Justice League 3001 #11 review

There’s nothing more exciting, than seeing the Justice League without a plan – basically, that is exactly what’s happening in this issue. SO, up to now, we have established that Lady Styx…

Secret Six #13 review

Secret Six inches closer to its final issue, and with that comes the tying up of a lot of loose ends… and considering this title has consistently had issues with pacing, tone,…

We are Robin #11 review

The Gun… “Easy to get, easier to use.  The problem with easy is always the same.  You have no respect for it.  You don’t have to fight to earn it.  Any superstitious…

Superman/Wonder Woman #28 review

Superman vs Superman! Wonder Woman vs Superman! Superman vs Ulysses (who?!?!)! Steve Trevor vs the same whiny jealousy he’s battled since the start of The New 52! Do you love me, Clark? Last…

Black Canary #11 review

Behold: a really good issue of Black Canary! If you’ve been reading my reviews, you may think that I love to hate this book, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. It…

Justice League #49 review

Sound the alarms! Ring the bells! I’ve broken my rule for a second time, and I’ve given a book a perfect score! (In case you’re wondering, the previous instance was The Multiversity:…

Batgirl #51 review

This month’s issue features a sad Babs on the cover with her costume in the trash bin in perhaps what feels like an appropriate commentary on the whole redirection of this comic,…

Batman #51 review

This comic was an absolute joy!  As the story unfolds, we are treated to dozens of callbacks to Snyder’s previous work on the Batman title over the last 4 and a half…