Batman/Superman #32 review

What happens when the Trinity heads to China to track down a solar flare with an identity crisis? What does a Chinese Justice League look like? These questions (and more!) are answered…

New Suicide Squad #20 review

We’re treated to another issue of Seeley & Ferreyra’s New Suicide Squad, and all I can find myself thinking is, “Are we sure there’s not a way these two can continue this…

The Flash #51 review

Just a couple of caveats before we get into the particulars of this book: I can’t tell you the last time I read a Flash comic. I don’t want to say “never”…

Detective Comics #52 review

Here we are at the final issue of Detective Comics’ run for the New52…but it doesn’t feel like a final issue.  This story has no time for reflection or introspection.  Jim doesn’t…

Midnighter #12 review

We have reached the end… Midnighter’s run comes to a close with this issue, and it genuinely makes me sad. When this title was announced, my knowledge of Midnighter was strictly compiled…

Injustice: Year Five #9 review

Every week Brian Buccellato has brought his A-game to Year Five of the Injustice series, and every two weeks we get a floppy issue of the Digital First content to have and…