Justice League #20 brought us an interesting—if undercooked—take on the Groundhog Day concept. I still have little hope for the series with its current team, but it was nice to have a break from the especially bad issues of late.

The mystery of “The Button” continued in Batman #22, and if nothing else, I really enjoyed another book full of Jason Fabok. Superman and Injustice round out my favorites from DC this week, but I’ve also got to plug Black Bolt #1—one of the better ideas I’ve read from the House of Ideas in some time. If you’ve never dipped your toes in the Marvel pond, give it a look—it’s hard to be cooler than a guy who can bring down mountains with a shout.

Bane: Conquest #1

Art by Graham Nolan and Gregory Wright

So there is plenty for Bane to do, and lots for us to see, but ultimately I just don’t care about this journey he is going on because no time was spent establishing Bane’s motivation or why I should care about him.

– Brandon (read the full review)

Batman #22

Art by Jason Fabok and Brad Anderson

And that’s really my biggest take away from this issue. Cool and poignant, but ultimately irrelevant.

– Brandon (read the full review)

Harley Quinn #19

Art by Amanda Conner and Alex Sinclair

This book just knocks all your teeth right outta your mouth, your feet right outta of your socks, your brains right outta–well, you get the point.

– Elena (read the full review)

Injustice 2 #1

Art by Bruno Redondo and Alejandro Sanchez

Yes, Superman prattles on a bit to orient the new reader as to what has brought us to this state, but really, we’re left with as many questions as answers.

– Elena (read the full review)

Justice League #20

Art by Bryan Hitch and Alex Sinclair

Jessica Cruz is dead! The Flash is not fast enough to save his friend, and a madman with a doomsday weapon threatens to wipe out everything. Jessica Cruz is dead! The Flash is not fast enough to save his friend, and a madman with a doomsday weapon threatens to wipe out everything. Jessica Cruz is dead! The Flash is not fast enough to save his friend, and a madman with a doomsday weapon threatens to wipe out everything. Jessica Cruz is dead! The Flash is not fast enough to save his friend, and a madman with a doomsday weapon threatens to wipe out everything.

– Brian (read the full review)

Nightwing #20

Art by Casey Jones and Hi-Fi

It’s a fitting end to the arc, closing a few doors and opening up a host of new possibilities.

– Jay (read the full review)