Detective Comics #956 review

Shiva versus The BatFamily!  It’s come down to this.  A final stand, with the victor deciding the fate of Gotham.  Let’s get to it… Instead of speaking vaguely about the content of…

Detective Comics #955 review

Shiva has been systematically capturing the entire BatFamily.  Now, she has a thermonuclear device set to detonate on a major fault-line running underneath Gotham. With only Cassandra remaining to foil this dastardly…

Detective Comics #954 review

Batman and Ra’s having a conversation in the Batcave.  Right behind shirtless sword fighting, I think this is one of the most quintessential things that comes to mind when I picture these…

Detective Comics #953 review

Batman’s army has been bested by Shiva, and one of his strongest soldiers struggles with the revelation of her connection to the deadly lady. How can Team Bats take down so mighty…

Detective Comics, Vol. 7: Anarky review

Other than an appearance in a Green Lantern Corps tie-in to Batman’s Zero Year, the sometimes-villainous, sometimes-something-else Anarky was absent from DC’s New 52 relaunch. For their second arc on Detective Comics, Brian…

Detective Comics #952 review

James Tynion IV started off his run on Detective Comics with “Rise of the Batmen”/The Colony storyline and followed that up with “The Victim Syndicate” arc.  Both of those were fairly original…

Detective Comics vol. 6: Icarus review

A new creative team means a new direction for Detective Comics.  With the exit of John Layman and Jason Fabok, Francis Manapul and Brian Buccellato jump on board as the new all-star…

Detective Comics Vol. 5: Gothtopia review

When Gotham City is a crime-free utopia… you know something’s wrong.  Batman, wearing white and operating in the daylight?  That just isn’t right.  What’s going on?  And why on earth is Catwoman…