Injustice 2 #28 review

“Rage on Harring” brings my tenure on the Injustice series to a close after five years. And what a wild ride it’s been. I have loved every moment of reading and writing…

Harley Quinn #44 review

“One of My Turns” concludes its two-part story, with Christopher Sebela wrapping up Harley’s adventures in the underground pitching battles between The Reaper and Professor Pyg. Next stop for Harley is Apokolips,…

Detective Comics #982 review

This may be Michael Moreci’s first venture into writing Batman, but he’s no stranger to DC, having contributed previously to both the Wonder Woman and Nightwing titles. “The Cursing of Gotham City”…

Injustice 2 #27 review

And now for something completely different. Hal Jordan has been convicted of crimes under the influence of the yellow ring and sentenced to the penal colony on Harring to do back-breaking labor…

Harley Quinn #43 review

This month Christopher Sebela takes Harley through her paces in part one of a new tale titled “One of My Turns”. This book is bridging the gap before new series writer Sam…

Batgirl #23 review

The “Strange Loop” closes out this era of Batgirl with slightly more whimper than bang, but this was nevertheless a satisfying conclusion (both to the loop itself, and in preparation for the…

Harley Loves Joker #2 review

Two weeks ago, I kvetched a bit that Paul Dini and Bret Blevins spent an awful lot of time playing catch-up from the Harley Loves Joker fill-in, as well as cramming in…

Harley Loves Joker #1 review

Back in August of 2017, Paul Dini and Bret Blevins concluded a nine-issue backup story in the regular Harley Quinn comic series, but the story didn’t actually end! And now at last,…

Batgirl #22 review

With a title like “Strange Loop” I can only hope that writer Hope Larson isn’t planning to Ground Hog day us with this closing arc on Batgirl.  So far the signs are…