Injustice 2 #22 review

The sweeping romance of Killer Croc and the Killer Whale continues in Tom Taylor’s tale of bestia–no wait, this is Injustice 2.  Well, actually I guess the statement stands. It’s little details…

Harley Quinn #39 review

Frank Tieri continues to kitchen-sink this book full of names and faces that stretch all across the decades of Batman lore. Unfortunately reading this book is more like a Who’s Who game…

Injustice 2 #21 review

The potpourri of characters and situations in this week’s Injustice 2 is a testament to Tom Taylor’s ability to juggle his sizable (and ever-growing) cast and their many intricate motivations, actions, and…

‘Gotham by Gaslight’ Blu-ray review

What’s not to love in this film? It’s got my favorite hussy-hacker, Jack the Ripper, it takes place in my favorite historical period featuring Batman in a sorta pseudo-Victorian getup, and Gotham’s…

Batgirl #20 review

Shots are fired!  Hope Larson gives us a solid issue in which Batgirl struggles to solve a technological mystery while also facing a failure of her recent past in a book more…

Injustice 2 #20 review

Tom Taylor plays with the lives of the Injustice characters like a cruel and merciless god who occasionally has a good day and decides to do something kind for a change. So…

Harley Quinn #38 review

The “Angry Bird” arc continues, but this time without much in the way of actual angry birds.  We know that Oswald Cobblepot is still pulling the strings from behind the scenes, but…

Injustice 2 #19 review

Tom Taylor likes to play with our emotions. We know this. He’s killed off untold favorites since the dawn of Injustice: ripping our hearts out with every distress-filled death since Lois Lane…

Harley Quinn #37 review

The title of this week’s Harley Quinn is “Angry Bird”, which certainly refers to the important and well-known villainous bird on the cover in particular, but preliminary to anything else about this…

Harley Quinn #36 review

Last we saw Harley she was going through an emotional transition period following the death of Mason, leading to a literal transition into a screeching Harley-Bat thanks to Francine Langstrom’s bat serum…