New 52 – Batwing #21 review

I really wish DC would stop with the cover copy. Batwing #21′s cover is bad-ass and it would’ve looked a heck of a lot better without “THE WRATH OF LION-MANE!” crowding its way into the image. So we…

New 52 – Batwing #20 review

I’m going to give a brief review of issue #20 before jumping into this week’s Batwing #21 review. I think all the Batwing fans should appreciate that. Anyway, Batwing #20 is a terrific jumping-on point for this series…

New 52 – Batwing #19 review

All aboard! JUMPING ON POINT ALERT Never read an issue of Batwing before in your life? You’ll do fine here. As long as you know what Batman Inc. is and that there is a representative in Africa you’ll…

New 52 – Batwing #18 review

It’s hard to get invested in Batwing right now because I know that in the next couple months the series is getting new writers, a new artist, and there’s going to be a completely different Batwing with an…

Batwing gets a helmet, plus more comic book news

ComicBookResources had quite the exclusive yesterday with their big interview with DC Comics Editor-In-Chief and Bob Harras and Editorial Director Bobbie Chase. In the interview we learned that a few books will be getting scrapped this May and…

New 52 – Batwing #17 review

Last issue, new series writer Fabian Nicieza made great use of the world that Judd Winick had established. This issue, he builds on that world by adding a few new villains and we may even see some changes…

New 52 – Batwing #16 review

Batwing, you are reprieved. I was totally ready to cut this title from the review rotation if this week’s issue wasn’t any good. In fact, I was rather looking forward to finally being done with it and having…

New 52 – Batwing #15 review

Respect earned. It couldn’t have been easy to clean this mess up, but new writer Fabian Nicieza and fill-in artist Fabrizio Fiorentino pulled it off. Judd Winick, who was the writer on Batwing from the very beginning, jumped…

New 52 – Batwing #14 review

It may be the end of Judd Winick’s run on Batwing but it’s not the end of the Father Lost arc. Next month we’ll see Fabian Nicieza take over writing duties on this series and I’ll be sticking…