Justice League of America #2 review

  You know how I was hoping (wishing/ praying) that Steve Orlando would deliver with Justice League of America since Hitch’s Justice League is complete crap? Yeah, well… Orlando totally failed in…

Red Hood and the Outlaws #8 review

Black Mask: defeated. Bizarro: redeemed. Artemis? Who is she, really? Why does she roam the world in search of the elusive Bow of Ra? Red Hood and the Outlaws #8 delays her quest once…

Detective Comics #952 review

James Tynion IV started off his run on Detective Comics with “Rise of the Batmen”/The Colony storyline and followed that up with “The Victim Syndicate” arc.  Both of those were fairly original…

Upcoming Comics: March 8, 2017

I’m not going to lie, I’m pretty excited about this week’s releases! As expected, I can’t wait to get my hands on Detective Comics, but I’m also looking forward to Snyder’s All…

Detective Comics vol. 6: Icarus review

A new creative team means a new direction for Detective Comics.  With the exit of John Layman and Jason Fabok, Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato jump on board as the new all-star…

Full details of DC/Looney Tunes crossovers

A few weeks ago, DC Comics teased some crossovers between some of their most popular characters and the Looney Tunes gang.  Truly, this bit of synergy is just the amount of delirious…

Teen Titans Go! digital-issue #41 review

The Titans have fallen before that wretched foe.  The one we all fear.  The one that, inevitably, will come for us all. I’m speaking, of course, of… Code violations and exorbitant household…

Break from the Bat #13: X-O Manowar #1

I’ve tried a few times to get into Valiant’s tent-pole titles over the past several years. But other than an isolated issue of Ninjak or a promising mini like Savage, nothing really took. Perhaps…

Harley Quinn #15 review

There’s so much going on in this comic. So much that my little pea brain is having a hard time keeping up with all of it. Fortunately the pace in this week’s…

Batman #18 review

I don’t like how King forces characters to fit into a mold they don’t belong in just so he can tell the story he wants to tell.  To be honest, I think…