Batman: Jekyll & Hyde review

With every day, and from both sides of my intelligence, the moral and the intellectual, I thus drew steadily nearer to that truth, by whose partial discovery I have been doomed to such a dreadful…

Batman in the Seventies review

To a modern fan, Batman in the Seventies might seem unappealing. If you’ve been weaned on the New 52 approach to the Dark Knight, this book will likely seem almost as foreign as the famous Batman television show…

Batman: Venom review

Some of the best Batman stories I’ve read deal with Bruce Wayne’s response to failure. Whether it’s the loss of a Robin, the loss of mobility, or the loss of a Robin,…

Batman/Superman/Wonder Woman: Trinity review

Batman, Superman, and Wonder Woman are the Big Three at DC Comics, if not for comics in general.  When Superman first appeared in Action Comics #1 back in 1938, an entirely new genre was…

The Batman Adventures, Vol. 3 review

The Batman Adventures, Vol. 3 Written by Kelley Puckett Illustrated by Mike Parobeck Inked by Rick Burchett Colored by Rick Taylor Lettered by Starkings/Comicraft We can all agree that this series is…

Batman: The Doom That Came to Gotham review

Batman: The Doom That Came to Gotham Written by Mike Mignola and Richard Pace Illustrated by Troy Nixey Inked by Dennis Janke Colored by Dave Stewart Lettered by Dave Oakley What would…

Suicide Squad: The Nightshade Odyssey review

Suicide Squad Vol. 2: The Nightshade Odyssey Written by John Ostrander Illustrated by Luke McDonnell Colored by Julianna Ferriter Inked by Bob Lewis Lettered by Todd Klein Task Force X, or the…

The Batman Adventures, Vol. 2 review

The Batman Adventures, Vol. 2 Written by Kelley Puckett Illustrated by Mike Parobeck Inked by Rick Burchett Colored by Rick Taylor Lettered by Tim Harkins Batman: The Animated Series was one of…

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…