Batman #25 review

  The “War of Jokes and Riddles” kicks off, and while it’s entertaining and good in many ways, I ultimately find myself asking many questions.   Before I say anything about the…

Nightwing #23 review

Oh Dick, don’t you know better than to make a deal with the devil? I suppose not, because if he did this would be one short story arc.  “Blockbuster” continues this week…

Justice League #23 review

The Justice League tussles with its most fearsome foe yet—distasteful ideology! When a technologically enhanced caricature tries to swat a Nomalian city with ties to terrorism, Batman, Wonder Woman and Lantern Cruz…

Superman #25 review

Superboy is under the control of Manchester Black! With the mastermind (and master plan) revealed, Superman and friends must stop Black and restore Jon’s will before things escalate further. But can they?…

Batwoman #4 review

“Blackstar” concludes the Many Arms of Death storyline, but only in a manner of speaking.  Marguerite Bennett and James Tynion IV have left a number of critical plot elements hanging, no doubt…

All-Star Batman #11 review

Let’s talk about Alfred referring to Bruce as his “son.”  Fitting, as it’s literally the very first line of dialogue here.  I’ve seen a lot of complaints about it, saying that it’s…

Trinity #10 review

Cyborg is dying! The mysterious outbreak on the Watchtower has left Victor in critical condition, and as Batman and the Flash race to save him, Superman and Wonder Woman try to make…

Super Sons #5 review

Imagine this: you’re the son of Batman, gifted with the opportunity to be his crime-fighting partner Robin.  You’re smart, cunning, and resourceful, and you have access to some of the coolest gadgets…

Harley Quinn #22 review

Harley Sinn started out life in the pages of Harley Quinn as a nasty also-ran in Harley’s Gang of Harleys who was too violent and too unhinged for that kooky squad. If…

Injustice 2 #4 review

Injustice 2: come to see the reveal of Ra’s al Ghul, stay for some heart-tugging reminiscences of his petulant little grandson. Tom Taylor knows how to write emotional family dynamics and there’s…