Batman Beyond Universe #7 review

The latest issue of Batman Beyond Universe features stories from two different Digital First series midway through their respective storylines. Batman Beyond 2.0 offers a deeply personal story that expands on what…

Batman ’66 #8 review

Issue #8 features two villains whose popularity didin’t quite survive beyond the 1966 William Dozier TV series, but they were still quite memorable foils for the Dynamic Duo (at least in my…

Batman: Li’l Gotham, Vol. 1 review

Batman: Li’l Gotham started out as a year-long Digital First series that would have one chapter a month devoted to whatever holiday was on the horizon. It featured vibrant water-colors, comedy that…

New 52 – Justice League #28 review

The cover shows The Metal Men and that’s precisely what you get when you open up Justice League #28. Yes, Cyborg shows up briefly to ask “Who are the Metal Men?” and…