Injustice 2 #10 review

We’re barrelling headlong toward the conclusion of Injustice 2 and what should be quite the cataclysmic confrontation between Batman and his “in-laws”–so say nothing of his estranged son and his zombie butler….

Harley Quinn #28 review

“Vote Harley!” We’re kicking of Harley Quinn’s mayoral candidacy in this book that’s an odd combination of a car-theft-ring bust and what’s looking to be Madison’s ultimate downfall. It’s one of those…

Batwoman #7 review

Marguerite Bennett (going solo on this installment) writes Batwoman like a fever dream. It’s disorienting, the logic is nearly impossible to follow, and you come away with a vague sense of there…

Harley Quinn #27 review

Since Harley Quinn debuted in her own new book after a controversial art contest back in 2013, Amanda Conner and Jimmy Palmiotti have written her series, spin offs including the Little Black…

Injustice 2 #9 review

Digital Firsts 17 & 18 (“Extinction”) gets us into the jungle and to the gates of Ras al Ghul’s fortress. Seriously, is there anywhere left on earth where some superhero or super-villain…

Harley Quinn #26 review

Harley Quinn is quite the commodity. You can’t even look at anything being produced with a DC logo on it and not see her pasty face. But however much some franchise fans…

Batgirl #14 review

I know a lot of people feel like Jervis Tetch is a “poor man’s Joker”, but I’ve always had a bit of a soft spot for the Mad Hatter because he’s just…

Batwoman #6 review

Too soon this book seems to be entering a sophomore slump. With its first arc behind, it’s already committing artist-of-the-month inconsistency and taking story plunges that seem too radical (at least, certainly,…

Injustice 2 #8 review

Damian just continues to cross lines that are frankly quite appalling, all the while looking more conflicted than ever, even as he’s doing it. I’m expecting Tom Taylor is setting us up…