Suicide Squad #1 review

Prior to Suicide Squad’s Rebirth, DC announced that each issue would contain a main story that would take up roughly 12 pages of the issue, followed by a back-up story to finish…

Superman #5 review

I’m going to warn you right up front: there be spoilers here. To discuss the sheer awesomeness of Superman #5 requires revealing things that many of you may wish to discover for yourselves…

Justice League #3 review

As the mysterious Kindred begin to take shape, the League struggles to contain the threat from space. Even with the help of a Superman that they do not yet trust, our heroes…

Batman #5 review

I’ll say it right up front: This is the first issue of King’s Batman run that I found lacking.  There is still plenty of great stuff in here, but I have to…

Nightwing #3 review

Remember in The Princess Bride* when the grandson asks if his grandfather’s story has any sports in it? “Are you kidding?!” the Grandpa replies.  “Fencing, fighting, torture, revenge, giants, monsters, chases, escapes,…

Harley Quinn #2 review

Sometimes in the past I have criticized a book for not having enough plot, for just being a series of scenes that doesn’t always move things forward in a satisfying way.  And…