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 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…

Detective Comics vol. 4: The Wrath review

A celebration of a landmark issue. The rise of a dark doppelgänger. A whole lot of Man-Bat. All of these things and more are found in The Wrath, the fourth graphic novel…

Batgirl/ Robin: Year One review

There are few books that bring me as much joy as Batgirl/ Robin: Year One. Originally two separate trades, they’ve been joined together to make one magnificent book! When the opportunity came for me…

Azrael Vol. 1: Fallen Angel review

Since his debut in 1939, Batman has struck fear in the hearts of criminals.  During the over seventy-five years of the character’s history, by and large the man behind the mask has…

DC Super Hero Girls: Hits and Myths review

Wonder Woman, Batgirl, Supergirl, and the rest of the Super Hero High crew are back in Hits and Myths, the second original graphic novel in the DC Super Hero Girls line.  With…

Batman, Vol. 10: Epilogue

This is it—the final volume of Batman from The New 52. Its heights were higher than its depths were low, and there were stories that will be talked about for years to come….