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,…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…