Sensation Comics #1 review

If you like Wonder Woman, you’re probably super-excited about her new ground-breaking Digital First series (available as a floppy on the heels of its electronic release like other Digital First titles). Similar…

Harley Quinn #9 review

Issue No. 9: “Some Nerd Rage with your Birdcage?” explores what happens when Harley incites yet another riot in the performance space of her own building and is subsequently arrested by a…

Batgirl #34 review

After providing the voice and adventures for Batgirl since the advent of the New 52, Gail Simone officially ends her tenure with Batgirl with an issue titled (interestingly) “Crash and Burn”. It’s…

Injustice: Year Two #9 review

Print issue No. 9 collects the Digital Firsts 17 & 18, “Absolute Freaking Carnage” and “Ground Assault” all wrapped up in a gloriously simple, yet awesomely ominous cover by Stéphane Roux. Tom…

Harley Quinn #8 review

In for a penny, in for a pound: if you’re going to pick up Harley Quinn, you know it’s going to be violent and you know it’s going to play up the gross-out factor. This week’s issue…

Secret Origins #4 review

Featuring Origin Stories for Harley Quinn and Robin / Damian Wayne I was super-excited to see both Harley Quinn and Damian Wayne featured in this issue and it doesn’t disappoint! While there’s…

Injustice: Year Two #8 review

Print issue No. 8 collects the Digital Firsts 15 & 16, “War is Coming” and “One Day More”. It’s seven months later: Black Canary has given birth to a boy she has…

Batgirl #33 review

Well okay now! This is more like it! “Enemies and Allies” is part two of a new arc focusing on Batgirl’s attempt to wrangle Knightfall down like an obstreperous calf in the…