Midnighter #3 review

Midnighter #3 Written by Steve Orlando Pencils by ACO Inks by ACO and Hugo Petrus Colors by Romulo Fajaroo Jr Oh Midnighter, you psychotic, yet soft-hearted bastard… I know you’re completely insane,…

Detective Comics #43 review

This issue started off with a sense of urgency and intensity that made me think I was in for a real ride!  Then I flipped the page and my willing suspension of…

Bat-Mite #3 review

Damian, comic related references, and insults lobbed at the selfie generation.  Ladies and Gentlemen, what we have here is a good issue of Bat-Mite! The only thing I really ever wanted from…

Injustice: Year Four #7 review

The collected issue of Digital Firsts 13 & 14, “Strength of Hercules” and “The Old and the New” brings Shazam back to upset a tentative power balance between Superman’s cranky band of…

Upcoming Comics: August 5, 2015

Am I the only one that can’t believe it’s already August? It’s August! Where has the year gone? I feel like I’m in a time warp. Next thing I know, Bruce will…

Batgirl #42 review

Last month we saw the rebirth/escape of the villain Livewire. This month’s “Surge Protection” gives us her origin via her YouTube-like channel (for which she also apparently did makeup tutorials–seriously). Babs calls…

Gotham by Midnight Annual #1 review

Gotham by Midnight gets its own annual, which, though a bit surprising, is certainly very welcome given the overall quality of the book and the range of possibilities available to the mixed…

Batgirl Annual #3 review

Do you need to read Batgirl no. 42 first? No!  Feel free to skip the regular Batgirl series or save it for after: this story is definitely a stand-apart. This is the…

Upcoming Comics: July 29, 2015

I officially think I’m jinxed when it comes to technology… I feel like everything has broken or messed up on me this month. When I went to Comic Con, my hotel’s wifi…