Superman #21 review

What a week.  With Superman #21 here, we effectively get two Super Sons issues in one day.  What a wonderful world it can be. Before jumping into the issue proper, I just…

Batwoman #2 review

Marguerite Bennett and James Tynion IV continue to build intrigue in this relaunch of Kate Kane’s story and it looks like we’re in for a slow burn. The title of this week’s…

Harley Quinn #18 review

Harley Quinn delivers another straight-up blast of adrenalin in this week’s “Abduction Reduction”.  Come for the cannibalism, stay for Paul Dini’s dessert. Yes, we have another two for the price of one…

Injustice: Ground Zero #10 review

If Injustice: Ground Zero was a drinking game in which we all took a shot every time someone on team Harley or team Joker flipped allegiances, we’d all be under the table…

Batman #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 that…

Trinity #8 review

Realities collide! In the aftermath of the universe-fusing events of Superman: Reborn, Clark lets Bruce and Diana in on the battle for truth that has been raging in his psyche. But are these…

Nightwing #19 review

Does Dick Grayson work best when he’s in the desert?  What could possibly prompt such a bizarre question? Stay with me here: in the past few years, two of the best issues…

Super Sons #3 review

Last month, I said this might be my favorite book on my slate right now.  Yeah, I think I can eliminate the “might be;” Super Sons is great, and I look forward…

All-Star Batman #9 review

And so Batman has encountered the ends of the earth.  Not the locations, though; the actual events that would lead to the world’s end. A world that ends in disaster. A world…

Justice League #19 review

Molly is evil! The most well-disguised shady watch salesman in the history of forever has shown her true colors (Spray-On Gold #7), and the Justice League faces perhaps their greatest challenge yet:…