Exclusive Preview: Batwing #34

While Luke Fox will return for a one-shot issue during September’s special Futures End month (complete with 3D motion cover), this Wednesday’s Batwing #34 will be the last installment of the Batwing series…

Batwing #31 review

Come for the fight but stay for the family drama.  While 3/4 of this issue is dedicated to a no-holds-barred fight scene of epic proportions, I actually found myself drawn more to…

New 52 – Batwing #30 review

The cover reads “SOARING TO NEW HEIGHTS… BUT FOR HOW LONG?” and that pretty much sums up how I feel about the Batwing title right now. It’s been good and getting even better ever…

New 52 – Batwing #29 review

Remember when the new creative team had Luke Fox getting in adventures in Italy and other locations around the globe while occasionally coming home to confront re-invented C-list baddies like Ratcatcher and…

New 52 – Batwing #28 review

Whose idea was it to change the colors on this cover? The dark blue drowns out the metallic grey of Batwing’s armor. The covers of Batwing have been phenomenal lately and I…

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…

New 52 – Batwing #27 review

NOTE: For a better reading experience, check out Detective Comics #27 BEFORE reading this issue or this review! Luke Fox is back from Rome and Gotham is looking quite different. Everything is…

New 52 – Batwing #26 review

Under the alias of “Duke Turner,” Luke Fox travels to Italy to find Italian crime lord, Charlie Caligula, who is hosting a one of a kind fighting tournament. If you love stories…

New 52 – Batwing #25 review

A young hero-in-the-making is the one and only friend of a victim of constant bullying until one day something fantastic happens to the abused boy and he is given extraordinary power. However,…