Robin Rises: Alpha #1 review

It’s funny, isn’t it? Robin Rises: Omega was the start of this arc and the word “omega” refers to the end. Here, we have Robin Rises: Alpha which refers to “the beginning” which is actually the…

Teen Titans #5 review

“As a deadly new drug hits the streets of New York City, the Titans take on a new team member!” So reads DC’s solicitations for this issue. These are the types of…

Futures End #33 review

We’ve talked about a variety of issues that plague this series. From convoluted story lines to snail-like pacing, what could have been a tighter, more exciting story is, in my opinion, a jumbled…

Secret Origins #8 review

Secret Origins #8 So I’m filling in for Elena on Secret Origins this month, and I couldn’t be more excited, because it gives me the opportunity to write about Dick Grayson AND…

Catwoman Annual #2 review

Catwoman Annual #2 “Shozen” Written by Genevieve Valentine Art by Pat Olliffe and Tom Nguyen with John McCrea Once again, Valentine delivers another well written, well planned story. I’ve been incredibly pleased…

Batman Annual #3 review

Now this is how you write a Batman Annual!  While the cover indicates that this is a EndGame tie in, the truth of the matter is, it is really just an awesome,…

Gotham by Midnight #2 review

“We Will Not Rest” picks right up from where issue no. 1 left us–in the grip of a hideous beast-nun who’s got a schoolroom full of “infected” children. We still don’t know…

Batman Eternal #38 review

Killer Croc vs Bane, Batman cake-walks through the escaped inmates, and Scarecrow gives his professional evaluation of the ensemble.  What’s not to like?  Well, the art to start with, but we will…

Harley Quinn #13 review

This has been an absurd three-parter, but there’s no denying the appeal of Harley teaming up with Power Girl to take on the Sportsmaster and the Clock King in this final installment…