Detective Comics #50 review

I’m just going to cut right to the chase.  Was this issue good?  Yes.  Was it as good as the first two parts?  Absolutely not!  Now join me for the breakdowns. This…

Batman and Robin Eternal #23 review

Talking, talking, talking, and more talking.  This entire issue is essentially the set-up for the finale.  It does a perfectly adequate job of informing us of who the players are, what is…

New Suicide Squad #18 review

  After delivering an impressive debut, Tim Seeley and Juan Ferreyra take another stab at New Suicide Squad, and once again, they don’t disappoint! This creative team is the best to cover…

Batman/Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles #4 review

I love great character moments in comics.  Huge action scenes and well-staged fights are great when executed properly, but something that makes you feel for the characters you’re reading about?  Things that…

Earth 2: Society #10 review

Cat’s TidBits: A couple of wars going on, but the real issue here is the betrayal of a few known allies that are now coming to light. We have the ‘wonders’ trying to…

General Mills Batman v Superman #1

Coo-coo for comic books Not content with merely making the World’s Finest cereal, General Mills has teamed up with DC to put collectible Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice comics in some of…

General Mills Batman v Superman #2

Coo-coo for comic books Not content with merely making the World’s Finest cereal, General Mills has teamed up with DC to put collectible Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice comics in some of…

General Mills Batman v Superman #3

Coo-coo for comic books Not content with merely making the World’s Finest cereal, General Mills has teamed up with DC to put collectible Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice comics in some of…

General Mills Batman v Superman #4

Coo-coo for comic books Not content with merely making the World’s Finest cereal, General Mills has teamed up with DC to put collectible Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice comics in some of…