Casper Rudolph

When he’s not reviewing for Batman-News, Casper writes fantastical fiction with a healthy dose of horror. He’s a lifelong Batman fan, an avid comic book reader, plays the guitar, and likes to cook a mean curry.

Harleen #2 review

The first issue of Harleen is excellent, and, frankly, much better than it even needed to be. In my review I praised it for…

DCeased #6 review

And so we arrive at DCeased’s conclusion. This has been a fast-paced series, and that pacing has been a strength and a weakness. On…

Batman/Superman #3 review

Since issue #1 I have been having mixed feelings about this series. There are things that I enjoy, and then there are things that…

DCeased #5 review

Since issue #4’s cliffhanger, I have been wondering where Taylor and Hairsine are taking this story, and I can safely say that, after reading…

Harleen #1 review

I should start this review by saying that I’m a fan of Stjepan Sejic’s work. I have thoroughly enjoyed his run on Aquaman (issues…

Batman/Superman #2 review

The first issue of Batman/Superman ended with our heroes stepping in the Batman Who Laughs’ cave and encountering an infected Shazam. This second issue,…

DCeased: A Good Day To Die #1 review

Tom Taylor’s DCeased miniseries has been an equally entertaining and emotional rollercoaster ride through an apocalyptic, zombie-infested DC Universe. While the latest issue of…

Batman/Superman #1 review

Although Batman/Superman is a brand new ongoing series (previous World’s Finest series notwithstanding), it should be clear that its first arc, “Who are the Secret…