Red Hood and the Outlaws #30 review

Red Hood and the Outlaws has always been a fringe title with implications that frequently have nothing to do with Bruce Wayne or any member of the Bat-family and their crusade for…

Red Hood and the Outlaws #29 review

Following last month’s one-shot, Red Hood and the Outlaws jumps into its next arc with “The Big Picture, Part One.”  Along with introducing a new story, this issue features a new cast…

Earth 2 #4 review

Another issue, another set of heroes introduced.  This seems to be a theme of Earth 2 and I’m certainly not complaining.  The only problem I can see coming from this would be…

Earth 2 #3 review

Last issue we saw the birth of Earth 2’s Flash when Jay Garrick was imbued with the power of super-speed.  Alan Scott and his boyfriend Sam were also caught in a massive…

Suicide Squad #30 review

Suicide Squad #30: “Walled In” by Sean Ryan and Andre Coelho After some ups and (mostly) downs, Suicide Squad releases it’s final issue before rebooting with the New Suicide Squad in July….

Batman and Ra’s al Ghul #32 review

Batman’s been bouncing around the world looking for his son’s body that was stolen by Ra’s al Ghul. He and Frankenstein have found themselves at what was once Nanda Parbat near another…

Earth 2 #2 review

With the deaths of The Trinity of Wonders in the Apokolips War, the Earth has gone five years without heroes.  Since then, the world has been slowly recovering, using the memories of…