Gotham Academy #5 review

Gotham Academy #5 “Save the Last Dance” Written by Becky Cloonan and Brenden Fletcher Art by Karl Kerschl Colors by Msassyk and Serge LaPointe No, your eyes are not deceiving you. I…

Batman Eternal #47 review

You know when you’re driving in a 55mph speed limit zone but everyone around you insists on going 45.  That’s how I’ve felt for the last 2 months in regards to the…

Earth 2: World’s End #21 review

The destruction of Earth 2 is at hand, and all the Wonders are fighting back against the forces of Apokolips in a last-ditch effort to save the few human beings who remain,…

Secret Origins #10 review

Featuring Origin Stories for Batgirl, Firestorm, and Poison Ivy Sandwiched between the Batgirl and Poison Ivy stories in this 10th issue of Secret Origins is an origin for Firestorm from the team…

Gotham by Midnight #4 review

You thought you were just going to get another installment of “how the gang got together” highlighting Dr. Tarr, didn’t you? Ray Fawkes and Ben Templesmith pull a fast one and overturn…

Catwoman #39 review

Catwoman #39 “Better Than He Does Himself” Written by Genevieve Valentine Art by Garry Brown Colors by Lee Loughridge Before I get into this review, I want to call attention to this…

Batman ’66 #20 review

Batman ’66 #20: “A Stand Up Guy” Written by Rob Williams Illustrated by Rubén Procopio Colors by Jordie Bellaire Letters by Wes Abbott What a weird issue… All the pieces are in…

Deathstroke #5 review

“Battle Royale” is sixteen adrenaline-fueled pages of Batman vs. Deathstroke and four pages of Deathstroke’s son and daughter encountering that goon named Possum from earlier in the series. But you’re not here…

Arkham Manor #5 review

Last issue promised us the showdown between the Arkham Manor murderer and the Dark Knight Detective and that’s the bulk of what we get here: Batman swooping in to put an end…