Batman and Robin #37 review

This issue is part five of Robin Rises, a major story arc that’s been spoiled so much and so heavily by its very own publisher that much of the curious wind filling its sails (ironically,…

Batman and Robin #36 review

Part four of the Robin Rises saga is sure to delight many readers. Whereas other titles take a more subtle approach to Batman, this one is letting Bruce off the leash –with rabies….

Batman and Robin #35 review

One thing that can be said about Tomasi’s knack for storytelling is that each issue takes a distinctive, if small, step forward in the story. I can see the yellow steno pages…

Batman and Robin: Futures End #1 review

Ray Fawkes makes a good effort to make the reader feel as if they are still reading a Batman and Robin title even though it’s Futures End month. Unlike other events where it’s a crapshoot as…

Batman and Robin #34 review

I can’t help but think of Batman: The Animated Series when I see that Gleason cover. Next month we’ll be treated to another Bruce Timm-inspired cover as well. In fact, this series as a…

Batman and Robin #33 review

I’m going to go ahead an spoil it for you: this is an excellent issue. Go ahead, quit reading this review and pick up a copy right now. I hope you all…

Robin Rises: Omega #1 review

I’m constantly having new “epiphanies” about comic books, which is to say, my opinion about what makes a good comic book changes all the time. One day it’s the action that gets…

Batman and Ra’s al Ghul #32 review

Batman’s been bouncing around the world looking for his son’s body that was stolen by Ra’s al Ghul. He and Frankenstein have found themselves at what was once Nanda Parbat near another…