Midnighter #10 review

So I’m reading Midnighter this morning, and I have the local news on the TV for background noise. While I’m reading, they start covering politics and discuss Donald Trump and some of…

Batgirl #49 review

Okay folks! Now we’re cooking with gas. It’s unfortunate that Barbara Gordon needs to be unconscious on a table in order to be interesting in her own comic book (let alone an…

Batman and Robin Eternal #22 review

Going into this issue, I expected a lot since Genevieve Valentine was back in the writer’s seat.  Her previous contributions to the Eternal story, Batman&Robin Eternal #7+8, were hands down my favorite…

Injustice: Year Five #5 review

Bizarro and the Rogues finally come to the forefront in this floppy copy of Digital Firsts No. 9 “Objects in Mirror…” & No. 10 “The Curious Case of Bizarro Superman”. These are…

Teen Titans Go! Digital Issue #29 review

I used to hate puns.  In my book, they were one of the lowest forms of comedy, lacking the elegance of a literary reference or the simple poetry of a well-timed fart…

Batman ’66 Meets the Man From U.N.C.L.E. #4 review

Last time, on Batman ’66 Meets the Man From U.N.C.L.E., the Dynamic Duo and Batgirl teamed up with those secret agents from U.N.C.L.E. to bring down T.H.R.U.S.H.  With several of the Arkham Institute’s worst…