Batman Eternal #22 review

Kyle Higgins puts forth a super tight narrative, with no sidetracks or interruptions, featuring revealed secrets, classic Batman action, and two awesome villains!  Surely, this issue should rank right up there with the…

Batman Eternal #21 review

Pardon my French, but Alfred Pennyworth is an utter badass!  You would be forgiven for forgetting this fact as we are accustomed to seeing him do nothing more than make sandwiches and…

Batman Eternal #20 review

This story is filled with a ton of action and resolutions but at the same time something about it feels hollow.  It may just be me, but I had the feeling that…

Batman #34 review

I am aware that a lot of you are concerned about #34 and/or the End Game story line (coming up in October)  potentially ruining events from Eternal, as End Game is set…

Batman Eternal #19 review

Personally, I’ve always felt that Jason delivered his most worthwhile contribution upon dying.  His death sent ripples through the DC Universe that are still felt to this day.  While I was worried…

Batwing #34 review

When presented with a finale, there are usually two questions on people’s minds: was it a satisfying conclusion to the series as a whole? and did everything get wrapped up?  The answer…

Batman Eternal #18 review

Now this is how you write a comic book!  Full of action, humor, and thought provoking dialogue.  This isn’t the finale of an arc;  it is not a particularly important issue in…

Detective Comics #34 review

Wow…what just happened?  This story just did a 180 – or at least a 160.  This arc started with noir detective work, in a grimmy city filled with murder, drugs, and backstabbing. …

Detective Comics Annual #3 review

Brian Buccellato’s work on Detective Comics is such a breath of fresh air.  Not only has he revitalized the idea of including actual detective work in the stories but he also shies…