Justice League Beyond: In Gods We Trust review

ALERT: This comes with Superman Beyond too! While there was originally a Justice League Beyond, Vol. 1 and a Superman Beyond, Vol. 1¬†sold separately, their second volumes have been lumped together in this collection that only bears the…

Batman Beyond: Batgirl Beyond review

“Batman Beyond: Batgirl Beyond” has the sound of an original graphic novel about an entirely new element of the Beyond Universe– and perhaps that’s what was intended– but it’s actually the 2nd volume of Batman Beyond Unlimited and…

Bruce Wayne — Murderer? NEW EDITION review

Let me set the stage– It wasn’t that long ago that every bat-title was swept up in the Bruce Wayne frame-up, but those who are only familiar with a New 52 Batman will recognize very little about the…

Batman ’66, Vol. 1 review

I’ve been doing this for 2 and a half years now. Every Wednesday I read several Batman comics (it can be anywhere from 2-6) and write an article about each of them, plus there’s the occasional graphic novel…

Justice League, Vol. 4: The Grid review

The current wave of Justice League graphic novels are a bit muddled because their issues intermingled during a crossover event called Trinity War and as a result JLA Volume 1, Justice League Dark Volume 4, and this book…

Justice League: Trinity War review

It was an event that had been in the making since the very launch of the New 52. In September 2011, every #1 debut issue of DC’s relaunch featured a Where’s Waldo-esque appearance by a cloaked woman who…

Batman Unwrapped: Andy Kubert DELUXE EDITION review

No fan of Andy Kubert’s Batman will want to miss this showcase of the artist’s best work from the past decade presented in the prestige “Deluxe Edition” format. Every issue has been reprinted in its original pencils without…

Batman: Li’l Gotham, Vol. 1 review

Batman: Li’l Gotham started out as a year-long Digital First series that would have one chapter a month devoted to whatever holiday was on the horizon. It featured vibrant water-colors, comedy that appealed to all ages, references to…

Batman: The TV Stories review

Ka-Pow! Zap! Bang! This trade paperback collects Silver Age comics that inspired episodes of the high camp TV series of the swinging sixties including issues featuring such important moments in Bat-history as the first appearance of The Riddler,…