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…

Batman: Harley and Ivy review

Batman: The Animated Series accomplished many things.  Aside from spinning off several other series to create what is now known as the DC Animated Universe and serving as the introduction to Batman…

Teen Titans, Vol. 4: Light and Dark

The fourth volume of Scott Lobdell’s New 52 run on Teen Titans is right in character with the volumes that precede it. Whether or not you consider that a good thing will (obviously) depend…

Grayson Vol. 2: We All Die at Dawn review

Dick Grayson returns for the second half of his first “season” as an agent of Spyral.  In We All Die at Dawn, Dick’s exploits with his eclectic supporting cast are further detailed as Spyral…

Batman/Superman, Vol. 2: Game Over review

Less ongoing saga, more “Legends of the World’s Finest”, Batman/Superman Volume 2 collects three (largely) self-contained stories. Grek Pak, Paul Levitz, and a host of artists team up across nine issues from Batman/Superman and World’s Finest…

World’s Funnest review

One is an extra-dimensional imp who causes no end of trouble for the Man of Steel. The other is an extra-dimensional imp who simply wants to prove he’s the universe’s biggest fan…