Dark Nights: Metal #1 review

If you’re just here for the review portion of this article, it starts about half way down. I’m going to preface this review with some of my personal preferences in regards to…

Batwoman #6 review

Too soon this book seems to be entering a sophomore slump. With its first arc behind, it’s already committing artist-of-the-month inconsistency and taking story plunges that seem too radical (at least, certainly,…

Nightwing #27 review

“Nightwing and the Huntress in…” When I saw that, I giggled.   Not even joking.  It’s fun little touches like that that show the writers and artists are having just as much…

Trinity #12 review

Justice League Dark reunion! After getting attacked by some disturbing, disturbingly-familiar faces, Superwonderbats reaches out to John Constantine, Zatanna, and Deadman for help. But even with their combined magical prowess, the “Mystic…

Batman #29 review

You are cordially invited to attend a dinner at Wayne Manor on the evening of the 16th with the explicit purpose of bringing a resolution to the ongoing war. Rest assured that…

Marguerite Bennett Interview SDCC 2017

Yes, it already feels as though San Diego Comic-Con was months ago, but we’re still serving up some SDCC goodness! During SDCC, I had the privilege of speaking with Batwoman and Bombshells writer, Marguerite Bennett! Below…

Super Sons #7 review

Despite their best efforts, the Teen Titans are in a state of disarray.  After suffering a loss at the hands of the appropriately-named Forgotten Villains, the team has retreated to regroup and…

Justice League #27 review

Young Justice! Sort of! After evading Sovereign and journeying through time to find their parents, the Kids in the Hall (of Justice) set about convincing the League of their authenticity. But not…