Justice League of America #28 review

Imagine you’re a kid again.  Nine, maybe ten years old.  You and your best friends are in the back yard, playing with your sweet Justice League of America action figures.  Mostly the…

Teen Titans Go! digital issue #54 review

Look, comedy is incredibly subjective.  One person may laugh uncontrollably at a joke while another is left wondering why anybody would find it even remotely funny.  Not every joke will make everyone…

Deathstroke #30 review

This was a surprise. Not to slight the concept, but when a “Deathstroke vs. Batman” series was announced I thought it was going to be much more straightforward than the end product…

Justice League of America #27 review

There are scenes in this week’s Justice League of America that have some of the most visually engaging  artwork I’ve seen on this title to date.  Using repeated panels to evoke a…

Doomsday Clock #4 review

Maybe this is on me, but I just was not engaged. It’s strange to say that, because I’ve enjoyed reading Doomsday Clock so far.  More than that, I enjoy writing about it,…