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 once Forever Evil is finally over…

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: Arkham War #6. Goodnight, everybody!…

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 Justice League (if you didn’t read…

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 right there because that pretty much…

Forever Evil #5 review

Most of Forever Evil so far has been about Lex Luthor gradually assembling his very own Injustice Gang and in issue #4 we finally saw them come together and just about do something when suddenly we were met…

New 52 – Justice League #27 review

The latest issue of Justice League by Geoff Johns and a team of four artists is an oddly paced one that will be more rewarding for those who are well-versed in DC’s less popular heroes. The comic begins…

New 52 – Justice League of America #11 review

Although solicitations made Martian Manhunter and Stargirl’s confrontation with the lunatics of Gotham City sound like the main attraction, issue #11 only spends about 8 exciting pages in Batman’s hometown before moving on to a road trip that…

Forever Evil: Arkham War #4 review

Right from the first page, that’s when I knew. When I saw Bane dressed in a cape and cowl screaming at a Talon to “Wake the hell up!” I knew Arkham War wasn’t going to be what I…

Forever Evil #4 review

Ignore the cover. This isn’t about an explosive confrontation between Luthor and Batman, it’s something much more. After one chapter showing us the cataclysm and two chapters detailing who the players are, Chapter 4 “Hide and Seek” sets…

New 52 – Justice League #26 review

Issue #26 isn’t just the backstory for Power Ring as many anticipated, it’s a showcase of origin tales for Grid, Johnny Quick, Deathstorm, and other members of the Crime Syndicate as well and I think that gives you…