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.

Harley Quinn #49 review

Welcome back to the Harley Quinn show; it’s the conclusion to the two part arc, Clown For Hire, and boy oh boy, it’s a…

Suicide Squad Annual #1 review

While Task Force X is preoccupied with their mission in Atlantis (see the current Sink Atlantis crossover with Aquaman), this annual takes a look at…

Harley Quinn #48 review

Harley Quinn #48 kicks off a new two-parter titled, Clown for hire, and it’s a wild ride. Not only because Harley is Harleying around,…

Aquaman #39 review

Aquaman #39 is the second chapter of Sink Atlantis, a four part crossover with Suicide Squad. We pretty much pick up where we left…

Suicide Squad #45 review

Suicide Squad #45 is the first chapter of Sink Atlantis, a four part crossover with Aquaman. I’ve been reading both titles for a while…

Harley Quinn #47 review

This issue wraps up Humphries’ first arc on the title, bringing Harley’s adventures on Apokolips to a close. As some may know, I was…

Harley Quinn #46 review

So, recently I took over review duties for this title from Elena, and the first issue I reviewed was #45. While I certainly don’t…

Suicide Squad #44 review

So far, Constriction has been a lot better than the previous Suicide Squad arcs I’ve reviewed. That’s not to say that the story so far…