Teen Titans Annual #2 review

Scott Lobdell returns to Teen Titans. That might be enough to make most of you turn tail and run. If I weren’t reviewing this for you, the fair citizens of the Internet,…

Upcoming Comics: June 29, 2016

Warning: The next paragraph is only slightly humorous if you read it with an Australian accent that resembles Steve Irwin’s… and even then, it’s still slightly stupid. We’ve encountered a rare, magical…

Dark Night: A True Batman Story review

If you’re a Batman fan, chances are good that you’re also a Paul Dini fan. Batman: The Animated Series, Detective Comics, Rocksteady’s Arkham franchise—even Harley Quinn herself—all are properties where Dini has left…

Deathstroke #19 review

Since the beginning, I’ve found Deathstroke to be a rather enjoyable book. Under Tony S. Daniel, it was incredibly violent and depicted with quite a bit of realism, but the edge fit….

Harley Quinn #29 review

After the crazy antics from Harley that we had last month, I seriously didn’t think it could get any funnier, but boy was I proven wrong from Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti….

Teen Titans #21 review

Tony Bedard has done what no previous writer in the New 52 has been able to do—he’s written a fun Teen Titans book. No more trying to be cool, no more placing characters we…

Detective Comics #935 review

I’m kind of in awe at the level of perfection this issue actually displays.  Admittedly, it’s very sparse in the action category, but that’s ok with me.  What it lacks in heart-pumping-adrenaline,…

Justice League #52 review

Considering this issue focuses on Lex Luthor, and that we already received quite a few answers concerning him in Action Comics, I felt like this book was going to be a waste…