Batgirl #15 review

“Summer of Lies” continues as Batgirl and Nightwing deepen their investigation into ex-colleague Ainsley’s potential vendetta (using nano-technology and possibly the Wonderland Gang to further aims we still have yet to fully…

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…