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.

Teen Titans #19 review

Teen Titans #19 not only concludes the arc It Ain’t Easy Being Green, but it’s also the final issue of Ben Percy’s run. Last…

Suicide Squad #40 review

It’s no secret that my opinion on Suicide Squad, as a series, hasn’t been very high as of late. I’ve found the story about…

Suicide Squad #39 review

Last month, in #38, we saw that the Captain Prohaska’s AI got hacked and the super-soldier started to wreak havoc. Then, the one who’d…

Suicide Squad #38 review

Captain Prohaska, codenamed The Wall, is a super-soldier employed by the United States government. The character was first introduced in Suicide Squad #35. This…

Suicide Squad #37 review

This issue is intended to conclude the three part arc Drain the Swamp, a story centered around Hack. The previous episode’s cliffhanger showed us…

Suicide Squad #36 review

Suicide Squad #36 is the second chapter of Drain the Swamp, a story starring Hack as the main villain. Last issue we were introduced…

Teen Titans #17 review

Teen Titans #17 is the start of a new arc entitled It Ain’t Easy Being Green. Considering that this issue picks up where the…