Harley Quinn #20 review

I confess I’ve been kind of dreading this cage-match time-travel storyline since it was telegraphed months ago, but as always Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti manage to sell a premise that’s completely…

Injustice 2 #2 review

If you can never get enough of Batman against Batman (or even faux-Batman), welcome to Injustice’s latest grudge-match between the caped crusader and that evil guy pretending to be him–yeah, you know…

The Flash #22 review

Sigh… Four weeks ago when I was writing my review for Batman #21, which was the first part of “The Button”, I said this: “After waiting so long, it’s somewhat disappointing to…

Batman #23 review

This comic is a hoot and a half!  I didn’t really know what to expect going into this story, but I was quite pleasantly surprised with the outcome. The first thing that…

Super Sons #4 review

This is a testament to how great this book is: even with a chapter that doesn’t reach the highs of its predecessors, I still had more fun reading it than just about…

Batwoman #3 review

Coryana is an island full of mysteries and Marguerite Bennett and James Tynion IV tease out bits and pieces of the puzzle as this exotic thriller continues to play out. In this…

Trinity #9 review

A crisis on the Watchtower! Still trying to put together the pieces of their adventures with the White Mercy, Batman, Wonder Woman, and Superman have no choice but to put a pin…

Teen Titans #8 review

Deathstroke has captured the Wallys West! Determined to harness the power of the speed force to save his long-dead son, Slade tries to use the speedsters to go back in time and…

Nightwing #21 review

It’s boy’s night in Blüdhaven as Dick Grayson and Wally West take a night off and bro down.  Given the difficulties the two have been through in their respective personal lives, what…

Justice League #21 review

Jessica Cruz is dead! Or, she will be if Barry and Batsy can’t figure out a way to save everything. Will the Flash and the Batman succeed? Will it matter? Hard to…