DC Comics Presents: Harley Quinn #1 review

This 100-page spectacular serves as a Harley Quinn greatest hits collection, but unfortunately doesn’t feature the one story everyone wants to see most: Mad Love. I’ll give you a rundown of all the stories compiled behind Alex Ross’…

Batman: The Dark Knight, Vol. 3: Mad review

“Mad” is bloody. How bloody? Well, the cover you see was originally part of a gate-fold, which when extended revealed the second half of a larger image: Mad Hatter riding his own private gondola afloat a river of…

Batman: The Joker’s Daughter #1 review

Take Harley Quinn, remove everything funny about her and then add in aspects of The Lord of the Rings’ Gollum and Dracula’s Renfield and you have The Joker’s Daughter. I tried my hardest to avoid this character, mostly…

Batwing, Vol. 3: Enemy of the State review

In the 2nd volume, DC’s failed attempt at creating their own version of Marvel’s Black Panther grew all the more desperate in his attempt to connect with readers. Major storylines were cast aside in exchange for trips to…

Detective Comics, Vol. 3: Emperor Penguin review

Emperor Penguin is the first Detective Comics volume out of the New 52 that’s actually worth picking up. John Layman, Jason Fabok, and Andy Clarke taking the reins from the series’ previous creator made for a vast improvement….

Nightwing, Vol. 3: Death of the Family review

Like most of the Bat-titles, Nightwing was swept up in Snyder & Capullo’s Death of the Family, but unlike many of those other tie-ins, Nightwing fared rather well. Volume 3 of the New 52 series features some of…