Justice League of America #22 review

As we left the Justice League of America a few weeks ago, Caitlin Snow, alias Killer Frost, was seemingly cured.  No longer driven by her hunger for heat, Caitlin’s skin lost its…

Cosmic Odyssey review

The DC Universe is that: a universe.  Most of the company’s most beloved characters originate from– or are at least somehow connected to– the planet Earth, yet their adventures can often take…

Superman #38 review

So yeah, I totally thought this was supposed to be the final chapter of “Super Sons of Tomorrow,” and read it accordingly.  On the one hand, I’m glad that it isn’t the…

Doomsday Clock #2 review

Midnight approaches.  The Doomsday Clock ticks on. What fate and doom will befall our heroes when the clock strikes twelve?  Can even a Superman prevail over the nigh-omnipotent power of a being…

Justice League of America #21 review

The Ray quits the Justice League of America! …kind of. Really, he’s doing some soul searching and trying to figure out his place in the world, but in doing so he is…

Nightwing: The New Order #5 review

What a wild ride this series has been.  The quality swings so wildly from issue to issue that I don’t know what I’ll think of the whole thing until it’s all over. …

Batman: Shadow of the Bat Vol. 1 review

For decades, there were two primary Batman titles: Detective Comics and Batman.  Sure, Bats and his extended family would show up in a variety of titles, such as World’s Finest, Justice League…

Super Sons #11 review

Before you read this review or, more importantly, this issue, you really need to read Superman #37.  I mean, sure, you should already be reading Superman anyway because it’s been one of…