Matina Newsom

Matina Newsom was once seen running across a crosswalk with a plastic sword held high yelling “For Narnia!” for no reason but the fun of it. Nowadays you can find her cosplaying her favorite heroes, spending too much time at her LCS, or hunkered down at a coffee shop attempting to write a novel. For a day job, she works a library and helps people find all kinds of treasures, figure out how the printer works, and locate the best nook to study in for upcoming exams.

Matina Newsom

Batgirls #9 review

Batgirls continues this month with it’s more focused narrative, aiming it’s story at just a few elements rather than trying to tackle everything and…

Batman: Killing Time #6 review

This month, Tom King’s latest mini-series wraps up with issue #6 of Batman: Killing Time. With last month’s reveal of Clock King stepping in…

Robin #16 review

After Shadow War and the last issue brought Damian back together with both his parents, he’s pushing forward into his own path in life…

Batgirls #8 review

After dropping Seer off at their door, and promising to help her the Batgirls finish making good on that agreement this month as they…

The Joker #15 review

After a one month break The Joker is back to wrap up the series with its final issue. We left off last time with…

Robin #15 review

With the Shadow War done and wrapped, Damian has found himself reunited with his parents, and back in Gotham. Now that he’s patched things…

Detective Comics #1061 review

Over the past two issues of this arc we’ve seen the Riddler weave riddles over the airwaves and Gotham citizens committing crimes without a…

Batgirls #7 review

Now that Batgirls has wrapped up its first arc, the story is moving forward at a steady pace into its next one. Last issue…