Titans #6 review

Titans #5 was the first issue that I actually enjoyed from this title. There have been moments that were nice, but ultimately there were many more moments that I found grating, heavy…

Detective Comics #947 review

When we last saw our heroes, they were being audibly assaulted by The Spoiler.  Has she snapped?  What turn of events could have possibly propelled her to such deplorable doings?   Why…

The Dark Knight III: The Master Race #7 review

Has there been a comic series of such varying quality in recent memory?  I remember finishing the first issue of DK3 last November (no, that one before that) and being pleasantly surprised…

Batgirl #6 review

I guess I didn’t see this one coming. I fully expected the “Beyond Burnside” arc to be over, but Hope Larson gives us this one-shot epilogue to close things out (and Rafael…

All-Star Batman #5 review

My relationship with this arc has been rather… strange.  Even though there were aspects of Scott Snyder’s writing on Batman that I wasn’t a huge fan of, I was still greatly looking…

Justice League vs. Suicide Squad #2 review

Battleground Badhnisia! Last week, the League and the Squad clashed on the shores of this small island nation, while Maxwell Lord and his band of sinister escapees did some evil plotting somewhere…

Teen Titans #3 review

The Teen Titans are on the run! After a rough battle in the Birdcave, the team has flown the coop. Robin hopes to regroup and make a better showing next time, but…

Super Powers #2 review

“Fun” can be a dirty word these days.  With a greater push for “grittier, grounded” stories and more “realistic” depictions of dudes who can fly and the living alien computers that seek…

Upcoming Comics: December 28, 2016

I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas, and that my Jewish friends are having a happy Hanukah! As with Thanksgiving, this was the first Christmas I spent with my family in ten…