Batman/Superman Vol. 4: Siege review

Who is Superman’s Joker? Who would target those closest to him just to cause him pain? Batman/Superman Vol. 4 explores one possible answer to these questions, as the World’s Finest face a deadly threat…

Batman: Ego and Other Tails review

When Darwyn Cooke passed away at the all-too-young age of 53 back in May, he left behind a legacy of great stories and even greater artwork.  In the wake of his passing,…

Superman: Emperor Joker review

Think about all of the comics you’ve read, and all of the knowledge you’ve acquired over the days, weeks, months, years, or decades you’ve been a fan.  Think about the characters, events,…

Batman/Superman, Vol. 3: Second Chance review

Like its immediate predecessor, Batman/Superman Volume 3 is a collection of several self-contained stories. One serves as a New 52 origin story for The Atom (or at least for when Ray Palmer started calling…

Batman: Arkham: Killer Croc review

Who is Killer Croc? What motivates him? Is he just a primal beast, or is there more to one of Batman’s strongest, most brutal foes than meets the eye? With Rebirth recently begun…

DC Comics/Dark Horse: Aliens review

What happens when an unstoppable force meets an immovable object? This is the essential question at the heart of DC Comics/Dark Horse: Aliens, a universe-melding collection of crossovers that bring everyone’s favorite family…

The Batman Adventures, Vol. 4 review

The final volume of the original The Batman Adventures series is here, collecting the final run of issues and a few one-shots and annual’s for good measure.  Like previous installments, it’s a…

Dark Night: A True Batman Story review

If you’re a Batman fan, chances are good that you’re also a Paul Dini fan. Batman: The Animated Series, Detective Comics, Rocksteady’s Arkham franchise—even Harley Quinn herself—all are properties where Dini has left…