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 Annual #1 review

It’s time for Batgirls to have its first annual! With more space to tell its story, and an extra issue this month, Batgirls dives…

Detective Comics #1066 review

This month we return to Detective Comics as it picks up in another movement–strain–scene? Of Gotham Overture, this time titled: Something in the Way….

Batgirls #11 review

The mystery of the Hill Ripper continues in this month’s Batgirls. Their investigation deepens as outside sources give them help and support. Additionally their…

Detective Comics #1064 review

After introducing Harvey Dent into the mystery, Ram V continues to develop his narrative here in Detective Comics #1064. This time he has new…

Batgirls #10 review

Batgirls #10 continues the girl’s investigation into the Hill Ripper and who killed their neighbor. The story feels light and fun, and keeps the…

Detective Comics #1063 review

Last month Ram V began his run on Detective Comics by plunging Batman into a strange new case involving ancient artifacts and people turning…