JLA, Vol. 2: Survivors of Evil review

At the conclusion of Trinity War, nearly all of Earth’s heroes vanished. The Crime Syndicate, an evil reflection of the Justice League, conquered our world and freed every sinister villain in the…

Justice League, Vol. 5: Forever Heroes review

Justice League, Vol. 5: Forever Heroes? A more appropriate name would have been “Forever Evil: The Supplemental Material.” Volume 5 doesn’t really feature the Justice League at all. These chapters fall smack-dab…

Forever Evil hardcover review

When the Justice League is dead, villains must become our heroes. In Forever Evil, the League’s evil mirror image from another dimensions conquers Earth and only Lex Luthor can save the day….

Suicide Squad #30 review

Suicide Squad #30: “Walled In” by Sean Ryan and Andre Coelho After some ups and (mostly) downs, Suicide Squad releases it’s final issue before rebooting with the New Suicide Squad in July….

Forever Evil #7 review

Yes, you read that right. Forever Evil finally came to a close today after suffering numerous delays that made it a pretty miserable reading experience for folks who frequent the local comic…

New 52 – Justice League #29 review

The delay certainly hurt momentum, but Justice League #29 is a great issue for Cyborg and The Metal Men. Personally, I would love to see a “Cyborg & The Metal Men” comic…

Forever Evil: Arkham War #6 review

Awwwww snap! We got the coat, son! The Dark Knight Rises coat is cannon! SHOW SPOILER ▼ And that’s pretty much the only new and positive observation I have to make about…

Forever Evil #6 review

I came into chapter 6 skeptical after all the delays and the slow build-up of the first few issues, but I must say that all of the setup from Forever Evil and…

Forever Evil: Arkham War #5 review

It’s the Night of Owls crossover event meets David Finch’s “Knight Terrors” from Batman: The Dark Knight and if you’ve seen both of those then you can probably stop reading the review…