Injustice 2 #13 review

In this issue (Digital Firsts 25 & 26 “Beyond Kahndaq”) Tom Taylor reminds us that Superman’s cousin Kara has been crashing at Black Adam’s pad after literally crashing to Earth some decades…

Batgirl #16 review

Hope Larson pushes her Batgirl and Nightwing team up into a new level of mystery as “Summer of Lies” hits its third installment. We’re still on the trail of the elusive Ainsley,…

DC House of Horror #1 review

Group Editor Marie Javins, Associate Editor Jessica Chen, and “Creepy Uncle” Joey Cavalieri put a book together by essentially throwing an eye of newt and tongue of frog into a giant inky…

Harley Quinn #30 review

It’s no secret how much I dislike the character of Mason Macabre. I cheered when he was originally written out into the witness protection program, groaned when Harley Sinn caught up to…

Batwoman #8 review

Marguerite Bennett’s Batwoman fever dream not only continues, but takes it up a notch. With the Scarecrow fully working his chemicals on an imprisoned Kate, we see her disturbing memories of the…

Batman: The Drowned #1 review

Here’s a universal tip for writers: reconsider whether you should start your narrative by suggesting that your story is one that “should never be” because invariably there will be people in your…

Injustice 2 #12 review

Today in As the Injustice 2 World Turns: will the family drama between Batman and his children be resolved? Can Alfred negotiate between father and son? And what shocking revelations will be…

Injustice 2 #11 review

Conner and his parents (Green Arrow and Black Canary) are reunited! Wildcat may actually survive his encounter with EvilBats! Harley Quinn changes sides (again)! And Damian gets a haircut! The most exciting…

Harley Quinn #29 review

Welcome to “Debates and Delusions” wherein Harley Quinn takes on the other mayoral candidates after huffing fear toxin compliments of Scarecrow himself. If that sounds like the kind of deranged thing you’d…