Detective Comics #981 review

The end is finally here!  Will the BatFamily be able to stop Tim and the Omacs from obliterating all crime in Gotham City as we know it, or, will we return to…

Batman #47 review

Booster Gold is stuck in a futuristic hell of his own making where everything is a twisted version of its rightful self and all the characters are crazier than loons…including Booster.  All…

Detective Comics #980 review

With the release of Detective Comics #980, we are only one issue away from the conclusion of James Tynion’s stint on Detective Comics.  Will he be able to pull off a memorable…

Batman #46 review

This week, in Batman #46, it’s more time traveling high jinks with that lovable goofball Booster Gold.  If you thought he made a mess of things in The Gift part one, just…

Detective Comics #979 review

Ulysses Hadrian Armstrong, The General, releases the entire might of Brother Eye and the Omacs against the recently shattered Batfamily.  Will they be able to put their past behind them and band…

Batman #45 review

If you want to read a really unusual issue of Batman, well, you’ve come to the right place.  However, Batman #45 isn’t so much a Batman story as it is a Booster…

Batman #44 review

It’s time to go shopping for a wedding dress with Catwoman!  But seeing as how this is Selina Kyle, I really don’t think anyone expected this process to follow the norm….and it…

Batman #43 review

Batman #41 was a creepy psychological thriller. Then, Batman #42 did a 180 and gave us silly slapstick mixed with unexplainable scenarios. With Batman #43, we’ve yet again flipped in a completely…

Detective Comics #976 review

When James Tynion IV was first announced as the new writer for Detective Comics, he made the statement that he wanted to be on the title till issue #1000.  Having said such…

Batman #42 review

Two weeks ago, in the pages of Batman, Ivy took over the entire world in order to make it a better place….and I found the opening act to “Everyone Loves Ivy” absolutely…