First look: Batman/The Shadow #2

The first issue of Batman/The Shadow is one of this year’s big surprises.  Despite one or two little stumbles, it’s an engaging detective story from Scott Snyder and Steve Orlando with some stylized art…

Mother Panic #6 review

  Color me surprised! This is the best Mother Panic has been in months! Oh, wait… No, no. Don’t get too excited, it wasn’t that good. It just wasn’t terrible.   I’m…

Batman / The Shadow #1 review

Who knows what evil lurks in the hearts of men? This comic definitely depicts one of the better interpretations of Batman that I’ve seen in quite some time.  At its heart, this…

Batman Beyond #7 review

  In Batman Beyond #6, I loved nearly everything except for Terry’s bratty attitude. This month, Terry comes to his senses (a little), Babs and Curare take out some assassins, and Bruce…

Suicide Squad #16 review

  Perfection. Sheer perfection.     If you’ve been following Suicide Squad since it’s Rebirth, then you know that a lot has happened over the course of fifteen issues. Everything up to…

Batgirl #10 review

Dad Gordon! Dick Grayson! Ridiculous new super-villain in a ridiculous new theme suit! This week’s offering on the altar of Batgirl is an interesting example of a well-paced visually exciting comic with…

Teen Titans #7 review

King Shark! Aqualad! Awesome! The Titans come face-to-face with the terror that has been putting blood in the water, and he sure has lots of teeth. But as they track down King…

The Flash #21 review

It’s been 11 long months, and I’m sure that many of us have been patiently waiting for DC to continue the story that began in their epic DC Universe: Rebirth #1 which…

Detective Comics #955 review

Shiva has been systematically capturing the entire BatFamily.  Now, she has a thermonuclear device set to detonate on a major fault-line running underneath Gotham. With only Cassandra remaining to foil this dastardly…