New 52 – Detective Comics #23 review

“Bat and Mouse” by John Layman and Jason Fabok is another fine chapter in what’s shaping up to be a really solid arc, but there were a few hiccups. These hiccups include a panel in which the letterer…

New 52 – Detective Comics Annual #2 review

Unlike today’s Batman Annual, Detective Comics Annual features not one but three short yet interconnected stories. And while Batman Annual started out as being from the perspective of a supporting character but quickly switched back to Batman, Detective…

New 52 – Detective Comics #22 review

It turns out I was saving the best for last and didn’t even know it! “Targeting The Shield,” marks the first chapter of an all new 3-part arc (I’m very happy to see a short arc for a…

New 52 – Detective Comics #21 review

“Shadows and Ghosts” is an alright issue, but nothing you necessarily need to rush out and grab unless you’re a particularly big fan of Harper Row. It’s merely a brief stand-alone issue that comes before the upcoming Wraith…

New 52 – Detective Comics #20 review

A fine epilogue and back-up story saved what was otherwise a disappointing climax to an 8 issue arc. After all that buildup I really felt like this story stumbled toward the finish line. Issue #20 opens with Ogilvy’s…

Detective Comics, Vol. 2: Scare Tactics review

Have you ever met someone that was incredibly attractive and seemed to embody everything you’re looking for in a person, but as soon as they opened their mouth to speak you lost all interest? That’s Detective Comics, Vol.2:…

New 52 – Detective Comics #19 review

You probably saw the $7.99 price tag and thought “I better check on the reviews first.” Well, it’s good. It’s a fun read and absolutely worth buying if you’ve been keeping up with Laymnan and Fabok’s run from…