JLA/ Doom Patrol Special #1 review

So yeah, Doom Patrol.  That book is bonkers.  How bonkers is it?  Grant Morrison used to write it, that’s how bonkers. It’s a team with members like a robot man named Robotman…

Doomsday Clock #3 review

A funny thing happened early on in this issue of Doomsday Clock: I started buying into it.  Now, this series has been pretty entertaining since day one, but I’ve still kept it…

Justice League of America #23 review

I’m going to be real here: Steve Orlando has been teasing that this arc will do things no other DC Comic has ever done before, so that got me thinking about what…

Nightwing: The New Order #6 review

Dick Grayson just wanted to save the world. To a degree, he did: by robbing the world’s superpowered beings of their abilities, he prevented the inevitable collateral damage that would result from…

Super Sons #12 review

At long last, the “Super Sons of Tomorrow” arc has come to an end.  Of the five installments, this is the best, though that’s unfortunately faint praise.  Like too many crossovers in…