Grayson #2 review

Grayson #2 comes at you like a whirlwind —things are spyraling out of control. Issue #1 started fairly strong and I liked what I read, so I went into this issue with some…

Batman Eternal #18 review

Now this is how you write a comic book!  Full of action, humor, and thought provoking dialogue.  This isn’t the finale of an arc;  it is not a particularly important issue in…

Detective Comics #34 review

Wow…what just happened?  This story just did a 180 – or at least a 160.  This arc started with noir detective work, in a grimmy city filled with murder, drugs, and backstabbing. …

Batman ’66 Meets the Green Hornet #3 review

Batman ’66 Meets the Green Hornet: “An Unlikely Pair” Written by Kevin Smith and Ralph Garman Illustrated by Ty Templeton Colors by Tony Aviña Letters by Wes Abbott Cover by Alex Ross…

Upcoming Comics: August 6th, 2014

So… my extreme randomness has kicked in again. If you remember the last time this occurred, it was during World Cup, and I was wondering about a Bat family soccer team. Well,…

Exclusive Preview: Batwing #34

While Luke Fox will return for a one-shot issue during September’s special Futures End month (complete with 3D motion cover), this Wednesday’s Batwing #34 will be the last installment of the Batwing series…

Detective Comics Annual #3 review

Brian Buccellato’s work on Detective Comics is such a breath of fresh air.  Not only has he revitalized the idea of including actual detective work in the stories but he also shies…

Futures End #13 review

This issue of Futures End features snatching, brooding, snooping, beating, excluding, and trapping. There are a few actual things that take place this issue that you will enjoy but there’s more that you won’t…

Justice League #32 review

The solicitations lead you to believe, among other things, that more will happen between Bruce and Lex this issue. The great cover by Ivan Reis is terrific imagery for the Lex/Bruce situation…