The Batman Adventures, Vol. 1 review

Written by Kelley Puckett Illustrated by Ty Templeton Inked by Rick Burchett Colored by Rick Taylor Lettered by Tim Harkins Unless otherwise noted, this was the creative team for each story in…

Grayson, Vol. 1: Agents of Spyral review

With his fate and future uncertain at the outset of Forever Evil, the decision to make Dick an agent of the clandestine organization Spyral was controversial, to say the least.  Now, shedding…

Batman: Earth One, Vol. 2 review

Geoff Johns and artist Gary Frank return to Earth One Gotham City to continue in their tale of Batman’s reimagined origin. With a focus more on the man behind the mask, we…

JLA, Vol. 2: Survivors of Evil review

At the conclusion of Trinity War, nearly all of Earth’s heroes vanished. The Crime Syndicate, an evil reflection of the Justice League, conquered our world and freed every sinister villain in the…

Justice League, Vol. 5: Forever Heroes review

Justice League, Vol. 5: Forever Heroes? A more appropriate name would have been “Forever Evil: The Supplemental Material.” Volume 5 doesn’t really feature the Justice League at all. These chapters fall smack-dab…

Forever Evil hardcover review

When the Justice League is dead, villains must become our heroes. In Forever Evil, the League’s evil mirror image from another dimensions conquers Earth and only Lex Luthor can save the day….

Batman: Dark Knight, Dark City TPB review

Long overdue, Batman: Dark Knight, Dark City has finally been collected in its first ever trade paperback. If you’ve never read it before, get ready for perhaps the best supernatural Batman story…