New 52 – Batwoman #25 review

After JH Williams III and W. Haden Blackman walked off the title due to editorial differences, DC had to scramble to find suitable replacements. As of last week, solicitations still had issue #25 listed as a continuation of…

Batwoman, Vol. 3: World’s Finest review

Medusa the Gorgon is revealed as the abductor of Gotham’s children. Realizing she’s in over her head, Batwoman enlists the help of someone who has experience slaying beasts of Greek mythology, Wonder Woman. Together this all new take…

New 52 – Batwoman #18 review

Talk about starting a new arc with a bang! The newest Batwoman story sees her back in Gotham and fighting none other than Mr. Freeze. How did Freeze get out of Arkham? It’s not addressed, nor is it…

Batwoman, Vol. 2: To Drown the World review

To Drown the World tried to go for the non-linear narrative but failed. It was really disorganized and with the month-long gab between each issue I simply couldn’t keep track of what was going on in the story….

Batwoman Vol. 1: Hydrology review

“Batwoman” is easily the most beautiful book in DC’s entire lineup. If you love comics more for the art than for the story then you would be a fool to not buy “Batwoman Vol. 1: Hydrology”, it’s as…

New 52 – Batwoman #9 review

Non linear stories can be amazing if they are handled properly but that’s not the case here. I think that this story could have worked and it could have even worked in a non-linear way, but Williams and…

New 52 – Batwoman #8 review

I found the best thing about this issue to be the cover. It’s a damn fine cover but everything that follows is terribly clumsy and almost unreadable. If you’ve seen my reviews for issues 6 & 7 then…