ expectations of what a Harley Quinn comic book ought to be. Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti left us off two…