Injustice: Year Three #3 review

Print issue No. 3 collects the Digital Firsts 5 & 6, “The Coin” and “Xanadu”. If you’re still fencing-sitting about Injustice, this isn’t the place to jump in (start with Year Three…

Harley Quinn Annual #1 review

Harley Quinn gets her first annual and she’s going to spend it inviting you to huff her pages in this oversized issue titled “Scratch & Snuff”.  This time around Harley is on…

Arkham Manor #1 review

An all-new Bat-series spinning off the events of Batman Eternal! Do you hop on board this crazy train or stay safely in the station and watch it pull away? Only you can…

Harley Quinn #11 review

Before last month’s interruption of the Futures End tie-in, we left Harley on the beach with the meteoric arrival of Power Girl, having been knocked to Earth from another galaxy in issue…

Injustice: Year Three #2 review

Print issue No. 2 collects the Digital Firsts 1 & 2, “Gathering Forces” and “Spirit of Vengeance”. Constantine has collected his world’s greatest detectives and the Resistance reconvenes at the home of…

Batgirl #35 review

The title of this book is “Burned” and I guess the $20,000 question is: will you get burned if you buy it? Let’s face it, we’re all bringing a lot of expectations…

Injustice: Year Three #1 review

Print issue No. 1 collects the Digital Firsts 1 & 2, “Rose” and “Magic”. Enter John Constantine, without whom the whole landscape of comics might look very different today. I don’t think…

Injustice: Year Two Annual #1 review

What I like best about annuals is that they are an opportunity to tell stories that can enhance, build on, or deviate completely from the current continuity. In a way you’re getting…

Harley Quinn: Futures End #1 review

You know you’re in for something really special on seeing the title page with “Crappily Ever After” rendered in nicely poo-shaped lettering. Harley Quinn always keeps it classy! On reading this, I…