The Man of Steel #3 review

Here’s the thing about The Man of Steel: it’s good.  Oftentimes, it’s very good.  Brian Michael Bendis’ work with Superman is enjoyable, and while he’s made quite a few changes to the…

Teen Titans Go! digital issue #56 review

It’s amazing how the simplest concepts can result in the funniest of stories.  That’s the case with the newest installment of Teen Titans Go!, which isn’t quite a top-tier narrative but it…

Deathstroke #32 review

There are good things, even very good things about Deathstroke.  The writing is consistently confident, and the visual aesthetic is pleasing and dynamic.  Truly, this is a good looking book, a visual…

Doomsday Clock #5 review

I suppose we can’t have it both ways with this series.  Last issue, I felt like the narrative came to a relative dead stop, as the story flashed backward to give us…