Dark Nights: The Batman Who Laughs #1 review

It’s no secret that I don’t love the whole “Metal” event we’re having, but this book was a surprisingly not-terrible read. Even better than not-terrible, it was actually pretty great!  While it…

Dark Nights: Batman: Lost #1 review

I’m just going to cut to the chase here: Do you like Scott Snyder? Are you enjoying the Dark Multiverse and prior Metal tie-ins?  Then you will love this as well! So…

Harley Quinn #31 review

I guess it feels like it might be a little bit in poor taste to celebrate the outcome of this comic even though I have been begging for it for what feels…

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…