Dark Nights: Metal #3 review

Rock’n Roll, seedy dim lit bars, jukeboxes, and more characters throwing up the sign of the horns than you can shake a stick at. With the first two issues of Metal, we…

Batman #32 review

Did Selina say, “Yes”.  Did Selina say, “No”.  That’s probably the biggest question on everyone’s mind right now.  But before we get to that, we need to evaluate the rest of the…

Detective Comics #965 review

Detective Comics #965 is essentially a love letter to Tim Drake and I’m completely, absolutely, and utterly on board with that. I sat down and opened this issue to the very first…

Batman / The Shadow #6 review

This story no longer makes any sense.  What started out as a simple detective/thriller/noir story has devolved into super-powered inter-dimensional aliens.  Although, to be honest, I don’t have a problem with the inter-dimensional aliens/”Teachers”. …

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…