Batman #31 review

This issue is pretty straight forward and predictable, which isn’t something I’ve come to expect from King.  Even when I’ve disliked a route he has chosen to take, it’s still been fresh. …

Dark Nights: Metal #2 review

One of the biggest negatives I had while reading the first issue of Dark Nights: Metal, was the sensation that I was missing out by not having previously read all the things…

Detective Comics #964 review

Detective Comics #964 is the second and last part of the Anarky story which serves as a brief interlude between the Azrael arc and the return of TIM DRAKE!  (Tim Drake, Tim…

Batman #30 review

We’ve come to Batman #30, which is our second interlude in “The War of Jokes and Riddles” and the conclusion to “The Ballad of Kite Man”… …hell yeah. If I had to…

Bane: Conquest #5 review

Every month I open the newest issues of Bane: Conquest and I say to myself, “Please let this one be good, please let this one be good, please let this one be…

Batman / The Shadow #5 review

Batman and The Shadow are in a race with The Joker and the Stag to the mystic realm of Shamba-La.  But who will arrive first, and what are the ramifications of failure?…

Detective Comics #963 review

Lonnie Machin, how I’ve missed you. During the course of TheNew52, we have actually seen three Anarkys.  The first was in a ZeroYear tie-in that featured one of the Green Lanterns and…