Justice League: Futures End #1 review

We take a break from our delayed Justice League series to answer the call of Futures End month. Here, Jeff Lemire (co-writer of Futures End) takes us on a far-out and heady journey five years into the future….

Justice League #33 review

Justice League comes to us delayed for a couple issues, but it’s nonetheless here. Do you remember what’s going on with the new Power Ring? Jessica Cruz was chosen by Power Ring to…

Justice League #32 review

The solicitations lead you to believe, among other things, that more will happen between Bruce and Lex this issue. The great cover by Ivan Reis is terrific imagery for the Lex/Bruce situation…

Justice League #31 review

I’m absolutely pumped about this issue. After having read Futures End #8 earlier today this comic is a welcomed breath of fresh air. There are multiple narratives in this installment and each one made…

Justice League #30 review

Forever Evil has ended. Lex saved the day. Not much is back to normal. In this issue entitled Injustice League Chapter One: Kicking Down Doors, Geoff Johns takes a step back from…

Batman/Superman, Vol. 1: Cross World review

The Superman/Batman series has been relaunched for the New 52, but with Batman’s name first and an opening storyline that explores the DC Multiverse. “Cross World” rewinds the clock to an adversarial…

New 52 – Justice League #29 review

The delay certainly hurt momentum, but Justice League #29 is a great issue for Cyborg and The Metal Men. Personally, I would love to see a “Cyborg & The Metal Men” comic…

Justice League, Vol. 4: The Grid review

The current wave of Justice League graphic novels are a bit muddled because their issues intermingled during a crossover event called Trinity War and as a result JLA Volume 1, Justice League…

Justice League: Trinity War review

It was an event that had been in the making since the very launch of the New 52. In September 2011, every #1 debut issue of DC’s relaunch featured a Where’s Waldo-esque…

New 52 – Justice League #28 review

The cover shows The Metal Men and that’s precisely what you get when you open up Justice League #28. Yes, Cyborg shows up briefly to ask “Who are the Metal Men?” and…