Batman Beyond #13 review

CAN YOU BELIEVE THIS?! Part two of ‘Wired for Death’ is something else and I’m just going to get right into it, because of REASONS. Recap of the first part: Commissioner Gordon (Barbara),…

DC Comics Bombshells #14 review

Who’s in the mood for love? Apparently Marguerite Bennett as she brings together three “Love Stories” (from Digital Firsts 40, 41, and 42) in this issue of DC Bombshells, which can be…

Injustice: Year Five #11 review

Digital Firsts No. 21 & No. 22 (“Memorial and “Tempers Flare”) return us to the problem of Superman-as-Evil in terms of his support from other former Justice-Leaguers.  That’s been a question running…

Batman: Rebirth #1 review

If you’re like me, you’ve been waiting with bated breath for Rebirth to arrive.  Last week, we got our first look into DC’s new direction, in the form of DC Universe: Rebirth…

Upcoming Comics: June 1, 2016

So Rebirth was released last week…. And it was f#@#&%$ amazing!!! Make sure you check out Brandon’s review if you haven’t already done so. And if you thought I was excited about…

Deathstroke #18 review

You know what I like about Deathstroke? I can always count on it to be entertaining! That might sound odd considering this book is about an assassin that does his fair share…

Justice League 3001 #12 review

::looks at byline:: ::looks in mirror:: ::is decidedly not Cat:: Two years ago, when auditions were open for the Batman News writing team, one of the titles that piqued my interest was…

Batman/Superman, Vol. 2: Game Over review

Less ongoing saga, more “Legends of the World’s Finest”, Batman/Superman Volume 2 collects three (largely) self-contained stories. Grek Pak, Paul Levitz, and a host of artists team up across nine issues from Batman/Superman and World’s Finest…

Secret Six #14 review

Ah, Secret Six, your time has come to an end. I really wish I could say I’m going to miss this particular run, but I honestly think that saying goodbye is the…

DC Comics Bombshells #13 review

Here’s a Gotham-centric one-shot called “The Batgirls Swing Again” (from Digital Firsts 37, 38, and 39), following on the coattails of last issue’s emotional conclusion to the fighting in London. We need…