Detective Comics #41 review

This issue of Detective Comics is NOT illustrated by Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato!!! Usually I save the art talk for the last paragraph in my reviews, but opening this book up…

Injustice: Year Four #3 review

Did I mention last issue that Injustice feels like the good old days? Because it bears repeating. Whatever plot points took us far afield in Year Three, we’ve returned to (literal) solid…

Catwoman #41 review

Catwoman #41 “Caesar or Nothing” Part 1 Written by Genevieve Valentine Art by David Messina Colors by Lee Loughridge I’ve missed this book, and I’m glad to have it back from its…

Harley Quinn #17 review

It’s hard to be believe it’s been two months since Harley first started putting together her Gang of Harleys and the regular lineup went into deep-freeze, but we’re back and the gang’s…

Batman/Superman #21 review

There’s been some incredible changes to the status quo of DC’s two most popular heroes as of late. Batman and Superman have a lot on their plates with the current shake ups…

Gotham Academy #7 review

Damian Wayne!!!!!!!!  That’s right, Damian Wayne is joining the cast of Gotham Academy!  Oh wait….no he’s not….he’s just here for this one issue. (sniffle sniffle)  Way to kill my buzz man. For…

All Star Section Eight #1 review

All Star Section 8 #1: “I Often Wonder What the Vinters Buy” Written by Garth Ennis Illustrated by John McCrea Colored by John Kalisz Lettered by Pat Brosseau WARNING: Spoilers for a…

Batman #41 review

Welcome to the new (temporary) status quo.   In place of Batman, a creature of the shadows who tormented the criminal underworld by preying on their superstitions and cowardice, we get Robobat-bunny!…

Upcoming Comics: June 10, 2015

Holy cow! We’ve got a busy week this week! There are a ton of titles scheduled for release for week two, and interestingly enough, there are a decent amount of heavy hitters…