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…

New 52 – Batgirl #29 review

Last month, we saw the introduction of a new villain named “Silver” who believed that the Bat-family were vampires and the city was just under some sort of hypnotic delusion that he, his attractive servant, and the Batman’s…

New 52 – Batman #29 review

Not to cause a scandal or alarm anyone in any way, but I wasn’t blown away by the conclusion to “Dark City.” Yep, I’m the guy. I’m the guy who is going to be giving this one a…

Batman: Li’l Gotham #12 review

Now comes the end of one of my favorite Bat-titles, Batman: Li’l Gotham and I believe that Dustin Nguyen and Derek Fridolfs, its creators, gave it a wonderful send-off. Once again, the print issue features two stories in…