Batman ’66 #17 review

Batman ’66 #17: “The Osiris Virus/Batman on Papyrus” Written by Jeff Parker Illustrated and Colored by Scott Kowalchuk Letters by Wes Abbott Sometimes it feels good to be wrong. I went into…

Batman Beyond Universe #16 review

Batman Beyond Universe #16: “Alternating Currents” Written by Kyle Higgins and Alec Siegel Illustrated by Thony Silas Colored by Guy Major I’m going to miss Terry.  This book has always been solid,…

Arkham Manor #2 review

This second chapter of the opening arc for this new series, “A Home for the Criminally Insane”, does all the things the first chapter should have: tosses us into the deep end…

Catwoman #36 review

Catwoman #36 “Keeper of the Castle” Written by Genevieve Valentine Art by Gary Brown Catwoman is back with its second installment of “Mob Boss Selina!” The debut of the creative change gave…

Batman Eternal #34 review

Arrogance.  Holding the belief that one’s abilities measure up to the task at hand, when in reality, they fall short.  The story doesn’t telegraph this as its theme, but I found it…

Earth 2: World’s End #8 review

I’m just going to jump into the review.  Here’s the brief overview: stuff just happens, again, but Daniel Wilson’s story really goes nowhere.  It’s all just a build-up. Space:  Probably the coolest image…

DC Comics announces third round of Convergence titles

Keeping stride with their previous announcements, DC has released another batch of tie-in titles. The full list, courtesy of SuperHero Hype: BATMAN AND THE OUTSIDERS Writer: Marc Andreyko Artist: Carlos D’Anda Colorist:…

Upcoming Comics: November 26th, 2014

Before we get into this week’s comics, I want to wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving! I know that technically only the US is celebrating Thanksgiving this week, but there’s no reason anyone…

February 2015 Solicitations

First off, I can’t believe that Thanksgiving is Thursday! Where has November gone? Where has 2014 gone? This whole year has been a blur! On the plus side, I have a long…

Teen Titans #4 review

Teen Titans is on a rocky reboot. What started strong in issue one quickly began to go down hill, especially in the last two issues…and we’re only on issue four. While I this month’s addition…