Black Canary #11 review

Behold: a really good issue of Black Canary! If you’ve been reading my reviews, you may think that I love to hate this book, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. It…

Justice League #49 review

Sound the alarms! Ring the bells! I’ve broken my rule for a second time, and I’ve given a book a perfect score! (In case you’re wondering, the previous instance was The Multiversity:…

Batgirl #51 review

This month’s issue features a sad Babs on the cover with her costume in the trash bin in perhaps what feels like an appropriate commentary on the whole redirection of this comic,…

Batman #51 review

This comic was an absolute joy!  As the story unfolds, we are treated to dozens of callbacks to Snyder’s previous work on the Batman title over the last 4 and a half…

Grayson #19 review

Look, I know how great Tom King and Tim Seeley are.  They took a high concept idea that probably shouldn’t have worked and turned it into one of the best new comics…

Harley Quinn #27 review

If you haven’t been reading Harley Quinn for some staggeringly inconceivable reason, this issue might be the one to make you a regular reader. Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti pull off some…