Saying good-bye to “Gotham Academy”

Gotham Academy is the little series that could. The story of Olive Silverlock, Mia “Maps” Mizoguchi, and the other members of the titular academy’s “Detective Club” has been Gotham’s shining light ever since…

Gotham Academy Annual #1 review

I love Gotham Academy.  From the beginning, it’s been a refreshing look at a part of the DC Universe that’s never received much attention, telling a coming-of-age story that is largely bereft…

Gotham Academy #18 review

We’ve reached the final chapter of the Yearbook story arc, which is also the final issue of Gotham Academy.  While the book is being picked up again in 4 months, consequently meaning…

Gotham Academy #17 review

As the Yearbook story arc unfolds, each consecutive issue gets better than the last.  While I wasn’t a fan of the first two parts, the last one definitely had us back on…

Gotham Academy #16 review

This month’s issue of Gotham Academy is leaps and bounds better than the first two installments of the Yearbook story arc.  The first positive in its favor is the extremely Maps-centric nature…

Gotham Academy #15 review

Here we are with Part Two of the Yearbook arc…and it’s only remotely better than Part One.  For those of you who have not read any of my previous reviews for this…

Gotham Academy #14 review

This issue marks the first chapter in the Yearbook storyline, and to be honest, it’s quite disappointing.  With a majority of the stories lasting no longer than 4 pages, you aren’t really…

Gotham Academy #13 review

Zombies, “Robins”, and some teenage tension between Maps and Olive…..oh the horror! Gotham Academy #13 is a tie-in for the currently running “Robin War” storyline.  It follows the exploits of Riko Sheridan,…

Gotham Academy #12 review

As issues of Gotham Academy go, this was somewhat underwhelming.  Don’t get me wrong, it’s still wildly entertaining and engaging, but I’ve put Gotham Academy on a pedestal that this issue just…