Nightwing: The New Order #4 review

Well, last issue was pretty good, right? After the slow moving debut issue, Nightwing: The New Order took its time getting anywhere interesting.  The second issue was even slower than the first,…

Doomsday Clock #1 spoiler-free review

It’s one of comics’ biggest mysteries, as well as one of the biggest “holy crap” moments to come along in years: the characters of Watchmen are coming to the DC Universe. Once…

Batman vs. Two-Face review

Never did I think that a Sixties Batman-inspired cartoon would nearly bring me to tears, but here we are. Last year’s Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders was a runaway success.  It…

Batman and the Outsiders Vol. 1 review

Batman always works alone… except for those times that he doesn’t.  This is one of those times. Immediately after another one of those times. Point being, Batman is often portrayed as a…

Teen Titans Go! digital issue #49 review

I… really don’t know what to do with this one. On the one hand, it’s a holiday season story that focuses on Chanukah, which is interesting.  You don’t get too many of…

Nightwing #32 review

Dick Grayson and Raptor go head to head in a battle of wits and words in Nightwing #32, trading rooftops for the glitz and glamour of a casino. This is a dialogue-heavy…